In this op-ed by WSOP bracelet winner and iNinja Poker Tour co-owner Chris Wallace, he explains why the Venetian running a “$150,000 total prize pool” tournament is bad for players, bad for the poker room, and bad for poker in general.
Do you feel that you’re constantly losing in low stakes tournaments to inferior poker players? You’re not alone! Many people feel this way. But what can you do about it?
In this article, professional poker player Chris Wallace gives his tips for how to consistently make money and win at low stakes poker tournaments.
If over a decade’s worth of experiences at the felt have taught Chris Wallace anything, it’s that fame is fleeting and money comes and goes, but relationships can be built to last.
In this article, Chris illustrates that it’s the people you meet along the way as you take your poker journey that make the experiences so enjoyable and worthwhile.
The lifestyle of a Las Vegas-based cash game grinder is certainly a unique an interesting one. In the quest to get a better understanding of this lifestyle, WSOP bracelet winner Chris “Fox” Wallace sat down with one for an interview.
“Grinder X” (who wished to remain anonymous) taught Chris a number of lessons, and he was able to walk away with some insightful takeaways… some of which may surprise you.
Zach Gensler doesn’t have a WPT title, WSOP bracelet, or impressive Hendon Mob profile to his name, but he loves the game of poker and wants to go down as part of the game’s history.
In June he will be attempting to break Phil Laak’s Guinness World Record for longest continuous poker session by playing cash games for 120 hours straight.
The iNinja Poker Tour just wrapped up its latest stop at the Atlantis Casino in Reno. Through 10 days of event festivities, players had a blast!
Rather than a standard, run-of-the-mill recap, iNinja does things a bit differently. Tour co-owner Chris Wallace put this fun article together to illustrate what the event’s festivities were like, highlighting some of the great people and personalities that made it a tour stop to remember.