Archive for November, 2006
Leading online poker site, UltimateBet, will hold its premier Online Championship Event (UBOC) for poker players from December 1-10th, players world over will compete for huge prize pools totaling a guaranteed $2,000,000.
Time is running out and it’s your last week to become the next poker millionaire. PokerStars invites all online poker players to use their your FREE Round 1 freeroll entry and win a trip to the Bahamas to play at the Moneymaker Millioniare poker tournament for a grand prize package that includes $820,000 in cash and a brand new Aston Martin DB9.
PokerStars remain one of the top online poker rooms to continue servicing US players after the Anti-Online Gambling bill was passed into law…
The World Poker Finals tournament at Foxwoods Casino Resort, which drew 609 entrants and generated a prize pool of over $5 million, resulted to a ‘first’ WPT history, two female pro players made the final six: Kathy Liebert and Mimi Tran.
Tran and Liebert proved that they are equal to their male counterparts as they started the final table ahead of Medic, Michael Perry, and Michael Omelchuk.
It’s understandable to play tight at the beginning of a high stakes poker tournament. Players usually wait for a big hand before trying to get a stab at the pot.
But in games like Texas Holdem poker, even if you don’t play a lot of hands, your money evaporates before you because of the blinds. Thus, as the blinds are raised one may end up short stacked once he decides to play his big hands. Ergo, he is often forced to fold at an opponent’s bluff.
Erik Lindgren, poker pro and member of Team Full Tilt Poker, encourages you to play more hands…
Full Tilt Poker will host the Dublin All-Star Challenge Nov. 17-19 at the Sporting Emporium in Dublin, Ireland, where players will have the chance to battle against Full Tilt Poker pros for a share of the estimated â‚¬400,000 prize pool.
This exclusive tournament will feature some of the world’s best professionals competing for hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money. And you can be part of the action.
Chief executive Chris Bell is reported to have met with his 888 counterpart, John Anderson, who is also formerly a Ladbrokes executive director, as well as brothers Aharon and Avi Shaked, who own 51 per cent of the online gaming business, to discuss a cash and shares offer…