Poker Lifestyle


Interview with Molly’s Game Poker Consultant Josh Leichner

We’re proud to bring you this feature-length exclusive interview with Josh Leichner, the poker consultant for the Hollywood film Molly’s Game.

Josh gives us a special, behind-the-scenes look at the tremendous effort that went into the movie’s poker scenes, tells us what it was like to give the actors poker training, and reflects on his experiences having had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with Director Aaron Sorkin and Hollywood stars like Jessica Chastain, Michael Cera, and more.

2018 poker goals

My 10 Poker Goals for 2018

For 2018, I’m setting 10 poker goals. This post will also recap and assess my efforts at achieving my 2017 poker goals. It’s a long read, but working hard on this post and publishing it, as always, help me stay focused on what I’m aiming to achieve in the coming year.

Here’s to working hard towards the goals we set in 2018, both poker-related and non-poker-related. Happy New Year!

Tony Dunst

Interview with Tony Dunst

After more than six years working with the World Poker Tour, Tony Dunst recently took on an upgraded role as it’s lead commentator. In this interview, Tony opened up to us about his career at the WPT and what it has meant to him.

Along with sharing some of his favorite spots on the tour to visit and play, he also makes some interesting predictions for 2018. Enjoy the interview!

Hollywood Park

The Great American Poker Trip: Los Angeles

Just Hands Poker Podcast co-host Jack Laskey took a road trip across the United States. Along the way, he made it his mission to visit numerous poker rooms. This article is the tenth in a series that compares and contrasts how poker is played in land-based rooms in different regions across the country.

The tenth (and final) stop on the trip was Los Angeles, California, specifically the Hollywood Park poker room. Plus, Jack adds a full summary of the Great American Poker Trip. Enjoy!

Bernard Lee charity

For the Kids: Bernard Lee Gives Us All a Lesson in Charity

Bernard Lee has just completed his seventh annual charity drive for children and families in his local area near Boston. That he puts not just his checkbook to work, but also his whole heart and soul into ensuring that dozens of less privileged children have a truly happy holiday season is truly praiseworthy.

In undertaking this noble work each year with his children, Bernard sets an extraordinary example of good fatherhood. Good, generous deeds like these live on in people’s hearts and minds for far longer than any success one can possibly have at the poker tables.