Our last article detailed the only plausible way for poker to ever become an Olympic event. This latest poker blog post goes into detail about what such an Olympic event would look like. We expound upon the tournament series structure and medal distribution, as well as the positive repercussions the Olympic stage would have for the game of poker.
The Olympic Games are upon us again but a favorite sport of tens of millions around the globe, poker, doesn’t appear on the list of events. Fans of the game who wish to see Olympic medals being distributed for poker performances need to see one important thing change about the sport. Read on to find out what that one thing is.
Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you a new article written by one of our guest contributors. To learn more about how free poker can ultimately pave the way for real money poker success, you’ll want to read this post.
Cardplayer Lifestyle is happy to bring you our first-ever interview with a poker pro, Yuval Bronshtein. Yuval made it all the way to Day 7 of the just-completed World Series of Poker Main Event before busting out in 23rd place. Hear what he has to say about his deep run.
A long, hot summer at the World Series of Poker has finally come to an end. After a more than week-long war at the felt, 9 survivors emerged. Their stories will be told by ESPN cameras over the coming weeks. Read the rest of our article for a sneak preview of what to expect in late October, when the final table resumes play.
Just 97 players remain in the WSOP Main Event. The largest poker tournament of the year has reached Day 6 of play and each player left will cash for at least $62,000. Who is trying to win their second bracelet? Who wants to add a third one to her collection (that’s right HER)? Read the latest WSOP Main Event update.
Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you a recap of all the poker action that’s gone on at the World Series of Poker Main Event over the last 3 days. See who got eliminated on Days 2 and 3 and find our which of your favorite poker players are still in the hunt to win the most prestigious bracelet of the summer.
A field of almost 6,600 players has completed Day 1 action. Here’s what happened at the WSOP Main Event over the first three starting days. Find out who’s still in and who hit the rail.
After three days of play, it was time to divvy up a $48 million prize pool among some of the best poker players in the world. Antonio Esfandiari claimed the lion’s share, $18.3 million, for his victory in the Big One for One Drop. The win gives poker’s “magician” his second career WSOP bracelet, the first ever platinum bracelet awarded by the WSOP.
Vanessa Selbst becomes just the sixth woman ever to win a second bracelet at the World Series of Poker. In this article, Cardplayer Lifestyle waxes poetic about Selbst’s success, both in this event as well as over the last few years.