Nicky Power surveys the Irish scene.
The Squid on heroes, bluffs and working at Sainsbury's.
Organiser Callum Stewart on next month's championship.
Too many players have sacrificed creative thought to become mindless drones, says Miikka Anttonen.
Satellites nowadays are packed with value, but you’re a fool if you treat them like regular tournaments, says Dara O’Kearney.
Ever wondered what it would be like to win four million dollars in less than six weeks? Well, 24-year-old wizard Mike ‘Timex’ McDonald has kicked off 2014 by doing exactly that.
The Irish Open used to be one of the biggest events in the poker calendar, but is it circling the drain nowadays? The Baller stops by to give his two cents.
Jeff Kimber why aggression has to be selective and carefully controlled.
Nick Wealthall gets philosophical.
We catch up with the The Wizard of Oz.
What went down at the awards.
Bad Beat on hidden costs, GUKPT vs UKIPT, winning at The Vic and the delights of Cheltenham.
Think there’s no such thing as bluffing with a made-hand? Well you’re wrong, says fearsome Frenchman Nicolas Levi.
From Nosebleed Pro to CEO