Event #51 of the 2009 World Series of Poker has ended and it was German native Carsten Joh who came out victorious. The $1,500 no limit holdÃ¢â‚¬â„¢em event had 2,781 players competing and for outlasting the field Joh earned $664,426.
Three players have earned two bracelets at the 2009 World Series of Poker: Brock Parker, Phil Ivey and Jeff Lisandro. Now a fourth poker pro has been added to the double bracelet list: Greg Mueller. Mueller waited a long time to earn his first bracelet and now he has earned two during the 2009 WSOP.
Absolute Poker today announced the signing of respected poker player Matt Vengrin as its newest pro. The Texas HoldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢em champion, who was most recently associated with Full Tilt Poker, had been on the radar of [….]
Aced Poker hosts a $50k Guaranteed tournament every Sunday. The name of the tournament is the Sunday $50,000 Guaranteed. The tournament, is a rebuy game, allowing 3 rebuys per player. Players can use their VIP [….]
Just a short time ago PartyPoker announced they had signed a sponsorship deal with Ian Frazer to begin creating their own poker team. The site has now announced that Felipe Ã¢â‚¬Å“MojaveÃ¢â‚¬Â Ramos and Remy Biechel have also joined the first ever PartyPoker team.
Betfair reported Tuesdays reports Wimbledon match to corruption investigators after recieving massive wagers following commentators announcement. Cheating? Corruption? Or just misinformation? Betfair, one of the largest bookmakers in Britain, as well as a force in [….]