This episode of the Bernard Lee Poker Show features the second of a two-part interview that Bernard Lee had with the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Joe Hachem.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show sits down with 2005 WSOP Main Event Champion Joe Hachem on the 15th anniversary of his winning the title, as well as 2-time WSOP bracelet winner and LearnWPT President Nick Binger.
Look at the list of names in the Poker Hall of Fame and you’ll notice they’re overwhelmingly American. In this op-ed, James Guill argues that it’s time for more of an international presence in the Hall, and to that end lists five top contenders who are worthy of consideration for induction in 2020.
Playing in the WSOP Main Event is a bucket list item for legions of poker players and fans around the world. When the time comes to finally cross that item off and pony up the $10,000 buy-in, who better to take advice from than past champions who’ve won it all.
In this month’s Ask the Poker Experts column, we poll four past WSOP Main Event winners to see what tips they’d give people playing in the Main Event for the first time. Thanks to Scott Blumstein, Jamie Gold, Joe Hachem, and Chris Moneymaker for participating!
Joe Hachem thinks poker is dying. He thinks not enough is being done to promote the game and that people don’t think poker is fun anymore. There’s a lot of truth to his statements, but that doesn’t mean the game of poker is doomed. We’ve got a great idea that’s guaranteed to revive interest in a dying game of poker. It’ll not only generate incredible buzz, but if the right people emerge to help promote the game, poker may yet see another big boom. Want to know what the idea is? Read on…
Now that the PCA in the Bahamas has concluded, the poker world turns its eyes Down Under, to the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, where the Aussie Millions will begin one week from today. Despite slightly declining numbers over the past couple years, it’s still a major poker event. We can think of at least 5 great reasons why.