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Following on from my last blog which focused on bad beats and my own personal reaction to them, I want to draw attention to one of the most celebrated exponents of the bad beat story and to the poker community's reaction to him.
By Phil Ivey -- When it comes to advice about poker, my attitude is very simple: seek it out, absorb it, but while you're at the table, forget it.
For the most recent World Series of Poker Circuit schedule in Tunica, Miss., Tournament Director Jimmy Sommerfeld introduced a concept that seems to be growing in popularity in the tournament poker world: the deep stack.
Approximately a year ago, I ventured into one of the poker rooms in Florida, the Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track, and found that the game was alive and well.
For players who can't make it to the major centers of poker in the United States, there are few options. You can play with friends in home games but, after some time, those can become predictable - you get too familiar with your opponents' playing styles.
Last summer, PokerListings.com tore the roof off of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino with our blockbuster coverage of the 2006 World Series of Poker. And while most of you readers are still reeling from the epic force of our compelling live updates, scintillating photography, hard-hitting interviews, entertaining blogs, and, of course, our incredible video segments, it's time to come out from under the covers, maybe have a shower and a quick bite, and get ready for phase two of the madness. That's right - the 2007 WSOP is less than two months away.
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