Here at PokerVIP we do things right, so here's our version of the best poker blogs on the web that are actually active. In this list you'll find a mix of pro players, amateur online grinders, and of course entertainers. Really there should be something for everyone, so take a look and give these bloggers a visit if you see something interesting. This list will evolve over time as we find more awesome bloggers to add so check back regularly!
In his Vegas and Poker Blog, Rob covers his tournament results, and shares a ton of fun stories. While he mixes in game play tips and analyzes his hands, I find I get the most enjoyment out of his Vegas stories. Check out his blog for live cash and tournament play, and his adventures through Vegas. Follow Rob on Twitter here.
Surely you’ve heard of Rupert and his blog - he was even invited to attend the UK Poker Awards as a best blogger nominee. His tournament poker results speak for themselves and he drops knowledge in his writing when it fits in. Reading his blog you can also enjoy some narratives, and information on his forays into the world of investing. Rupert plays a mix of live and online games.
Randy “nanonoko” Lew has a very visual blogging style where he constantly uploads new pictures, and “vlog” style posts where he does his hand reviews. He’s a PokerStars pro who travels around the world and shares his experiences through his camera shots and blog posts. He even has a dedicated strategy section - so this blog really has something for everyone.
We’ve seen a mix of live and online player blogs so far, but Aarone Barone’s blog “The Rant” goes in depth on SNG grinding. He provides full disclosure on his results with frequently updated graphs, and interesting insights on the game for his readers. Follow him as he decides if he’ll run for PokerStars Supernova Elite status again for a whopping 68% rakeback.
Nathan is originally from Canada and currently residing in Thailand for most of the year where he’s on the grind, coaching, writing on his blog, and even wrote two microstakes books that he has available on his site. His blog is a great resource for small stakes players, he offers coaching, and there’s even a community forum that is growing every day.
Just look at the subheading on his blog and you’ll get an idea of what Terrence Chan is all about. He’s most known playing high-limit hold’em games, and has had some success in the WSOP. Terrence also founded the customer support for both PokerStars and Ultimate Poker. As of late he has been driving full speed ahead into the world of competitive MMA holding an amateur record of 3-0 and professional record of 1-0. What an interesting and well rounded guy you are Terrence! Check out his blog for posts on his MMA journey, nutrition, travel, and occasionally poker.
Roy Bhasin is a PokerStars: Team Online member who blogs about his favorite topics including: food & wine, health & fitness, travel, and of course poker. He updates the poker section of his blog with at a decent frequency and you can also catch him streaming on Twitch. If you're into it, he also goes over some basic information on sports betting. You can follow him on Twitter here.