The number of poker rooms in the state of Nevada is approaching a 30 year low, but at the same time, monthly poker revenue is holding steady.
Prop players used to be a standard operating procedure in brick & mortar and online cardrooms. They're almost nonexistent in modern poker. Here's why.
Nevada poker revenue took a hit in July, but on a per table basis, the state's poker rooms continue to outperform prior years.
Nevada poker rooms saw revenue rise nearly five percent during the month of June, as the industry continues to make more money despite boasting fewer tables.
The first stop on the PokerStars Moneymaker Tour is coming to Stones Gambling Hall on Aug. 4, and a new stop has been added at Jason Somerville's Run...
The average age of a World Series of Poker participant has been increasing since 2011. Here's why it's happening and why you shouldn't be concerned about it.
Attendance was way up for the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Here's a state-by-state breakdown of where the players came from and why states are over- and some underrepresented.
The WSOP Main Event attendance has risen in each of the last three years. Exactly where all of these new players are coming from is very interesting.
Steve Ruddock offers his thoughts in the book Pursuit Of Poker Success by Lance Bradley. Find out if this is the latest must-read poker book to add to...
The Poker Hall of Fame has been around since 1979, but very few people were inducted over the first 20 years. That created a large backlog of deserving...