The Bernard Lee Poker Show reminisces about the 10th anniversary of Black Friday shutdown of US online poker with poker journalist BJ Nemeth.
This is an exclusive preview of Episode #10 of The Orbit, poker’s premier roundtable discussion show. This episode is themed around the 10th anniversary of what’s come to be known as Black Friday in the poker world.
We give you the details on the panelists you can expect to see and the topics you can expect them to discuss.
There are many lapsed fans of poker out there; people who fell in love with the game in its Golden Era, but haven’t followed the game too closely ever since Black Friday in 2011. This brief recap article explains what’s gone on in the online poker landscape in the United States over the past decade and how the torch has been passed to a new crop of professional players in the live poker realm.
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Poker has been on the upswing in recent years. With so much going for it, there’s been a lot of talk in the poker community about what’s good for poker. With that said, we’re pretty sure there’s universal agreement on the types of things that would be classified as bad for poker.
Here’s a list of three hypothetical situations that would undeniably set poker back in its quest for mainstream recognition and acceptance. Let’s hope they can be avoided!
Can you believe it’s been 2.5 years since Black Friday and we’ve STILL not heard from Chris Ferguson?! Once one of poker’s hottest commodities and best-known names, the former professional poker player and part owner of Full Tilt Poker remains off the grid until this very day. This is a call for the man who had lovingly and reverently been referred to as “Jesus” to finally come forward and speak to the poker world.