The 6th Annual BLUFF Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards give poker fans the chance to have their say about who and what they like in the world of poker. Before voting opens on December 6 we’ll introduce each of the nominees in the 14 categories. Diehard poker fans have known for some time that poker blogs are sometimes the best place to turn for gossip, rumors and great commentary. That’s why Favorite Poker Blog is always one of the most hotly contested categories each year.
Wicked Chops Poker – wickedchopspoker.com
The Entities at Wicked Chops continue to provide a steady stream of poker headlines, breaking news, and enough Girls on the Rail eye candy to fully stock a CiCi’s Pizza buffet. Whether they’re bagging on Canadians, uncovering scandals, or mulling over who’s Good, Bad or Meh for poker, their snappy posts will almost always leave you smiling.
Hard-Boiled Poker – hardboiledpoker.blogspot.com
Martin Harris, better known to his loyal readers as Short-Stacked Shamus gives readers a mix of big poker headlines and thoughtful commentary on his personal blog. Harris works as a tournament reporter for PokerNews and the PokerStars Blog and also runs the Betfair Poker blog, which gives him an insiders insight into big stories ranging from the WSOP Main Event to the WCOOP to poker on TV.
Pokerati – pokerati.com
Over the year’s the mastermind behind Pokerati, Dan Michalski, has delivered a unique perspective on the poker world, keeping tabs on the politics and business of poker. This year, Pokerati has spread its wings, adding several new contributors and expanding its content to include updates on the Midwest poker scene, plus a look behind the scenes (and in the parking lot) of the WSOP.
Tao of Poker – taopoker.blogspot.com
The Hunter S. Thompson of the poker world, Pauly McGuire has become somewhat of a living legend in the poker media. His book Lost Vegas only cemented his status as one of the most candid and compelling writers covering the poker scene.
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