Home games are the epitome of grassroots love for the game. Good times, a fun environment, and right in your own backyard (or living room, basement, etc.) What better venue than a home poker game to invite women to in order to try and bring more ladies to the game?
There are plenty of great reasons to invite women to your next home poker game. Here’s a list of the top five we came up with.
To celebrate Cardplayer Lifestyle’s ninth anniversary, we held a contest asking our readers to submit their best poker stories. From among the entries, the top three were selected as giveaway prize winners.
This post features the winning stories, from C.P., Peter Jones, and Keith Woernle. Hope you enjoy reading their poker stories as much as we did.
With so many high-quality poker courses our there, it’s sometimes tough to know what distinguishes one training product from another. Red Chip Poker has taken a fascinating approach with their CORE offering, namely that they modeled it after the instruction style given by higher education institutions.
Costing just $5 a week, signing up for Red Chip Poker’s CORE program is practically a no brainer for any poker player looking to improve their game and enhance their skills at the felt.
The iNinja Poker Tour, now owned by Chris Wallace, has announced the date and location for their first event, Diamond Jo Casino in Northwoods, Iowa.
The event, slated for December 15, 2018, is unique in that it’s a Resurrection Tournament. More information on what that means in this press release.
When someone’s just getting into poker, they need appropriate articles and study materials. Here’s another article for poker beginners, with tips about dealing with emotions, the importance of maintaining stamina, and game selection at the tables.
After Israelis notched a slew of impressive performances at the 2018 WSOP Europe, the eyes of the poker world turned to the Holy Land, wondering what the secret is behind the success of Israeli poker players.
A major component in the overall skill increase in Israeli poker players can be attributed to the existence of the Israel Poker Academy (IPA). In this interview, we speak with the institution’s co-founder Stas Tishkevich. Stas fills us in on the details of his own poker career, how the IPA was founded, and how it has developed into a one-of-a-kind poker school over the last five years.