May 2007

  • May 2007
  • Features
    Cover Story – How Michael Greco became the real deal
    EPT Grand Final – Bluff hits Monte Carlo
    Heads Up – All the best bits from the NBC Heads Up Championship
    Snapshot – The EPT Warsaw
    The Beat – With Neil “Bad Beat” Channing
    The Boy – Inspired rants from Roy Brindley
    Ass Factor – How to a complete idiot
    Dealer’s Choice – The Hux examines poker’s official new rules
    Jason Alexander – The great comic actor and CEO of Vandalay Industries takes time off top talk poker
    Virtual Felt
    Online Report – All the latest from
    On the Button – Behold the wonders of the internet
    ZeeJustin – The internet superstar joins the Bluff team
    PokerStars Million – The greatest online t5ournament on earth
    Galfond – How to take a shot
    Titanic Thompson and Son – How Johnny Hughes caight Ti’s son cheating
    Paul Wasicka – The kid from Colorado who’s tearing the tournament scene apart
    Ship it! Meet poker’s new enfents terribles, the Ship It Holla Ballas
    Jennifer Tilly – Jennifer has an eye-popping experience at the Playboy Mansion
    Jeff Gray – When to get larcenous pre-flop
    Mike Caro – The Mad Genius on why winning is less important than… er… not losing
    Ask Clonie – Clonie Gowen soothes your poker ills
    Being Phil Laak – The Unabomber explores the subtler nuances of tells
    Read ’em and Reap – More indispensible advice from the ex-FBI man
    Brandon Adams – How to weird the river check-raise like the hammer of Thor
    Full Tilt Lessons from the Pros – More rich pickings from the fabulous brain of Gus Hansen
    Busting Bankroll Requirements – Nick Brancato on bankroll management
    Bigger Deal – Tony Holden reviews his own book, the sequel to cult classic Big Deal
    Poker Girl – A lesson in logic from Annie Duke
    The Amateur’s Mind – Michael Rome on the physics og No Limit Hold’em

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As Paul Wasicka stared out from behind his baseball cap at an excitable, impish Jamie Gold on the seventh hand of heads up play at the final table of the 2006 World Series of Poker, it slowly began to dawn on him that he was facing a decision worth $12 million.