So why don't you want to moderate for Poker?
At this point I don't qualify because youneed 300 rep. With experience as a moderator and expertise with poker necessary to genuinely moderate the site, though, this is only a technical limitation.
Even if I did meet the bar, I wouldn't do it. That would mean Poker SE kept running, and it seems at this point more clearly than ever, Stack Exchange needs to start culling the sites that don't work.
Poker SE does not have the content to justify a separate site.
From SEDE's latest infornation, Poker SE has less than 2200 questions and 4700 answers to match, across 133 tags.
The single tag of Magic: the Gathering on Board & Card Games SE, which sees repeated Area 51 proposals for a separate site, has nearly 5000 questions, and 8700 answers to them.
Poker SE does not have the user base necessary to be called a community.
Far less than half of the new users in the last 45 days are legitimate. 18 are explicitly identified with "spam" or "spammer" in their username.
Of those new users, only six have received any rep on the site (via joint total of seven upvotes) (and one other user has even lost rep from their association bonus).
In this quarter, only nine users have gained the reputation equivalent of at least two upvotes.
During this time, 21 others have gained the equivalent of exactly one upvote.