A few final thoughts to conclude the ‘Thoughts on Poker’ series.
Online poker changed poker forever. And nothing is more important for the growth of this game than its return.
Coaching and training sites can turn the fishes into the sharks. But at what cost?
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 7B: Tracking Sites and Online Tools
Are script-seating, HUDS, and tracking software -EV in the long run? Part B examines some of their lasting effects.
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 7A: Tracking Sites and Online Tools
Script-seating, HUDS, and tracking software are amazingly helpful in the short-term. But are they -EV in the long run?
Thoughts on Poker: How to Grow Poker’s Popularity and Global Appeal Part 6: Shades, Headphones & Hoodies
Sunglasses, headphones and hoodies do more harm than good for the game. And here’s why.
How can we ignite another booker boom? It all starts with the WSOP Main Event champion.
The November Nine is poker’s most important final table, but it may be alienating potential fans.
And here’s why.
Why have the ratings dipped? And how can televised poker become the global event it once was? Well, a few ways.
Why have the ratings dipped? And how can televised poker become the global event it once was? Well, there are a few ways.
If done correctly, the largest televised tournaments can become bigger, better and more lucrative every single year. I call this the ‘Tournament Virtuous Cycle.’
Table talk is slowly evolving out of today’s game. But a little table chatter may actually yield positive long term results. Here’s why.
Many satellites are no longer required-entry satellites. And that option, that tiny little detail, has changed everything. Here’s why.
If all you had in the world was $1 million, would you risk it all on a coin flip to win $10 million?
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.
David ‘Devilfish’ Ulliott, who passed away this spring, was one of the game’s more colorful characters, and a candidate for the WSOP Hall of Fame this year.