By: Paul Hewson
Believe it or not, alcohol is officially a performance-enhancing drug. It was put on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA's) list of banned substances in 2009 – only for rifle competitions, but still. A moderate amount of alcohol relieves anxiety, slows down your heart rate, and helps you focus. How much is moderate? That depends on your tolerance. It could be the two-drink daily maximum (one drink for women) recommended by the Harvard School of Public Health.
Once you get above a few drinks, things start to get sketchy, but you probably knew that already. Maybe you've found that out the hard way at the poker table. Playing drunk isn't the wis... [read-more]
It's not official yet, but as far as Daniel Negreanu is concerned, it's a done deal – the NHL is coming to Las Vegas. Negreanu joined Jason Somerville on Twitch this past Wednesday and said there will be hockey in Vegas starting in 2017. “It's not official, the commissioner hasn't said so, but I did,” Negreanu told the thousands of viewers who tuned in.
Prospective owner Bill Foley told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday that he didn't think an official announcement would be made at next week's league meetings, where Foley will be on hand to answer questions about the team. However, Negreanu has been very active in making the Las Vegas franchise a reality.... [read-more]
By Paul Hewson
Daniel Negreanu has done just about everything there is to do in poker – except win the Main Event at the World Series of Poker. Sadly, he won't be winning it this year, either. Negreanu came tantalizingly close to reaching the final table before crashing out in 11th place, earning himself another $526,778 USD in the process. “Kid Poker” has now eclipsed the $30-million mark in live tournament winnings.
That's a hefty consolation prize, but finishing 11th left Negreanu well behind when it comes to filling out his checklist for 2015. The affable Canadian posted a list of 10 goals on his blog at the start of the New Year, and now that the World... [read-more]
Bodog Mobile Poker just got a whole lot better. Now you can play our full suite of cash games when you’re on the go, in addition to the range of fast-fold Zone Poker games that launched mobile poker a few months ago.
Next time you’re out and about, pull out your phone or tablet and find out how easy it is to play cash games or Zone Poker on your mobile with Bodog.
1. Visit http://m.bodog.eu/poker from your mobile.
2. Sign in to your Bodog account.
3. Pick a game and play it anywhere.
Cash games on our mobile site will give you the adrenalin rush you’re after no matter where you happen to be. Play with real-money chips, start... [read-more]