Recently, our senior contributor George Epstein came upon Daniel Negreanu’s report from playing back in the 2004 WSOP $10K Limit Hold’em event. Negreanu had an important message then that still resonates now, and George shares that message in this article.
Poker players tend to be superstitious, but they’re also usually good at math. It’s the confluence of the two that creates Poker Einsteins, many of which Jake and Jeff Gould have sat with at the tables over the years.
This humorous article dives into how Poker Einsteins somehow know exactly how to reverse downswings.
As the pandemic forced poker players the world over to go into lockdown, former PokerStars employee Adam Hampton was the “go-to guy” when it came to setting up an online poker home game league.
In this first installment of a two-part series, Adam explains how the entire online home poker game experience he created for his group mirrored that of the online poker industry in general.
Author of more than a dozen well-regarded, popular poker strategy books, Jonathan Little continues to crank out great volumes of work to assist poker players who want to improve their game.
In this article Shannon Mack reviews Little’s latest book, Excelling At Tough No-Limit Hold’em Games, published by D&B Poker.
Professional poker players would do well to understand how to dissolve the negative stereotypes associated with the game.
This article suggests a number of positive and helpful answers to give when questioned about the risks and potential difficulties and negatives of playing poker professionally.
With the pandemic raging and lockdowns being imposed the world over, one man found solace in a weekly online poker game.
This is a brief story of how that window to the world via the virtual felt helped assuage a man’s mental anguish.