Poker Stories is a long series of audio podcasts featuring casual interviews with some of the game’s best players and characters. Each episode spotlights a well-known member of the poker world and delves into his favorite tales in and out of reality.
The Tournament Managers Association It was founded in 2001 by Matt Savage, Linda Johnson, Jan Fisher and Dave Lamb with the goal of standardizing the rules of poker tournaments. Before TDAEach place will have its own ‘inside rules’, creating problems and confusion for new players or travelers, while limiting the growth of the game.
In the two decades since, nearly every licensed card room in the world has jumped, embraced TDA their event policies and procedures. today is TDA It has more than 4,000 members in 65 different countries.
Every two years, poker room managers, tournament managers and event organizers from around the world gather in Las Vegas for TDA summit. There changes to rules and procedures are proposed, voted on, and eventually made.
world poker tour Executive Tour Director Matt Savage is not only one of the founders of the company TDAbut also a member of its board of directors. card player I caught up with him recently on a special episode of the Poker Stories podcast to talk about the latest peak and the latest rule changes to look out for.
Highlights from this episode include topics such as the big blind, player abuse, the end of the horse, stalling, tournament guarantees, and the use of real-time help, otherwise known as Roads and Transport Authority.
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