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.
The 2014 World Series of Poker moves past the halfway point this week, starting with a string of repeat winners. The first Main Event winner in over a decade won another bracelet, while one of the more polarizing figures in poker won their third. Those details and much more in this edition of the BLUFF […]
Barry Greenstein isn’t sure that he’s ever called the clock on anyone in his career. He recalls one memorable hand where he considered doing so.
Barry Greenstein explains that he plays OFC on his iPad during events because younger players tend to take a long time making decisions.
Day 1B has come to a close at the EPT Season 10 Grand Final Main Event in Monaco with 427 entrants cut down to 252 after eight levels of play. German Hendrik Latz leads the field with 191,600 in chips and will begin Day 2 as the overall leader. Latz doesn’t have any major titles to his name and […]
Phil Ivey explains why he quickly bought out of a million dollar no meat bet, the realities of growing older, and why he keeps friendship and business separate. )
Barry Greenstein tells a cautionary tale as he describes in great detail the mistake he made in the PCA Main Event that ruined his chances of making a run at it.
The hottest variant of Open Face Chinese poker is currently Pineapple, but Barry Greenstein is not a fan. He would like to see PokerStars offer play money OFC.
Barry Greenstein explains why players such as Vanessa Selbst and Jason Mercier are so dangerous with a large stack, and dismisses the importance of making big laydowns in tournaments.
The WSOPE has been hosted in 3 cities in the last 7 years. WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart, and various players, address the pros and cons of each venue.
Barry Greenstein gives us a Joe Sebok update and shares his thoughts on the recent schedule conflict between the WPT World Championship and EPT Monte Carlo.
The first Eurostar train on a Sunday morning rolls out of London’s St Pancras Station at 8.24 a.m. It is rarely busy. You neither start nor finish a romantic mini-break in either Paris or London at the crack of dawn on a Sunday, and so the trays of croissants and pitchers of coffee tend to […]
Day 2 of the Season 10 EPT London Main Event was moving day with more than two-thirds of the field going out before the close of play Tuesday, leaving 106 players with a chance at victory. After running white hot on the featured table, Romanian Tudor Purice will take the chiplead into Day 3 with […]
The players fortunate enough to still be alive on Day 2A/B have completed 8 levels since the start of the 2013 WSOP Main Event and action has paused to give them time to refuel with dinner before playing two more levels tonight. Raj Vohra and Sergio Castelluccio appear to have strong holds on the chiplead […]