As one of the more popular poker training sites, there’s always something new and interesting happening at Run It Once Training.
This quarterly update for Summer 2020 keeps you abreast of all the latest developments and promotions, and special events and offers they’ve got going on.
Twitter is where it’s at if you’re looking to be a part of the poker community on social media. That said, finding sources of positivity within the community can sometimes be a challenge.
We’ve put together our list of the top 21 accounts you need to follow for positivity in poker. Let us know who else ought to have made the list.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews three-time Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) and two-time WSOP bracelet winner, Kristen Bicknell.
Kristen describes the details of the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event, in which she finished in 2nd place after a 10-way ICM chop.
Kristen also discusses her career online and live including the current Poker Masters being held online on partypoker and also recently being named Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) at the 2020 GPI Global Poker Awards for the third consecutive time.
Poker fans the world over are basking in the afterglow of Phil Galfond’s momentous comeback to defeat VeniVidi1993 in the first match of the Galfond Challenge.
In a contest that captured the imaginations of so many in the poker community, there are a number of long-term takeaways that we can all get from the now-completed saga. Here’s a list of our top 10.
After five years of operations, most people have heard of Run It Once poker training by now. With that said, beyond knowing the brand name and that RIO was founded by poker crusher Phil Galfond, if you haven’t actually signed up to the training site, you might not know what distinguishes it from the competition.
In this interview, Phil gives us a full primer on what Run It Once is all about, what new signups can expect, and what specifically makes RIO unique as a poker training site. Enjoy the read.
We’re all quite used to seeing the big name online poker operators making moves these days, so it’s refreshing to see of the game’s top players trying to instigate a paradigm shift. Phil Galfond has a stellar reputation and record both at and away from the poker tables. He’s on a bold mission to change things up in online poker by trying to create a site that caters to ALL players, both recreational and professional.
Here are some thoughts on that and an opinion on whether the initiative is likely to succeed or not.