Adam Mason

About Adam Mason

Adam, our resident poker guru, has extensive knowledge on both sides of the table. When he’s not playing online, you’ll find him busy revising strategies to give him an edge over his competitors, which he’ll happily share with you all.

APT to Take Place in Japan in February

Poker in America is booming, but that hasn’t slowed the game’s popularity abroad. In 2019, we expect to see the first Asian Poker Tour (APT) take place in Tokyo, Japan. The event is expected to draw large crowds early next year and we are here to cover the details. APT Tokyo – A Glimpse at [...]

By | 2018-10-22T12:26:59+00:00 Oct 22, 2018|Event|

The Los Angeles Times on Why Women Should Be in Poker

Women in poker have been quite the outstanding characters. Their names are known and inked into the world of the game, not because of their gender, but rather owing to their distinct prowess at the game. True, they are less prone to take risks, which in general means we see fewer female poker players, but [...]

By | 2018-10-14T07:16:43+00:00 Oct 14, 2018|Player|

Gary Burks Wins $41,519 RunGood Poker Series’ Main Event

Gary Burks has done quite well by himself taking the RunGood Poker Series Main Event and adding a total of $41,519 to his life-time winnings. The Bossier City-based tournament was indeed an exciting affair. Here’s how Burks soared to victory The RunGood event took place for a second place in Bossier City seeing quite a [...]

By | 2018-10-09T02:24:25+00:00 Oct 9, 2018|Event|

888 Holdings’ Poker Division Struggles for 4th Year

One of the most famous iGaming operators, 888 Holdings, has reported rather poor results for its flagship online poker brand. 888poker seems to have been in some trouble after the first half-year results proved to be not up to the adequate standard and the company officially acknowledging that matters need to improve. 888’s Worst Year [...]

By | 2018-09-30T00:42:24+00:00 Sep 30, 2018|Industry|

Cate Hall Doesn’t Owe $60,000 to Chad Power

Relationships between sponsors and poker professionals have sometimes been fraught. We don’t mean to cite the recent case with William Kassouf. The incident we have in mind involves the talent of Cate Hall, an established pro of her own making and a dashing figure at any final World Poker Tour table. She seems to be [...]

By | 2018-09-20T06:59:36+00:00 Sep 20, 2018|Headline|

Poker Masters Event #6 Goes in the Way of Imsirovic

The Poker Masters Returned with Event #6 for Day 2 and Ali Imsirovic was as dangerous as ever. In fact, he definitely managed to make headlines by winning the #6 Event. What’s next down for him is the 2018 Poker Master Event. Let's first recap on what has happened so far, though. Ali Imsirovic – [...]

By | 2018-09-15T06:34:31+00:00 Sep 15, 2018|Event|

David Peters Wins 2018 Poker Masters @PokerGO Event

David Peters has had one hell of a year. After a few low-key tournaments Peters joined the 2018 Poker Masters @PokerGO fray and came out victorious, notching himself up a healthy $200,000 in the way of proceedings from the tournament. Way to stack up your winnings, David! Here’s what happened. David Wins the PokerGO Tournament [...]

By | 2018-09-09T06:39:05+00:00 Sep 9, 2018|Player|

Women in Poker and the Women’s Poker Summit

World Poker Tour (WPT) has been changing a lot. The organization that hosts it has been a staunch supporter of the game worldwide. It has helped poker gain recognition and the company has been actively pursuing a course whereby the game may become more popular and ultimately more accessible. Now, it’s focusing on female players. [...]

By | 2018-08-31T03:53:09+00:00 Aug 31, 2018|Industry|
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