Today on the Final Table radio show, we talked about what a recent ruling by the Department of Justice regarding online gambling could mean for the return of legalized online poker in the United States. We also discussed an odd hand Dennis witnessed in a local Vegas tournament, the unique feature of Jamie Gold’s poker room at the Tropicana, and how PokerStars has developed a new way to ensure that player funds are protected.
We also revealed details for Big Game 2 weekend at Harrah’s St. Louis, January 27-29, with at least two tables of $25-50 no-limit hold’em ($15,000 minimum buy-in) and two other tables of $10-20 no-limit hold’em ($2,500 minimum buy-in). If you’re interested in playing, send your name and e-mail to the address on the right side of this page and we’ll send you full details on how to lock up a seat, get a discounted hotel room, wire money to the poker room cashier, etc.
In our guest segment, we talked with Tristan “Cre8ive” Wade, who won his first bracelet at the World Series Of Poker Europe a couple of months ago in a Shootout event. He explained the different strategies necessary for six-max games vs. full ring games, as well as how bet-sizing is a key to successful play in both cash games and tournaments. Tristan is one of the DeepStacks Live pros who will take part in the new DeepStacks Poker Tour, which kicks off next month at the Seneca Niagara Casino.