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Meet the Team:
Nate Adams has been a gambling geek since he formed a low-stakes poker league with his buddies in high school. While attending Stanford University, he chose to major in Psychology — all the better to read your poker face across the table. When it comes to the brave new world of online and social gaming, the degree doesn’t apply as much…but he might just be bluffing when he says that. Contact him at nate (at) chipist.com.
Dustin Blackwell is a purveyor of all things good and gambling. He has been gaming his whole life, with a passion for good poker, video games and fine beverages. When not in Vegas, he spends his time doing PR for TriplePoint in San Francisco. He graduated from Texas State University with a degree in mass communications. Whether splitting Aces or splashing the pot, Dustin never shies away from a bet. Contact him at dustin (at) chipist.com.
Alan Dunton has been a PR guy since the late 1990s, working for a diverse range of technology and entertainment companies. Due to multiple shoulder dislocations and a few collapsed lungs — payback for years of living the mantra ‘no pain, no gain’ — Alan doesn’t take many risks any more. Unless of course he’s at the occasional Blackjack table…he doesn’t win by any stretch of the imagination, but he orders enough blue drinks to make it worth his while. Contact him at alan (at) chipist.com.
Brent Hannify has been blogging for TriplePoint since May of 2012. He is an avid PC gamer with far too many games in his Steam library. His alma mater is the University of Redlands from where he graduated in 2009 with a degree in creative writing. Brent does not understand when to double down. Contact him at brent (at) chipist.com.
Richard Kain wishes all the hands up to the final table of the 2004 Party Poker million had been shown instead of the final table action. He will play low suited connectors in middle position no matter what the curmudgeons of the Bellagio high limit games think of the value of the cards. His day job is running TriplePoint a public relations firm that runs this blog and is an active angel investor. Contact him at rich (at) chipist.com.
Phillip Klugman has been a gamer all of his life, starting on the SNES when he was only six years old. He fell in love with gambling at the tender age of 18, when he went on an international cruise and discovered the thrill of the cards. He now spends his time at TriplePoint PR helping amazing clients and products achieve their PR goals in San Francisco. His love for gambling leads to an averages of three to four Las Vegas trips a year so that he can play his favorite card game, Blackjack. If you’re in Vegas, you can typically catch him at The Cosmopolitan, where he’ll be using the $20 trick to be upgraded to a wrap-around suite. Contact him at phillip (at) chipist.com.