Poker Scene | World Series of Poker Week 1 didn’t start so well for the family. Due to an unforeseen family emergency, my husband and I were unable to attend the opening week of the WSOP.view
One Mann's Opinion | The most anticipated poker event of the year, the 48th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) has begun at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas as players from over 100 countries commence what can be an almost two-month journey.view
Heavenly Poker | Professionals (pros), amateurs and recreational players – these terms are often bandied about in the poker world. Personally, I am a recreational player, but do not regard myself as an amateur.view
Poker by George | Poker is a game of information – actually partial info. You will never have all you would like. Using tells is one way to gain that.view
Poker Profiles | We travel north this month, to Santa Fe Station, one of the only poker rooms in the northwest area and a popular one at that! Wally Womer is the poker room manager and has been at Santa Fe for the past three years.view
Heavenly Poker | We are all only human and have emotions as we react to the various situations in which we often find ourselves. I can assure you there will be many occasions while playing poker that your inner feelings – your emotions – will be tested.view
Less than two months after Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa hosted its first World Series of Poker circuit event, the international tour has announced it will return to the casino March 15-26, 2018.view
The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is the most luxurious resort on the Fremont Street Experience, and consistently receives critical acclaim for exceeding customer expectations.view
Heavenly Poker | Is playing poker easy or hard? As a matter of fact, it’s both. It’s easy to learn how to play. You can do that in 15-20 minutes with any poker teacher, or by just reading about it in a poker book.view
Poker by George | You are a regular/frequent player at a local casino or cardroom. After playing there two or three times a week for several years, you become somewhat familiar with the “regulars” who also play there quite often.view
The World Series of Poker (WSOP), conducted at the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, has announced a major presentation change ending the “November Nine” format in which the final table players waited months to complete the tournament.view
Poker Scene | The Gardens Casino in Hawaiian Gardens has partnered with the World Poker Tour and will bring the WPT500 for the first time to California. The WPT500 is a series of international tournaments with an accessible buy-in starting at $550 held at premiere casino properties around the globe.view
Poker Scene | The California State Poker Championship at Commerce Casino continues this week with a variety of events to help you build your bankroll before the World Series of Poker begins at the end of the month.view
Poker by George | Poker players come in all sizes and shapes. Their playing traits can be tight, loose (including chasers and calling-stations), passive, aggressive, and deceptive (including bluffing, slow-playing, trapping and check-raising) – and often combinations of these.view
Penn National Gaming is the first casino operator in Pennsylvania to apply for a license to offer sports betting in the state, now that regulators cleared it to begin. Penn National submitted a 107-page application to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Friday.
The W hotel brand is leaving the Las Vegas Strip. The SLS casino-hotel on Wednesday announced it will assume control of the W Las Vegas, which currently occupies one of the property’s three towers.
An organization working to legalize casinos in Arkansas says it raised more than $1 million last month from two American Indian tribes in neighboring Oklahoma.
Hollywood Casino in Charles Town is the first casino licensed to offer sports betting in West Virginia. The West Virginia Lottery Commission made the announcement Monday. The casino expects to start accepting bets Sept. 1.
NASCAR is on its way, Sept. 13 thru Sept. 16, to the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” Las Vegas, with a series of “fan-centric” events to promote the South Point 400, this year’s kick off event for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.