Robert Turner is one of the most unique and interesting people in poker. With a career in the industry spanning over three decades, both as a player and on the marketing side of the industry, Turner is a true legend of the game of poker. One of his main claims to fame is that he invented the game of Omaha poker, but there’s plenty else he’s accomplished in his long and storied career. Read more about this fascinating man in our latest poker poker interview.
A longtime reader of this poker blog, who wishes to remain anonymous, was kind enough to send in this great piece about his “life history” with poker and online poker. We feel our fans would definitely appreciate the man’s perspective on the game we all know and love. Definitely worth a read.
At the outset of each calendar year, many successful poker players set goals for themselves. I believe that this helps one focus on concrete things to accomplish over the course of the following 12 months. Besides playing poker recreationally, I’m also involved in poker writing, poker content marketing, and other poker ventures. This personal post will detail the top 10 poker and poker blog goals I hope to achieve in 2014.
The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog is starting off 2014 on a high note as, for the first time, we’re interviewing a bona-fide poker world champion. Just ahead of the upcoming Aussie Millions, we’re proud to present to you our exclusive interview with “Mr. Aussie Aussie Aussie” himself, 2005 WSOP Main Event Champion Joe Hachem. Almost a decade after his landmark win, Joe opens up about how his life has changed, both on a personal and poker level. He also answers some questions about his past life that he’s never been asked before. Read on to learn what the champ’s been up to as well as his future poker aspirations.
With the holiday season in full swing, there’s no better time than now to capture the spirit of the season here at Cardplayer Lifestyle. So, we called upon 21 top poker players and personalities to let us know what questions they would ask Santa Claus if given the opportunity. We’re positive their responses are sure to get a smile out of you.
Many poker players tend to look down on slots as they believe this is a less advanced form of gambling. Clearly they’re unaware of how poker has actually helped create and shape these games, which are now the world’s most popular form of casino entertainment.