One of the world's biggest poker sites pays tribute to a man who's dubbed as a ‘true godfather' of poker by creating a documentary in honor of ‘Devilfish' that everyone can watch on partypoker TV (partypoker account required - CLICK HERE if you don't have one already).
He earned $6.2 million playing live poker tournaments from 1993 to 2014, with his final appearance being in the $1,500 NLHE Monster Stack of the 2014 WSOP, finishing 265th place out of 7,862 entries.
Poker Central continues to think of new ways on how to spread the influence and excitement in poker gaming, and now they are proud to present to the poker community their short documentary series entitled "Stories from the Felt" and the episodes are available at PokerGO.
Several months after the trailer was released, ‘KidPoker' had its world premier yesterday at the Toronto International Film Festival! The long-awaited documentary, produced by PokerStars and directed by Francine Watson, about everyone's favorite poker player Daniel "KidPoker" Negreanu received some very positive feedback on, for example, Twitter right after the premier.
The first part of the poker documentary 10 for 10 was released on youtube a week ago. 10 for 10 is about Martin Jacobson's historic run in the 2014 Main Event - when he bested a field of 6,683 entrants to lay hands on the world champion title and $10 million first-place prize. Enjoy!
On Sunday, a trailer for an upcoming poker documentary called 10 for 10 was uploaded to youtube. 10 for 10 is about Martin Jacobson's historic run at the 2014 Main Event (he bested a field of 6,683 entrants to win the title and $10 million). The team behind the documentary, Natural Stacks, describes their creation in the following way...
In case you missed it, a French poker documentary (produced and directed by Victor Samont) called Nosebleed was recently released on YouTube.
The documentary is about two young French poker players who have been playing the biggest online cash games since 2009 and their dreams of winning a gold bracelet at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
On Thursday, PokerStars released a short documentary about its Team Online member Alex "Kanu7" Millar - who has earned over 3.3 million dollars on PokerStars since May 2011. The documentary covers his journey from playing freerolls to playing the world's biggest online cash games. If you like to learn more about Alex Millar and the filming of the short documentary, then make sure to read his blog below the video. Enjoy!
The much talked about BOOM documentary could be finished by November this year, co-producer Jay Rosenkrantz wrote in his blog on Monday. He doesn't know the exact date when the film will be released nor where it will be possible to see it, but he hopes to have the final version ready for the South by Southwest Film Festival in November.