Who out there wouldn’t be happy to improve their poker game? Well-known pros and WSOP bracelet winners Doug Polk and Ryan Fee have put together a great poker training site in Upswing Poker. In particular, their Advanced Heads-Up Mastery course is a wonderful learning tool to help you improve your poker game.
In a nutshell, we think that signing up for the course is a no-brainer. Check out our full, thorough review of Upswing Poker’s Advanced Heads-Up Mastery course.
It’s always amazing to read success stories from the poker world. One such success story belongs to George Chao, the founder of BBO Poker Tables. In this special blog post, George treats us to the story of how he founded the company and has grown it over the past decade-plus to become the industry leader.
Collaborating with TV and film companies, the World Poker Tour, and even the NBA champion Golden State Warriors, BBO Poker Tables’ is a story you have to read to believe.
At it’s core, poker is very much a game of mathematics. Knowing the numbers, then, and mastering spots in which you can maximize your winning potential can prove to be quite valuable.
In this article, we illustrate the math behind continuation betting and how knowing it can be very advantageous. This is some great poker strategy content that it literally pays to read!
When watching ESPN’s WSOP Main Event broadcast, it’s impossible to ignore the sheer amount of information that the commentators seem to know about all the featured poker players.
This article gives you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at precisely how all of that information gets compiled and then delivered to the commentary teams.
Just Hands Poker Podcast co-host Jack Laskey took a road trip across the United States. Along the way, he made it his mission to visit numerous poker rooms. This article is the sixth in a series that compares and contrasts how poker is played in land-based rooms in different regions across the country.
The sixth stop on the trip was New Orleans, specifically the Harrah’s New Orleans poker room. Enjoy the review!
Heading into the summer of 2017, I was happily looking forward to the first three weeks of June, during which I’d be attending my second World Series of Poker. I had no plans to attend the Main Event and I certainly had no idea what was in store for me just a few weeks hence: the opportunity to work for Poker PROductions.
I hope you enjoy reading the story of how it all happened; it’s a fun one!
It’s perhaps the dream of each and every poker fan out there to make the trip to Las Vegas and be at the WSOP. It practically behooves everyone working in the poker world to have made the pilgrimage to poker’s Mecca in Las Vegas at least once. That’s not always so easy though, even if you’re a poker writer.
Living half a world away but having poker pumping through your veins can create some serious WSOP FOMO. That’s what Bradley Chalupski writes about in this very personal essay.
Linda Weissler gets to live out the ultimate poker fan’s dream: she’s won front-row seats to attend the World Series of Poker Main Event final table.
Read about how she won her tickets, who she’s taking, and what it feels like to have the ultimate opportunity in poker fandom.
The WSOP has released it’s list of 10 finalist nominees for the 2017 class of the Poker Hall of Fame. While all of them are deserving of induction, the only lock is Phil Ivey. As for the others, it’s anyone’s guess.
This op-ed analyzes the list of the nine other nominees and picks apart which of them are most likely to get nominated. Dave DevilFish Ulliot is perhaps the most deserving player, but he might get “snubbed” by a deserving nominee from the builder category, like Mori Eskandani.
With debate once again raging about how the World Series of Poker Player of the Year formula is messed up, James Guill latched on to two-time WSOP POY Daniel Negreanu’s proposals for changes and tweaks them to reflect a more balanced point distribution mechanism.
Do you think James’ proposals would work? Have a look and have your say in the comments section.