In this episode Bernard Lee interviews 2004 WSOP Main Event and now five-time Heartland Poker Tour (HPT) champion, Greg Raymer.
Last month, Greg made history by becoming the first player to win the five HPT Main Events, when he captured the HPT Ameristar East Chicago.
Greg Raymer’s win at the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event wasn’t a fluke. He’s got three decades of experience as a poker professional and regularly puts all that knowledge to work at the felt.
Now, you can gain insight into what makes a poker player a champion and learn some of Raymer’s secrets from his book Fossilman’s Winning Tournament Strategies, published by D&B Poker. Here’s our review.
On October 19, Nashville, Tennessee will play host to the Music City Shootout, a charity poker tournament being held to benefit Mother to Mother, a nonprofit organization the provides needy infants and children with vital social services and health and wellness items.
Tax-deductible buy-in tickets of $300 entitle players to a seat at the tables and the chance to win the grand prize, a seat at the 2019 WSOP Main Event. Hundreds of players are expected to attend, including online poker sensation Chris Moorman and 2004 WSOP Main Event Champion Greg Raymer.
Momentum is a funny thing. When it comes to poker, momentum plays a very important role. There’s good momentum and the dreaded bad momentum. How important is poker momentum? Read this article to find out.
Here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog we usually cover the more major issues going on in the poker world. Needless to say, there’s plenty of other poker action going on that doesn’t always make it into our headlines. That being said, here’s a summary of some of the other “smaller stuff” that’s been going on recently in the poker world.