The Best Poker Social Networkers

When I was asked to vote for the Bluff Magazine Power 20 there was a lot of emphasis on how influential the people were in regards to the overall poker industry. But in reality I tend to follow, read, and like people that might not be the CEO of a major gambling company. Mostly because so few of the most influential actually interact in the social media universe or if they do they often do it through carefully crafted messages written for them by the corporate communications or marketing departments.

So I was wondering, “Who really are the people who do the most influencing?” For instance, who are the people you follow on Twitter. Who are you “Liking” on Facebook? Who’s blogs do you read every post?

Who do you find informative?
Who do you find entertaining?
Who do you learn from?

Bill Rini

Bill Rini has been working in the online poker industry since 2004. He was a product manager for poker at Full Tilt and was the poker room manager at PartyPoker. Currently, Bill is the Head of Online Poker for WSOP.   Bill has been blogging about online poker since 2003 and is considered one of the leading authorities on the online poker industry.   "I like What Bill Rini said in his blog" - Doyle Brunson   "In other news, we had Bill Rini write an absolutely home run blog." Daniel Negreanu   "Industry insider Bill Rini has one of the most popular blogs in poker, with thousands of subscribers and fans regularly coming back for his universally respected insight into the industry" - Barry Carter (News editor for PokerStrategy, Co-Author: The Mental Game of Poker)

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3 Responses

  1. Barry Carter says:

    Thanks Bill, thats quite an honor coming from one of my favorite bloggers.

  2. Bill Rini says:

    Barry, I just linked to your article about whether or not you really want a job in this business on Poker Job Search. Great article. I really liked the part about turning a hobby into a career. Like you I don’t enjoy playing poker as much as I used to. I don’t want to stare at poker stuff all day and then play poker.

    I just added you to my daily RSS feed. :-)

  3. Barry Carter says:

    You and KevMath really,