Sifting through my photos, I reminisce about watching 5 of my favorite poker players at the World Series of Poker. With no WSOP running this summer, I certainly miss being an engaged railbird and being entertained by some of my favorite poker players.
The Great Poker Reopening is a miniseries dedicated to chronicling the reemergence of live poker across the United States after a months-long lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first installment of this miniseries covers the New Hampshire region.
What would poker be without bad beats and bad beat stories? Nonagenarian George Epstein has seen his fair share of rivers over the years, but his latest river card story will take you on a wild ride.
With people quarantined and in self-isolation the world over during the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re turning online for everything; this includes poker. Luckily it’s not only possible to play poker online, but to do so with friends via a private home game.
Private home games are flourishing these days, so here’s our guide for how to make them happen (they’re free and can be played from anywhere in the world) as well as how to get the most out of the experience.
In this article, George Chao, CEO of BBO Poker Tables, reflects on some great, time honored home poker game traditions. In addition, he suggests some premium show-stopping custom poker tables for your home game to bring your family and friends closer together to have a great time.
Poker live reporter and Las Vegas local Tim Duckworth reflects on what the city has been like with the casinos closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also shares what he has and hasn’t missed. Bottom line: Las Vegas isn’t just all about the Strip, like millions of tourists might think.