Tadas Peckaitis explains why chess, backgammon, and baccarat are among the favorite non-poker games enjoyed by poker players around the world.
Bernard interviews four-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Eli Elezra. Eli speaks about his time in the Israel Defense Forces, specifically his tour of duty during the first Lebanon War, in which he almost got killed twice.
Eli also talks about how he got into poker while working in Alaska, and his time playing with some of the game’s true legends, including Chip Reese, Doyle Brunson, Stu Ungar, Phil Ivey, and more.
Televised poker broadcasts were all the rage back in the game’s golden years, and to a large extent that’s because of the great characters we saw on camera.
In this article, Geoff Fisk reminisces about 10 of the top poker players he’d love to see back on TV, to provide great entertainment for fans once again.
Unfortunately, some of the once-biggest names in poker end up becoming the subject of questions like “what ever happened to that guy?” The true greats of the game, however, manage to pull themselves together and stage mighty comebacks to return to prominence.
In this article we list 7 of the best big name poker players to have mounted career comebacks. It’s not a complete list, but those who appear on it are certainly deserving of mention.
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’s Cardplayer Lifestyle’s preview of the richest poker tournament in history, slated to begin in just a couple hours. Find out which pros will be among the 48-player field, how much prize money the winner will take home, how much money will be raised for charity, and much much more! The $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop is here!