Despite overwhelming odds and vocal detractors, a Council Bluffs Man has successfully completed a $1,000 to $0 bankroll challenge, even leaving fellow bankroll challenge-ite Doug Polk impressed. “Hats off, man. Hats off.”
In a sign of solidarity to many in the sports world, poker players across the globe are attempting to stage so-called “Kneels for Deals” protests during tournament director “Shuffle Up and Deal” announcements.
Iodine, not bad beats is becoming the number one concern of live poker players with players increasingly unsettled over fears of widespread use, including by none other than Fedor Holz.
Poor etiquette and manners at live poker tables could be a thing of the past as the World Series of Poker will begin mandating etiquette training for all bracelet winners beginning in 2018.
A 89 year old West Virginia poker player was recently observed pretending to comprehend reverse implied odds while two nearby whippersnappers discussed strategy at a local 1/2 game.
Todd Brunson is among a growing list of pros becoming increasingly worried over a loose-passive Las Vegas regular who suddenly plays world class poker when drunk.
King’s Casino owner Leon Tsoukernik has sued everybody he has encountered since countersuing Matt Kirk for $2 million earlier this month.
Contrary to initial reports, a naked man recently seen at the Bellagio has been identified as a T-1200 sent back from the year 2049 to destroy a Holz/Polk/Cates alliance to save poker as we know it before it forms.
Local tournament director Neil Anderson calls idol Matt Savage the “Jesus Christ” of tournament directors but remains too nervous to ask Savage for his autograph.