I went to Google and keyed in the same words. Yep, there he was at #6.
So let's try some other words. I keyed in "poker blog Korean jew," and sure enough, another of my favorite blogs popped up, this time as #1: BWoP.
I wonder how
I then keyed in "bridge poker blog." In other words, I switched the order of the two words poker/bridge. Do you think it would make a difference? Yes, it did! Gavin dropped to #4 and I wasn't listed at all. It did bring up Phil Gordon in several spots such as here. (Besides being a top poker player, he's a terrific bridge player as well.) I also found this link where a blogger suggests this slogan: Play bridge (it's like poker, but for smart people). Obviously you have to be smart to play good poker, but bridge is considered to be the ultimate card game because it's so complex. In case you haven't guessed, bridge players tend to be a little snobbish.
What else? I tried "Poker blog Canadian," but it didn't find any of the Tuckfards. I tried "poker blog humor," but nothing exciting turned up.
Maybe you can think of keywords to use and do some searches of your own.
Back to where I started -- bastin. What makes a good blog? It takes two things: You have to have something to say, and you have to be able to say it well. He does both of these (and occasionally an amazing photo), so give him a read.