1

There's currently a tag as well as . Similarly there are tags and . There are other possible variations that haven't happened to come up yet ("live-poker" for instance).

So I think it's pretty clear that there are two major categories here and that we need synonyms ( / should be synonyms and / should be synonyms). However, which names should be the main names? Are there other synonyms we need to worry about?

I think a large portion of questions will be tagged with one of these two, so it's important to do this right. I also think questions that relate equally to both can be left without one of these tags, but if you disagree you can include why in your answer.

6

"Poker" in a tag is redundant and should be discouraged.

I like "live" and "online" for their simplicity.

1

Rely on the auto-completion of this system. If a user has a question about live play, they are going to type in L-I-V… to which will pop up . <-- That would be my choice. Anything else would be ambiguous.

For online play, the uses types in O-N-L-I… to which he will see . <-- Again, completely unambiguous.

0

"live" feels ambiguous to me, but I am probably an outlier.

My vote goes to [bricks-and-mortar] and [online-poker] being the primaries. No ambiguity.

0

I would go with "live" and "online" play, as these are most common with online poker media, tournament coverage and content.

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .