Tony Miles Uses Twitter Account to Apologise for Slow-Roll Accusations Thrown at John Cynn

Tony Miles Uses Twitter Account to Apologise for Slow-Roll Accusations Thrown at John Cynn

The Main Event of this year’s World Series of Poker (WSOP) was brought to an end a few days ago, with John Cynn emerging victorious from the competition, winning the first-place prize of $,800,000 after he managed to top an overall player field of 7,874 players. However, the victory of Cynn was slightly dimmed by his last standing rival on the event’s final table. Tony Miles remained on the runner-up position in the competition and suggested that Cynn might have slow-rolled him with his last move. Later, on Sunday, he…

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Irish Poker Masters and partypoker Millions Return to Ireland and the UK This Autumn

Irish Poker Masters and partypoker Millions Return to Ireland and the UK This Autumn

This autumn, Ireland and the UK will become home to two large-scale live poker tournaments organised by partypoker. The partypoker LIVE has already announced the schedules for its 2018 Irish Poker Masters and Millions UK 2018, both of which are set to kick off in September. First, poker lovers would be able to join this year’s edition of the Irish Poker Masters, which is to take place in Killarney’s INEC & Gleneagle Hotel from September 5th to 9th. The series will offer a great variety of events featuring different buy-ins…

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Several Live Poker Tournaments Set to Start in the UK in July 2018

Several Live Poker Tournaments Set to Start in the UK in July 2018

Summer is already here, with various entertainment options, including a great variety of live poker options. This July, the UK is to once again become home to a number of interesting live poker events and tournaments, offering a lot of excitement and of course, the chance of winning some cash. A number of casino venues across the country will host different events, offering various prize pools and gaming formats, in order to match players’ different bankrolls, skills and knowledge of the game. Grosvenor 25/25 Series The UK is set to…

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Two New Zealanders Scoop Massive Cash Winnings from Live Poker Tournaments

Two New Zealanders Scoop Massive Cash Winnings from Live Poker Tournaments

Two New Zealanders from the South Island participated in live poker tournaments in two countries and managed to take home massive cash prizes. First, it was Scott Hamilton-Hill who last week took part in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) at the iconic Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The 50-year old man entered the $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold’em to try and win a chunk from the $5.3-million prize pool. And he succeeded – several days after the event’s beginning, he managed to finish third, taking home a monetary…

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Yaniv Birman Takes Down WSOP $10,000 Seven Card Championship Winning a First Gold Bracelet

Yaniv Birman Takes Down WSOP $10,000 Seven Card Championship Winning a First Gold Bracelet

US player Yaniv Birman took down Event#38 of the 2018 WSOP, the $10,000 Seven Card Championship. The victory brought him the largest portion of the event’s prize pool which is also his biggest-ever win, as well as his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet. The 35-year-old American from the Westwood area of Los Angeles managed to outlast his 82 opponents to claim the elite event’s title and to secure a cash prize amounting to $236,238 and a WSOP bracelet, defeating a number of former WSOP bracelet owners. The winning…

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Ognyan Dimov Claims First WSOP Gold Bracelet by Winning $1,500 NLHE 6-Max Event

Ognyan Dimov Claims First WSOP Gold Bracelet by Winning $1,500 NLHE 6-Max Event

Another bracelet winner has emerged from the 2018 edition of the Worlds Series of Poker (WSOP). The Bulgarian poker player Ognyan Dimov triumphed at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino after taking down the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed event and getting the lion’s share of the overall prize pool amounting to $2,245,050. 28-year-old Dimov was the one who managed to outlast 1,662 entry field and survive an extra fourth day of play in order to be crowned as the event’s winner, taking home his first gold bracelet accompanied by a…

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Poker Player Fedor Holz Makes It to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Germany

Poker Player Fedor Holz Makes It to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Germany

The professional poker player Fedor Holz has recently announced in his Twitter account that he made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Germany. The 24-year-old poker pro joined the ranks of the most successful young people in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in the Sports category, with his total live poker tournament earnings of $26,550,884. Made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Germany 🎉 pic.twitter.com/Otx4iSnPCR — Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) 7 June 2018 This is not the first time when Holz gets the attention of Forbes. Last…

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Variety of Live Poker Events to Kick Off in the UK and Ireland in June 2018

Variety of Live Poker Events to Kick Off in the UK and Ireland in June 2018

A month full of live poker tournaments and events is right behind the corner now. This June, poker lovers in the UK and Ireland would be able to enjoy a great variety of events with different rules, buy-ins and prize pools. Some of the greatest casino venues around the country would be hosting the poker events, providing players with the chance to try their luck in an excellent atmosphere while being on their way to the first-place prize. Here are the live poker events that are to be hosted in…

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WSOP Announces 2018/2019 Circuit Schedule with Record 28 Stops

WSOP Announces 2018/2019 Circuit Schedule with Record 28 Stops

Ending a successful season with more than $66.5 million given as prizes, the World Series of Poker is now prepping for the upcoming 2018/2019 season, which kicks off at Harrah’s Cherokee on August 2. On Tuesday, the new WSOP US Circuit schedule was announced with record 28 stops and several updates and offerings. Most of the venues hosting the poker tournaments of the next season will be the same, with very few exceptions, one of which is the Horseshoe Baltimore, which drops off the schedule. The first stop of the…

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Jerry Monroe Wins 3rd WSOP Circuit Ring by Conquering Harrah’s New Orleans $1,675 Main Event

Jerry Monroe Wins 3rd WSOP Circuit Ring by Conquering Harrah’s New Orleans $1,675 Main Event

Jerry Monroe became a three-time WSOP Circuit gold ring winner after taking down the WSOP Circuit Harrah’s New Orleans $1,675 Main Event. Apart from adding a third WSOP Circuit ring to his collection by climbing on top of the final table ranking, Monroe also scooped a prize pool portion amounting to $208,184 and a seat into the season-ending Global Casino Championship (GCC). The 41-year-old player was the last survivor of the 677-entry field of the Circuit’s Main Event which took place at the Harrah’s New Orleans, winning a second main…

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