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  4. PokerStars ends 6+ Hold'em Spin and Go

    NewsPokerStars ends 6+ Hold'em Spin and GoPokerStars has been introducing new games and formats for the last couple of years, but very few of them have stuck around. PokerStars version of Short Deck a.k.a. 6+ Hold'em is still available in cash game form, however, the Spin and Go versions of 6+ Hold'em have been pulled from the PokerStars platform. [...] Read more…
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  6. NewsPaul Richardson binks WSOP Circuit Thunder ValleyIt took four attempts, but Paul Richardson finally won a WSOP Circuit Main Event ring. Richardson had previously finished in 8th place and 4th place twice before he went the distance at Thunder Valley Resort and Casino just outside Sacramento. Richardson banked $130,667 for fading a field of 414 players. [...] Read more…
  7. PCA Dunzo, PokerStars shutters PCA

    NewsPCA Dunzo, PokerStars shutters PCAPokerStars and the Atlantis Casino in the Bahamas have decided to split up. After 16 years, the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure will no longer be the place to be in January. PokerStars decided to not continue the PCA for 2020 and instead they will be focusing on the 2020 PokerStars Players Championship in Barcelona. [...] Read more… Pic by PokerStars Blog
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  9. NewsJungleman and Illya Trincher backed Phil Ivey at the 2019 WSOP and seek garnished wagesWhen Phil Ivey finished in 8th place in the2019 WSOP 50K PPC, his winnings were garnished by the Borgata as part of the $10 million he owes to Casino after the edge sorting baccarat scandal. The Rio withheld Ivey's score worth $124,410. His backers, Jungleman and Illya Trincher, are seeking their half of Ivey's score per their staking arrangement. [...] Read more…
  10. Bryn Kenney passes Justin Bonomo on Top 10 Money List

    GUYS , this is a video which has inspired me a lot , you should watch it cause this man is a genius !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGtCipSy370
  11. NewsRonnie Bardah to appear on Survivor: Island of the IdolsRonnie Bardah is the latest poker pro to appear on a reality TV show. Bardah, who won a WSOP bracelet in 2012, confirmed via social media that he will appear on the upcoming season of Survivor: Island of the Idols. The 39th season of Survivor was filmed on location at the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji. [...] Read more…
  12. NewsVince Van Patten's new Film '7 Days to Vegas'Vince Van Patten's film, '7 Days to Vegas', will debut in theaters at the end of September and will also be available on video-on-demand series at the end of the month. Vince Van Patten wrote, produced, and acted in the film which also includes cameos from Phil Hellmuth, Phil Laak, Jen Tilly, and Antonio Esfandiari. [...] Read more…
  13. NewsAaron Van Blarcum wins 2019 WPT Legends of PokerThe World Poker Tour continued with the second event of the season at the Bicycle Casino outside of Los Angeles. Aaron Van Blarcum outlasted 520 players to win the 2019 WPT Legends of Poker. Van Blarcum banked $474,390 and outlasted a final table that also included Jared Griener. [...] Read more…
  14. NewsPokerStars introduces Stacks in Big BlindsFor all of your hardcore tournament players, PokerStars is introducing an option that will allow its players to view their stacks as big blinds in relation to their stack sizes, in addition to how many tournament chips they hold. [...] Read more…
  15. NewsSweden's Simon Brandstrom wins 2019 EPT Barcelona Main Event for €1.3 millionAfter a couple of weeks of nonstop poker action, the 2019 EPT Barcelona came to an end with the conclusion of the Main Event championship. A total of 1,988 runners took part in the €5,300 buy-in event. Simon Brandstrom from Sweden and Hungary's Marton Czuczor agreed to a heads-up money chop. Brandstrom would go on to win the tournament and title along with a first-place prize worth €1,290,166 or approximately $1,420,000 USD. [...] Read more…
  16. News2019 EPT Barcelona: Juan Pardo binks back-to-back High RollersJuan Pardo won a pair of single day High Rollers at the 219 EPT Barcelona. Pardo shipped the €25K for 491,600 and took down the €50K for a little over €1 million. He earned over €1.5 million for two days of work. Pardo defeated a difficult final table in the 50K that included Steve O'Dwyer, Seth Davies, Tim Adams, and Lucas Greenwood. [...] Read more…
  17. NewsPokerStars announces another PSPC in Barcelona in 2020The PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) returns. But it will not be in the Bahamas. The next PSPC will take place on August 20-24, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain. The event will be another $25K buy-in affair (actual price tag will be €22,500). PokerStars will be awarding an unknown number of Platinum Passes to the next PSPC in Barcelona. [...] Read more…
  18. NewsPoker Queens documentary to debut in NovemberSandra Mohr directed "Poker Queens", which tells the story about the first female poker pros and follows several notable players during the 2019 WSOP. The doc debuts on Amazon Prime streaming services in November. Liv Boeree, Jen Harman, and Kathy Liebert get top billing. E-Tay, Kelly Minkin, Kristen Bicknell, and Loni Hardwood also get screen time. [...] Read more…
  19. NewsEPT Barcelona: Sergi Reixach wins €100K High Roller for $2 MillionThe 2019 EPT Barcelona is underway in Spain. The €100K High Roller is in the books and Spain's Sergi Reixach faded 64 runners to win €1,816,210 or approximately $2 million USD. Reixach defeated Sam Grafton heads-up for the title. The final table included Steve O'Dwyer, Lucas Greenwood, Danny Tang, Kahle Burns, Tsugunari Toma, Rui Ferreira, and Mikalai Vaskaboinikau. [...] Read more… Pic by Neil Stoddard (PokerStars Blog)
  20. News2019 WCOOP begins September 5, schedule released by PokerStarsThe 2019 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) kicks off on September 5, 2019 and runs through September 23 with 73 events. Each event has three tiers of buy-ins, except the Main Event which has two tiers. Event #70-L Main Event has a $55 buy-in and $1.25 million guarantee. Event #70-H has a $5,200 buy-in and a $10 million guarantee. The 2019 WCOOP includes four UFC-branded events, plus a first-ever charity event. [...] Read more…
  21. Newspartypoker winning war vs. bots, eliminate more bot accounts during July raidIn the ongoing war between bots and humans, partypoker took another huge step in the right direction after it removed 121 bots in July 2019. This is the largest crackdown since earlier this year when partypoker revealed their newly formed Poker Fraud Team eliminated 277 bot accounts over a four-month period. [...] Read more…
  22. NewsLucas Zaskodny wins partypoker LIVE EUROPE Main EventThe 2019 partypoker LIVE EUROPE Main Event has come to a close. Czech Republic's Lucas Zaskodny outlasted 504 players to win a cool million (USD) or €906,770 per terms of his heads-up deal with Josef Snejberg. French pro Romain Lewis took third place. Team partypoker pro Roberto Romanello, Sam Grafton and Charlie Carrel also made the final table in RozVegas. [...] Read more…
  23. NewsDaria 'Scarlett_D' Feshchenko new 888poker AmbassadorDaria 'Scarlett_D' Feshchenko, a 26-year old poker pro from Russia, is the newest ambassador for 888poker. Feshchenko plays high-stakes cash games in Russia, but you can find her online playing $50/$100 NL under the moniker Scarlett_D. [...] Read more…
  24. NewsOrpen Kisacikoglu wins Triton Super High Roller at partypoker LIVE MILLIONS EuropeTurkey's Orpen Kisacikoglu outlasted a field of 32 runners to take down the Triton Super High Roller €100K at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Europe event in RozVegas. The €100K final table also included partypoker Pro Kristen Bicknell, Vladimir Troyanovksiy, Ben Heath, Wai Kin Yong, and Cary Katz. Kisacikoglu banked a cool million in Euros. [...] Read more…
  25. NewsJustin Bonomo wins 2019 Triton London Short Deck Main EventThe Triton Super High Roller Series concluded its London event with the 100K buy-in Short Deck Main Event. Justin Bonomo bested a field of 108 runners to win £2,670,000 or approximately $3.2 million. His final table included Paul Phua, Ike Haxton, Rui Cao, Liang Xu, and Wai Kin Yong. [...] Read more…
  26. NewsBryn Kenney passes Justin Bonomo on Top 10 Money ListAfter the Triton Million in London, Bryn Kenney took over the top spot on Hendon Mob with $55.5 million lifetime earnings. He passed Justin Bonomo's $45.2 million. Kid Poker is still third with $41.8 million. Dan Smith ($36.7 million) and Erik Seidel ($35.7 million) round out the Top 5. [...] Read more…
  27. NewsWai Kin Yong wins Triton Series £100,000 NL Main Event in LondonThe 2019 Triton Super High Roller Series London continued with the £100,000 NL Main Event championship. The Main Event attracted a record-smashing 130 runners. The tough final table included Jungleman, Stephen Chidwick, Michael Chi Zhang, Sam Greenwood, Mike Soyza, Ben Heath, Paul Phua, and Wai Kin Wong. The top two chopped, but Wai Kin Yong eventually defeated Phua heads up for the title and the cash for £2,591,695 or approximately $3.15 million USD. [...] Read more…
  28. NewsCharlie Carrel and Linus Loeliger win Triton Poker London eventsThe action in London continues for the Triton Poker London. Charlie Carrel took down the £50,000 NL 8-Handed event for $1.6 million. Swiss pro Linus Loeliger won £690,000 or $841K USD for the £25K single-day Turbo that actually lasted two days. [...] Read more… Charlie Carrell (Pic by Triton)
  29. NewsAaron Zang wins Triton Million for Charity in LondonAaron Zang won the richest tournament in the history of poker when he defeated Bryn Kenney heads up and overcame a 5-1 deficit to win the million dollar buy-in 2019 Triton Million in London. Zang and Kenney made a heads-up deal, so Kenney actually banked more as a second-place finisher with nearly £16.9 million. With over $55.5 million in earnings, Kenney took over first place in the all-time money winner list according to Hendon Mob. [...] Read more…
  30. NewsVivek Rajkumar leads final table at 2019 Triton Million LondonAfter two long days of action, the £1,050,000 buy-in Triton Million is down to its final table. Vivek Rajkumar leads the final eight that also includes Stephen Chidwick, Tim Adams, Bryn Kenney, Alfred DeCarolis, Aaron Zang, Dan Smith, and Bill Perkins. First place pays out £19 million in this charity event that raised £2.7 million for a Helping Hand Charity. [...] Read more…
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