The UK has always been a hotbed of poker activity and 2020 is shaping up to be another stellar year for British poker. In this article we list some of the major poker events on schedule next year that’ll be held throughout the UK.
While we all love the game of poker, like other gambling games it could lead those with the tendency towards problem gambling to a dark place. Programs like Gamstop, in the UK, are around to make sure things don’t get too out of hand for online poker players with a gambling problem. This article explains in a bit more detail.
UK student poker enthusiast Calum Grant feels that the poker scene in the UK is rather stagnant and in need of an infusion of new action and excitement. In this op-ed, he argues that Short Deck poker could be the catalyst for this to happen, and explains why introducing the game to UK poker rooms is beneficial to players and casinos alike.
The Brits will be out in full force at the 2018 WSOP, hoping to win more bracelets and make their country proud. In particular, there are a handful of players from the UK who’ve made a splash at the felt in the past and who will be looking to have repeat success this summer.
Here, then, is our list of five UK players to watch at the 2018 World Series of Poker.
If you’ve ever been to the UK, you know it’s a place where the idea of gambling, whether in a land-based establishment or online, is deeply rooted in the culture.
Over the past couple of decades the growth of the UK’s gambling industry has been nothing short of astonishing. Here, then, is a look back at the numbers that tell the full story.
If you’re in or headed over to the UK in this month of September, you’ll find that it’s a truly poker-mad country. There’s always great poker going on in the UK, but September in particular has a number of excellent poker tournaments taking place that you won’t want to miss. They truly make UK poker awesome in September.