Twitter is where it’s at if you’re looking to be a part of the poker community on social media. That said, finding sources of positivity within the community can sometimes be a challenge.
We’ve put together our list of the top 21 accounts you need to follow for positivity in poker. Let us know who else ought to have made the list.
Televised poker broadcasts were all the rage back in the game’s golden years, and to a large extent that’s because of the great characters we saw on camera.
In this article, Geoff Fisk reminisces about 10 of the top poker players he’d love to see back on TV, to provide great entertainment for fans once again.
Tony G. is one of the “old school” poker personalities who rose to fame in the game’s golden era from his energetic TV appearances and outlandish outbursts of excitement. An accomplished businessman and former European parliamentarian, Tony spent a few years away from poker until only recently returning.
In this feature interview, we learn what sparked Tony’s return to the felt, and hear his thoughts on having the heart to succeed, whether at the poker tables, with one’s health, or at any other endeavor in life.
Cardplayer Lifestyle is among the first poker news outlets in the world to bring you the recap of the just-completed 2012 Aussie Millions $100,000 High Roller Challenge. Dan Smith took down the event and won over AUD 1 million!
As the CardPlayerLifeStyle poker blog reported back in July, 2008 WSOP Main Event champion Peter Eastgate no longer wants to be a part of the poker world. Having made his fortune (over $9 million) in poker, Eastgate cited lost interest in the game and wishes to move on to other pursuits.