Janette Dee

Janette Dee

Graduated from De La Salle University, Janette works as a full time teacher in Manila, Philippines. She has long joined the local poker community as a recreational player for the last decade. Having a natural love for the game, she decided to branch out into a different avenue of poker. Currently, Janette works for Somuchpoker as a content writer reporting local and international news for the site.

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Live poker makes a slow comeback in Vegas and Atlantic City

Months into the Covid-19 situation that shook the global economy, live poker is finally making a slow return to the industry’s most prominent scenes. Las Vegas and Atlantic City, mainly known for its wide variety of entertainment offerings, were once booming with crowds prior to the effects of the pandemic. With live poker inevitably put […]

Phil Ivey emerges with some new fascinating stories

While many have only heard of Phil Ivey from recent developments of his popularized edge sorting case against Borgata, the poker superstar remains an iconic character in the poker industry with thousands of fans admiring the 43-year-old pro. Regarded as one of the best poker players of all time, Ivey is still at the top […]

Bodog88 ceases operations in Asia

In spite of the increasing action seen in online poker games, the Asian region has lost yet another platform offering real money gaming. Bodog88 online poker room, casino and sportsbook which previously catered to players from China, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and India has reportedly ceased operations in the whole of […]

2020 WCOOP Recap: “PTFisherman23” scoops up Main Event title for $1,147,270; “Amadi_017” bags four titles for the series; “Zapahzamazki” wins overall leaderboard with 59 cashes

The annual World Championship of Online Poker held in one of the industry’s most formidable platforms, PokerStars went successfully underway these last four weeks, having awarded over $80 million in guarantees. With 75 featured events spread out across three buy-in levels each, a total of 225 tournaments completed the full schedule. The generous lineup ran […]