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The World Poker Tour ignited the global poker boom with the creation of this unique television show based on a series of high-stakes tournaments, and has broadcast globally in over 150 countries and territories. Televised WPT events turned Gus Hansen into the Great Dane and Daniel Negreanu into Kid Poker, and created dozens of poker-made millionaires.
Today’s poker TV is in a good place. Poker TV shows may have decreased in quantity, but not necessarily in quality. Poker enthusiasts are in a good place right now with the World Poker Tour still kicking, primetime coverage on ESPN of the WSOP every year, and Poker Central finally bringing the concept of a 24-hour poker network to fruition. I’ve reviewed 12 poker TV shows over the years.
World Poker Club. 476K likes. World Poker Club is real poker! It’s the perfect blend of Texas Hold 'Em and Omaha mixed with one-of-a-kind features! Show everyone you’re a top player!
Description: Lynn Gilmartin (born 3 November 1984) is an Irish Australian television presenter, best known as the anchor of the World Poker Tour on Fox Sports. She was born in Dublin, Ireland, Gilmartin's family moved to Melbourne, Australia in 1986. Gilmartin began following the poker circuit in 2009 as a reporter for PokerNews.com and PokerStars.tv, regularly presenting from the World Series.
The World Poker Tour is a series of high-stake poker tournaments that are broadcast globally in over 150 different countries. Developed by its parent company WPT Enterprises, Inc., the main poker tour is just one facet of the companies reach into poker. They also have an additional super high stakes tour, cruises, an online gaming site, additional poker tours, as well as several other smaller.
The World Poker Tour Walk of Fame was created to honor the top poker players, as well as people from different areas (such as film, television and literature) who have contributed to the evolution and popularity of poker. The original inductees were Doyle Brunson, Gus Hansen and James Garner (who played skilled poker-player Brett Maverick on TV from 1957-60). They were inducted at the Commerce.