Tag Archives: Writer Confessions
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
January 15, 2015
In this week’s confessions series, Lee Davy talks about some of the characters in his local home game, and why their attitude towards the game blends in with the success of the PokerStars Spin & Go format. I have just come off the phone from a conversation with my mate...
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: Don’t Get Eaten by a Werewolf
January 2, 2015
Lee Davy ends the year with a look back at what lessons 2014 contained for this particular poker writer. The fireworks exploded, and the embrace ended - it was time to chill out on the couch in front of Jools’ Annual Hootenanny. New Year’s Eve is a great producer of...
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: Returning to The Ogmore Poker Tour
November 20, 2014
Lee Davy continues his confessions series with reflection on the true value of a game of poker. It sounds as though my hotel room is sitting on top of a laundry. It’s the most annoying sound in the world, and it fits the mood perfectly. Why does my hotel room...
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: The Swedish Superstar That Nobody Wants to Hire
November 13, 2014
Photo Credit: Bluff.com Lee Davy continues his confessions series with his view on the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event, and in particular the winner, Martin Jacobson. I woke up in an angry mood. Then I switched on my laptop and was met with the grin...
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: I Would Rather be Lucky Than Good
October 16, 2014
In this week's confessions series, Lee Davy talks about the power of variance, and how it’s hounded some of the most talented British players in the game, away from the live tournaments, and into the live cash game scene. Is Jake Cody a better poker player than John Eames? Is...
- Confessions of a Poker Writer: The Strength of Unity
October 8, 2014
In this week's confessions series, Lee Davy shares his view that the poker industry is too fractured; how organizations have to show more togetherness, look towards long-term prosperity and get above the need for short term gain. People often ask me why I decided to leave the railway after 20 years?...
European Poker Tour London Day 3: Martin Kozlov Leads The Final 45
October 10, 2013
Fedor Holz On Why His Future Will be Away From Poker
July 18, 2016