James Guill writes that poker needs more enthusiasm, and he’s right. But enthusiasm and caution are not mutually exclusive, and criticism is not negativity.
The poker media is often criticized as being overly pro-industry, but is it all about money? Here’s how to use the voice you didn’t know you had.
Writer Remko Rinkema and professional Twitter troll Jason Mo will face off this Friday on Joey Ingram’s podcast, to debate ethics in poker journalism.
Daniel Negreanu has said that only elite players can produce the best poker books and videos, but there’s more to teaching than just knowing the material.
If you’re looking for a wealth of information about online poker and where to play, PokerStop.com is a good place to start.
A review of online poker humor site Melted Felt, an Onion-style news parody site
We review another entry into the increasingly crowded field of online poker magazines. Poker Verdict – worth your bookmark?
Some sites choose to focus on one aspect of poker or another such as news, strategy, or maybe even a forum. There are some though that attempt to cover every facet of the game and FlopTurnRiver.com definitely falls into this description as they hit pretty much all the categories with regards to Texas Hold’em. [...]
Most people like taking credit for their work if they have the option to do so or at least enjoy putting their name out there to be seen. However, the author of Hardboiledpoker.blogspot.com prefers to go operate anonymously going by the moniker of Short-Stacked Shamus while dispensing numerous posts about poker.
Movies and TV dramas have made their attempts at depicting what really goes on with poker players behind the scenes and on the road. And so far most of them have failed miserably in delivering anything that’s even close to being realistic about the subject (anyone ever watch the old ESPN series “Tilt”?). [...]