If you would like to contact any member of the PokerNewsReport.com team, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to reply within 24 hours, however due to being so busy updating the site it may sometimes take a little longer.
Alan – I am Alan, the editor and owner of PokerNewsReport.com and also contribute news stories to the site. I am from the United Kingdom and oversee that the site is updated with fresh and unique content daily to ensure readers are updated on the latest poker news. My goal for the site is to make it an authority for poker news and I take a quality over quantity approach, preferring to provide readers with detailed news reports instead of quick summary’s. I hope you enjoy the site and please feel free to contact me with any feedback (e-mail address above).
Phil - Phil is our main writer, writing at least one article per day. He is from Ireland and is regarded as one of the top poker content writers, writing for various top poker websites and gaining a great reputation along the way.
Charles - Charles is one of our American writers and he helps us cover all of the biggest news stories, including the legal situation and information on live poker tournament results.
Mark – Mark is another highly regarded poker news writer and he is from the United Kingdom. He has been a poker news reporter for three years now and having him as an addition to the PokerNewsReport team is a great pleasure. Mark covers a wide variety of news topics and is well-known in the Irish poker tournament scene.
David -David is a 21 year-old avid poker player who has been playing online poker for two years and contributes to the site when he has spare time. He is from London, England, and is currently studying Law at University.
Paul – Paul is our other American writer and occasionally delivers us news. The most typical types of articles he covers are U.S. related subjects and online poker legislation.
We hope you continue to enjoy our poker news as we grow to become an authority poker news website!