Have a listen to the interview that my Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast co-host, Bruce Briggs, and I did with renowned poker author Ashley Adams. Ashley tells us all about his 50+ years playing poker, regaled us with a litany of stories about poker rooms and home games he’s played in, and tells us all about his career in the poker world as an author, part-time player, radio show host, and pure aficionado. He’s been to over 350 poker rooms! All that and plenty more for you to learn about this very interesting poker personality.
Here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog we like to bring you stories about the unique and interesting personalities that make up the poker community. One such special person is BJ Nemeth, who occupies the esteemed role of Lead Rporter for the World Poker Tour. In this iexclusive interview, we sit with BJ and ask him about his life, his poker reporting work, his hobbies and passions away from the job, and much more. Get ready to be enchanted by one of the most fascinating and eclectic individuals you’ll ever meet. We know you’ll love this in-depth look at the life of BJ Nemeth.
We’re proud and honored to bring you an interview with Kevin Mathers, one of the poker world’s most beloved personalities. Regardless of how you’re familiar with him and the work he does, there’s certainly a lot you probably don’t know about him. We’re happy to cast a spotlight on Kevin in this interview in appreciation for everything he does for the greater poker community. Read on to learn his story.
Along with my Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast co-host Bruce Briggs, I recently interviewed Chad Holloway, the Senior Editor at Pokernews.com. He’s also a World Series of Poker bracelet winner. Listen to the entirety of Episode 217 of the podcast, which includes the interview with Chad starting at the 12-minute mark. You can also read the summarized transcript.
Today’s Newsweek cover story was the straw that broke this camel’s back. I’m sick and tired of the mainstream media categorizing poker almost exclusively in the negative. What follows is a detailed description of poker’s image problem in the general public and a pointed recommendation for how it can be fixed. If you agree, I encourage you to please share with others who love the game and want to see it grow.
Bernard Lee holds a spot among the poker media elite, working at ESPN Poker, writing columns in big-name poker magazines, hosting a poker radio show for over 6 years, and having written columns in top newspapers as well as a couple poker books. He’s also won millions at the felt as a professional player. Usually he can be found interviewing some of poker’s most well-known players and personalities, so it’s a great rare privilege to have him “on the other side of the mike”. Check out our interview with Bernard Lee for a unique look at his career at and away from the felt.