It’s been a long time since I last posted, and that’s because my life has been a hectic conveyor belt of live event after live event. Since the World Series of Poker finished in July, I have been to Bucharest, Rozvadov (twice!), Vilamoura, Sochi (twice!), Dublin, Marrakech and Valkenburg. I just got back from the… Read More Blog: Discussing Martin Kabrhel and Shot Clocks
Here is the second part of my tips for poker players whilst they are travelling abroad. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these, and if you want to check out the first part click here Use the information available (JFGI) The internet has a lot of information out there that can assist you with your trip.… Read More Ambassador | Travel Tips with Adam Owen Part Two
Since my last blog, I’ve taken a pretty big step in my life and moved from a small village in rural England to Mexico City! It’s always been a goal of mine to be based somewhere hot (especially when it’s cold back home), and in this special two-part blog I want to give you a… Read More Ambassador | Travel Tips with Adam Owen Part One
I’m fairly certain that everyone in poker is aware of the concept of shot-taking. That definitely wasn’t what I was doing when I sat with in a €2/5 game at King’s Casino earlier this month. Especially when the lineup included WPT & EPT Champion Niall Farrell, Chris Moorman (who has over $13 million in online… Read More Blog | Feeling Like a King in Rozvadov
The British Universities and Colleges Sport National Championships (BUCS) took place in Sheffield last weekend. Nationals is an annual sporting event where student athletes compete for medals in indoor athletics and swimming, along with a whole host of other events such as badminton, karate, and judo. Don’t think of this as a Sports Day for student athletes.… Read More The UK Student Poker Championships: Home of the Next British Bracelet Winner?