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  1. The global Coronavirus pandemic meant poker looked very different in 2020 than it has in any other year. That didn't stop some of the most talented players in the world from putting on a show every time they took to the felt in 2020. It Was Connor Drinan's World, We Were All Just Living In It Connor Drinan had a year any poker player would dream of - and he did it while playing a somewhat limited schedule. In May, Drinan, who calls Las Vegas home, traveled outside of the United States to play the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker more than a week after it began. He quickly made
  2. This year was the worst. The stress, worry, and isolation that was a big part of the global pandemic seemed to affect every part of everyday life. And while online poker received a renaissance of sorts, all of the biggest and best live poker tours were put on pause. The World Series of Poker, the World Poker Tour, and the European Poker Tour have all gone dark and the one "poker tour" that got away with a live stop, the Midway Poker Tour, tried to pay its players with gold bullions or some shit. So, yeah, all around this year sucked. But before anyone gets to break through to the other s
  3. Starting on February 6, 888poker’s value-packed online poker series XL Blizzard returns for 2020. XL Blizzard features a 34-event schedule spread over 11 days and promises over $1.4 million in total guarantees. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“888poker”][ptable zone=“888poker NJ”] It’s the perfect opportunity for grinders at every level to battle for an XL title and potentially earn a dramatic boost to their bankroll. The schedule offers buy-ins that range from just $5.50 all the way up to $320 for the High Roller. With so many events on the schedule, you simply
  4. It’s time for another 888poker signature XL online poker series. Starting on February 6, XL Blizzard is back with 34-events over 11 days and more than $1.4 million in total guarantees. No doubt, battling for an XL title and a share of $1.4 million sounds great. But even after you carve out the time on your schedule to the online grind, you have to come up with the buy-ins. If a grinder was to play the entire XL Blizzard series that would mean dedicating more than $2,200 of their bankroll to the pursuit of greatness. [ptable zone=“888poker”][ptable zone=“888poker NJ”][ptable zone=“Global
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