Inspired by Chapter 1 of Brené Brown’s ‘Daring Greatly’, Lee Davy shares his personal experience of interviewing poker players and offers a salute to the people willing to climb into the arena.
Lee Davy looks at the blog post of Mark Schaefer, questioning the impact that Gary Vaynerchuk's Hustle mentality has on the world and in poker community.
Lee Davy talks about Law of Reciprocity and how poker companies could use it to forge better relationships with writers and avoid brand calamities.
Inspired by a passage in Charles Bukowski’s ‘On Writing’ Lee Davy questions the decision to stick with the status quo in writing, in poker, in life.
In the heat of Doyle Brunson debate in twitter, Lee takes on the question of separating the art of poker from the art of the man.
Part 2 of the article exploring Jiwa’s blog post entitled 21 Questions for Creators & Innovators, from the perspective of a founder of an online poker room.
Inspired by a Jiwa blog post entitled 21 Questions for Creators and Innovators, Lee, tries answering them wearing the hat of an online poker room founder.
Lee Davy examines the world of complaining to offer some advice on how best to approach in when you're playing poker.
After 3,000 residents protested about excessive tourism in the streets of Palma, Mallorca, Lee Davy ponders where next for a poker writer.
Lee Davy continues his confessions series by breaking down his reasoning behind his nominations for the 2014 GPI European Poker Awards.