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The community has grown over the years, becoming a highly-influential place that has uncovered many scams, started a number of petitions, and also helped many players improve their game.
Although there are numerous people who help the forum run smoothly, including the moderators who do it all for free, it is Mason Malmuth who started it all.
Tom Dwan has been somewhat forgotten lately. He helped rekindle many dreams of success and brought many players, old and new, to the tables. This list tried to name the people from different aspects of the industry.
Clearly, some other pros, like Phil Ivey or Patrik Antonius would also find their place here, for similar reasons like Tom Dwan.
There are also some other poker CEOs as well as political figures whose contributions to the industry are not negligible.
How did Black Friday affect you and how important is legalised US poker for your business? I have always been very sceptical of US real-money poker becoming a reality any time soon.
They've probably wasted a lot of money and time focusing on that and as a result they lost their competitiveness on their product and on the marketing side of things.
Where we could be very interested in the US market is through helping companies build their own poker school on a white-label basis. If the market does become regulated then we hope that it will be done on a federal level.
Everybody that isn't already in the US or a state as a part of the historical gambling landscape would probably prefer federal. Especially from an online point of view state-by-state legislation would be a disaster.
That's not how the internet works and you can also see with the recent European regulation that the segregation of markets and liquidity pools is just a huge hurdle.
The results that were delivered from state-by-state regulation, in France and Spain for example, are performing far below expectations.
Where do you think the mobile poker market is in terms of its development and what are the biggest challenges in it? There is a big market for mobile poker and we do feature it on PokerStrategy but we don't have a dedicated mobile section because on a modern smartphone you can browse desktop sites quite well.
The question of what you call 'mobile' is then subject to debate because a laptop isn't considered mobile by the industry but I think it is. Creating a good mobile product has two main challenges.
First you have the screen size of the phone and then the difference of using a touch screen. In general, the standard poker clients that are on the PC are still pretty much the same as they were in Other than that, you can see I have put more emphasis on poker players and media figures, than US politicians.
I think I made a mistake including Tom Dwan. I wanted to include an influential online player, and he seemed to fit the bill, especially after how he well came out after the FTP scandal.
Gus Hansen for the same reason, he was one of the few big FTP names who came out of the scandal with the respect and gratitude of the players. In hindsight, maybe I would have took Dwan out, moved everyone up the list, and I might have sneaked Alexandre Dreyfus in at number 20, because he seems to be involved in everything at the moment.
I am shocked, totally shocked, that so many of my peers voted for Antonio Esfandiari. That is the only inclusion I truly disagree with. Yes he won the biggest tournament prize of all time, but everyone and their dog knows it was a basically a man SNG which completely distorted the poker money rankings, and that Antonio was playing for a fraction of his own action.
The win does make him very marketable, but does it really put him ahead of Phil Ivey or Phil Hellmuth? Ivey the best player in the world and face of IveyPoker which although I think is starting to look like a very stupid venture is still getting a lot of attention.
Hellmuth is still the biggest name in televised poker and answered all his critics last year winning two bracelets.
Is he really ahead of those guys? Quite simply, if you want something known in poker, you want Kevmath to tweet it and you post a thread on TwoPlusTwo.
More so, no poker venture gets shot down and destroyed more quickly, no famous poker pro gets shamed more sooner, no scandal breaks faster than when it is on TwoPlusTwo.
In my personal day to day experience, these two people probably have more influence between the media and players than most of the rest of the list combined.
The poker media itself has become the centre of a scandal this week, as industry news website iGaming Post was outed for blatantly plagiarising the work of others.
In addition to the issue you raise, there is still the whole question of legality. What is your take on that topic? Man, you just became my hero.
I have not been around as long as you but I have made the same arguments over the last few years. WE invest a lot of money and time into providing articles, videos, a forum, coaching, and extra promos not to just drive players, but to HELP players.
Sure the general rakeback model has flaws, but as you pointed out that does not mean that by offering rakeback we are hurting the system or providing no value.
Bonus Code sites, and similar niches hurt much worse than RB, and there is more of them. When I first skimmed through the article last night, I knew it was a well written article and it was obvious the writers of it had carefully considered their opinions and even provided some valid points.
However while re-reading it today I realized how very self-serving the articles was. At the same time ignoring the bigger picture, that the argument could be made both ways.
Subscribe and we'll shoot you an email when we update a video or add a blog post. PokerStrategy makes a similar argument: It pays the first time when it invests capital into creating a strong brand that gets recommended by word of mouth or in forums cost for creating good software, providing tables full of fish, having a good customer support, famous pros, etc.
PS: nice pic chosen for the article. But let me dive into it, and process it more thoroughly. At a 2x earnings multiple, the price Playtech is paying seems extremely low.
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