Can you predict the next World Champion of poker? Sure, anybody can. But statistics like tournament results, over-all poker skills and number of cashes aren't the key - it's Geography.
Compncards: Joe, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with the Poker Junkie faithful.
With the iPhone, online poker reaches the next level of mobility. Now you can actually play poker anywhere with people around the globe.
Six $1000 events and a new $50K Championship Event. Those are the biggest news when Harrah's released the 2010 WSOP schedule.
When the All Time Money List is adjusted for inflation, Phil Hellmuth passes Phil Ivey and takes first place. The biggest improver is Doyle Brunson.
The poker industry suffers from a rakeback problem that's slowly suffocating the business. Bodog Network proposes a new solution to the rakeback problem. Let's have a look at it.
Online poker players are being penalized for winning. Is this a blackjack syndrome - "winners will be banned" - or a way for poker networks to control the fish-to-shark ratio?
What should you look for when you open your first poker account: A large poker bonus or a rakeback deal?
Digital artist Nico di Mattia portraits Mike Matusow for Poker Junkie. Watch the video here or on Youtube.
Today I am talking with Matt "All In At 420" Stout. Matt finished in 3rd on Sunday at WPT's Foxwoods World Poker Finals. His 3rd place finish was good for a hefty payday of $265,710. Matt has agreed to take a few minutes of his time to talk to the Poker Junkie nation.