Our last article detailed the only plausible way for poker to ever become an Olympic event. This latest poker blog post goes into detail about what such an Olympic event would look like. We expound upon the tournament series structure and medal distribution, as well as the positive repercussions the Olympic stage would have for the game of poker.
The Olympic Games are upon us again but a favorite sport of tens of millions around the globe, poker, doesn’t appear on the list of events. Fans of the game who wish to see Olympic medals being distributed for poker performances need to see one important thing change about the sport. Read on to find out what that one thing is.
We at Cardplayer Lifestyle think it’s high time some innovations be made in live poker rooms, namely the introduction of wild card poker games. Check out our latest article to see how this would benefit both poker players as well as live poker rooms.
Tired of Texas Hold’em? Only Omaha for you? Simply sick of Stud? Cardplayer Lifestyle recommends you add some spice to your poker sessions by trying out wild card poker games.
Hannukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, and poker have a lot in common. Cardplayer Lifestyle examines the similarities between the two in this special holiday blog post. Whether you’re Jewish or not, it’s always a good occasion to use the power of poker to “spread the light.”
Get our your pickled herring, gefilte fish, and Chinese food – it’s time to name the Top 10 Jews in Poker. Happy Rosh Hashana to all our Jewish friends, from Cardplayer Lifestyle!