If over a decade’s worth of experiences at the felt have taught Chris Wallace anything, it’s that fame is fleeting and money comes and goes, but relationships can be built to last.
In this article, Chris illustrates that it’s the people you meet along the way as you take your poker journey that make the experiences so enjoyable and worthwhile.
For all it’s pageantry and fanfare, the World Series of Poker seems to have perhaps grown too big for its britches. After 15 years headquartered in the Rio, it seems the time has come for the greatest tournament festival in all of poker to turn over a new leaf and begin a new chapter at a new location.
In this essay, I attempt to capture the multitude of feelings and emotions I’m going through as I prepare to enter and play in my first World Series of Poker bracelet event.
Almost 30 years after having learned the game as a kid around the kitchen table, after over 16 years of being a hardcore poker fan, and after close to a decade being involved in poker media, it’s finally time to take my seat at the table and commence #bracelethunting at the WSOP.
“What to do about food” is always a popular topic for poker players at the WSOP, but for those who keep a strictly kosher diet, knowing the available options is absolutely critical. There are plenty of great kosher restaurants throughout the city of Las Vegas, as well as a number of kosher supermarkets at which to purchase a wide variety of kosher food items.
Here, then, is the ultimate guide to keeping kosher in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker (as well as throughout the rest of the year), including a complete listing of all kosher establishments and marketplaces.
Having attended the World Series of Poker for a few years now, I’ve got a good deal of experience under my belt. Based on those experiences, to mark the 50th annual WSOP, I’ve put together a list of 50 tips to ensure you have a great time on your upcoming trip to Las Vegas this summer.
Within the list of 50 tips is advice regarding everything from accommodation and transportation to table etiquette, food and beverages, WSOP registration, and much more. Enjoy!
Seasoned cash game players Roy Cooke, Andrew Neeme, Brad Owen, and Tim “The Trooper97” Watts form our panel of poker experts this month to provide their best tips to players heading to Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker specifically to play cash games.
These veterans of the Las Vegas-based poker scene have a unique and expert perspective as locals and their tips to visiting players will certainly offer plenty of unparalleled value.