Local pro Chris ‘Fox’ Wallace is part of recently launched Grinder University, a new poker training site that takes a very different approach to teaching the game we all love. … READ MORE
You Decide What’s the Best Play – By CardPlayer News Team – Jan. 24, 2013 – Here’s a hand Matt Kirby was involved with during the Final Table of the WSOP Circuit Choctaw event – Read more…
By: John Douglas
Published on Feb 4th, 2012
It’s not easy playing poker professionally. From a nocturnal lifestyle to the ebb and flow of your bankroll to the mental rigors of tough decisions, poker players experience the gamut of emotions on a daily basis. … READ MORE
by Card Player News Team | Published: Jan 17, 2012 – Poker hands have many names. Depending on who you ask, Ace-King can be called Big Slick, Anna Kournikova or, if you’re old enough, Walking Back To Houston. (Google it.) … READ MORE
I’m having a blast getting the opportunity to follow Blake on his WSOP journey. I’ve learned a ton already in just the last couple of days on how to approach big time, deep, multi-day tourneys. One always thinks they know poker but there’s a lot of things involved other than just playing your cards in … READ MORE
by Bodog Poker | Jan 12 2011
With the advent of online poker, there’s a whole generation of players who have never stepped into a casino or even sat down to play in a friendly basement game with friends. The thing is, bigger challenges — and bigger rewards — await players who sit down in … READ MORE
Phil Gordon and Andrew Feldman are joined by Minnesota’s Jason Senti, the short stack of the November Nine, who talks about what his strategy will be.
This is a great interview, it starts only 2 minutes into the podcast. Senti talks a lot of strategy.
The Poker Edge 8/5: http://sports.espn.go.com/espnradio/podcast/archive?id=2509922
Bryan Mileski is the President and … READ MORE
For a guy who owns a successful seamless gutters and insulation business, poker is just another way for Clay Lipke to keep his mind as sharp as his business sense. And with three Minnesota Poker League state championship prize packages under his belt, one national championship win and a cash-out in a 2007 … READ MORE
This is a long blog but stick with me. There is a great point at the end, it is worth it.
For those that know me well you’re aware that I’m a regular on the Cake Poker scene. I’ve established a very steady, consistent income playing there the past couple of years. The upside to … READ MORE