Face it, folks. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe was far more interesting this year than ever before, and we all have Daniel Negreanu to thank for it. Via his daily vlogs, the Poker Hall of Famer gave us his all, and an incredibly entertaining way to be involved in the proceedings of one of the biggest poker events of the year.
At the end of his 23-day vlogging run, we pay tribute to Negreanu’s content creation efforts with this list of the five things we’ll miss most about it.
With the PCA just concluded and the WSOP far off in the distant summer, many poker players are on the hunt for action during the first half of 2019.
There are plenty of great live poker festivals out there to help you scratch the itch during this winter and upcoming spring, and we’ve listed 7 of the top ones you should consider attending.
The 2018 World Series of Poker Europe is set to begin in a couple weeks. Here’s a preview of what players can expect, as well as a recap of how the WSOP Player of the Year race has shaped up as it heads into the home stretch.
Set to award another 11 coveted gold bracelets, the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe will certainly be an exciting and intriguing set of tournaments. The action is underway at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic and players are already starting to notch successes.
With the Player of the Year honors hanging in the balance, there’s plenty to watch out for during the WSOP-E. Have a look at our list, then be sure to follow all the action via live stream.
With people from all over the world playing in the WSOP Main Event, among the people who make the November Nine each year there are often some non-native speakers of English. Vojtěch Růžička, of the Czech Republic, has made the 2016 November Nine.
Pretty much by definition, anyone whose native language isn’t English cannot fully express themselves if being interviewed in that language. For that reason, we went the extra mile here at Cardplayer Lifestyle and asked our contributor Libs Foord, a native speaker of Czech, to conduct an interview with Vojtech in his native tongue.
The interview was then translated into English and edited, which leaves you, dear reader, with a fascinating, in-depth portrait of Vojtech’s poker career and his life away from the tables.