Veteran poker writer Jennifer Newell reviews Amanda Botfeld’s A Girl’s Guide to Poker. A fabulous book, solidly formatted that equips a beginner with everything needed to head out to their local brick and mortar poker room. A great read for men and women alike!
For women, one of the most exciting times on the annual poker calendar is Ladies Week. Set to take place over the coming days, there’s a whole slew of great events that will be taking place, highlighted, of course, by the WSOP’s Ladies Championship.
Here’s our list of the top seven must-attend events during Ladies Week in Las Vegas. We hope you can make it.
It’s not strange to see poker players placing sports bets. As a matter of fact, it’s quite common. Land-based casinos even situate poker rooms and sports books next to one another quite often.
If you’re a poker player who has never tried betting on sports before, it pays to keep your wits about you. Here then, are seven tips that poker players should keep in mind prior to placing your first sports bets.
Poker fans and enthusiasts the world over have no doubt heard of Chris Bjorin. The nearly-70-year-old player is thought to be Sweden’s godfather of poker.
In this player profile, we dive into the highlights of Bjorin’s poker career and explore why he continues to be a worthy future inductee to the Poker Hall of Fame.
With 2017 upon us, the time is ripe to see if we can predict what the poker world has in store for us in the New Year.
With everyone from Phil Ivey to Phil Galfond having the potential to make moves, and online poker mergers, liquidity, and legalization discussions always buzzing, here’s what one poker writer thinks is likely to happen in the coming year.
The inaugural American Poker Awards ceremony was a resounding success. The categories of awards being given out in this second year have been altered somewhat, but it seems that perhaps a few more ought to have been added in order to recognize more people who contribute to the growth and promotion of poker. This op-ed piece suggests the categories of awards that seem to be missing from this year. There’s also a creative suggestion that perhaps might be adopted for the future.