Who better than to “properly” introduce PokerStars Power Up to the masses than two of the company’s most popular poker ambassadors, Jason Somerville and Daniel Negreanu.
Just after the latest Run It Up Reno live tournament series, Negreanu and Somerville will take to Twitch to live stream the all-new eSports/poker hybrid game for the first time. It promises to be a must-watch broadcast.
There’s much to be lauded about Jason Somerville’s efforts to get online poker regulated in the U.S. Recently, however, he made a CNBC appearance that had even some of his biggest fans wondering if he made the best possible impression – visually speaking.
This op-ed asks if the image we had of Jason Somerville on CNBC helps or hurts online poker’s chances of getting regulated. What do you think?
Pretty much every single poker fan has watched the World Series of Poker on TV. When you’ve been doing so for over a third of your life, but haven’t yet experienced it in person, you get serious FOMO.
My maiden trip out to the WSOP was full of incredible experiences, some of which I’ve documented in this blog post about what it’s like to walk around the Rio, and through it’s famed hallways.
I hope you enjoy.
Ever wonder what it would be like to play in a huge poker cash game with the pros on TV? I was lucky enough to be invited to experience exactly that, when I took part in the biggest game of my life at the Maryland Live! tapings of Poker Night in America. I’m a poker fanatic and the experience was like a dream for me. Read on to hear all about what it was like.
PokerStars recorded a Q&A session in which Daniel Negreanu and Jason Somerville spoke at length about the poker economy. What they had to say was pretty eye-opening and is sure to entertain and interest all poker fans from recreational players to pro grinders.