On this episode of the Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews Maria Konnikova, accomplished poker player and author of the new book The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win.
Maria talks about her 3.5-year long odyssey in the poker world, which saw her get coached by Poker Hall of Famer Erik Seidel, climb to great heights and big wins, and being a PokerStars sponsored pro.
Bots and collusion in online poker are an extremely hot topic in the poker community these days. For the first time ever, PokerStars’ Game Integrity Department has publicly released numbers relating to their on-site security efforts.
In addition to an infographic sharing these numbers, we’ve got an exclusive Q&A with representatives of the company’s Gaming Integrity Department. Their answers to our questions are quite eye-opening, indeed!
Online poker home games are booming in the coronavirus era, especially those hosted on PokerStars.
As such, we checked in with PokerStars ambassadors Chris Moneymaker, GJ Reggie, Fintan Hand, and Felix Schneiders to hear about their personal online home game poker game experiences.
Alexis Sterner is one of nine finalists who have been shortlisted to potentially win a Platinum Pass as part of PokerStars’ International Women’s Day competition.
We caught up with the registered nurse and poker player for a Q&A on what it’s like to have a shot at the big prize and to get her thoughts on women in poker.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews three-time Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) and two-time WSOP bracelet winner, Kristen Bicknell.
Kristen describes the details of the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event, in which she finished in 2nd place after a 10-way ICM chop.
Kristen also discusses her career online and live including the current Poker Masters being held online on partypoker and also recently being named Female GPI Player of the Year (POY) at the 2020 GPI Global Poker Awards for the third consecutive time.
Kudos to PokerStars for continuing to advocate for increased women’s involvement in poker. They’ve just announced a second ladies-exclusive initiative giving the poker community the opportunity to nominate inspiring, impactful women for the chance to win a Platinum Pass to the 2020 PSPC in Barcelona.
It’s a promotion guaranteed to stir positivity and highlight the great women who promote the game we love. Half a dozen such women will be gathered together at a future live event for a Sit N’ Go to determine which lucky lady will get the Pass.