Poker players share their New Year’s resolutions on Twitter. Online Poker reaches a major milestone. Check out these stories and more in the Wednesday Hit and Run.
Poker New Year’s Resolutions Shared on Twitter
It’s that time of year when people start working on their resolutions for the New Year. Daniel Negreanu released his 2017 poker results as well as his New Years resolutions for 2018. Vanessa Selbst announced a New Year’s resolution of sorts when she announced a retirement from poker.
Some poker players have posted their New Year’s resolutions on Twitter. Doug Polk, 2017 WSOP Main Event winner Scott Blumstein and Kara Scott are among those who have weighed in about 2018.
I learned a lot this year… Mainly that impossible doesn't exist. I urge you to spend the next 365 days LEARNING. Get better at something you think you're already good at. Change for the better. Seek happiness. #whatasim
— Scott Blumstein (@SBlum2711) January 1, 2018
– On January 1st 1998 the first hand of online poker was dealt on Planet Poker, marking twenty years since the game of poker would forever be changed. Steve Ruddock recaps some of the highs and lows the industry has experienced for the last two decades.
– With the announcement of the PokerStars Players Championship and the return of the Online Millions, 2018 is set to be a big year for online tournaments. Barry Carter from Poker Strategy takes a look at some of the ways that players can qualify for free.
– Michigan looks to be among the states hoping to keep the regulation momentum going during 2018.
– 2018 could be a big year for sports betting legalization in the United States. Online Poker Report’s Eric Ramsey examines whether a positive decision in the landmark Supreme Court case could lead to positive developments for online gambling.
– ICYMI: high stakes sports bettor who has been linked to professional athletes has been banned from Las Vegas sportsbooks.
– Grinderschool.com poker training video of the day is the conclusion of the “MTT Lecture” series. This episode discusses various post-flop play decisions in MTTs.