The full return of live poker is around the corner and the panel talks about their experience during the pandemic and looking forward to the upcoming months.
We also talk about the RecPoker Road Trips coming up May 22 (Fargo, ND), June 21-27 (Council Bluffs, Iowa), and the WSOP Las Vegas. We are so excited to be playing live and getting to finally meet all of RecPoker Nation!
Recreational online poker players often don’t realize what they’re up against. Specifically, the more studious and pro poker players awaiting you at the felt are extremely well equipped to relieve you of your chips.
Professional poker player and coach Chris Wallace details exactly what advantages experienced, pro online poker players have against recreational players. It’s important to know what you don’t know, as it could hurt you!
When it comes to gauging which version of poker you’re more likely to be successful at, live poker tends to beat online poker. In this article, we’ll explain the reasons why.
The Japanese do enjoy a good game of poker, bot live and online, but nonetheless the law isn’t exactly so permissive when it comes to allowing such games to be played by citizens in the Land of the Rising Sun.
From online poker developments to live poker developments, it would seem that 2021 is primed to be another interesting year in the poker world.
Calum Grant takes a look into his crystal ball to make five predictions for what the poker world can expect to happen next year.
The Great Poker Reopening is a miniseries dedicated to chronicling the reemergence of live poker across the United States after a months-long lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The third installment of this miniseries covers the San Diego region.