Face it, folks. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe was far more interesting this year than ever before, and we all have Daniel Negreanu to thank for it. Via his daily vlogs, the Poker Hall of Famer gave us his all, and an incredibly entertaining way to be involved in the proceedings of one of the biggest poker events of the year.
At the end of his 23-day vlogging run, we pay tribute to Negreanu’s content creation efforts with this list of the five things we’ll miss most about it.
Mike Patrick has been a Phil Hellmuth fan ever since the Poker Boom days and has the many pictures and Hellmuthian baubles to prove it. This article pays tribute to the legendary Poker Brat as Mike describe how he — like his poker idol — found himself in a situation where he managed to dodge bullets, baby.
Be sure to check out this enjoyable poker story.
If you’re familiar with the poker world at all, it’s easy to get a sense of who the most popular players are at any given time. For hard stats to back up player popularity, however, you’ve got to look to the Hendon Mob.
As poker fans the world over love looking up the stats of their favorite players, it’s easy to determine which poker pros are currently the most popular and which have enjoyed longstanding popularity for years. Here’s an in-depth look at the Hendon Mob’s poker player popularity charts.
While Phil Hellmuth continues to prove the haters wrong, recently adding a 15th WSOP bracelet to his career total, a number of players have “kept pace with him,” also having managed to win five since Phil won his 10th over a decade ago.
This article lists those players and looks at other players who, if they can continue to sustain their bracelet-winning pace, might give Phil Hellmuth a run for his money in the future. That assumes, of course, that Hellmuth will slow down, which might never happen.
Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi just won his third career Poker Players Championship event at the 2018 WSOP. The feat has the entire poker world buzzing, calling it one of the greatest achievements in poker history.
In the wake of Mizrachi’s win, we took a look at a number of other great WSOP performances and listed the five we felt stood out among the rest as truly epic. Have a look and see if you agree with our picks.
A show about home poker games starring Saturday Night Lie alumnus Chris Parnell. Produced as an original series by PokerGO, and also featuring all-time WSOP bracelet leader Phil Hellmuth in a guest starring role. What could go wrong?
Unfortunately, quite a few things. While there are some redeeming merits to Poker Nights, overall it struggles to hit the high notes, as James Guill writes in this review.