Part 2 of the Bernard Lee Poker Show’s interview with 2019 World Series of Poker Player of the Year Rob Campbell.
With the PCA just concluded and the WSOP far off in the distant summer, many poker players are on the hunt for action during the first half of 2019.
There are plenty of great live poker festivals out there to help you scratch the itch during this winter and upcoming spring, and we’ve listed 7 of the top ones you should consider attending.
While the World Series of Poker is universally acknowledged as the focal point of the poker year, January is arguably the best time of the year to be a poker fan.
There are plenty of reasons why this is the case, but we’ve narrowed them down to the top five. We’re pretty sure that you’ll be nodding right along after you get to the bottom of the list.
Now that the PCA in the Bahamas has concluded, the poker world turns its eyes Down Under, to the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, where the Aussie Millions will begin one week from today. Despite slightly declining numbers over the past couple years, it’s still a major poker event. We can think of at least 5 great reasons why.
The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog is starting off 2014 on a high note as, for the first time, we’re interviewing a bona-fide poker world champion. Just ahead of the upcoming Aussie Millions, we’re proud to present to you our exclusive interview with “Mr. Aussie Aussie Aussie” himself, 2005 WSOP Main Event Champion Joe Hachem. Almost a decade after his landmark win, Joe opens up about how his life has changed, both on a personal and poker level. He also answers some questions about his past life that he’s never been asked before. Read on to learn what the champ’s been up to as well as his future poker aspirations.
The 2013 Aussie Millions Poker Championships have just concluded. Here’s Cardplayer Lifestyle’s recap of the biggest winners over the prestigious 26-event poker tournament series.