Having added hundreds of thousands in prize money to his lifetime winnings during the 2019 EPT festival in Barcelona, Charlie Carrel can truly be said to be crushing it as of late.
Geoff Fisk sat with him for a short conversation to get some insight into how he preps for poker play, covering topics like fitness, wellness, diet, and more.
Ever since becoming a Team PokerStars Pro in April, Kalidou Sow has been a busy man. Geoff Fisk managed to catch up with him briefly in between tournaments Sow participated in at the 2019 European Poker Tour Barcelona festival for a brief interview.
In it we learn a bit about what drives Sow as a player, as well as his goals for the near future.
In 2018, Muskan Sethi became the first female Indian sponsored poker pro. In this interview from the 2019 EPT Barcelona, she shares what he last 18 months as a Team PokerStars pro have been like, some insights as to what it means to try and promote poker in India, and her favorite charitable causes to support.
PokerStars Team Pro Lex Veldhuis wears many hats. From streaming his online play on Twitch to his ambassadorial role to commentating on prestigious live poker events, he’s certainly got a lot going on. Oh, and there’s also Lex Live!
Geoff Fisk caught up with Lex during the 2019 PokerStars EPT Barcelona stop for an interview to learn more about how he not only juggles all his responsibilities, but continues to excel at all aspects of poker after more than 15 years in the game.
Just ahead of the 2019 PokerStars European Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event, Geoff Fisk sat down with PokerStars Team Pro Andre Akkari for an interview.
We learn more about Andre’s preparations for this annual tournament, what he loves about the Barcelona tour stop, what it means for him to represent PokerStars and much more!
In the latest installment in our ongoing Get to Know the Poker Media series, we interview Yori Epskamp. Prior to beginning to work in the poker industry, the Dutchman used to be a professional poker player.
In this interview, we learn about Yori’s personal life and hobbies, how he first got into poker, and the fascinating path he took from deciding to play the game professionally until eventually becoming the Head of Live Reporting for PokerNews.