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  1. Andrew Neeme has, once again, taken his show on the road. The king of the poker vlogs has teamed up with 888poker to provide fans a weekend's worth of live streams from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. From March 28-31, Neeme will be hosting a series of live streams of both cash games and tournaments, while showing off 888poker’s brand new Poker 8 client. Neeme is no stranger to being in front of the camera. He’s made his mark in the game of poker through the production of poker vlogs and posting them to his YouTube channel, where he boasts over 112,000 subscribers. But this weekend, he's not on
  2. "I'd love to be a poker player forever. I would love to do what Doyle Brunson did, obviously who wouldn't?" You may not recognize him now that he chopped off all of his hair, trimmed his bushy beard, and has a swollen black eye from a bike-riding adventure gone wrong, but Arlie Shaban is showing up everywhere in poker right now. The Big Brother Canada contestant turned Enterprise Rent-A-Car 9-5er has a new role as a Herculean. His rise has been fast and it doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon, especially now that Shaban has the likes of Jason Somerville, the Twitch Poker communi
  3. On Wednesday, partypoker announced the addition of well-known Twitch Poker streamer Kevin Martin to their expansive stable of Team Online pros. Martin, who gained notoriety as a two-time contestant and winner of the Canadian version of the TV show Big Brother, is considered a veteran of the Twitch Poker scene. He picked up streaming back in 2015, only one year after taking up poker full time and brought his ever-growing audience along for the ride as he evolved in the game of poker. His dedication to the platform earned him an ambassadorship with PokerStars, a roster spot on Jason Somervil
  4. PokerStars’ Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) is hitting its stride. Millions of guaranteed dollars are up for grabs and the competition is as heated as it has ever been. The second half of the SCOOP schedule is getting underway this week with at least $1,000,000 worth of guaranteed cash in play every single day. For members of Team PokerStars Online who grind a heavy SCOOP schedule, there can also be the added pressure of entertaining thousands of fans. Viewers flock to Twitch.tv to watch pros like Lex Veldhuis, Felix Schneiders and Kevin Martin play their best poker, blast their
  5. [caption width="640"] Kevin Martin went from reality TV to Team PokerStars Online in under a year. (PokerStars photo/Joe Giron)[/caption] If you want to make Kevin Martin roll his eyes, just call him a Reality TV star. “I don't identify with that word at all. Especially, there's something with the American shows, they get a little bit of fame, but a Canadian reality TV star is even more of an asterisk,” said Martin, who was a contestant on Big Brother Canada in 2015. “It feels like a long time ago, yeah. Time goes fast though. As soon as you invest in your projects, time goes very fast

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