Poker


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Aug 17

Reynolds Wins $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit Hold’em Event

The 62-year-old accountant Thomas Reynolds got his cards in the right place and had every bit of luck that he needed to capture the $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit hold’em Event title at the 2017 WSOP.


He was able to topple as many as 2020 entries in this event to take home the first place prize money of $292,880.

There is something about the 2017 World Series of Poker as it has been seeing massive fields in many of the events. It could be the chance to win the gold bracelet along with the prize money in the major events that is drawing many poker players to take part in the events.

Reynolds from Raleigh in North Carolina is a very happy man and is proud of what he has done at the $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit hold’em Event. This achievement is sure going to make him and his family members proud as he has not cashed at any of the WSOP events that he had participated before. By virtue of this win, Reynolds earned his first WSOP gold bracelet at the age of 62 years. He is very proud of the feat that he has achieved. Continue reading →


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Apr 17

FOP Auckland Starts Off

Payday is often big in poker and it is not unusual that poker players in Kiwi will want to take advantage of the situation.


The Sky City festival that hosted a Poker event had Te Rangi Matenga as the winner of the Main Event. He also becomes the fifth Kiwi player with a total of seven years to make the win.

The card sharks of New Zealand usually come to the Sky City casino in Auckland and they all have their eyes set on the prize pool that is generated in this poker tournament, it is the best and biggest in the country. The cost fee for entering the Main Event at the Festival of Poker is $1,650. The organizers are expecting a high turnout, about 150 players approximately who will come up from different parts of Asia and Australia. Continue reading →


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Feb 17

2017 Bahamas PokerStars Championship Won By Greenwood

The 2017 PokerStars Championship Bahamas had 159 entrants, and the event went on for three days.


At the end of it, Luc Greenwood was announced as the winner and he bagged a prize of $779,268. Greenwood has not tasted such a huge prize money, success in his career so far and he is over the moon after winning the Bahamas PokerStars Championship. He defeated Nick Petrangelo who also won a handsome amount of $740,032 after the duo struck a deal.

This win by Greenwood is ten times more than his previous big cash winning of $75,000 that was achieved way back in 2010 when he finished in the 21st position. Greenwood, by virtue of this win, has joined his brothers Max and Sam to win the poker millionaire title. He now has more than $1.2 million in lifetime earnings. The third place was grabbed by American Michael Rocco and he earned prize money of $409,020. Continue reading →


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Dec 16

New Power Couple Of Poker

After tying knot Natasha Barbour and Jason Mercier (Player of poker) have become the premier power couple of poker.


They have met since long and in 2016 during the World Series of Poker, Mercier proposed Barbour for marriage and she said yes. On 20th November they both got married and became the most powerful couple of poker.

Mercier has five World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets and one EPT title. While, Barbour has one WSOP Circuit Ring with appearances in two WSOP final tables. Combined, both have the earning of 18.5 million Dollars. After marriage, they not only have become the premium power couple, but also have created the history.

Both the poker players have a great winning history Mercier being a consistent threat to so many players is champ of the high stakes tour and on the other hand Barbour has proven herself in poker and is among the top female players. In last two WSOP, Barbour finished as runner-up and third. It is also expected that she will be the next woman to win an open – field bracelet. Continue reading →


10
Nov 16

PokerNews Cup winner

The PokerNews Cup was a new event held in North America this year.


It was organized at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. At this event Ryan Van Sanford was the lucky one to claim the title. He won the event as well as won the prize money of $68,676. Being 23 years of age, he comes in from the state of Colorado. He played between 120 players at the tournament, which was a $2,150 buy-in format. His overall earnings in tournaments have gone up to $900,000 as a result.

Van Sanford was able to defeat Dominic Picnic who was the chip leader on day one. The battle between them lasted for about 45 minutes. Van Sanford moved at all when Picnic revealed that he was holding A of Hearts and 2 of Diamonds and raised the stakes to 150,000. Picnic then made the call and that put an end to his participation. All the chips were then moved to Van Sanford. Van Sanford was definitely elated with the win. Continue reading →


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Jun 16

High-Stakes player Terrence Chan chews over on newest MMA victory

Terrence Chan, the high-stakes cash game player, was the champ in a mixed martial art battle previous month in Manila, his 6th career battle in his quest to 1 day compete in Ultimate Fighting Championship. Terrence is now 6-0.


Chan, who weighed in around hundred and twenty five pounds but also battles at hundred-thirty-five, took no harm in his speedy submission win, a tear under the banner of World Series of Fighting Global, that as per him, is regarded either the number two and number three mixed martial art promotion after the UFC.
In spite of his full-time MMA developing, the thirty-five year old still competes hard at World Series of Poker in Sin City Las Vegas. Still, he is looking for his 1st bracelet, but he does have thirty cashes there lifetime as well as over US$1 million in lifetime event earnings. Continue reading →


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Jan 16

Omaha poker experiencing new popularity

No matter which type of Omaha poker you get engage in, you can get tournaments and cash games every day of the week. With their recent popularity explosion, you only have to drive to your local casino or card room to be in a game. Whether you are an advanced player or a novice, Omaha game is there for you.
At the Hollywood Park Casino in California, Corey Silver, the Tournament Director, created the only Big O (5-card Omaha) event in Los Angeles. The weekly US$ 2500 guarantee event took place on Saturdays at 3 pm features a US$ 60 buy-in for ten thousand chips as well as one US$ 60 rebuy for fifteen thousand chips.
Players play fiften minute levels. A US$5 event food voucher or US$10 cash game food voucher legitimate the same day till midnight is a great benefit for the players.  The event players get a double jackpot slip good for just that day.

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Jun 15

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May 15

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Apr 15

Dylan Wilkerson poker career has ensured he is well-paid

The Global Poker Index has been doing a commendable job in ranking players at the global and national levels in the last few years.

Most players who make it to the 300-best release list are from the US, Canada and England. On the release list dated 26th February 2015, Dylan Wilkerson who is based in the US was ranked 70th, previously he occupied the 56th place and had 2546.19 points. The rankings disseminated by the GPI are highly imperative references that are used by sponsoring sites to pick the best from the multitude. Similarly, featuring in the list cements the reputation of the poker players as they are depicted as vibrant and determined. Wilkerson is not a new figure, he was first spotted at the WSOP in 2007 in a $1,500 NLHE where he finished 25th to walk away with $18,644.

He reappeared in the 2010 World Series of Poker $1,500 NLHE Event #30 where he placed 60th to take home $7,821 and later in the WSOP’s circuit event Regional Championship in Rincon finishing 8th to get $30,397. Continue reading →