Online poker and gambling in general is the rare industry that actually saw growth and benefitted during the pandemic.
Californians love poker, but that doesn’t mean that all forms of poker are legal in the Golden State. In this article we briefly outline the different types of poker that Californians can and cannot play, from home games to online, and more.
Pokercoaching.com founder Jonathan Little is giving away a $5,000 seat to compete against him in a sit-n-go on Season 13 of Poker After Dark.
Details for how to enter can be found in this article, along with more information about the current season of Poker After Dark and the poker training materials available at Pokercoaching.com.
Above the Felt has just launched as a new poker marketing agency dedicated to bringing the excitement of the game to the corporate world. Featuring a stable of accomplished poker pros including Chris Moneymaker, Matt Berkey, Darren Elias, and Jamie Kerstetter, the agency – headed by Tom Wheaton – is all set to make waves.
The Festival is set to launch the first ever live poker-casino-sports betting hybrid event series this summer, from June 7-13, in Tallinn, Estonia.
Founded by Martin Franke von Zweigbergk, The Festival promises to offer tons of great poker and gambling fun along with loads of parties and destination activities making it a vacation for players and their significant others.
With Michigan just having legalized online poker, it’s important to be able to sort through all the different online poker options available such that you can ensure you’re playing at a reputable site that caters to your preferences as a poker player.
Here’s a primer on what to be on the lookout for when deciding to play real money online poker in Michigan.