- Mon, 15 Sep 2014 11:28:14 +0000: How Poker and Scrabble Are Very Much Alike - Titan Poker News Feed
Posted by Ellis Shuman, September 15, 2014
Many years ago, I used to compete in Scrabble tournaments. What exactly is a Scrabble tournament? It’s basically a bracketed one-on-one Scrabble competition. The winners of each game advance towards a final match, where the overall winner of the tournament is determined.
- Tue, 09 Sep 2014 11:32:43 +0000: Walking the Fine Line of Poker Normalization in Our Culture - Titan Poker News Feed
Posted by César Albarrán-Torres, September 9, 2014
Throughout its history gambling has had an ambivalent position. On one hand, it often presents itself as a fun shortcut to financial prosperity and social mobility. On the other hand, some consider it highly suspect as an inauthentic practice that can only lead to losses, undeserved wins and vice.
However, poker is currently going through the process of being accepted as a normal part of contemporary culture, both in its online and traditional forms. This is due to how poker has adapted to digital media and how it has been incorporated in global entertainment, as we will see later in this article.
- Thu, 04 Sep 2014 08:37:22 +0000: The Very Best Free Poker Apps and Free Poker Tools - Titan Poker News Feed
Posted by Davida Mintz, September 3, 2014
- Tue, 02 Sep 2014 09:40:58 +0000: Meet Our Players: Bachinski from Russia - Titan Poker News Feed
Posted by Bachinski, September 7, 2014
Bachinski, a player from Russia who plays at Titan Poker with the nickname "TTtheSunAngelinaAA", finished 2nd in the €100K Depositor FR Series #2 freeroll tournament on August 10th, winning a prize of €2,040. We asked him if he would be willing to contribute a short article about himself and the tournament for our website. Here is his reply.
Good day dear players!
- Mon, 01 Sep 2014 10:49:21 +0000: Resurrecting the Poker No Limit vs Limit Argument - Titan Poker News Feed
Posted by Steve Ruddock, September 1, 2014
No Limit Hold'em is the current king of the poker world; it supplanted Limit Hold'em during the Poker Boom and became the most popular poker format out there. But is No Limit a better format than the one it replaced? It's back to the poker no limit vs limit argument.