Alex Scott is one of few poker industry veterans who worked at both PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, under Isai Scheinberg and Ray Bitar, respectfully.
In this exclusive post, Alex shares some stories about the two as well as what he’s learned from the pair’s very different styles of leadership.
Clonie Gowen, Andy Bloch, Perry Friedman, Phil Gordon, and, of course, Chris Ferguson and Howard Lederer. Once upon a time, those faces were synonymous with poker… the old Full Tilt Poker, that is. If you’ve ever caught yourself wondering what they’re up to these days, ths is an article you’ll want to read.
Much has been written about how great for poker Amaya’s acquisition of PokerStars is for the game. While that’s true, it’s no game-changer. Not by a long shot. What everyone seems to be forgetting in their excitement is that online poker can’t thrive without one essential ingredient. Sadly, even the world’s largest online poker company cannot supply it at the moment. Read on for more details.
With Full Tilt Poker remission checks finally arriving back in the hands of American online poker players, there’s really only one thing left to say, one thing to think about, and one thing you ought to do…
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.
Almost 500 days have passed since the last hand was dealt at Full Tilt Poker. While Americans still don’t have the ability to play online poker legally nor access to their old Full Tilt Poker bankrolls, players from the rest of the world are set to get a multimillion-dollar cash infusion. The site’s relaunch is the talk of the poker world, and Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you all the details.