Nolan Dalla's Warning About an Online Poker Ban Should Not Be Ignored
Rewind to late 2013 when Sheldon Adelson announced that he
was going to form a Coalition to Stop Intenet Gambling. Many in the poker community scoffed at the audacity of the
man and many felt that he had little to no chance of
winning. Then RAWA appeared and again people scoffed at Adelson. RAWA didn't go away and by the time the Lame Duck rolled
around, and all of a sudden, he was a credible threat.
If Poker Is Evil - Then Evil Must Be Good
There is a video floating around the poker community where
Nolan Dalla is making fun of Daniel Colman's claim that
poker. Check it out below. The whole Daniel Colman situation reminds me of the movie
Vampire in Brooklyn and the scene where the vampire (played
by Eddie Murphy) was preaching that "Evil must be Good. "
I think we can all agree that earning $20 million in a year
Vampire in Brooklyn
Poker Needs More Hot Redheads
I was up late, as usual, and I got to thinking about how
that poker could be made better. Knowing me, it only took 45
seconds before the idea struck me. More redheads in poker. And hot redheads at that.
WSOP Coverage Day 6 - Nolan Dalla's Prop Bet Epic Fail
Day 6 of the WSOP is plugging right along. The final table
of both the $1,000 and $1,500 NL Holdem are both underway. One of the final tables is on the feature table right in
front of the media booth and the rail is rather close to the
tables that are still playing the six-handed event. The reason I mention this is that there has been an extended
discussion between two of the Harrahâs staff members
about the rail.
Ivey Vs. Ungar
Nolan Dalla was recently asked to give his thoughts about
who was the better player between Stu Ungar and Phil Ivey. Ultimately, Dalla stated that over the long haul, Ivey would
have the advantage due to his ability to stay focused. However, if it was a one shot deal, such as the WSOP Main
Event, he hinted that he thought Ungar would have the
advantage. Dalla brought up a great point regarding the final table.