Ever since the debut of the original AI poker bot (called Orac) back in the early 1980s, developers have continued making strides forward with artificial intelligence poker software.
The infographic presented here, along with an explanatory article, contains some fascinating information about artificial intelligence in general and poker’s affiliation with AI in particular. Certainly worth checking out!
While on vacation in the U.S. this summer, more than once I found myself wishing I could go and play poker at the nearby land-based casinos. With that said, my trip was meant to be a family vacation, with “poker nights” at the bottom of my priority list.
Still, for a guy who founded the Cardplayer Lifestyle blog, you’d think he’d find the right time and place to carve out a poker session or two, right? Here’s a story that I’m sure many poker lovers out there can identify with.
While the tried and true method of improving at poker usually involves playing a lot and learning from each session, as well as hitting the books and reading up on proper poker theory, playing other games can be beneficial as well.
Chess, blackjack, and even eSports can help you hone the skills necessary for winning at the poker tables. Want to learn more? Read this article.
Hang around poker long enough and you’ll meet some fascinating people, both playing at the tables and documenting the happenings at the felt. One such fascinating person is Kim Yuhl, who has done some great poker writing for PokerNews over the last couple of years.
In our latest installment of “Get to Know the Poker Media”, we invite you to learn more about Kim and her life away from the poker world; hope you enjoy.
When watching ESPN’s WSOP Main Event broadcast, it’s impossible to ignore the sheer amount of information that the commentators seem to know about all the featured poker players.
This article gives you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at precisely how all of that information gets compiled and then delivered to the commentary teams.
Heading into the summer of 2017, I was happily looking forward to the first three weeks of June, during which I’d be attending my second World Series of Poker. I had no plans to attend the Main Event and I certainly had no idea what was in store for me just a few weeks hence: the opportunity to work for Poker PROductions.
I hope you enjoy reading the story of how it all happened; it’s a fun one!