Wouldn’t it be something if it could be scientifically proven that playing poker prevents Alzheimer’s disease from taking hold? That’s the hypothesis from our Senior contributor George Epstein based on his anecdotal evidence, but he is looking for concrete proof.
Twitter is where it’s at if you’re looking to be a part of the poker community on social media. That said, finding sources of positivity within the community can sometimes be a challenge.
We’ve put together our list of the top 21 accounts you need to follow for positivity in poker. Let us know who else ought to have made the list.
The absence of the World Series of Poker this summer means a drastic change for the lives of not only players, but also members of the poker media.
In this op-ed, live reporter Christian Zetzsche reflects on how things will be different this summer, and what he’ll miss most about his annual work at the WSOP.
Poker fans the world over are basking in the afterglow of Phil Galfond’s momentous comeback to defeat VeniVidi1993 in the first match of the Galfond Challenge.
In a contest that captured the imaginations of so many in the poker community, there are a number of long-term takeaways that we can all get from the now-completed saga. Here’s a list of our top 10.
With the COVID-19 pandemic raging across the world, we’re in dire need of injections of positivity. While in poker nobody wants to be a calling station, we’re hereby launching the #callingstation campaign to get poker players to pick up the phone and call at least one person each day during the month of April 2020.
Spread the word. Who ya gonna call?
With poker on lockdown the world over, many players might find that their skills could suffer if they don’t do something proactive to maintain them. This article is full of ideas for how to keep your poker skills on point during lockdown.