Debuting to much fanfare in the poker community, POKERithm incorporates the concepts of duplicate poker and league play into an entertaining live stream with commentary by expert players.
We interviewed POKERithm founder Matt Waxman to learn more about his new, innovative venture.
It’s a no-brainer that Antonio Esfandiari will some day be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Do his numerous accolades at the felt, however, warrant him consideration in the discussion of players who are unquestionably all-time greats? We examine that question, and Antonio’s career, in this post.
With 2020 consigned to the dustbin of history, many people are happy to say “good riddance.” Notwithstanding all the bad that happened last year, there was good, too.
Here, direct from the poker community, are some great, heartwarming stories from 2020. They’re bound to give you hope for a bright future and imbue you with positivity.
The pandemic has been a time of darkness, but thankfully poker and the poker community have been my saving grace. Here are 7 ways in which I’ve been able to survive the pandemic thanks to the poker community.
In this post we review Texas Hold’em Questions’ poker bluffing course. Offering good value for the £199 sticker price (10% discount using code CPL), this course makes for a good investment for serious poker players looking to improve on this particular skill.
Some holiday traditions are truly beautiful, none more so than glorious customs of giving. For the tenth straight year, Bernard Lee and his family have put together and distributed personalized gift packages to families in their local area of Boston affected by homelessness.
Reading about the efforts of this great poker player and generous-spirited human being will warm your hearts, and perhaps inspire you to spread some holiday cheer of your own to those less fortunate.