Articles by: Thomas Keeling
Matt Glantz doesn’t feel that there should be so much emphasis on “builders” in the Poker Hall of Fame. He also comments on the rise of casinos on the east coast.
We spotted Amanda Musumeci with a massive tower of chips yesterday in the CSOP at Borgata. You wouldn’t know it from her modest attitude, but she went on to win the event.
There’s some funny business going on in the Poker Hall of Fame, and Daniel Negreanu has some strong opinions on it. Alex Lakhov wins a WPT title, and the BLUFF staff prepares to cover the next stop.
The Poker Hall Of Fame nominees are in, and we try to make sense of additions like Bob Hooks and omissions like John Juanda. Daniel Negreanu shares his thoughts.
BLUFF 60 is a snapshot of all the stories and goings on at BLUFF week-to-week.
Our hosts cover the historic overlay in the SHRPO Main Event and drama in the high roller. We also debate whether online specialists belong in the Hall of Fame.
BLUFF is proud to present the Doug Polk Show. In the pilot episode, Doug is joined by Jason Mo, who recently had a conflict with Scott Seiver at the SHRPO high roller.
Our hosts tackle political slogans on t-shirts, tournament gimmicks, the culling of sponsored pros, and Gus Hansen’s legacy. Ultimate Poker pro Danielle Andersen joins us.
Our hosts catch up on the latest headlines and debate the merits of quantum reload tournaments. Barry Greenstein joins to discuss Poker Hall of Fame candidates.
Bruno Politano has an energetic group of Brazilian supporters cheering him on as he makes his bid for the WSOP Main Event final table. He’s ready.
Bryan Devonshire is not pleased with $200 tournaments running alongside the Main Event and considers it a distraction. He’d prefer they move to Brasilia, or at least run some kickball.
Eddy Sabat is pumped up, with a healthy stack in the Main Event and fewer than 40 players remaining. He shrugs off Matthew Waxman’s criticism of his celebration.
Leif Force has good reason to enjoy himself at the table. He’s got a lot of chips with less than 50 players remaining in the WSOP Main Event. He doesn’t mind the concurrent Dailies.
As a few hundred people played for tens of millions of dollars in the Main Event, a daily deepstack was running in the same room. Matthew Waxman didn’t mind.