The iNinja Poker Tour is another poker tour that is on currently though there have been certain restructuring efforts that have come by due to changes requested by several players who are sponsored by the forum.
Isaac Tucker is the operator and owner of the company that is based out of Minnesota. He has released a statement stating that the tour will proceed as planned, though a rift occurred recently between certain players who are sponsored by the company. The tour has been restructured in its schedule as well as the management having taken certain decisions to restructure certain events. There were a certain number of charges placed by players like Aaron Johnson, Vlad Revniaga and Kou Vang. They stated that Tucker had not paid the contractors and employers on time. The company had failed to distribute the prize money on several occasions when these players had participated in iNinja Leagues. The funds of the company were being used for other means and payments were not being made on time. Continue reading “iNinja Poker Tour News”
There is much talk about the Master Classics of Poker event that has started off from 17TH November.
This is an annual event that sees several celebrated players as well as newbie are who register for the event. This year it is a silver edition that would be worth following. There is something special this year; it is the 25th
edition of Master Classics of Poker. The event is planned over a period of 15 days. The players’ party that started off the event was a gala event too.
The event was planned to be held from 12th to 26th of November 2016. Being planned in Amsterdam, this event offered a chance for all poker enthusiasts to register as per the schedule that was published on their website as well as on the social media pages. Continue reading “Master Classics Of Poker Starts”
The Global Poker League was concluded recently and it has been in the news as it was the inaugural session of this tournament that was held for the first time this year.
While Montreal Nationals won the title, there are many aspects of this tournament worth noting as well. The Cube was the venue for the novel tournament that was held in Las Vegas. The Berlin Bears and Montreal ended up in the final struggle for the title. It was concluded last Thursday and it featured several star players in the teams.
There was an eleven match series held in the tournament and the best of the eleven matches was decided for. The two teams contested for a while and the final winning amount was a check of $100,000. It is hoped that Global Poker League will move on to subsequent sessions in the following years. The first season saw preparations start off from February of this year. Continue reading “Global Poker League Events”
The US$ 1 million $25000 buy-in Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown no-limit high roller drew in a pack of ninety-four entries, easily exceeding the guarantee to build a prize kitty of US$ 2350000. David Malka came out as the winner with the title, the 1st spot prize of US$ 658000 along with 756 POY points.
It was his 2nd title of the year, after winning the US$3,250 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament at the World Series of Poker Circuit series at Bicycle Casino for another US$70,355 and two-hundred-sixteen points. With these 2 victories, Malka has jumped to sixty-second spot in the rankings with nine-hundred-seventy-two points.
Malka went to the No 1 spot tough the final table on the way to win, including the likes of World Series of Poker 2013 main event 4th spot ender Sylvain Loosli (Second – US$ 481,750), Tim West (Third – US$ 298,450), Player of the Year 2015 race 3rd place finisher Nick Petrangelo (Fourth- US$ 206,800) as well as WPT Championship main event winner 2009 Yevgeniy Timoshenko (Sixth – US$ 101,050).
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The World Poker Tour, from 2nd to 8th Jan, will go back to Asia for the WPT National Philippines Festival of Poker. It would include the biggest buy-in event in the history of WPT – a US$ 200000 Super High Roller.
Poker King Club’s President and CEO Winfred Yu said that they, at the Poker King Club always targets to press the boundaries of poker that led to us being named as Home of the World’s Biggest Game. That target is now returning to the World Poker Tour National Philippines with a the Super High Roller, and they are happy to include the gravitas of well-known poker players into that mix, like Mr. Richard Yong, the Australian Millions champion and businessman.
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If women can do what men can do, Maria Stern would be a clear illustration of this trite adage used in all spheres of life to empower women.
No sooner had the ink dried after her husband won three trove WSOP bracelets than she leapt at hers on the same year in 1997 catapulting the Stern’s to the apex for couples who have won the accolades. She has participated in myriad events at various global circuits where she has always left an indelible mark. Based in the poker hub of Las Vegas, Nevada, her resume incorporates magnificent accomplishments that would inspire other women to strengthen the global poker sisterhood. A keen glimpse at her exemplary accomplishments will shed light on why she is a classical top-notch.
At the fore, her record contains numerous games in the Seven-Card Stud and Texas Hold’em tournaments. Her nascent achievements include her fourth place in the World Series of Poker $1,000 Women Seven Card Stud tournament. In clinching her first ever bracelet in 1997 in the $1,500 seven card stud tournament, she also took home a sizeable $140,708. Additionally, she has also thrown her hat in other games where she has performed incredibly. Continue reading “Maria Stern poker accomplishments cement her reputation on the poker landscape”
Poker has developed at a breakneck pace, today, it accounts for billions of shillings in the gambling industry worldwide.
The World Series of Poker is one of the profound international circuits that players can leverage to get rich and entrench a trove title under their belts. The English have played in poker arenas featuring in many events where they have participated with flying colors. Praz Bansi is an English poker player who has played in the WSOP and other home events where he has squeezed plethora dollars and coveted titles.
His record encompasses achievements that propel him to the pedestal like other poker superstars. A strategy that Bansi has always used to rake in more cash for his wallet is cashing, it’s in record he has cashed continuously at the WSOP since 2006. Continue reading “Pramesh ‘Praz’ Bansi Oeuvre in Poker is Illustrious”
Poker is heady per se, no player can win consistently, and even pros like Phil Ivey have suffered heavy losses that they have had to cope up with. It is no surprise that most players opt to cash and finish runner-up. The critical undertaking is to cushion the bankroll against substantial losses by offsetting it by any means possible. Marco Caldwell Johnson subscribes to these notions as he has a total of 22 cashes. However, in the course of his losses, a WSOP bracelet finally found its way to his hands in 2013 after eluding him twenty-two times. Johnson also sailed through online in the limit HORSE getting a WCOOP championship title and other prizes. Throughout his poker career, ostensibly, he improves after every tournament.
He won the 343-players $2,500 6-Handed limit hold’em 2013 WSOP Event 48 that added a colossal $206,796. He had previously emerged 2nd at the 2,317-players $2,000 NLHE WSOP Event #48 scooping $491,723. Antecedently, he had finished runners-up thrice in the WSOP. This includes the $2,500 limit hold’em 6-handed 2012 WSOP Event 40 and the $1,500 PL Omaha High-Low Split-8 Event 31 2013. In September 2012, he went ahead to triumph during the $320 Buy-in PokerStars.com 2012 WCOOP Limit HORSE Event #41 overcoming a huge pool of 598 entrants to walk away with $33,727.20. He also earned himself $85,481 at the $150 plus $13 buy in (Full Tilt Poker) 200k Guarantee NLHE with re-buys online. Suffice to say, his largest online prize was when he ranked third in the $10,000 plus $300 buy in PokerStars WCOOP HORSE Event #44 earning a good $133,900 in 2011.
With his wide array of winnings that he has accomplished hitherto, one cannot impugn his resume is not excellent. Additionally, Marco Caldwell Johnson has managed to win a WCOOP bracelet in the $320 Limit HORSE in 2012 where he got $33,727.20. The record he has established up to now depicts a player who is expectant of more cash for his winnings and trophies alongside.