Paul Campbell is enjoying quite a run as the well-respected Tournament Manager and Studio Director at Aria. In this interview, we learn more about how his career in poker got started and his life away from the job.
Read on and you’ll discover why he’s so beloved among the high roller poker community as well as a favorite among recreational poker players at the Aria.
Often, it’s the “behind-the-scenes people” who take care of a lot of the services and other things poker players need to avail themselves of. The Aria poker room employs a poker host for this purpose, and her name is Elayne Teitelbaum.
In this interview, we speak with Elayne about the nature of her job, what it means to be a poker host, and the types of services she is able to assist poker players with. Not all heroes wear capes.
It would take a very unique set of circumstances for me to ever consider “hitting and running” at a poker table. As fate would have it, the stars aligned for a very unique set of circumstances, which led me to play poker, though I hadn’t planned on doing so.
I’m glad I did, as my one-hand session left me with a story I’ll never forget. I figured it’s something you’d all enjoy, so I’ve decided to share it with you.
Periscope allows people from all over the world to get an immediate live feed from anywhere – including one of the world’s top poker rooms. Sean McCormack, Director of Poker Operations at Aria Poker Room, had the idea to start a weekly Periscope broadcast – and it’s fantastic. Read on to learn more about this great new poker innovation, Daniel Negreanu’s guest appearance, and their plans for future broadcasts.