Well, it happened again. BonusCodePoker, the legendary poker satire site beloved by millions, has been snubbed by the Global Poker Awards for a sixth straight year.
Poker pro James Hopkins is being sued by his backers over a failed staking deal. The suit has caused other backers to ask “you can do that?”
In its latest announcement of 2020 events, the WSOP is stirring up mixed reactions by offering “Spare Change” gold bracelet tourneys, allowing players the chance at a bracelet for less than the cost of a Big Mac.
As the Thirst Lounge prepares for the Galfond Challenge, the 10-member team is trying not to dwell on their subpar performance against normal opponents.
Accused cheater Mike Postle is negotiating terms with Phil Galfond to participate in the Galfond Challenge. Postle’s primary stipulation? Hats.
In a Christmas Eve miracle, 7-time WSOP bracelet winner Men Nguyen found himself visited by the ghost of old poker-playing friend Eskimo Clark, who helped “The Master” learn a few life lessons and discover the true meaning of Christmas.
Some say it was just a standard hand of poker while others have notoriously dubbed it the “Great Misread Hand of 2009.” Regardless of how you feel about the “Hand Heard Around the World, the fact remains that some lives were never the same.
A Houston poker player dubbed a “calling station” defends actions and refuses to apologize after complaining that his opponents never respect his raises.
Book Review: No-Limit Hold’em For Advanced Players – For Tough Games By Matthew Janda, Or, Why I’m Too Stupid To Play Poker AnymoreNovember 4, 2019 | Bart Shirley
I can’t even: A brutally honest personal review of Matthew Janda’s “No-Limit Hold’em For Advanced Players” and why I realize I might be too simple-minded to play poker in 2019.
Recognizing a huge void in the live streaming cheating market, Mike Postle is set to introduce the “Crotch Cradle” phone holder, which boasts effortless viewing of God-Mode software, minimizing stiff necks.