The world of professional poker bids farewell to colleague Amir Vahedi, who passed away January 8, 2010 due to complications related to diabetes. The WSOP bracelet winner was 46 years old. Amir Vahedi was born [….]
Yesterday ESPN confirmed that they will be offering extended coverage of the 2009 World Series of Poker with their new web-only poker show called ESPN Inside Deal. The new show will feature footage from this yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s WSOP as well as give poker fans an opportunity to learn more about their favorite pros and the poker lifestyle.
Online poker room, RedKings, recently announced the addition of two new poker pros to their poker team. Both new team members are from Singapore, one a new comer and one a seasoned veteran. Both players were signed just in time to compete in the upcoming Asian Poker Tour Macau Festival of Poker.
The 2009/2010 Season of Circuit Events schedule has been announced by the World Series of Poker and the schedule includes eleven United States stops. The WSOP Circuit travels around the United States and stops at HarrahÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s owned casinos where local players as well as visitors can participate in the available tournaments.
The new promotion is called the Paddy Power Poker Pro and will offer players at all skill levels the chance to live the life of a poker pro. Paddy Power Poker has partnered with Bluff Europe, the poker publication, to find the next big poker professional.
Yesterday we brought you the news that poker fans can now take part in nominating players to be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame for 2009. The voting is currently open and will continue until July 2nd. Anyone can nominate their favorite player and one online poker room would like to see a specific poker pro inducted this year.