It is not often that professional poker players like Ivan Demidov come into the news or gossip circles.
The position had won him about six million in the tournament and it sure as hell could have turned his life in a different direction completely. However, he states that the money was never paid to him. (more…)
Spartan Poker the website for online gambling is an Indian gambling website.
The PokerGuru online gambling website is run by Rajat Agarwal and he is planning to register a lawsuit against the IPC promoters in Kolkata. It stemmed from the notice that was made for public and was posted on the website of Spartan Poker i.e. SpartanPoker.com on December 4 2016. The notice states that on the operation of online gambling site, the PokerGuru holds no control. In the notice it was also mentioned that Rohit Bhalla, Rajeev Kanjani, Peter Abraham, Amin Rozani, Quadrific Media Pvt. Ltd. and Sameer Rattonsey, will face the legal action.
Spartan Poker is the subsidiary of IPC group, upon the publication of notice the IPC group authorities says that, they moved the domain name to TheSpartanPoker.com many hours before the notice was published. (more…)
This is a male poker player.
He always comes with the winning spirit in the game no matter whether he wins or loses him is always satisfied with his game and he learns from his as well as his opponents mistakes. (more…)
Not every kind of tournament or event in poker games gets acclaim or applause from participants or fans.
The Global Poker League has recently resumed with twelve teams in total participating in the league. They would be playing in the six max format in the online forum. The GPL had a survey conducted during the summer series. As per the visitors’ survey, which had responses from 279 people in total, there was a question asked as to what they thought of the Cube and whether it should be used in live format. To this question the answers given showed that people were not sure whether the Cube and the format was right.
On 19th Jan, a delegation of high-volume poker players including Daniel Dvoress, Dani “Ansky” Stern, ex Team PokerStars Pro member Isaac Haxton, as well as present Team PokerStars Pro member Daniel Negreanu came to Amaya headquarters in Montreal in Canada, to talk about the problems repalted to the PokerStars VIP event which started on 1st Jan, 2016.
Less than a week after that, Eric Hollreiser (Amaya Vice President Corporate Communications) took to the PokerStars Blog to talk about the consequence of the meeting and also to say how the firm is still totally behind the set of brand new policies which led to, amongst all other criteria, the launch of a brand new rewards program as well as the termination of Supernova Elite status.
According to reports, he stated that they took the scope to talk about the poker economy as well as several issues associated with it. They listened to what the poker players had to talk about, and they shared a whole lot of info, including marketing plans and internal data. They also talked regarding all the opportunities and challenges for the game of poker, in addition to the very recent alterations to the PokerStars VIP rewards program.
Paul “StacksGrande” Silva, the New Jersey poker players was the biggest winner of Garden State over the weekend, earning $10,800 when he finished at the top of the WSOP.com/888poker NJ Sunday with $40,000 Guarantee prize pool.
Jesse “No_Xcape” Elliot was the runner up with prize money of $6,300.
The guarantee money of $40k could not be met due to the lessened number of entries at 171 only. However the tournament with an $8,365 overlay provided every player with great value when they made it across the money bubble.
Another players who made it big was Louis “PartyVisionz” Galantino when he won $10,000 at the partypoker NJ/BorgataPoker.com with a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000. “MistaMenza” of New Jersey took home $6,585 with a second place finish. The guarantee could not be met by the tournament by a whisker as 268 players got registered and creating a tiny overlay of $420.
888poker NJ meanwhile saw Iron_Lung defeating a field containing 39 poker players to earn a Big Sunday winning of $3,500. The small field helped the six players that won cash in the tournament creating an overlay of a sizable $2,785.
H ere is another news, Anthony Maio calmly collected three final table appearances on Sunday in big online tournaments. A third place finish awarded Maio with $3,600 in the WSOP.com/888poker NJ Sunday with $40, 000 Guarantee pool, in which he known in the name of “flawlessbink”, a seventh place finish fetching $2,350 in the partypoker NJ/BorgataPoker.com with $50,000 Guarantee where he dons the name of “Flawlessbink”. The third online play was the 888poker NJ Big Sunday where he scored $900 with the fifth place finish and with screen name of “l0lflawless”.