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  1. Delayed gratification good for the game

    Steve Rosenbloom

    Steve Rosenbloom analyzes the decision to delay the playing of the WSOP main event final table so it can air "plausibly live" in November, and how the players can take advantage of this delay.

    Story | Conversation | May 02, 2008
  2. Position, position, position

    Steve Rosenbloom

    Editor's note: Send your poker questions to Steve Rosenbloom. He will answer as many as he can each week. From dochavez8: I have a question of the power of the button? I have seen different people in live games as well as tournaments frequently...

    Blog | August 24, 2006
  3. Position, position, position

    Steve Rosenbloom

    Editor's note: Send your poker questions to Steve Rosenbloom. He will answer as many as he can each week. From dochavez8: I have a question of the power of the button? I have seen different people in live games as well as tournaments frequently rais...

    Blog | Conversation | August 24, 2006
  4. The good, the bad, and the ugly

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- After 37 years, the World Series of Poker remains a work in progress. And oh, what progress. Someone will walk away with a record $12 million first prize when the last nine entrants of an astounding 8,773 participants play the fina...

    Blog | August 10, 2006
  5. The good, the bad, and the ugly

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- After 37 years, the World Series of Poker remains a work in progress. And oh, what progress. Someone will walk away with a record $12 million first prize when the last nine entrants of an astounding 8,773 participants play the fin...

    Blog | Conversation | August 10, 2006
  6. Nejad's fork in the road

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- At one time in his life, Ali Nejad might've been introducing Britney Spears and her new hit song. At this point in his life, he will be describing Jamie Gold's all-in reraise. And that's OK with the impish poke...

    Blog | August 09, 2006
  7. Nejad's fork in the road

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- At one time in his life, Ali Nejad might've been introducing Britney Spears and her new hit song. At this point in his life, he will be describing Jamie Gold's all-in reraise. And that's OK with the impish poker-player-slas...

    Blog | Conversation | August 09, 2006
  8. Good as Gold

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- There's only one way to play this hand: We're putting Jamie Gold on both sides of the mahogany desk at a Hollywood movie studio. Jamie Gold the erstwhile talent agent comes to Jamie Gold the new producer of reality TV sho...

    Blog | August 07, 2006
  9. Good as Gold

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- There's only one way to play this hand: We're putting Jamie Gold on both sides of the mahogany desk at a Hollywood movie studio. Jamie Gold the erstwhile talent agent comes to Jamie Gold the new producer of reality TV shows to pit...

    Blog | Conversation | August 07, 2006
  10. Pros confused by styles of play

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- Joe Hachem, the unknown from Australia who swept to the World Series of Poker main event title and $7.5 million after a 14-hour final table last year, reraised all-in with aces as Saturday turned into Sunday. Hachem was doing what...

    Blog | August 06, 2006
  11. Pros confused by styles of play

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- Joe Hachem, the unknown from Australia who swept to the World Series of Poker main event title and $7.5 million after a 14-hour final table last year, reraised all-in with aces as Saturday turned into Sunday. Hachem was doing wha...

    Blog | Conversation | August 06, 2006
  12. A man of few words

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS - The carnage was hellacious in the first week of the World Series of Poker main event. Big name after big name busted out, many in less than a day, starting with 10-time bracelet winners Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Hellmuth. ...

    Blog | August 06, 2006
  13. A man of few words

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS - The carnage was hellacious in the first week of the World Series of Poker main event. Big name after big name busted out, many in less than a day, starting with 10-time bracelet winners Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Hellmuth. ...

    Blog | Conversation | August 06, 2006
  14. Where's Annie?

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- Hey look! Annie Duke! It has been over a year since I last saw her play in a live tournament, but the great thing about poker these days is, you still feel in touch with someone because it's all over television. But sti...

    Blog | August 05, 2006
  15. Where's Annie?

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- Hey look! Annie Duke! It has been over a year since I last saw her play in a live tournament, but the great thing about poker these days is, you still feel in touch with someone because it's all over television. But still,...

    Blog | Conversation | August 05, 2006
  16. Robin Hood signs with PokerStars

    Steve Rosenbloom

    LAS VEGAS -- The romanticized outlaw image of poker pumps out notions of cards and chips and cheats and degenerates on weeklong benders clinging to the No. 1 rule: Follow the money. True things. All of it. To varying degrees, sure, but it'...

    Blog | August 04, 2006