September 25, 2016 Texas Holdem
Live and Online: Daniel “Jungleman” Cates joins Dzmitry Urbanovich and Marcel Luske in Punta Cana for partypoker’s Caribbean Poker Party.
Daniel “Jungleman” Cates is joining the ranks of Moscow Wolverine Dzmitry Urbanovich and old school poker pro the Flying Dutchman Marcel Luske, as part of the pro lineup at the Caribbean Poker Party.
With live poker tournament winnings of almost $ 3,500,000 and more than $ 10 million in online cash game winnings, “Jungleman” will be a force to be reckoned with on the tables. Just don’t mention the Durrrr Challenge.
September 24, 2016 Texas Holdem
Weekly Columns: Chris Moneymaker, WSOP coverage, a suggestion for the Global Poker League and more.
Should Chris Moneymaker be in the Poker Hall of Fame?
The criteria set forth for eligibility for induction into the poker hall of fame is once again being questioned as the poker community grapples with whether Chris Moneymaker is worthy of the honor.
September 23, 2016 Texas Holdem
Weekly Columns: New records set on Twitch, the GPL launches new Android and iOS apps, and more details of Run it Once Poker revealed.
Based on the response on the Twitch platform with coverage of the highly successful Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Central has announced that it plans to expand its digital content programming to include more content on Twitch as well as Douyu TV, China’s popular live streaming service.
September 22, 2016 Texas Holdem
Live and Online: How Twitch has helped improved Gross’ poker game as well as others.
The “Professional Best Friend” of poker pros and enthusiasts from around the world, Jeff Gross, has one of the most popular poker live streams out there, called The PokerFlowShow.
Gross estimates that his show is made up of 60% online poker, 15% interviews, 10% fantasy football, 10% analysis and hand review and 5% misc—which Gross believes adds to its appeal to his audience—that and his high octane presenting style.
September 21, 2016 Texas Holdem
Live and Online: Finishing in second place and chopping the action, the WCOOP $ 10K High Roller did not disappoint as Polk reclaimed his Twitch title.
Heading into Day 2 of the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) $ 10K High Roller as chip leader before the bubble broke, Doug Polk looked like he was in a strong position to take first place.
In the end Polk finished up in second place, chopping the action three ways.