A brief op-ed on how and why there’s been an evolution in poker since the boom days, and what it takes nowadays for a player to be successful.
Some people enjoy playing poker more online while for others live poker is more their cup of tea. Sky Matsuhashi is committed to online poker so much so that he felt the need to express his love for it by listing three reasons why he prefers it to the live game.
Do you feel similarly or do you prefer live poker?
Which poker players are likely to have a great 2020? Geoff Fisk has compiled his top 10 list, and it’s a great one.
Lest you think it’s just a rundown of the top-ranked or top-earning players of 2019, there are some surprises here to be sure!
Chris Wallace believes that live tournament poker’s current model is broken. In most other forms of professional competition, sponsorship dollars help pay for the events to take place and players earn winnings from sponsor-provided prize pools. The iNinja Poker Tour owner believes poker should be no different.
Read this op-ed, and perhaps you’ll end up convinced that poker ought to “follow the money” and move to a sponsorship-based model.
Televised poker broadcasts were all the rage back in the game’s golden years, and to a large extent that’s because of the great characters we saw on camera.
In this article, Geoff Fisk reminisces about 10 of the top poker players he’d love to see back on TV, to provide great entertainment for fans once again.
Alex Scott is one of few poker industry veterans who worked at both PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, under Isai Scheinberg and Ray Bitar, respectfully.
In this exclusive post, Alex shares some stories about the two as well as what he’s learned from the pair’s very different styles of leadership.