Startup Poker 2.0

Startup Poker 2.0 event recaps, announcements and articles.

Event Recap: San Diego, July 2019

The July event was awesome! It was the last time we'll be in HouseCall Pro's space, because it's their old space! They're moving on up, and we'll be back there early next year in the new digs. A banh mi sandwich, nice cold beer, good people, and poker. What else could you want?! While we [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 6th, 2019|Events, San Diego, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: San Diego, June 2019

Jeff Burg was kind enough to come out of sabbatical and show up to his office to host Startup Poker in North County San Diego last night (by the way don't tell anyone, he's not suppose to step foot into the office on sabbatical). It was an intimate group this month, so we decided to [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 6th, 2019|Events, San Diego, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Silicon Valley, July 2019

  Our July edition of Founders Poker Silicon Valley was hosted by Nordic Innovation House in downtown Palo Alto. Thank you for hosting us, NIH! And thanks, as always, to our stalwart sponsors, WSGR and Colliers – we couldn't do this without you. If you're a regular at Founders Poker, you'll know that your humble [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Silicon Valley, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Silicon Valley, June 2019

Our June edition of Founders Poker was hosted at Founders Institute in Palo Alto. Thanks to Adeo and the FI team for being such wonderful hosts! And thanks to our sponsors, WSGR and Colliers, for their enduring support for founders everywhere. Despite a case of laryngitis (which really just created additional dramatic effect), Adeo opened [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Silicon Valley, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Silicon Valley, May 2019

Our May edition of Founders Poker was hosted at Armory's downtown San Mateo office. Thanks Armory! And thanks, as always, to our sponsors WSGR and Colliers. We appreciate all that you do for founders. We had a full house this evening, and a lot of new faces. The great energy was a proper send off [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Silicon Valley, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Silicon Valley, April 2019

Thanks to Nordic Innovation House for hosting us once again in downtown Palo Alto, just a block off University Ave. And thanks, as always, to our sponsors WSGR and Colliers – we couldn't do this without you. This evening proved, once again, that a chip and a chair is all you need. Bobby, in town [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:25:52+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Silicon Valley, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Portland, March 2019

What a more fitting way to welcome Spring in Portland than having a lot of fresh new faces at the March game. From seasoned startup veterans just completing sales of their companies to founders just prepping for launch, the new stories they had to tell ran the gamut. Special thanks to CJ from VinoVoyage for [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:26:00+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Portland, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Portland, May 2019

It's always a pleasure to have Mr. StartupHaven, Bob Crimmins, himself in the house. Turns out he knows a thing or two about and played his way to a second place finish at the Portland poker game. The top honors went to Patrick Ezell of Bridgetown AI. Special thanks to the folks at Cloudability who [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:26:00+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Events, Portland, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

Event Recap: Portland, January 2019

We had a lot of new faces to start 2019 at the PDX startup poker event. Bart Bergquist showed off his amazing convertible travel bag, and the team from Cocacao joined us for the first time, makers of the most amazing three ingredient chocolates you've ever tasted. It looked like beginners luck was going to [...]

By |2019-11-14T05:26:01+00:00August 1st, 2019|Events, Portland, Startup Poker 2.0|0 Comments

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