Many poker players of more modest means hesitate to make a trip out to the WSOP as they feel under-rolled. In this article, we aim to show that even a four-figure bankroll gives you ample opportunity to compete at the World Series of Poker and have a great time.
Especially as this summer will mark the 50th annual WSOP, it makes for a great time to take a shot and head out to Las Vegas.
The 2019 incarnation of the World Series of Poker is set to be an incredible festival, as the 50th annual running of poker’s greatest event is celebrated.
In this article, we take a look at some of the highlights we can expect over the course of this upcoming summer.
While many poker players use the Christmas season to have some downtime after a year of grinding, the fact is that this “most wonderful time of the year” can be the best time to be grinding at the felt.
This article lists 5 reasons you should consider playing poker on Christmas. Whether you’re a recreational poker player or a professional, there’s no doubt that the holiday atmosphere at the felt during Christmas is something that simply cannot be reproduced at any other time of year.
When weighing the idea of setting out to try and make a career out of being a professional poker player, it’s important to consider both the pros and cons of opting to do so.
The dream of living wherever you want, not having to report to a boss, and potentially winning millions needs to also be grounded in the reality that you’ll have to put in a lot of time and effort in order to make it as a successful professional player.
With so many variants and formats of poker to consider, you need to take the time to properly assess how successful you can be at each one if you intend to become a professional making a living from the game.
This article lists seven factors you must be sure to consider when choosing which variants and poker formats to play.
Online poker players need to manage their expectations when playing live poker for the first time. The games may be similar, but there are certainly some big differences.
In this article, Grzegorz Bochniak lists a number of areas in which online poker players would be wise to manage their expectations when transitioning to live poker for the first time. Some helpful tips and advice in here.