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On the clock: How Vanessa Selbst gets it all done

At one point in recent memory, Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst was fighting a three-front battle against time. She was at Yale finishing up her law degree, she was playing poker for insane amounts of money, and--believe it or not--she had a life in the real world. Forget for a moment that--for mo...more

by Brad Willis on October 20, 2014 1:05 PM

Find your own bun and banana

For professional poker players, the mental side of the game is especially important. Being able to stay focused and concentrate on making good decisions as much as possible is crucial, even when the cards aren't running our way. One way I have been able to stay focused while playing is to follow t...more

by Marcin Horecki on October 20, 2014 11:19 AM

Two tickets to paradise

At the end of the LAPT (Latin American Poker Tour) in Panama City, where I cashed in the Main Event, I had some free days before traveling to Barcelona to play the EPT. I started thinking about which could be the best option to keep pace at the tables, and there was not much to do but to sit at cash...more

by Leo Fernandez on October 17, 2014 6:28 AM

George Danzer wins WSOP Player of the Year

At one point last summer, you could have sat up late at night watching two of poker's finest gentlemen play Razz at the World Series of Poker. Brandon Shack-Harris faced off against Team PokerStars Pro George Danzer in a match that could've gone either way. Both men were having ridiculously good sum...more

by Brad Willis on October 16, 2014 7:08 AM

In search of the elusive Double Spadie Winner

The 2014 Asia Championship of Poker starts on October 24 at the 'PokerStars LIVE at City of Dreams' poker room in Macau. All poker players in this part of the world are starting to focus their thoughts on it, and in fact players from around the world are as well. It's expected to be a big series w...more

by Celina Lin on October 16, 2014 6:49 AM

Home is where the...well, first I need the home

It has been a busy time between the end of the WCOOP and preparing for upcoming live events. One thing that has been making my life even busier these days is the fact that I'm now looking into buying a house for the first time.During the years, I have managed to build up some savings, and that's wh...more

by Christophe De Meulder on October 15, 2014 7:15 AM

It's poker season again!

The WCOOP is over. I played a lot and overall felt like I played well, but the results weren't always there. I did cash several times and then had some excitement at the end when I made Day 2 of the Main Event where I lasted to finish just inside the top 100. But the series ended with a feeling t...more

by Matthias De Meulder on October 14, 2014 8:05 AM

Bouncing from Barcelona to Macau

I spent most of September at home, playing the WCOOP and chilling after EPT Barcelona. Barcelona was great. They always seem to draw bigger fields year after year there, and this year was no exception. The side events were huge and were often sold out, and of course you've heard all about all of ...more

by Jonathan Duhamel on October 13, 2014 10:26 AM

The road family

The tour is cranking back up again, with the stops in the Isle of Man and London and then more after that. One thing I've come to realize when traveling to the various UKIPT and EPT events is that while I love being independent and getting to follow my own schedule (for the most part), I also very ...more

by Fatima Moreira de Melo on October 9, 2014 7:23 AM

Taking a break without taking a break

Not long ago I won a couple of small mixed game tournaments. One came at a PokerStars series in Australia where I won a mixed games side event, and soon after I won another tournament in the Philippines that combined pot-limit Omaha/pot-limit hold'em.The tournament in Australia was at ANZPT Melbour...more

by Bryan Huang on October 8, 2014 10:28 AM
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