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mastrblastr blasted by Benyamine

It seems odd that Benyamine would have any players willing to pit their rolls up against him right now, considering he seems to hit every out and take every stack of every player he sits with. He’s one of the largest online winners of the year, and as of right now has taken down the largest pot of the day

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Brit’s poker session has record potential

Unless, of course, you are Dave Cain. In that case, the action is likely just getting going

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Bodog Poker Open II goes down Sunday – PokerListings.com

Bodog Poker Open II goes down Sunday PokerListings.com – 9 hours ago By Sean Lind The largest single guaranteed prize pool in Bodog history will be won on Sunday after the main event of the second Bodog Poker Open kicks off …

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Bodog Poker Open II goes down Sunday

Playing in the event is as easy as registering in the main tournament lobby for a $470 + $30 seat, and a chance at winning your share of $300,000. With $350,000 in cash and prizes awarded last week, and a minimum of $300,000 more being won on Sunday, Bodog’s Poker Open II is a resounding success

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Brit’s poker session has record potential – PokerListings.com

Brit’s poker session has record potential PokerListings.com – 10 hours ago By Miguel Strother When you start seeing spiders climbing all over the poker table, take that as a clear sign you should stop and take a break from playing. …

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WCOOP champ ckingusc poised to go far

But every now and then someone bucks that trend and makes his big score online, as Carter King did last week when he won the main event of the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker. If you don’t know him the Georgia-born King by name in the real world, you might know him by reputation online, where he plays under the screen name ckingusc

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Juanda triumphs in brutal WSOPE battle

The Full Tilt Poker pro took down the WSOP Europe Main Event last night, laying claim to his fourth gold bracelet after a torturous 484-hand final table that seemed like it might never end. A full 19 hours and 10 minutes (not counting the two-hour dinner break) elapsed from “shuffle up and deal” to the final river card that sealed Juanda’s win, thanks to a tournament structure designed to allow skill to triumph over luck in deciding the eventual victor

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Players get a taste of PL.com freeroll cash

Just to name a couple of examples, Full Tilt Poker offers a $3,000 weekly freeroll, and Titan Poker ponies up $1,000 each week for a freeroll, both exclusively for PokerListings players. Sept.

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CAP releases statement on ASOP tourney raid

According to the release, CAP made every effort to abide by the local Spanish laws and was caught off-guard by the police action. Furthermore, CAP legal representatives had allegedly cleared all legal issues prior to the event, making it clear it was a private freeroll-style tournament that was not open to the public. “We don’t put these tournaments on without permission, which is exactly why we have a specific registration system and a number of checks that affiliates go through to gain the password.

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Ivey eases the pain with $439k pot

With a deep run in the £2,500 H.O.R.S.E.

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The Women’s World Open features 36 players from around the world competing for a share of a $108,000 prize pool. With female poker players such as Jen Mason, Late Night Poker finalist Maria Demetriou, Xuyen “Bad Girl” Pham, previous World Open winner Pippa Flanders and others, the battle is sure to be a big one.

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