Live Poker Tournaments Set to Start in the UK and Ireland in December 2018

Live Poker Tournaments Set to Start in the UK and Ireland in December 2018

The last month of 2018 has started only recently, with a lot of excitement and variety at the live poker tournaments arena. In December, all poker enthusiasts in the UK and Ireland will be able to enjoy a number of live poker events, featuring different buy-ins, structures and prize pools. A number of iconic locations across the UK, including The Poker Room, which was formerly known as The Vic, are to host the events and provide all players with excellent gaming experience. Grosvenor 25/25 Series After the Grosvenor 25/25 Series…

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Frenchman Jerome L’Hostis Conquers 2018 GUKPT Grand Final £2,140 Main Event’s Title

Frenchman Jerome L’Hostis Conquers 2018 GUKPT Grand Final £2,140 Main Event’s Title

The last tournament of the 2018 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) Grand Final – the Main Event of the series – has been brought to an end, with three players getting six-figure cash prizes. In the late hours of November 25th, Frenchman Jerome L’Hostis took down the GUKPT Grand Final Main Event after emerging on the first place in the ranking from a total entry field of 325 poker enthusiasts. #GUKPT Grand Final Champion 2018 Jerome Lhostis, taking home £140,445. pic.twitter.com/bBAby6rNzT — Grosvenor Poker (@GrosvenorPoker) November 25, 2018 The French…

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Manuel Bardon Leads 2018 GUKPT Grand Final Main Event Day 1A

Manuel Bardon Leads 2018 GUKPT Grand Final Main Event Day 1A

One of the most exciting and long-awaited poker tournaments in the United Kingdom is already in action. Cards for the 2018 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour Grand Final £2,140 Main Event went in the air Thursday afternoon at the famous The Poker Room above Grosvenor Casino Victoria and Manuel Bardon led the 40 players who survived Day 1A. Bardon bagged the most chips at the end of the first starting flight of the tournament and will return to the poker tables for Day 2 this Saturday. With a massive stack of…

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2018 GUKPT Grand Final £2,140 Main Event Kicks Off in The Poker Room on November 22nd

2018 GUKPT Grand Final £2,140 Main Event Kicks Off in The Poker Room on November 22nd

One of the most loved and expected live poker tournaments in the UK kicked off on Sunday, November 18th. London’s iconic venue The Poker Room, which is situated above the Grosvenor Casino Victoria, hosted all the enthusiasts which gathered to participate in the Grand Final of the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT). All of the 2018 GUKPT stops have seen their Main Events literally smash their guaranteed prize pools so far, so the organisers are now hoping that players will demonstrate the same interest towards the Grand Final, too. London…

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Yiannis Liperis Takes Down 2018 GUKPT Leg 8 Blackpool £1,100 Main Event for £84,250

Yiannis Liperis Takes Down 2018 GUKPT Leg 8 Blackpool £1,100 Main Event for £84,250

One of the iconic stops of the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) – Blackpool – saw the £1,100 Main Event come to an end mere hours ago, with Yiannis Liperis emerging victorious from the competition. Leg 8 of the 2018 GUKPT kicked off on November 4th at the Grosvenor G Casino Blackpool, offering a number of live poker tournaments, all-day cash games and various side events featuring different buy-ins and prize pools. Of course, as Casino Guardian reported earlier, the Main Event at the Blackpool stop has been the most…

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David Gee Tops Remaining Player Field after 2018 GUKPT Blackpool £1,100 Main Event Day 1A

David Gee Tops Remaining Player Field after 2018 GUKPT Blackpool £1,100 Main Event Day 1A

Day 1A of the 2018 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) Blackpool Main Event has been brought to an end, with David Gee topping the competitors as a chip leader. As Casino Guardian has previously reported, Leg 8 of the GUKPT started on November 4th at the Grosvenor G Casino Blackpool, with a variety of live poker tournaments included in its schedule. Of course, the £1,110 Main Event has been the most-expected event, with a guaranteed prize pool of £200,000 and a starting stack of 20,000. With late registration open for…

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Various Live Poker Events to Be Held in the UK and Ireland in November 2018

Various Live Poker Events to Be Held in the UK and Ireland in November 2018

British and Irish poker lovers are probably eager for the new month’s beginning, as they will face new challenges and exciting live poker events. November is right behind the corner now, with plenty of live poker events for all enthusiasts who would like to try both their skills and luck. A great variety of poker tournaments will be held in the upcoming month, with them offering various buy-in options and prizes, and a number of the most-loved poker series set to be hosted at some of the iconic casino venues…

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2018 WSOPE €25,500 Brings Michael Addamo Second Gold Bracelet and Best Live Cash at King’s Casino in Rozvadov

2018 WSOPE €25,500 Brings Michael Addamo Second Gold Bracelet and Best Live Cash at King’s Casino in Rozvadov

Another bracelet winner has been crowned at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov mere hours ago, as Michael Addamo managed to emerge victorious from the 133-entry field in the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) €25,500 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller. After returning to the second day of the High Roller event as a chip leader, the Australian poker player managed to keep his pace in order to be crowned as the event’s winner and take home the first-place prize of €848,702 ($965,750). Apart from the lion’s share of the €25,500…

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Michael Addamo Reaches 2018 WSOPE €25,500 NLHE High Roller Event Day 2 as Chip Leader

Michael Addamo Reaches 2018 WSOPE €25,500 NLHE High Roller Event Day 2 as Chip Leader

This year’s edition of the World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) has already seen its first high-roller event kick off. The eighth event in the 2018 WSOPE Schedule, which is the €25,500 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller, took some of the stars of the international live poker arena to the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, with the Australian Michael Addamo emerging as the chip leader after 14 levels of play. Last year, the Scotsman Niall Farrell managed to conquer a 113-strong field to win the first-place prize worth €745,287 and…

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Tyler Payne Wins First Gold Ring in 2018/2019 WSOP Circuit Horseshoe $1,125 NLHE Single Re-Entry

Tyler Payne Wins First Gold Ring in 2018/2019 WSOP Circuit Horseshoe $1,125 NLHE Single Re-Entry

The two-day $1,125 No-Limit Hold’em Single Re-Entry event which kicked off under number nine in the 2018/2019 WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Hammond schedule, was brought to an end mere hours ago, with the American Tyler Payne emerging as a winner. The victory on Thursday night brought the young poker player not only the lion’s share of the event’s prize pool but also his first career World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) ring. Apart from the WSOPC ring, Payne, who is from Fayetteville NC, also brought home a monetary prize amounting to…

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