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John Thompson claimed his first major live tournament win to his name as he defeated 152 entrants in 2018 Sydney Championships $5000 Challenge.
Hopes are high for measure in 2017
The largest online poker company of the world Amaya Inc. will soon enter into the smart phone market, which is the fastest growing market.
435 players were registered in the main event of Card Player Poker Tour Venetian in $5,000.
Two AI programs seem to have broken the barrier when it comes to poker and winning against human players.
Unibet has been going great guns and it promises to get even bigger.
The World Poker Tour has added two new Asian stops for the WPT National Events tour.
There will be two new events hosted in Asia in partnership with An Educational Investment LTD and they will be held in Cambodia.
The fight over the rules governing the millionaire parties or poker games many Michigan charities host to raise money is back on.
The House Regulatory Reform Committee is reexamining 2 tie-barred bills which would (as proposed earlier) replace the regulations it took the Michigan Gaming Control Board 2 years to put in spot after court fights with Michigan Charitable Gaming Association as well as related parties.
Bryn Kenney has made it to the final table of PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100000 no-limit hold’em 8-max super high roller tournament for 3 years in a row. After back-to-back 3rd position ends, the twenty nine year old poker professional from Long Beach, California has finally broken through, making it to the top of the field of 58 entries to win the 2016 running and the 1st spot prize of $1687800.
It would be Wed 2015 on May 27 when one among the most prestigious players of online poker will be ready to take the most excited video display place of the games.
The Viktor “Isildur1” Blomwill who is ordinarily known as the media modest is not going to take to Twitch one week from now for the first time. He will stream a session of 10 hours on Unibet Poker that will incorporate a blend of stakes that will start from $50 to $400 pot-limit Omaha and no-restriction hold’em.