When the stakes are high, emotions can be too.
In a confrontation that recently aired on ESPN and went viral online, Canadian Griffin Benger just coul...
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Candace Collins was formerly an entrepreneur who sold her stake in a successful chain of frozen yogurt restaurants to become a poker pro. We spoke to her to discuss her foray into professional poker.
Stuart Pfeifer, 51, had been a reporter for the Los Angeles Times for 15 years before he took a buyout from the paper last month. Things in the print ...
Hands are the biggest giveaway when collecting information on your opponents. Check to see if their hands are flat or arched in a ready-for-action position.
Let's start at the beginning. My husband and I went to Vegas. I entered an innocent $200 tournament and - 15 hours later - had outlasted more than 400 people to win $9,000.
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