Many voices of the Poker world said that there are issues with the current scoring system.
And after a year working on the concern raised by players, the Global Poker Index announced that they are making changes in their scoring system. The scoring system will be used in the Player of the Year competition.
In 2016, the (SHRE) Super High Roller Events and a number of High Roller championship started at $25,000 and was allowed to go as high as $100,000. Even more than that, this became an issue for both the (GPI) Global Poker Index’s POY race and organization’s standing and charts. This includes CardPlayer Magazine.
In some of the cases, poker players were making their points in events of these types, that events, which used to have smaller fields. It was easier to make the points here in comparison to the championships that used to have players large in number for the lower buy in. Continue reading GPI Adjusts POY Scoring System
He is a male professional poker player. He began with his poker career in the United States of America.
This is a very skilled and a sharp professional poker player. He plays the game with full of his skills and full of his enthusiasm. The game he is playing plays with full of his concentration and all of his playing tricks. This player is not yet satisfied with his earnings and his achievements in the game. He needs more and wants to achieve more in the game. When this player began as a new professional poker player at that time he had to face many problems but when he got professional and got more interest in the game he got good money and was happy at that time.
He chooses poker as his profession at a young age and was actually happy because he chooses the thing he loved as his profession and his source of income. He earned a good amount and is satisfied with the money but he wants to play more games and wants to be at a good position in the game. He belongs to Yunkon,OK, United States. Continue reading Calvin Shane Anderson : Professional Poker Player
For those who have been following the 888Live London Poker festival, the first day of the festival saw thirteen levels on the first day itself.
There were 249 entries on the first day and about 700 entries across all categories. On the first day Paul Skipper won maximum chips and it was a day that was packed with action. About 438500 chips were bagged on the first day with him. However, he had strong competition as well. Competitors like Steve Watts, Reza Fazeli and Charles Akadiri also summed up high numbers. The final day plays promised to be exciting for day 2.
About 43 players survived by Day 1c. Hence, about 108 players only made it on the first day. There were several pro players who missed the boat such as Sin Menis Melin, Paul Romain and Chris Moorman. There were other players who were more fortunate in order to avoid being eliminated. Skipper on the other hand, remained in a comfortable position throughout. He was not the only player in a comfortable position. Andy Wool took on a pre flop position with a standard hand. He bet about 12000 into a pot of 16000. Reza was also able to double up at the right moment. He was able to use his aces against the eights of Svetlin Ivano’s. Fazeli was able to reach a level of 125000. He trebled the amount by the time the last hands were played. Continue reading Paul Skipper At 888Live London Festival
A poker dealer who attempted skimming little amounts of the games he dealt in 2015 has been sentenced by a court in Cleveland. Randall White, who dealt poker games at the Horseshoe Cleveland, was given an 18 months probation sentence as well as two-hundred-fifty hours of community work for stealing a suggested $711 from the tables.
White faced up to 6 years behind the bars on felony gambling cases, a punishment he could be hit with if he fails to fulfill the conditions of his probation.
White admitted to the presiding judge that he stole the money in hopes of raising some extra cash to help cover his daughter’s legal fees. Perhaps in hopes of staying unnoticed, he tried taking the money in $5 and $10 increments and putting the chips in with the rest of his tips.
His gambit evidently broke down as he was caught. A tale posted on a leading website in July, last year, suggested that a dealer at Horseshoe had been caught while stealing chips as well as sliding them into his tip jar.
Continue reading Chip stealing case: former poker dealer sentenced
No poker player hailing from Minnesota won a bracelet in the last decade when the 2015 World Series Poker was inaugurated.
Buy the time the series ended the trend was shattered and two bracelets and almost a million dollars were won by the native players. The Land of 10,000 Lakes, in a breakout series had won $1.5 million in prize money in the final tables running into double digits and the associated bracelets.
With iNinja Poker league providing an extra 45 seats this year to WSOP events it is going to be even grander in the inaugural season. The league of iNinja Poker began at Canterbury Park, Shakopee, Minnesota last August. There were three leagues that one can choose from that were holding three different price points as well as seats. It also had six main event seats and the event became a success in the opening season. The very first iNinja Poker Main Event hosted by iNinja had a $100,000 guarantee with a $675 buy-in. It brought a total of 316 registrations which the organizers hope to increase when the next event with a $100, 000 guarantees starts from July 16 at Canterbury Park.
Poker league ideas are not new to the poker world and so are the satellites to the WSOP, hence the association of the two in a huge scale in the first year, particularly a new league in its first is unparalleled.
Continue reading iNinja Poker Leagues offer 45 WSOP Seats in the inaugural season
The first Spanish champion was found on European Poker Tour when Adrian Mateos won on Friday night.
The twenty year old walked away with the largest victory in his poker profession, and it is the second major tournament he has won in his career. It took the season 11 end for the Spaniard to achieve this but he did it and also now he carries the two legs of the poker Tripe Crown on his head
In the final table results, Adrian Mateos took home €1,082,000 as the first place prize, and Muyedine Fares from Senegal won €679,000 for his second place standing and Hady El Asmar from Lebanon took the third spot with a prize money amount of €486,000.
The last day of the EPT Grand Final Main Event of 2015 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino started with six-players on the final table and it was a tough bunch to beat. The most recognizable poker star at the table was Ole Schemion, who was prominent with the EPT Season 10 Player of the Year title, but others were equally good contenders. There was Johnny Lodden, the Team PokerStars Pro, Mateos, the WSOP 2013 Europe Main Event winner, who is also second in the all time money list from Spain, and the Polish regular, Jose Carlos Garcia, with lots of experience. Continue reading Adrian Mateos Wins Grand Final Main Event And Poker Has A Spanish EPT Champion at last