Over its short few years of existence, Run It Up Reno has become synonymous with fun times, great poker, and enjoyable experiences at an away from the felt.
With Run It Up Reno VIII set to take place soon, from April 12-22, Geoff Fisk spoke with the brands founder, Jason Somerville, to discuss what makes his live events so special and beloved among members of the poker community.
With the PCA just concluded and the WSOP far off in the distant summer, many poker players are on the hunt for action during the first half of 2019.
There are plenty of great live poker festivals out there to help you scratch the itch during this winter and upcoming spring, and we’ve listed 7 of the top ones you should consider attending.
If you’re a poker fan, you’d undoubtedly agree that 2018 was a great year. The calendar year was packed with highlights almost too numerous to list.
With so many great players, moments, and developments in the poker world, it was tough to limit a recap to just the top 10 things that were good for poker, but that’s what Geoff Fisk has done in this list.
While the U.S. online poker market can’t rebound as quickly as it was shut down on Black Friday back in 2011, a number of positive steps have been taken over the past few years. There are many reasons to be optimistic about the future of U.S. online poker, so here’s a list of five of the best ones, from Geoff Fisk.
If you’re familiar with the poker world at all, it’s easy to get a sense of who the most popular players are at any given time. For hard stats to back up player popularity, however, you’ve got to look to the Hendon Mob.
As poker fans the world over love looking up the stats of their favorite players, it’s easy to determine which poker pros are currently the most popular and which have enjoyed longstanding popularity for years. Here’s an in-depth look at the Hendon Mob’s poker player popularity charts.
New to the market, Blind Valet was developed in order to assist with the organization of poker home game tournaments and leagues. It’s many useful features enable anyone to run and organize tournaments – both large and small. Time-saving and solving all manner of tournament registration and facilitation logistics with ease, it takes all the stress and work out of making tournaments happen for your league or home game crowd. Thus, even the tournament organizer can just take it easy and focus on playing; everything else as far as running the show is all taken care of.
Here’s our review of Blind Valet, which comes in four pricing tiers that offer all manner of additional functionalities. A poker night and poker league is only as good as it’s organization. This product ensures top-notch organization each and every time.