The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog is pleased to bring you some more of the latest news in poker, with this blog post covering the NBC Heads-Up Championship cancellation, the DoylesRoom acquisition, and WSOP Main Event prop bets.
Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi just won his 2nd bracelet, dominating Event #5 at the 2011 World Series of Poker Europe. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog recaps his great achievement in this post.
Do you love playing online poker at PokerStars? Well, then you’ll be thrilled to hear what they have in store for you this Sunday: 2 Sunday Millions and 2 Sunday Warm-Ups!
The best No-Limit Texas Hold’em tournament player in the world, Phil Hellmuth, is at it again! The all-time leader in bracelets won at the WSOP is looking to add to his collection with #12 at the WSOPE.
The 2011 World Series of Poker Europe will be played from October 7-20 in Cannes, France. Seven bracelets will be awarded, and poker’s top pros will be gunning for gold. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog has everything you need to know about this annual poker event series.
There is no reason to treat your online ventures with any less seriousness than a visit to a real casino. You wouldn’t dream of turning up to a genuine gaming arena in your sweats with a serious case of bed-head-hair, so why log on in a state of foggy mindedness. When it comes to beating the house, every little advantage is crucial.
The poker world is wondering what will happen now that Full Tilt Poker’s license has been revoked and the company has reportedly been bought out. This poker blogger has some pretty educated guesses.
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!
Want to know how you can get your money back from Full Tilt Poker? Want to know how, with a few simple clicks you can help get laws passed to legalize poker in the United States? The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog has the answers to these questions.
The shock has worn off a little from hearing about the alleged Ponzi scheme that was Full Tilt Poker. Time for this poker blogger to let you know what people in the industry have been saying as well as reactions from notable poker pros.