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Canterbury Park Hosts Twin Cities Poker Open

Canterbury Park, home of the largest poker room in the Midwest, and uncontested leader in poker tournaments concluded a new, and highly successful tournament, The Twin Cities Poker Open. The August tournament was added to Canterbury’s popular tournament line-up for the first time, and proved to be a huge success. Next on the agenda, the most anticipated event of the year, is their Fall Classic, beginning on October 10 and running through the 23.

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Moody’s may cut MTR Gaming credit rating (AP)

Moody’s Investor Service said Tuesday it may lower MTR Gaming Group Inc.’s credit rating because the casino operator is at risk of violating the terms of its lending agreement in the next few quarters.

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Wise: Personality conflict in the $50,000 HORSE

The problem with being a living legend is that there’s still time to tarnish your legacy. Will Scotty Nguyen’s antics at the $50,000 HORSE event cost him a piece of his reputation?

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The River Review

The River shows the WinStar World Championship Series, a $3,000,000 tournament and the satellites leading up to it. The show has good commentary, but there’s a lot of non-poker content and the onscreen graphics are weak. Greg Raymer has long been one of my favorite poker commentators.

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Poker in the Park returns to London

Poker in the Park module separate from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 15, and 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 16. During that time, PKR module be … more

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Bluff: Eyes wide shut

Annette Obrestad won a 180-player tournament without seeing her hole cards. She provides some important things to remember in any tournament.

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Some serious grinding

When baby Pud makes an appearance towards the back end of March, my available poker playing time will be drastically reduced. In addition, as I will not be able to commit a set period of time to play, I have decided to stop playing tournament poker (more…) for the time being

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Lee: WSOP improves again

Bernard Lee revisits the successes and failures of the 2008 WSOP and offers some suggestions for 2009.

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Inside The Hauler: Older, wiser Hamlin back at Pocono

Denny Hamlin won his first race at Pocono in 2006, then completed the Pennsylvania sweep later that summer. And although a more mature Hamlin has changed plenty since then, Pocono could still provide a springboard heading toward the Chase, writes David Newton.

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Pinch, punch, first of the month

My previous post (more…) started by telling you that I will be making some lifestyle changes but I never actually said why I had decided to take this action. Well now, I can tell you that I have been pondering life etc

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Tiffany Michelle upgraded to star status on UB.com

Michelle, who previously worked as a recording communicator in the cards industry, had a strange separate at the 2008 WSOP Main Event and managed to attain 17th locate before eventually … more

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