Many people who’ve exclusively stuck to playing poker in a live setting are beginning to transition to online poker play. This brief guide offers some tips for how to make the transition successfully.
With the Westgate Las Vegas poker room finally set to reopen after being shuttered for half a year, we speak with the poker room manager Mark Selby to get a more detailed look at what to expect.
Mark gives us the exclusive and shares his thoughts on what it’s like for him and his staff to be back to work after all this time.
Physical casinos may be open around the world, but are poker players returning? While the demand to play live poker is certainly there, the question is whether they’re ready to head back to land-based casinos to scratch their itch to play.
With Las Vegas poker rooms shuttered down for the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike Patrick couldn’t help but put together an ode to what he misses most about them.
This beautiful expression of poker love will surely resonate with any visitor to Las Vegas who loves playing in the city.
In this op-ed by WSOP bracelet winner and iNinja Poker Tour co-owner Chris Wallace, he explains why the Venetian running a “$150,000 total prize pool” tournament is bad for players, bad for the poker room, and bad for poker in general.
Much ink has been spilled about the ongoing demise of Atlantic City. It’s heyday was long ago, and multiple casinos and poker rooms have been lost to the dustbin of history. With that said, Atlantic City is still a great place to play poker and you can certainly find reasons to pay a visit.
Here, then, are five reasons poker players ought to consider a visit to Atlantic City.