AboutBart Shirley, Author at BonusCodePoker
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.
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.
Hossein Ensan and the pun potential of his name are celebrated after poker media writers across the globe go Hossein in the membrane for the limitless headline opportunities.
WSOP commentator Norman Chad has taken his trademark self deprecating humor to a new level to prove he is having the worse day out of everyone.
A poker player who said “how hard can it be?” lays in a Las Vegas ICU after suffering injuries from a Bellagio fountain high wire stunt.
With 89 bracelets available at the 2019 WSOP, it’s now arguably easier than ever to win a gold bracelet, but should mediocre human beings like Bart Shirley ever have a realistic chance of winning one?
A rant on why the WSOP Main Event should be a shootout event to ensure the world’s biggest poker event awards a true “world champion” and not a luckbox.