Tim Duckworth

    Tim Duckworth's poker blog
  • My WSOP Grind Has Begun!

    As we approached the World Series of Poker (WSOP) I just knew I wanted to be a part of it as a poker player. Working the last four of them meant that I hadn’t played a WSOP event since the Main Event back in 2007, and with no heavy work commitment I decided that I was going to saddle up and give it a crack. ..Read more

  • Tough Beats, Tough Sessions

    I touched down in Las Vegas on April 11th and it took over two weeks before I first took a seat at a poker table. “Yo Duckworth, you’re in poker heaven … what took you so long to play?” ..Read more

  • WSOP APAC Schedule: My Thoughts

    The announcement a few days ago of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) coming to Australia is the biggest news for poker in the Asia-Pacific region since Joe Hachem won the WSOP Main Event back in 2005. ..Read more

  • No Luck at the Macau Poker Cup

    When I knew I was coming to Macau early, my plan was to play online and mix in a few live trips to the casino to most likely just grind cash games. But the great thing about PokerStars Macau at the Grand Lisboa is that they allow you to register for events via PokerStars. ..Read more

  • World Blogger Championship of Online Poker entry

    Although I’ve been involved in the poker industry since 2007 as a poker blogger I have never once competed in the World Blogger Championship of Online Poker (WBCOOP) … heck, I didn’t even know what it was until a few weeks ago! ..Read more

  • My Thoughts on the Aussie Millions

    The 2012 Aussie Millions is now officially over. With it comes a sigh of relief as I now get to put my feet up, kick back with my PS3 and enjoy the Australian summer. ..Read more

  • Summing Up Las Vegas

    As I sit in the Qantas Club at Los Angeles airport reminiscing about the past few months I’ve spent in Las Vegas, I decided that it was about time I wrote a blog detailing my poker adventures. ..Read more

  • Running Bad or an Illusion?

    Have you ever had that illusion that you’re running bad, when in reality it was a combination of two things – firstly coming off an upswing and secondly playing a hand not optimally? ..Read more

  • Cashing at the Venetian

    After taking a day off following my run in the Caesars Palace Main Event, I decided to head back to the Venetian to see if I could get a score at the place I’ve literally played all my poker at this trip. ..Read more

  • Deep Run in Caesars Palace Main Event

    Taking a seat in the Caesars Palace 5th Annual Poker Classic, I was pretty nervous over a few things. Firstly the decent-sized buy-in of $1,100, and secondly, the fact that the tournament was a re-entry, which meant if you busted, you could re-enter for another $1,100. However the most concerning thing to me was the quality of the field. ..Read more