The World Series of Poker has just announced an online/live hybrid Main Event to be held at the end of 2020, which will allow domestic (US) and international players to compete in a $10,000 freezeout on WSOP.com and GGPoker, respectively. The live final tables will be held at King’s Casino, Czech Republic, and at the Rio in Las Vegas.
This topic, and much more on the latest episode of Poker Headlines, with Gillian Epp and Maureen Bloechlinger.
On this week’s episode of Poker Headlines, Gillian is joined once again by Maureen Bloechlinger as well as Poker Triad, to discuss poker in Cambodia and the whole scene there. They also talk about the ongoing Negreanu/Polk grudge match and the closing of poker rooms in Las Vegas.
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.
Poker live reporter and Las Vegas local Tim Duckworth reflects on what the city has been like with the casinos closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also shares what he has and hasn’t missed. Bottom line: Las Vegas isn’t just all about the Strip, like millions of tourists might think.
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.
“What to do about food” is always a popular topic for poker players at the WSOP, but for those who keep a strictly kosher diet, knowing the available options is absolutely critical. There are plenty of great kosher restaurants throughout the city of Las Vegas, as well as a number of kosher supermarkets at which to purchase a wide variety of kosher food items.
Here, then, is the ultimate guide to keeping kosher in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker (as well as throughout the rest of the year), including a complete listing of all kosher establishments and marketplaces.