Meeting poker celebs, playing in WSOP events, poker trips to Vegas… all of that sounds like a dream life (or bucket list items) to the typical home game poker hero. If and when you’re fortunate enough to have a chance to experience any of those, it’s a pretty big deal!
Check out our list of big-time events for home game players and let us know if you feel we ought to add any more!
While we all love poker here at Cardplayer Lifestyle, we also realize that general casino gaming is the preferred choice of many who like to gamble. Much as we wish poker was more popular, casino games seem to hold the trump cards.
Here, then, is a list of seven reasons why casino gaming will always be more popular than poker. If you disagree, let us know!
If you’ve ever run in poker circles, you’ve likely heard an Allen Kessler min-cash joke. All kidding aside, however, he’s a damn fine poker player.
James Guill has compiled a list of seven great reasons why poker players ought to aspire to be more like Allen Kessler. Check ’em out!
The Poker Hall of Fame continues to be a source of limitless debate in the poker community. Everything from the list of annual nominees to the ceremony (or lack thereof) is fair game, as James Guill tackles ways in which the Poker Hall of Fame ought to be changed.
See what you think of his seven suggestions. If you agree, show your support by spreading the word!
The WSOP has released it’s list of 10 finalist nominees for the 2017 class of the Poker Hall of Fame. While all of them are deserving of induction, the only lock is Phil Ivey. As for the others, it’s anyone’s guess.
This op-ed analyzes the list of the nine other nominees and picks apart which of them are most likely to get nominated. Dave DevilFish Ulliot is perhaps the most deserving player, but he might get “snubbed” by a deserving nominee from the builder category, like Mori Eskandani.
With debate once again raging about how the World Series of Poker Player of the Year formula is messed up, James Guill latched on to two-time WSOP POY Daniel Negreanu’s proposals for changes and tweaks them to reflect a more balanced point distribution mechanism.
Do you think James’ proposals would work? Have a look and have your say in the comments section.