There’s still a while to go until the end of 2019, but the year has already seen tons of incredible poker moments. In this op-ed Calum Grant lists his top 10. See if you agree with the ones he’s picked.
While the success of AI on the virtual poker felt is something to be heralded, what with the news that it can now beat a 6-handed table of pros at Texas Hold’em, one might postulate that humanity’s in dire straits and that it might as well fold before even looking at its hole cards.
Not so, poker players; not so. If you want to maintain human dominance over AI, simply gravitate to the umpteen other forms of poker it has yet to master, or even tackle. Mixed games beckon, my friends!
Reflecting on the 17-year-long journey that the World Poker Tour has taken, traversing the globe until finding its home in Las Vegas’ HyperX Esports Arena.
The WPT has enshrined itself at the top of the industry to become “the Greatest Poker Show.”
For years poker officials have been pining for more women to get into the game. It’s certain that a new poker boom would occur if the “other” 50% of the population would start taking more seats at the felt, but how to get them there in the first place remains a mystery,,,
Not so, opines Christina Bradfield. It could be something as simple as beginning to cater to what women want from their poker experience, or incentivizing them appropriately. Her suggestions are pretty darn good, too!
Why the fuck should anyone be drawing any attention to a photoshoot and video of a poker player surrounded by a dozen naked women in 2019?
The next generation of players and poker fans are watching us. This is what they’re seeing and learning. One day our kids will see this. What would you say to them?
Aren’t you a little embarrassed that this is the hot topic in poker right now?We’re better than this. Let’s grow a pair and act like it.
Vast tomes have been written about blockchain-based technology representing the next step forward for numerous industries. Online poker, perhaps may also fit into the picture.
This article examines how viable it is with current knowledge and acceptance of blockchain-based technologies to switch over from conventional online payment methods.