Land-based casinos offer poker players great places to hone their craft, but at the same time they present numerous temptations that often prove best to avoid. If you’ve ever played poker in a casino you’re aware that there’s plenty stimuli to tempt you and distract you from what you ought to be focused on at the felt.
Here’s a list of five of the greatest temptations and challenges poker players face in casinos.
If you’re interested in winning a free seat to the 2018 Battle of Malta Main Event, valued at €550, PokerList is giving you the chance to do precisely that!
Find out more about the PokerList app in this article, and how they’re giving people the chance to win a free seat at the felt at the upcoming Battle of Malta Main Event.
If you find yourself somewhere in Europe, itching to play poker, it can be a daunting task to try and find a local place to play. Enter the PokerList app, which does all the research for you!
Wherever you are in Europe, PokerList will provide you with all the information you need to guide you to the closest poker room so you can jump right into the action. Available in a dozen countries (and counting), you can download the app for free!
During a recent visit to the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, I experienced a pretty surreal series of events. Being challenged to make the right moral decision in a somewhat tricky spot, I was fortunate enough to have good karma come back to reward me.
I hope you enjoy this story of positivity at the poker table.
Southern California has long been known as a poker hub, but that doesn’t mean the games are limited to the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. A short drive from San Diego, you’ll find Ocean’s 11 Casino, a great place to play poker.
With close to 50 tables, poker is front-and-center at this establishment. Read on for our review, before you head out there to play some poker!
Just Hands Poker Podcast co-host Jack Laskey took a road trip across the United States. Along the way, he made it his mission to visit numerous poker rooms. This article is the tenth in a series that compares and contrasts how poker is played in land-based rooms in different regions across the country.
The tenth (and final) stop on the trip was Los Angeles, California, specifically the Hollywood Park poker room. Plus, Jack adds a full summary of the Great American Poker Trip. Enjoy!