Super High Roller Club is a six-part original series on PokerGO hosted by Ali Nejad. In the series, Nejad spends some quality time with some of the world’s most well-known high rollers, including Nick Schulman, Antonio Esfandiari, Farah Galfond, Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, and Brandon Adams.
Interested in watching the series? Want to hear more about it first? Check our our full review of what you can expect from Super High Roller Club, by Will Shillibier
A total of 16 professional poker players and poker-loving celebrities get treated to great massages by Drea Renee as she interviews them for the PokerGO original series Deep Issues.
There’s plenty to love about this short-form show, from the people chosen to sit in the massage chair to the unique, relaxed atmosphere Renee helps create. Read on for Will Shillibier’s full review.
When you travel for poker, you’ll inevitably wind up in numerous casinos around the world. That means that you’ll obviously face the temptation of playing house games quite often. Many poker travelers prefer the table games, as they offer players the greatest amount of decision making.
With a true affinity for table games, here’s Will Shillibier’s account of some of his favourite ones to play, namely blackjack, roulette, and three-card poker.
Who out there wouldn’t be happy to improve their poker game? Well-known pros and WSOP bracelet winners Doug Polk and Ryan Fee have put together a great poker training site in Upswing Poker. In particular, their PLO University is a wonderful learning tool to help you improve your poker game.
In a nutshell, we think that signing up for the course is a no-brainer. Check out our full, thorough review of the Upswing Poker PLO University.
Poker players and sports bettors alike understand that there are some obvious similarities between the two. In this article, we list three of them and expound upon how they can help you become and remain profitable.
While the World Series of Poker is universally acknowledged as the focal point of the poker year, January is arguably the best time of the year to be a poker fan.
There are plenty of reasons why this is the case, but we’ve narrowed them down to the top five. We’re pretty sure that you’ll be nodding right along after you get to the bottom of the list.