With the WSOP in the rear-view mirror, it can be tempting to just disconnect and treat this time as a pure vacation.
Poker mental game coach Jared Tendler has other ideas, namely, to maximize the potential of the post-WSOP downtime period through analysis and proper preparation for the coming year.
With debate once again raging about how the World Series of Poker Player of the Year formula is messed up, James Guill latched on to two-time WSOP POY Daniel Negreanu’s proposals for changes and tweaks them to reflect a more balanced point distribution mechanism.
Do you think James’ proposals would work? Have a look and have your say in the comments section.
Anyone who has ever been to the WSOP knows the sounds and sights of the Rio’s hallways. Along with the throngs of poker players bustling about, there are numerous salespeople hawking items to passersby. It turns out that many of them are Israeli.
These people are more than just vendors though. They’re hardworking people, each with their own stories. Being American-Israeli myself, I decided to get to know them better and bring their stories to light. Perhaps you’ll look at them a bit differently after reading this article.
The wait is over! After years of only having been able to purchase WSOP-branded goods and paraphernalia in person at the temporary souvenir shop set up at the Rio each summer, poker fans can now order WSOP-branded merchandise online all-year-round, right from the comfort of their homes.
Visit shop.wsop.com today to place your orders!
Get to know World Series of Poker Tournament Director and Caesars’ Vice President of International Poker Operations Jack Effel a little better in this in-depth video interview about his storied career as well as his personal life.
A transcript is also provided for your convenience. Enjoy!
It’s always fun to see your name in print, so I’m thrilled to have the chance once again, as the all-new STACKING CHIPS insert will hit the stands at the Rio as part of Casino Player magazine’s special 2017 WSOP issue.
Read on for details about what you can expect in there content-wise, as well as who the other contributing writers are. Be sure to pick up your copy – it’s free!