Name: Barry Carter
Job: News Editor
About me: I have been a poker journalist for over five years, having written for just about every poker magazine at one point and primarily for PokerNews.
I left PokerNews in 2011 to join PokerStrategy.com. What really attracted me to the place is how community focused everyone is, and how progressively minded a working environment it is.
I am also the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker with PokerStrategy.com coach Jared Tendler. This is my proudest achievement to date and it has been met with an incredibly positive response from the poker community.
Jared is my best friend in poker (He was even the best man at my wedding in New York) and we have recently started work on The Mental Game of Poker 2.
Outside of poker I love reading (non fiction), football, boxing and walking my dog.
Make sure to follow me on twitter because I am a real geek where that is concerned.
Some of my articles/columns:
Poker 2.0: What Could Facebook Poker Do For The Industry?
A Sense of Entitlement
The Fear of Failure
Deal Or No Deal?
Can Famous Poker Players Expect Privacy?
Why Do So Many Retired Sports Stars Come to Poker?
Phil Ivey - Hero or Villain?
Poker Is Not A Sport - Why Pro-Only Events Will Never Work
Is Daniel Negreanu the Saviour of Poker?
Why do good players go broke?
Top ten most interesting poker tweeters
How twitter is changing poker
How damaging is multi tasking to poker players?
Datamining - Where to draw the line?
Naming & Shaming
The Rebirth Of Phil Hellmuth
Please Remove The One Drop Player Cap
WSOP Twitter Wars
Should we Silence The WSOP Rails?
Do We Want One More Drop?
Do We Want More Non-Hold'em Events In Europe?
Is the International Stadiums Poker Tour Really Happening?
The EPT's New Policy on Deals
A Game Of Skill
Who should represent the new Team Full Tilt
The satellite - one of the most important innovations in poker
Are televised final tables too long?
Should we call fish fish?
PokerStars Micro Millions - Taking the Small Stakes Into the Big Leagues
Are live poker results reliable? part 1
Are live poker results reliable? part 2
The Poker Career Gap
The Safety of Live Poker
Five predictions for 2013
Thoughts on the WSOP APAC Accumulator Event
Making Poker Social and Making Losing Fun
Organised Learning and Poker
Dusk Till Dawn Rescues the International Stadiums Poker Tour
Should tweeting be allowed on Live Streams?
Should cash games get a tournament makeover?
Thoughts on the 2013 November Nine
WSOP Main Event 'What Ifs'
How should pros behave around recreational players?
How do we measure greatness in poker?
Poker does not discriminate
Prop bet or just humiliation?
Do we want more min-cashes?
Did Phil Ivey cheat?
Why is slowrolling so bad?
The top five online poker accolades
The evolution of the WSOPE
Comparing the live and online Triple Crowns
How important is fitness for poker?
What Gus Hansen can teach us about game selection.
Why the Super High Rollers are shunning the limelight.
Everyone but the champion suffers from the WSOP $10 million Main Event guarantee
How can we make poker more fun for recreational players?
5 reasons why Super High Roller results mean less