Being at the top of pokerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s all time money list is a goal of just about every poker pro. Professional poker players show their skills by how much money they are able to earn at the poker table. The top spot of the all time money list recently saw a name change when poker pro Phil Ivey earned second place during the Aussie Millions $100k Challenge.
PokerStars Million Dollar Challenge has been on a break for the past few weeks but the show came back to the FOX network this past weekend. Two players were competing to return in December to play against Daniel Negreanu for $1,000,000. One contestant, Brian Barboza, was able to win $100,000 and will return in December to compete for the top prize.
The final table of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event has been decided and boy is it going to be a nail biter! The majority of the players to compete at the final table are previous bracelet winners and two are set to compete at the final table of the WSOP Main Event when it returns in November. Competition is definitely going to be tough when play resumes tomorrow.
The first ever Caesars Cup took place recently at the Casino at the Empire in Leicester Square in central London at the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe. The event saw players from two teams fighting it out in heads up matches to determine which team would win the first ever Caesars Cup trophy, the Europe team or the American Team. this time the Europe Team claimed the win.
Daniel Negreanu and Annette Obrestad have been working hard to create the eight person teams for the inaugural Caesars Cup which is coming up in September. Negreanu recently added poker legend Doyle Brunson and Jennifer Harmon to his team while Obrestad added Patrik Antonius and Ilari Sahamies to the European team.
Plenty of poker pros were on hand to try and capture the bracelet win of the World Series of Poker Event #14. The $2,500 Six Handed Limit HoldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢em event had three hundred and sixty seven players competing for a piece of the $844,100 and the title of WSOP bracelet winner.