High-Stakes Sharks and the Wolves of Wall Street
It’s often said that poker skills translate well into good business acumen, and the high-flying world of Wall Street seems to be the perfect training ground to prove this.
Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.
As prop bets go the money isn’t huge, but for David Walton and Tony Cousineau it’s a sweetener to a battle of political wills which are poles apart.
California pro Hafiz Khan doesn’t often hit the headlines, but when he does it’s usually courtesy of a massive win.
Receiving an unexpected €11000 bonus by mistake from your favourite poker site might seem like a cool story to tell your friends.
The eagerly-anticipated Aussie Millions festival kicked off this week and the opening event has been won by Austrian Benedikt Eberle.
Wichita’s illegal underground poker games have hit the headlines again this week with serving and former police officers among those charged.
Global Poker’s ‘Grizzly Games’ kicked off last Sunday and it was a player called ‘wagawaga’ who took down the opening event.
It was a return to the days of his youth for 33-year old Jason Strasser as he took down the WSOP Circuit Main Event in Choctaw some 10 years after giving up the pro poker life.
Wichita duo 67-year old Danny Chapman and 46-year old Daven Flax were indicted on a number of charges.
Seven years on from his first recorded cash, German Ole Schemion showed once again that home advantage can be a real driver of success.