WSOP High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed)      -Deeb’s revenge –
Jul30

WSOP High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha (8-Handed) -Deeb’s revenge –

#42 event from World Series of Poker 49’th edition both at the start of the competition a number of 230 players who were prepared to risk $25.000 for the possibility of winning the big pot, $1.402.683, amount earned by Shaun Deeb at the end. It is not the first success for Deeb at WSOP, he is already having another 2 bracelets won in 2016 at #49 event: 1,500$ Seven-Card Stud ant in 2015 at #15 event: 10,000$ Pot-Limit Hold’em...

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Joseph Cheong, lacking consistency or luck?
Mar28

Joseph Cheong, lacking consistency or luck?

These days it was trendy to talk about South Korea because of the Winter Olympics which they exceptionally organized, and we did so in the sports and betting articles which we have published, however I want to bring into the lime-light a famous South Korean poker player. Of course, he is now an American citizen, having emigrated to the US with his family when he was 6 years old. The character we are going to discuss in this edition is...

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Thomas Marchese, a young man who made a future through poker
Feb19

Thomas Marchese, a young man who made a future through poker

It’s possible that you might not have heard about Tom Marchese too often, however he appeared on the global poker scene 10 years ago like a high speed train. He was born in New Jersey, and now lives in Las Vegas, where he spends most of his time playing poker in the city’s casinos; besides two travels to Europe, once in Canada and a few times in the Caribbean, the American participated to tournaments only on USA soil. He was named...

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Christoph Vogelsang, sensational gains and strength of character
Jan11

Christoph Vogelsang, sensational gains and strength of character

The 32-year-old German player has managed in just 5 years of live poker to beat a few cashing records, without winning any WSOP, WPT or EPT. He plays very well in high-roller tournaments and has managed to achieve several sensational results and gains in the last few years. Born in Sassenberg, Münster, he studied economics at Witten / Herdecke University and the London School of Economics. He is residing in the capital of the United...

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Scott Blumstein won the WSOP Main Event 2017
Sep18

Scott Blumstein won the WSOP Main Event 2017

Scott Blumstein came out on the 23rd of July in the Main Event of the World Series of Poker 2017. The American player won before 7221 players which signed up with thinking about the big prize of $ 8.150.000. The buy-in of the poker event was, as usual, $ 10,000, and this year a $ 67.877.400 prize pool was raised. Amazon Room and Brasilia Room, the famous rooms of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Vegas were too small in their...

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