Should Underage Poker Players keep Winnings?

While most online poker players are expected to be 18 or older, we all know that there are plenty of players who don’t exactly meet the minimum age requirements. In fact, some of the world’s best players such as Annette Obrestad started out as underage players, only to eventually become poker greats. But while this […]

Peter Eastgate blows $1.7 Million on Sports Betting

After shocking the poker world by retiring from the game in 2010, when he was seemingly on top of the world after a 2009 WSOP Main Event victory and several big cashes afterward, Peter Eastgate surprised the poker world again by announcing his return. Eastgate doesn’t appear to have really lost much either after making […]

Beating the Micro Stakes

One of the funniest myths that I’ve heard in poker involves people saying that micro stakes poker can’t be beaten. This claim is usually made by players who read generic poker strategy articles that don’t pertain to any particular level. They see some advice that was written by a $2/$4 No-Limit Hold’em player, and they […]

Seidel wins Historic Tournament

I’d like to start this article on a positive note by talking about Erik Seidel’s impressive victory at the Aussie Millions, as well as his amazing start to the New Year. Seidel was one of 20 players who bought into the most expensive poker tournament in history – the $250,000 Super High Roller Event. What’s […]

Full Tilt has the Worst Poker Strategy Emails

Let me just start out by saying that this isn’t a post bashing Full Tilt Poker as a whole. In fact, I happen to like a lot of the things Full Tilt is doing including their new Multi-Entry tournaments, and Rush Poker when it was added last year. But one thing I hate is the […]

Australian Casino in Trouble after Player drinks 42 Beers

A Sydney, Australia gambler played his own version of 99 bottles of beer on the wall while he was playing poker at the Star City Casino on New Year’s. The player got about halfway there before the floor manager kicked him off of the tables. Apparently, the unidentified poker player was falling asleep at the […]

Online Poker Bill is Dead

I don’t normally like talking about the legal aspects of online poker on my blog because……well, just about every blog and poker news outlet in the world already does so. However, I thought it relevant to point out that online poker legalization is finally dead in the water since Harry Reid officially announced that he’s […]

Full Tilt Poker already pulled from Android Market

The online poker community has waited for weeks in anticipation of Full Tilt Poker’s Android application. And they weren’t disappointed since Full Tilt’s Rush Poker has gone off without a hitch ever since being introduced to Android users. Players have been able to play the extremely popular Rush Poker format from their phones without worrying […]

Affordable Poker Coaching Methods

When most people hear the term “poker coaching,” they immediately think expensive and out of their budget. But the truth is that poker coaching is a lot more affordable than you think – especially if you opt to go with the traditional online method over face-to-face meetings. In online poker coaching, the coach will require […]

Omaha Poker: The High End Game

Texas Hold’em doesn’t look to be dethroned as the world’s top poker game anytime soon. Hold’em is easy to pick up, and most poker tournaments deal with Hold’em so it’s only going to get more popular. However, if you’re tired of taking bad beats and constantly dealing with the “luck” aspect, perhaps you should give […]

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