The story of John Henry battling it out vs. a rail driving machine is a well known legend. Recently, WSOP bracelet winner Chris Wallace got to wondering how the story would sound if the tale were adopted to the poker felt.
With that in mind, he came up with this fun creative writing story. We hope you enjoy it.
While it’s of course a player’s responsibility to pay attention at the table, having to put up with a dealer who isn’t up to par can become pretty insufferable, especially if they keep on making mistakes that affect the outcome of the game.
In this month’s Ask the Poker Experts column, we polled four poker legends – Jan Fisher, Maria Ho, Matt Savage, and Mike Sexton – to see how they would deal with such a situation. It’s a tough question, but also not an uncommon situation that poker players have to deal with. Let’s see how our experts would respond.
We can learn a lot from and be inspired by people who follow their dreams. Ryan Sackett had a dream of becoming a live poker dealer. He decided not to “let life get in the way” and decided to pursue those dreams.
Now, he’s a successful poker dealer. Read more about his story and get inspired.
Typically, experience and expertise are things worth paying a premium for. It’s time for the WSOP to change the status quo and do the same, as far as dealer compensation is concerned.
This blog post calls for poker players to sign a petition, asking that the WSOP begin rewarding their dealers based on experience and excellence. It is my sincere hope that you support the initiative.
The World Series of Poker has announced that they’re looking to hire a number of dealers to work the tables at next summer’s bracelet events. Cardplayer Lifestyle gives you the scoop on the requirements, training required, and more.
Cardplayer Lifestyle is pleased to bring you an exclusive in-depth interview with top World Series of Poker Dealer Shaun Harris, a.k.a., “Shaun the Dealer”. He speaks with us about having a unique front-row-seat perspective at the WSOP, shares stories about top poker players, and opens up about how he got to be the most famous dealer in poker.