CardPlayer.com Online Poker : WCOOP HORSE and PL Hold’em Event Conclude CardPlayer.com, NV - 5 hours ago Last night’s two events in the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker featured HORSE and pot-limit hold’em.
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Two PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) events took place last night, including the fourth of seven events with guarantees of $1 million or more. As with every WCOOP event thus far, both events surged past their guarantees with ease. Read the event recaps below to find out who…
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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.
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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.
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