Sometimes we need a break from playing online poker, but still need our poker fix. And what better way to read how professional players think and how they live through a poker player blog? Below is a list of the ten best poker player blogs that are a must-read for any poker fan who enjoys light entertainment or a professional profession.
The reason why the poker player blogs below are included in the first ten is that they cover the following topics:
- Current online gaming situation
- Describe the flaws in their own game and their plans to fix them
- Poker concept well explained
- Entertaining Travel Report (with Photos!)
- Reject past game stories or other players
- Poker challenge
- Hand history with detailed thought process
1. Alvin “Citizen Wind” Lau
Alvin is a cardrunners coach and has no punches when he explains what it takes to beat today’s online poker game. Every time you read one of your publications, you feel motivated to take on the world of poker with new enthusiasm.
2. Ae Jones
This is a classic poker blog. Even though Ae Jones is directing his own business, which takes time and plays high stakes, he still publishes the usual events on his poker blog. Publications can be about anything and are read as a personal newspaper.
3. Pawel “Verner” Nazarewicz
You can tell that Verner was a guru before he decided to try poker for a living. Most publications are organized in such a way that they want the reader to stay away from reading the publication after learning something. It’s like whenever he has consciousness, he immediately publishes in this so that we too can learn from their mistakes or observations.
4. Peter Halberg
Peter was the 2004 World Backgammon champion, born in Korea but raised in Denmark and this is one of the Find blogs for me this year. Think well and motivate blog posts. I was a little surprised playing 200NL, but seems comfortable and likes to play at that level.
5. Christopher “Fenderjaguar”
Auto Right “The Poker Wdrations of Madhatter by Christopher Skin, also known as Fenderjaguar” and it is as described. Here are some quality elements, not to mention some really good Photoshop images. He is an agreeable poker coach and is always entertaining and educated.
6. John or Shea
This is a youth poker sponsored by Boylesports in Ireland that mainly plays online betting online but has had several successful MTT buy-ins, most notably in the last sixth year of the 25K 5 Stars World Poker Classic, which was part of the WPT schedule. You are not afraid to say what you think and be honest on your blog. One of the great publications where he cleans up an older visiting businessman who once owned a casino celebrating the Irish game of poker. He’s also a sport betting fan, so that’s definitely a down line!
7. Tony “Bond18” Dunst
I just came across this blog and I’m glad I did. Tony Dunst is well known in the online poker world, but I never realized that he maintains an informative, interesting and regularly updated blog. You should spend days putting your blog posts together and you can definitely earn a permanent income as a journalist.
8. Padraig Parkinson
What can we say about Padraig Parkinson?
- He is Irish and proud of it
- He likes drinks
- He knows how to tell a good story
He was an excellent taxpayer when he was at a poker event with Jesse May and has told some fractured stories, which he now shares on the card players’ blog. Been around for a while to review all of his past publications to see them written into the rocks of some of the well-known and unknown characters in the poker world.
9. Clayton Newman
The folks at Leggo Poker seem to know how to blog! This is another kind of magazine blog where Clayton reflects on general observations, his own poker, a goal unrelated to poker, and general events in his own life. I love seeing other people boast about charts and not being afraid to publish them!
10. Steve Boriham
Steve is a card corridor with professional support and his blog contains a mix of everything, from hand history to motivational publications for general observations. I’m not afraid to publish his results.