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WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Matt Savage

Matt Savage is one of ten candidates short-listed for the WSOP Hall of Fame this year. He is the current Executive Director of the WPT and former tournament director of the WSOP.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Terry Rogers

Terry Rogers is one of ten candidates for induction into the WSOP Hall of Fame for 2015; he is the founder of the Irish Poker Open and the man who brought Hold’em to Europe.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Max Pescatori

Max Pescatori is Italy’s most popular professional poker player, and one of ten candidates this year for inclusion in the WSOP Hall of Fame.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Carlos Mortensen

Carlos Mortensen is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions and still the only player to have won both the WSOP Main Event and the WPT World Championship.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: John Juanda

John Juanda is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions, and very likely a favorite to get in this year.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Jennifer Harman

Jennifer Harman is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions, and the most frequent repeat candidate not yet to find induction.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios – Bruno Fitoussi

Bruno Fitoussi is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions. A lifelong dilettante, he’s equal parts poker player and poker businessman.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: David Chiu

David Chiu is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions. A five-time WSOP bracelet winner, he is renowned for his observational skills and his aptitude for fixed-limit games.

WSOP Hall of Fame Bios: Chris Bjorin

Chris Bjorin is one of ten candidates for this year’s WSOP Hall of Fame inductions. He is one of poker’s most consistently successful, yet elusive players.

Andrew Barber on Poker, Economics and Ethics Pt. 4

Andrew Barber is an accomplished poker player and now the owner of a WSOP gold bracelet. He has strong opinions on the ethics of poker, charity and the idea of ‘effective altruism.’

Andrew Barber on Poker, Economics and Ethics Pt. 3

Andrew Barber is an accomplished poker player and now the owner of a WSOP gold bracelet. He believes that poker does have a future, but that the current model is unsustainable.

Andrew Barber on Poker, Economics and Ethics Pt. 2

Andrew Barber is an accomplished poker player and now the owner of a WSOP gold bracelet. He has some advice for those interested in buying action from tournament players.

Andrew Barber on Poker, Economics and Ethics Pt. 1

Andrew Barber is an accomplished poker player and now the owner of a WSOP gold bracelet, but he sees some ethical issues in the modern poker world, particularly when it comes to selling action.

Poker Rankings Update: Zinno Continues to Surge

Anthony Zinno continues to surge up the overall rankings, while also holding down Player of the Year status for both GPI and BLUFF. Mercier and Seiver are also doing well.

Poker AI with Eric Jackson, Part 3

Eric Jackson is a computer scientist with an interest in poker AI. This is the third and final instalment of an interview with him about his work.