Card Player Poker: its time to win a seat to Bike Main Event

One of the top stops of the Card Player Poker Tour Season II is fleetly setting about and poker players now have even more scopes to take a dig at money and CPPT glory. The CPPT would make a stop at Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens (California) on 21st September through 15th October in what is all sure to be one of the biggest events series of the season.

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Indian Championship won by young poker expert Anuruddha Meddegoda

Day 2 of the INR 30,000 Main Event at the India Poker Championship (IPC) started at 5pm on Sunday nighttime and a 7 hour later toil, Anuruddha Meddegoda was delegated the India Poker Champion for 2013. It was a clamoring card room on Sunday nighttime in the Royale card room in Panjim, Goa where different members landed with a specific end goal to play the last occasion of the IPC weekend i.e. the Headhunter, an abundance cum-re-section occasion. Continue reading

Joseph Hechem-Holding pride as the first Australian to win WSOP bracelet

Professional games are more played in this world, but only few games turn much interesting. Such games can easily handled by the professional players. One such professional game played by professional players includes Poker. Professional players handle the tricks easily and rock the game. Among such professional Poker players, Joseph Hechem is highly remembered for his winning of WSOP bracelet in the year 2005. Joseph Hechem was born on March 11, 1966 in Australia. Continue reading

Men Nguyen

Professional Pokers are numerous in playing Poker. Among the Poker professionals, Men Nguyen is most significant player as he has successfully achieved winning 7 bracelets in World Series of Poker. Born in 1954, Nguyen is familiar for finishing 120 from 2004-05. Playing Poker is his passion. Being a Vietnamese American Poker professional, Men is given the nickname as The Master in the field of Poker. Men’s first tournament win turn out to be in 1987.

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Paul Zimbler is defeated by Matthew Davenport

Matthew Davenport has supported his bankroll by a great £25,000 in the wake of bringing down the most recent incarnation of the Dusk Till Dawn £300 Deepstack, vanquishing Paul Zimbler heads-up to secure the first major live triumph of his vocation.

With a large portion of Dusk Till Dawn’s regulars contending in the Ukipt Isle of Man Main Event. Numerous players were choosing not to play because of promptly Bonfire Night festivals. Hence, the club was left nurturing a £10,000 overlay, which was incredible for the players, less for Rob Yong and organization.

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Jeremy Ausmus

Born in the small town of Lamer, Colorodo, Jeremy Ausmus has been watching poker games from a very young age. This was the time when he learnt the tricks of the game by observation and managed to gain expertise by watching the best players of the region play the game.

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Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu was born on July 26, 1974 in Toronto, Canada. In 1974, his parents moved to US. Later his father got a job as an electrician in Toronto, so they end up settling their life in Canada. When Daniel was only four, he dreamed of becoming rich. He was so ambitious that once he told his mother he would build a house with popsicle sticks.

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Open Stakes

The open stakes is the alternative of the rules of the table stakes. In it players are granted permission for money borrowing or they can even buy more number of chips if they are willing to, during the on hand table round process. The open stakes are more commonly founded at homes or in private games.

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Ryan Stevenson Wins the World Series of Poker

This years World Series of poker Harrah’s Tunica circuit main event attracted a huge number of participants, a total of 666 entrants to be exact. Piling a breath taking prize pool of $999,000.

The event which lasted for four days was an action packed event with most of the players pulling some impressive stunts. However, most of them were eliminated along the way and the final day saw a 26 year old pro from Hone Lake, Mississippi Ryan Stevenson, an engineer by profession make it to the final table.

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