Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Ed Moses Makes a Splash with Par and … MarketWatch - 4 hours ago Ed Moses may have broken world records and won gold and silver medals for swimming, but the 2009 Par and Poker tournament is bringing him back to his very …
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The two events from the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) to take place last night were both $1 million-plus events. The marquee event was the $25,000 buy-in heads-up no-limit hold’em event, wherein 64 entrants, including some of the best in the world, plunked down 25…
One of the terms sure to start an energetic discussion among online poker players is ‘multi-accounting’. Though the extent to which multi-accounting occurs never has been determined to an exact degree, the practice certainly exists…
Play Texas Hold ‘ em in Jackson and help charity Tri-Town News, NJ - 9 hours ago The Howell-Jackson Knights of Columbus Council 6201 will host a charity Texas Hold ‘ em Poker Tournament on Sept.
They are CEREUS. Absolute Poker and UltimateBet, two online gaming sites that have each been embroiled in significant scandals that rocked the online poker community over the past year, will join together on a new poker platform-the CEREUS network. I could not have made this one up
Daniel Negreanu covers a ton of topics (charity, travel, politics, WCOOP , etc.) in his latest vlog, including the 6-8 inches of water on his home floor when he returned from Sweden.
The 2008 World Championship of Poker – collectively known as the WCOOP – kicked off its official festivities last night with Events #1 ($215 6-Handed NL) and #2 ($215 5-Card Draw). A combined 8,241 entrants would occupy seats for these first 2 events alone! The WCOOP, which is held annually by industry giant PokerStars, is the richest poker tournament series in the world. 33 events in total will be played from now until September 23rd, when the 2nd day of the $5,200 Main Event will conclude.
Read the rest here: California poker bill is on hold
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High-stakes regular and Deuces Cracked coach Jay Krantz, better known to railbirds as nosebleed player pr1nnyraid on Full Tilt Poker, reported on his blog yesterday that he’s about to head west to begin production work on a new reality TV show that features himself and a handful of other online chipslingers. Here’s a tongue-in-cheek capsule description of HOUSE OF CARDS from Krantz’s post: HOUSE OF CARDS, a half hour special, will chronicle the lives of a group of top-flight online poker players.