When you’re in need of local poker information, whether it’s a brick and mortar casino/poker room, home games, or larger tournament festivals in town, the most important thing is to know where and how to find what you’re looking for.
In this article, Tadas Peckaitis shares three top methods for how to find all the local poker information you need: via mobile apps, social media, and the Hendon Mob database.
Everyone has their own way of showing affection to their partner on Valentine’s Day. I suppose this is my way. 🙂
I hope you enjoy this 1,000-word essay on why my wife is awesome… after all, it’s because she flew abroad for a week that I was able to enjoy a fun-filled “poker staycation” at home. 🙂
With a New Year on the horizon, there’s no better time to take stock of our poker play. If for whatever reason you’ve found the game to have grow a little stale and that it no longer carries the same excitement for you that it once did, perhaps you should consider changing things up a little.
In this article Tadas Peckaitis recommends his top five tips for helping you find more enjoyment in poker in 2019. Cheers to a Happy New Year at the felt!
Home games are the epitome of grassroots love for the game. Good times, a fun environment, and right in your own backyard (or living room, basement, etc.) What better venue than a home poker game to invite women to in order to try and bring more ladies to the game?
There are plenty of great reasons to invite women to your next home poker game. Here’s a list of the top five we came up with.
New to the market, Blind Valet was developed in order to assist with the organization of poker home game tournaments and leagues. It’s many useful features enable anyone to run and organize tournaments – both large and small. Time-saving and solving all manner of tournament registration and facilitation logistics with ease, it takes all the stress and work out of making tournaments happen for your league or home game crowd. Thus, even the tournament organizer can just take it easy and focus on playing; everything else as far as running the show is all taken care of.
Here’s our review of Blind Valet, which comes in four pricing tiers that offer all manner of additional functionalities. A poker night and poker league is only as good as it’s organization. This product ensures top-notch organization each and every time.
When you play in the same couple of home poker games for 15 years, you’re solidly ensconced in your comfort zone. So what do you do when you get invited to a home game where they play for higher stakes?
Well, after 15 years of saying “no, thanks” I finally said “OK, sure!”
I wonder if it’s a situation that many low-stakes home game players out there can relate to? Here’s how the story played out.