Poker Industry Topics

How Poker Players Can Learn from Market Traders
May 20, 2018 by Randy Ray
Many parallels can be drawn between the stock market and poker. In fact, some poker pros, like 3-time WSOP champ Vanessa Selbst, have moved on to become professional investors. Poker and the stock market are relatable because they both involve…
A Guide to Running Your Own Poker Tournament
May 14, 2018 by Randy Ray
Many experienced poker players have a good idea of how tournaments run. After all, they've experienced the seat assignments, buy-in levels, and varying rules from one tourney to the next. But running a poker tournament involves more nuances than the…
Eating Right at the Rio During the WSOP
April 10, 2018 by Randy Ray
The 2018 World Series of Poker (WSOP) is fast approaching, so it’s time for poker players to plan their annual pilgrimage to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. But while card sharks everywhere are thinking about all…
The Biggest Online Poker Tournaments
April 7, 2018 by Sam Welch
Poker boomed in the mid-2000s and is continuing to grow today. When the old brass of the World Series of Poker was taken down by a new wave of fresh, college-aged kids, David Williams was perhaps the most shining example.…
Ten Types of Poker Players
April 1, 2018 by Dwight Voughn
For the last 20 years, I’ve played a boatload of poker. Over that extended period, I’ve sat at tables with hundreds of different players. However, it occurred to me many years ago that there always seems to be the same…
5 Poker Bluffing Mistakes That Are Costing You Money
March 27, 2018 by Jason Lee
There are not a lot of better feelings in the game of poker than the feeling you get when you see your opponent’s cards fly into the muck as you’re attempting to pull off a massive bluff. There’s just this…