A video blog recap of the experiences I had over six days in Madrid while covering an 888poker LIVE event for the first time.
Capturing the sights and sounds of the Spanish capital while enjoying everything the beautiful Casino Gran Via has to offer, shadowing the stars at the felt, chatting it up with fantastic poker ambassadors, and telling the story of the festival’s Main Event.
Face it, folks. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe was far more interesting this year than ever before, and we all have Daniel Negreanu to thank for it. Via his daily vlogs, the Poker Hall of Famer gave us his all, and an incredibly entertaining way to be involved in the proceedings of one of the biggest poker events of the year.
At the end of his 23-day vlogging run, we pay tribute to Negreanu’s content creation efforts with this list of the five things we’ll miss most about it.
Oliver Biles has been popping up with increasing regularity lately in the poker world, and that’s because this talented vlogger and content creator has ramped up his efforts to make a name for himself.
Geoff Fisk caught up with Biles for an exclusive interview to learn more about the past Platinum Pass winner’s journey in the poker world and where he aspires to get to with continued efforts.
Names like Andrew Neeme, Brad Owen, and Jaman Burton are already familiar to fans of poker vlogging, but the medium has attracted numerous new talents who are gaining fan bases of their own.
Here are seven of the top new poker vloggers making big names for themselves in 2019.
Over my time at the 2019 European Poker Tour stop in Sochi, Russia, I made sure to have my cellphone handy at all times such that I could capture footage and document my experiences. These little clips and snippets have now all been weaved together into this video highlight clip, which I hope illustrates the entire experience was like.
I hope you enjoy experiencing the trip “through my eyes” and that it’ll perhaps convince you that making your way to Sochi sometime soon for some poker and for a genuinely fun vacation is a worthwhile proposition.
The Solve For Why crew treated the poker community to three excellent vlog series on its YouTube channel in 2018, specifically during the WSOP. Then, the videos abruptly stopped appearing.
Geoff Fisk takes a retrospective look at the popular Solve For Why vlogs, featuring feedback and quotes from two of the video creators Matt Berkey and Christian Soto, and looks ahead to what’s next for the Solve For Why crew and if fans can expect more fun video pokertainment in the near future.