The story of John Henry battling it out vs. a rail driving machine is a well known legend. Recently, WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace got to wondering how the story would sound if the tale were adopted to the poker felt.
With that in mind, he came up with this fun creative writing story. We hope you enjoy it.
Christmas is traditionally the time for wishing big things of Santa, and poker players are no exception. iNinja Poker co-owner and WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace has big poker dreams and really wishes they’d come true.
Read on to learn what he wished for and perhaps you’ll discover a way to help make his poker dreams come true.
Proper tax planning is a must for any professional poker player. Without it, you may be costing yourself huge sums of money. If poker is your profession, there’s plenty of work you’ve got to put in that isn’t even connected to poker play. We’re talking about understanding the tax implications – including expenses and mortgage eligibility – that come with the territory.
As the year draws to a close, poker pro and WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace has put together a primer on what it takes for a poker player to conduct themselves professionally, as far as taxes, recording income and expenses, etc. is concerned.
There are a number of reasons why a poker player might wish to be backed rather than play with his or her own bankroll. It’s important to enter into backing agreements with full knowledge of what they entail and what they mean for both the backer and the player.
In this guide you’ll learn about different kinds of backing deals as well as the factors that can help you make the decision as to whether they’re a good fit for you in the first place.
If you’re fortunate enough to notch a big score playing poker, you owe it to yourself to do everything in your power to protect your newfound wealth. There are plenty of things you shouldn’t do, but also plenty of actions you ought to take.
WSOP bracelet winner Chris “Fox” Wallace has had a few big scores over his career and has some valuable advice to those fortunate enough to score big wins of their own.
Selling action is commonplace in the poker world. Both among professional and recreational players, it’s not unusual to offer backers pieces or your action. When you sell action, you don’t assume as much risk, but still get the experience of playing in big events as well as the chance to score in bigger prize pools.
With that said, there’s a LOT you need to know about selling action, including everything from treating your backers properly to how to deal with tax implications of winning when you’ve got investors. Take a good look at this comprehensive guide about selling action and be sure to follow the guidelines if you ever decide to sell some of your own.