At its core, poker is a game.
Forget the multi-million dollar industry behind it, the gambling, the money, glamor, degeneracy or sometimes designation as a “sport.”
It’s a game. A fun one too, with plenty of strategy and depth. There’s nothing wrong with that. That's a good thing.
These days poker seems to be at a turning point with a great deal of consolidation in the industry, wide-spread adoption of Twitch streaming and significant creep into the eSports world.
Poker seems to be going through a bit of an identity crisis these days as casual and hardcore audiences continue to drift apart.
So what’s the future of poker?
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