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Ziigmund gets called out

Especially when you’re playing online with the same players every day at nosebleed stakes, getting to know your opponents, and trusting your reads are the most important thing a player can do.

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APT lights the fuse for 2009

The $2,500 USD buy-in Manila main event is the first of four APT events planned to 2009, with the details of the final three being released sometime next week. The CEO of the APT, Chris Parker, is excited for next year: “The APT has already held two major events this year – APT Philippines and APT Macau. After consultation with players, online partners, and sponsors, a comprehensive schedule is now being planned for 2009 to successfully meet the needs of all concerned

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Feldman rules

A contingent of 21 players put up at least $10,000 each and matched wits for 36 hours in front of the cameras for a show to be televised at a later date. The game kicked off at 2 p.m.

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Feldman rules Poker Den endurance test – PokerListings.com

Feldman rules Poker Den endurance test PokerListings.com – 17 minutes ago By Jason Kirk Poker Den: The Big Game III wrapped up last week and the results are in. A contingent of 21 players put up at least $10000 each and matched …

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McSweeney uncorks win at Irish Poker Festival

Despite the likes of Ladbrokes Poker pro Roy Brindley and Pot-Limit Omaha World Champion Marty Smyth being in the mix, it was Jimmy McSweeney from Cork, Ireland, who took home the win. He had plenty of competition as well. Earlier in the week the capacity for the €550 main event of the Irish Poker Festival was raised from 625 to 750 when organizers realized how popular the event was going to be.

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McSweeney uncorks win at Irish Poker Festival – PokerListings.com

McSweeney uncorks win at Irish Poker Festival PokerListings.com – 11 hours ago By Sarah Polson Killarney, Ireland, had an influx of poker players Oct.

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As the durrrr turns: Dwan spins up $620k

Case in point: another episode of the irresistible force vs.

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As the durrrr turns: Dwan spins up $720k

Case in point: another episode of the irresistible force vs. the immovable object yesterday, as two of the game’s most aggressive – or some might say maniacal – high-stakes rivals squared off in another $500/$1,000 RailHeaven session at Full Tilt Poker. The force: Ilari ” Ziigmund ” Sahamies.

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Deluge of pros forecast for WPT NAPC

Built on a cliff that looks right over Niagara’s world-famous Horseshoe Falls, Fallsview Casino Resort is the largest gaming resort facility in Canada. To feel any closer to the falls you’d have to try your luck in a barrel.

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Denver resident wins HPT event

  Ramadanis, 31, is a sound engineer in Denver who turned a $340 qualifier entry into a seat in the one of the Heartland Poker Tour’s largest events this year. With 386 players turning up for the Texas Hold’em main event, the HPT Mile High Poker Open boasted a $582,600 prize pool. Ramadanis pocketed $174,780 of that for the win

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bwin Poker begins Bulgarian invasion

“We are delighted to have colored one of the last blank areas of the European Union in with bwin colors,” said Kevin O’Neal, bwin Poker press officer. “Bulgarian customers have already been able to enjoy our products, only so far everything was in a foreign language for them. Now that the full customization for Bulgaria is completed, we are looking forward to appealing to a broader audience in this promising market.” The Bulgarian site was launched Oct

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