WSOP Bracelet Winners: Hellmuth’s Got 15, but Others Are “Keeping Pace”
While Phil Hellmuth continues to prove the haters wrong, recently adding a 15th WSOP bracelet to his career total, a number of players have “kept pace with him,” also having managed to win five since Phil won his 10th over a decade ago.
This article lists those players and looks at other players who, if they can continue to sustain their bracelet-winning pace, might give Phil Hellmuth a run for his money in the future. That assumes, of course, that Hellmuth will slow down, which might never happen.
3 of the Most Popular Sports Bets Poker Players will Make By the End of 2018
With PASPA repealed, sports betting fans nationwide in the U.S. are preparing to place some bets on popular sporting events like boxing, the World Series, and the Super Bowl. Poker players are known to enjoy betting on sports, so here are a few bets they’re likely to make as 2018 progresses.
5 of the Most Epic Performances in WSOP History
Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi just won his third career Poker Players Championship event at the 2018 WSOP. The feat has the entire poker world buzzing, calling it one of the greatest achievements in poker history.
In the wake of Mizrachi’s win, we took a look at a number of other great WSOP performances and listed the five we felt stood out among the rest as truly epic. Have a look and see if you agree with our picks.
PokerGO Original Series: Chasing Hearts | A Review
What do you get when Reality TV-style blind dating meets poker theory? You’ll find the answer to that question in the PokerGO original series Chasing Hearts.
Presenters Hailey Bright and Blake Eastman focus on a poker-related set of skills to help guide people through blind dates, in what checks out as a delightful series of short programs. Read the full review by James Guill.
PokerGO Original Series: Inside Poker | A Review
Beyond the players, there’s a whole industry side to poker as well. Inside Poker, originally produced by Poker Central in 2016 and now available on PokerGO, is hosted by Matt Savage and Sarah Herring.
The pair interview not only players, but also a number of industry stalwarts over 10 great 20-minute episodes that showcase the inner workings and behind-the-scenes goings on in poker that fans don’t usually get exposed to.
PokerGO Original Series: Poker Nights | A Review
A show about home poker games starring Saturday Night Lie alumnus Chris Parnell. Produced as an original series by PokerGO, and also featuring all-time WSOP bracelet leader Phil Hellmuth in a guest starring role. What could go wrong?
Unfortunately, quite a few things. While there are some redeeming merits to Poker Nights, overall it struggles to hit the high notes, as James Guill writes in this review.
Upswing Poker Mixed Games Mastery Course: A Review (Updated 2022)
Do you ever get excited about the prospect of playing mixed games, but are too afraid to dip your toes in the water? Upswing Poker’s Mixed Game Mastery course, taught by longtime winner Jake Abdalla, will give you an excellent primer on five of the main variants in the classic 8-game mix.
The course helps you get equipped with all the tools you need to stay competitive at Razz, Stud, Stud8, Omaha8, and 2-7 Triple Draw. Check out our full, thorough review!
5 Sports Bets Poker Players Can Place During the 2018 WSOP
It’s quite common for poker players to bet on sports, so it’s no surprise that the betting action is hot and heavy on major sporting events that take place during the World Series of Poker.
As the 2018 WSOP rolls around, here’s a list of five major sports bets that poker players are likely to place at some point during the summer.
5 Tips for Returning to Online Poker After a Break
Whatever your reasons for starting to play online poker again after an extended break, it’s critical to be properly prepared to jump back in. Players have gotten better at playing poker online, plus the reality you were used to “back in the day” has vastly shifted as far as HUDs and player reward schemes.
To prep you for a successful return to the online poker tables after a break, we’ve compiled a list of five tips. They’re certainly worth a read!
5 Likely Consequences of WSOP.com’s $15 Million Summer
Evoking the spirit of Isaac Newton’s third law, there will certainly be consequences to WSOP.com offering $15 million in guaranteed online poker events on their all-new regulated tri-state network.
Without a doubt – and certainly “good for poker” – is that the consequences will be positive ones. Here’s what’s likely to happen in the wake of WSOP.com’s $15 Million Summer.