We’re proud to highlight the upcoming efforts of longtime poker writer Lane Anderson, Editor of PokerNews Canada, who has decided to live stream a 24-hour online poker session on Twitch in order to fundraise for the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Lane will be joining tens of thousands of similarly-minded altruistic gamers as part of the annual Extra Life charity drive. Be sure to check out his stream, which starts this Saturday night at 8pm Mountain Time, and support the cause.
It’s well known that many poker players also enjoy playing online casino games. With that in mind, we’re happy to publish this article about ThePogg.com, the best source in the world for online casino reviews.
Before you get ready to look for a site on which to play your favorite online casino games, be sure to give ThePogg.com a good long look. You’ll be happy you did!
It’s no secret that the lifeblood of the online poker ecosystem is sustained liquidity; i.e., always having enough players to keep the games running. Thus, industry advocates rejoiced upon Pennsylvania just having OKed legal, regulated online poker in the Keystone State. It joins New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada as the fourth state to offer legal online poker in the United States.
In this article, we examine the interstate ramifications of the developments in Pennsylvania, specifically its residents joining the greater US pool of poker players.
Poker Hall of Famer Phil Ivey took a bad beat in court yesterday, when his lawsuit against Genting Casinos UK was dismissed by the UK Supreme Court. He will thus never be able to get his hands on the £7.8 million he won while playing Punto Banco at Crockfords Casino.
While the court of public opinion might be divided on Ivey’s actions, I believe that a closer look at said actions as well as the language being used during the legal proceedings gives Ivey’s case merit.
If you’re an active poker fan these days, chances are that you’ve come across a poker vlog or two. Indeed, poker vlogging is booming, with guys like Andrew Neeme, TheTrooper, and Brad Owen making names for themselves all the while entertaining legions of poker fans.
If you’re not yet into consuming poker vlog videos, reading this may just change your mind, as you’ll discover exactly what you’ve been missing.
Set to award another 11 coveted gold bracelets, the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe will certainly be an exciting and intriguing set of tournaments. The action is underway at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic and players are already starting to notch successes.
With the Player of the Year honors hanging in the balance, there’s plenty to watch out for during the WSOP-E. Have a look at our list, then be sure to follow all the action via live stream.
Over the years, a sizable percentage of online poker players have registered their accounts via signing up through an affiliate site. Such sites are known for offering reviews of the more popular online poker rooms, but the best affiliate sites also offer their visitors a lot more added value.
In this article, we’ll review what you should look for in an affiliate poker site prior to selecting an online poker room in which to play.
You might not have heard of him before, but Shai Zurr could be Israel’s next poker superstar. After winning his first WSOP bracelet this past summer, he cracked Israel’s top 10 money list for all-time poker tournament winnings and his future looks brighter than ever.
A co-founder of the Israel Poker Academy, the story of how Zurr became a professional poker player is as interesting as it is unique. He opened up to us in this exclusive feature-length interview. Enjoy!
Most anyone who has ever sat down to play in a poker tournament dreams of making big scores and perhaps even leaving the workforce to try and make a living playing poker. It’s not as easy as it looks though.
Veteran poker pro Chris “Fox” Wallace examines whether it’s possible to make a living by exclusively playing poker tournaments, as well as what would be required for the answer to that question to be “yes.”
A couple months ago, online poker disappeared from Australia. Much like their American counterparts after Black Friday, online poker fans and players Down Under found themselves lacking the ability to partake in and enjoy the game they love.
This article gives a brief recap of what happened earlier this year and is published in order to help maintain awareness of the issue. Here’s hoping the tide turns in favor of regulation and legalization sooner rather than later.