Shaun De Cesare provides a brief overview of the history of televised poker and its evolution over the last 20+ years.
Poker fans are lucky to be living in an age where an overwhelming amount of media content is being produced. Chief among that content is the 100+ hours of live streaming from prestigious events that PokerGO subscribers are treated to each calendar year. The Netflix-like network also produces some great original content, as well.
In a brand new miniseries of articles, Cardplayer Lifestyle has published detailed reviews of all the PokerGO original series and gives you the lowdown on what to expect when you tune in to the network during a time when there’s no live stream running. This is the hub page for our miniseries, with links to each review available within.
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!
The PokerVision Network is all set to debut with a whole slew of new poker-related content to be broadcast for fans to enjoy. Aspiring to offer poker fans and aficionados unprecedented engagement, we look into what the new network is all about and what we can expect to see once they officially launch.
Season 4 of Poker Night in America begins tonight, as Chris Hanson and Joe Stapleton call the action taking place at a table full of some of poker’s biggest names. For starters, you’ve got TV poker mainstays like Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari, and Phil Laak yuking it up at the felt. As if that weren’t entertaining enough, the table is rounded out by the world’s top Twitch Poker streamers, including Jason Somerville, Jaime Staples, Dan O’ Brien, and more. While the stakes are plenty high, the entertainment factor is what you should be tuning in for. Find out what time the action begins as well as more exciting details in this Cardplayer Lifestyle exclusive.
Big news for Poker Night in America: They’ve lured another ace – Joe Stapleton – to do commentary on the show. Stapleton joins Chris Hanson and will be sure to provide boatloads of laughs and entertainment to poker fans looking for enjoyable TV poker broadcasts. Joe officially joins the PNIA team as of Season 4 and we can’t wait to watch it. Read on for more details.