Geoff Fisk has done a good amount of traveling in his work as a poker live reporter, but he still has quite a few destinations to knock off his bucket list.
In this article, Geoff lists his top 5 dream poker trips to venues located both in the U.S. and abroad.
The poker world saw plenty of memorable moments in 2020. From the WSOP Online Summer Series temporarily replacing the in-person WSOP at the Rio in Las Vegas to grudge matches, big name returns and more, here’s a rundown of 6 of the most memorable things that happened in poker this year.
On this week’s episode of Poker Headlines, Gillian is joined once again by Maureen Bloechlinger to discuss changes made to the Doug Polk/Daniel Negreanu grudge match, Jonathan Duhamel’s legal issues with the Canada Revenue Agency, the new 888poker mobile app, and the upcoming season of High Stakes Poker.
There’s been a lot of buzz and anticipation about the impending opening of the all-new PokerGO Studio at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas. A mere week after the grand opening, I got to check out the first ever permanent home for televised poker and it certainly lives up to the hype.
In this photo essay, I’ll take you on a virtual tour of the facilities. Once you check it out, I guarantee that you’ll want to come and visit this place in person; it’s simply phenomenal!