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Moritz "Catennacio" Kranich


Poker world played a vital rule in the world of gambling, and the international gaming proved another tournament that marked in the history of professional gamers. In this season of tournament a German named Moritz Kranich took down and won the World Poker Tournament for the Bellagio Cup VI title. Moritz Kranich earned about $875,000 and felt the victory on the first U.S. stop of the 2010-2011.

Moritz used aggressive play to beat a tough final table. With the WSOP Main gaming tournament had played and showed different class of gambling, the Bellagio event didn't garner the kind of attention WPT tournaments usually receive but it was a notable final table. In this tournament one must win and take the prize of the game and it happened that Smith lost to Kranich after a fierce session of heads-up play to once again fall short of victory. Smith picked up $594,755 for his second place and Phil Ivey for $ 363, 650 while John Caridad took $237, 902 and for fifth place Robert Akery took place and last for sixth Eric Afriat gather $118, 950. The tournament end and declared a winner give credit to the people behind it and mostly to the overall winner of the game which is to Moritz and the WPT Bellagio Cup is the second major title in Kranich's poker career.

As everybody knows this gaming shows good aspect of proper gambling's and deal to the right track, It happened that because of different tournaments it showcase different talents and skills when it comes to poker gaming. It shows that many gamers enjoy the game as they explore and experience a kind of a fight to those skilled professionals around the globe. The main factor that this kind of sports is all about strategies and techniques one of the game that requires and make you think deeper for the situation.

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The Royal Flush Girl: Melanie Iglesias



The world hottest girls are not just in the scene of magazine, poster, billboard or in a commercial, do you know that they've already invade the scene of online casino gaming, land-base and tournaments of gambling. They weren't the traditional girls or ladies that we just see. They were made to be the beauty and spice of this world, enticing guys with their stunning and attractive attire, knowing that they are not just having a pretty looks that drives man's go crazy with their sexy hot body and know it is their best assets.

Do you know what makes this girls went to this kind of business or recreation skills, it is all because girls attempt to expose their-selves to something new, something different that made them feel more beautiful and strong. Like Melanie Iglesias The Royal Flush Girl who has the skills, and bewitching beauty and hot sexy body, she got it all, but what interesting about her is she let herself explore things that boys dealing more right now. Melanie has the most attitude towards his career she is a singer /songwriter and also belong to a oriented family, one of eight kids, belong to a large family and even passionate NBA fan and specially she is deadly poker player.

Now the image of girls is not just a soft, timid, quiet they were now the woman of the world a symbol of new generation who is able to do the things that a man could possible do. They like exploring, hot thrill and exciting. They like molding and even curving themselves to the finest that they could be. Having been part of the Royal Flush she will represent the not only our the integrated world but also the global spirit of the World Poker Tournaments. Four of the six Royal Flush Girls will appear at each WPT.

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Jonathan Duhamel the Biggest Chip Earner


Jonathan Duhamel is a young professional in the gaming world of poker. He reign and called as the biggest chip earner. He is a 22-year-old poker pro from Boucherville, Quebec, Canada. He was before a finance student and from there he learned his talent playing poker and gain knowledge from his friends. But then he dropped out of college after a year as a finance student and he continue his professions as a professional poker gamer. He also posted as part of the top-20 finishes at major tournaments, with his early and next event at the 41st annual WSOP.

Duhamel Has a good track of record of winnings chip he became the leader heading into the final table, boasting 65,975,000 in his stack. Having the highest of all who had the chip he remain confident in all this action. He already had the experience like an expert who already has the integrity and name on the game. He's skills on the game brought naturally on him and through that many people impressed on him. He has a talent which runs on his nerve even in a very young age he already made his career top the rank.

He's initiatives drives him to aim more on this field he has a good momentum on the game with this competitive skills and great attitude dealing to his game. He even believe that in the moment that you need to lay your strategy it better to abuse or hold the moment that the opportunity is in you able to manipulate what his opponent planted to steal the game. Now with all his achievements and winnings he already had we can say that he has a great future on a poker world and encountering those big in name in the industry is not a threat anymore on his side. So whether playing in an online casino or in a land-base casino it has already been proven that young professionals are getting all push to play and to showcase their talents.

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Maria Ho

 Before we normally see that only guys are the one who battled in a casino tournament and rare to hear certain woman gamble. But season change and woman's given an equal fair of chance and opportunity to gamble without any fear to compete, categorizing as woman's. As a woman's of new generation they have now the guts and same rights in terms of professionalism, work and justice, they can do freely everything they want to achieve their dreams. Same thing in playing in a land-base or online casino, even joining to a tournaments that would give pleasure to them and give a big break to showcase what they got.

The lady who have the same skills, talent and interest as like to opposite sex. She is Marie Ho of Arcadia, California, born in a traditional Chinese family in Taipei, Taiwan. She's a professional poker player. She has a good skills and interesting strategy playing poker. Many do envy her, even admire her for her talent in gambling. Knowing that Marie was the last woman standing in 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event out of thousands players who joined the competition. Marie Ho is the new generation of all the ladies who want to explore and do anything, wanting to try new experience and explore not even afraid to do and shows who she really is. With lots of talents bearing with her. Almost perfectly fine to compare into a competitive masculine guys in her age or even more.

Maria Ho started her poker in 2002, in San Diego Country which various of Indian casino is being observed. And from her last tournament cashes from the 40th World Series of Poker 2009 Event #33 for the Hold'em World Championship 11th - $ 41,040 he got the chance to take home such price. Furthermore Maria Ho is just a symbol of a modern woman who intended to shows that the woman are not just an ordinary woman but they were the new voice of the generation.

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Sae Jin Lee: Korean Poker Gamer

The long wait is over after the declaration of the Resort World Manila Inaugural Poker Championship. Sae Jin Lee from Korea won the game after the three days of intense poker heavy action with a great fight against his fellow Korean Jeon Seuong Soo who badly tried to even their stacks but it didn't work as Sae Jin Lee secure played secured his plan and win the title. Sae Jin Lee lasted on the field and for about 269 players with the best and notable and prominent names from the international and local poker scene together with local poker gamers.


Reaching the final table round fighting with ten other along the table game. Sae Jin Lee took the PhP 860,800, Then Jeon Seung Soo got PhP 457,300 for the second place. Thrid Eric Cheung having PhP 215,200 , fourth Ed Marcelo with PhP 161,400 next Paul Hirakawa for about PhP 134,500, sixth Martin Gonzales PhP 107,600, seventh Willy Maliksi PhP 80,700, eighth Gerardo 'Jay' Lubas PhP 53,800, and in nineth place Sam Munloong PhP 51,100 and last for tenth place Elmer Binondo PhP 45,700.

Lee even had a hard time fighting not with a tough opponents from asia even the treat of the leading players from the philippines the former champion of 2009 Neil Arce, also kent Del Rosario, Vic de Guzman and Mark Pagsuyuin. Sau Jin Lee opponent Jeon Seung Soo use an aggressive plan strategy but then it oppose by the champion Sae Jin Lee. As champion he received trophy and PhP 860,800 cash and stay for about one-night stay at the six-star Maxims Hotel provided and courtesy of host Resort World Manila. The tournament successfully finished and the long waited happened everyone got a memorable experience battling with other poker players, it just show how great and how poker influence to the people.

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Ivan Demidov: Russian Poker Pro

World's best poker player Ivan Demidov is the latest in a series of Russian natives finding incredible success at the WSOP

A soft spoken and shy, Ivan Demidov is a Moscow native and entered the WSOP the old-fashioned way. He paid the $10,000 fee to buy into the Main Event. 

Ivan Demidov looks at making it to the final table as the equivalent of winning the lottery in Russia and if he does well and places in the top three in November, he will beat his countrymen’s best record of coming in 4th. 

He has already shown live tournament promise as exhibited by his previous wins.

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The End Of Lacey Jones At Absolute Poker

Right before the World Series of Poker gets underway is probably not the best time to lose the biggest name –and prettiest face—representing your online poker site, but that is precisely what happened when it was announced that the best poker player  Lacey Jones would be leaving Absolute Poker.

The 31 year old Texan born beauty is known as much for her stunning looks as she is for her poker skills and has been very much involved in promoting the poker industry since getting her first break as a hired model playing at an ESPN tournament in 2005.

As of writing, she still appears on the Absolute Poker website as a sponsored player, but it’s unclear precisely when the two will officially part company. Lacey Jones is known more for her hosting of poker shows and events, and is one of the better interviewers in all of poker. She also does numerous modeling, as well as being able to hold her own at the poker tables – although she enters very few events due to her hosting and interview duties.

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Gavin Griffin: The Youngest WSOP Champ

The record Gavin Griffin set as the youngest bestpoker player ever to win a World Series of Poker bracelet, in all honesty, didn't last too long. Eric Froehlich broke it only a year later, Jeff Madsen broke it again a year after that, and the honor leapfrogged over to Steve Billiarkis in 2007.

However, last year, Gavin Griffin set another record that is proving much more difficult to shatter — he became the first and only player to win a WSOP bracelet, a World Poker Tour title and a European Poker Tour title, a distinction that would come to be known as poker's "Triple Crown".

Gavin Griffin instead enrolled at Texas Christian University and began studying to become a speech pathologist. At home for summer break after his freshman year, Gavin Griffin was invited to a friend's weekly $20 buy-in home game. Though the stakes were small, it was enough to put a dent in a starving student's budget.

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Huckelberry “Huck” Seed

In today's media-friendly poker industry where fans are subjected to Daniel Negreanu's rambling monologues on his preference in breakfast granola and televised weekly cries of "No fair!" from Phil Hellmuth, it's refreshing to find a player who's willing to sit back, shut up and let his game speak for itself.

Huck - or Huckleberry - Seed is just such a player. By all accounts, the World Champion and top No-Limit Hold'em player is quiet and unassuming - but simultaneously lethal on the felt.

Earlier in life, however, the Montana native had designs on becoming an electrical engineer, and put his natural math proficiency to the test at the California Institute of Technology upon graduating from high school. But like many a gambler before him, Seed wouldn't last in the hallowed halls of academia.

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Aria Resort And Casino Launches Phil Ivey Poker Room

It was likely an easy decision for the brass of the MGM Mirage hotel group to decide on creating an ultra-high-stakes table in the new Aria Poker Room, and equally as much of a no-brainer to name the new room after poker mega-star Phil Ivey.

Phil Ivey is considered one of the best all-around cash game players to ever sit at a poker table, and is also one of the most feared tournament players on earth. Having won 10’s of millions in poker as well as 7 WSOP bracelets, Ivey is likely to go down as one of, if not the, greatest poker player of all-time.

Following their successful model of Bobby’s Room at the Bellagio –another MGM Mirage Las Vegas property—the casino magnates have announced a huge tournament to launch the high-end poker room which will feature a single table. The tournament is by invite only and will feature a $1,000,000 prize-pool –put up by the casino—as well as a sizeable bounty on the room’s namesake, Phil Ivey.

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Andrew “luckychewy” Lichtenberger

Full Tilt is scooping up some of the poker players likely to receive a lot of attention from the ESPN cameras at this year’s World Series of Poker

Having already inked Annette Obrestad –who is likely to be a major focus of ESPN during the early days of play, and could very well be the genesis of the television table—the popular online poker room has also come to an agreement with online poker pro Andrew Lichtenberger.

Andrew Lichtenberger was one of the big stories from last year’s WSOP, where he finished in 18th place, and judging from ESPN’s track record will likely get a lot of camera time, since he is already a known commodity to ESPN viewers. 

Full Tilt has been showing so very canny business in their recent signings, getting top quality best poker players, as well as popular and likeable  poker pros that the cameras are likely to follow around.

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Isildur1 Is Back After The Controversy

The online poker world has seen many poker players who arrive on the scene, play some big sessions, go broke and disappear into obscurity. Earlier this year, the previous resident mystery Swede “martonas” had a hot run before a big downswing led him to stop logging so much time on the tables. The skeptics out there may think Isildur1 is just another person in a long line of players who took a shot at the nosebleeds and walked away empty-handed.

Many within the poker community will tell you that even if Isildur1 were to never play another hand of poker, his presence at the tables during the fall and winter of 2009 changed online poker forever thanks to his record-setting moments and memorable sessions with virtually every major high stakes pro around.

Isildur1 was spotted at the Full Tilt poker tables this past week; far from his usual nosebleed stakes Isildur1 was playing $50/$100 and $100/$200 against Jungleman12 and URnotINdanger2. Despite playing far lower than usual, his mere presence at the Full Tilt Poker tables was enough to get the high-stakes rail-birds talking.

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WPT Paris Final Table Update


 The Grand Prix de Paris was one of the original stops on the WPT, and the only foreign stop for quite some time. In its second incarnation the Paris tournament is the first stop on this the WPT’s 9th season. 

With a strong international poker pro presence, the final table is shaping up to be a star-studded affair, with players like Isabelle Mercier, Antione Saout, and Andrew Feldman all in terrific shape to make a deep run in the event.

With a €2.7 million prize-pool, and €633k going to the winner, the poker players will be battling hard to reach the final table. Many of the big names who weren’t lucky enough to survive the first day will likely be hanging around Paris for a few extra days; when the €20,000 high-roller tournament is set to begin –The high-roller events are popping up at more and more major tournaments, almost as a second-chance event for the top pros.

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Jean Robert “Action Bob” Bellande


World's best poker player Jean-Robert Bellande made a name for himself in the poker arena at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) circuit event in 2005. The championship took place at Rio Las Vegas and he competed in the $10,000 No Limit Hold'Em event. In this tournament, he came in 3rd place and earned attractive prize winnings in the amount of $210,900.

In 2006, Jean-Robert made a cash finish in 2006, at the WSOP No Limit Hold'Em event. In this event, he earned prize winnings in the sum of $14,617.

Jean-Robert Bellande achieved another cash finish at the 2008 WSOP No Limit Hold'Em event winning $10,712, before moving on make to additional winnings in the same series at different events. He entered the WSOP No limit Texas Hold'Em event with a $10,000 buy-in also in 2008 and then made another cash finish at which he earned prize winnings in the sum of $27,020. Although he had already made two cash finishes at WSOP in the same year, things were about to get even better for Jean-Robert.

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Cereus Poker: A New Glitch Software

Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet have joined forces to become the Cereus Poker Network. Both AbsolutePoker and UltimateBet poker share tables, software, and players. 


They are now one Cereus Poker site. This has created a great opportunity for rakeback players seeking Cereus Poker Rakeback. If you have an existing account at Absolute Poker, you can simply sign up for Ultimate Bet rake back. If you have an existing account at Ultimate Bet you can sign up for Absolute Poker rake back.

Poker Table Ratings informed the online poker community that it had “cracked the code” for both Cereus Poker Network sites, UB and Absolute Poker. PTR informed the network that it was able to find a software flaw that could allow would be hackers to see a player’s hole cards.

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Mike “The Mouth” Matusow Joins Poker2Nite

The Fox Sports Net poker news show “Poker2Nite” welcomed the always outspoken Mike “The Mouth” Matusow this week. The franchise airs at 11:00pm ET every Wednesday night and can also be seen on The Score at 3:00pm ET on Sundays. This week’s installment began with a discussion of the $335 buy-in re-entry event that kicked off the L.A. Poker Classic. The tournament was the brainchild of Matt Savage and allowed players to buy back in on a later starting day should they be knocked out.


On top of the unique formula, the tournament also guaranteed $1 million. Interviews were shown with David “Chino” Rheem, Amnon Filippi, Thor Hanson, and Andreas Hoivold. Filippi commented, “It’s so hard to get so many people in one place at one time. You have to have a 100-table room and you have to have the players. L.A. has both.” Darrell Cain ultimately took down the kickoff event for over $300,000.

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Play Poker And Drive An Aston Martin DB9 For Free

This online casino promotion is also about what’s going on in the world of poker; rarely is it about what’s not going on. But in this case, it is. What’s not going on in today’s big poker news story is the One lucky poker player could win a brand new Aston Martin DB9 Coupe for FREE at PartyPoker - thanks to its new “Drive the Dream” promotion.

To win the dream car you don’t have to go on an international spying mission or play heads-up with an international criminal mastermind “Casino Royale” style – all you have to do is log on to PartyPoker.com and take part in the “Drive the Dream” promotion!

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WPT Season 9 Kicks Off In France

PartyPoker also looks to grow outside of Europe, where it continues to maintain a stronghold on the poker industry. Starting in Canada, where poker is still in a growth period, PartyPoker hopes to see Scott at the tables of various live poker events. After Season 8 of the World Poker Tour (WPT) concluded with David Williams capturing the $25,000 buy-in championship at Bellagio, Season 9 of the popular poker tour is set to get underway in Paris, France on May 8th.

So far the poker tournament series has announced four stops for their 2010-2011 schedule. All four stops are scheduled in Europe with the usual break in the action surrounding the World Series of Poker which will take place from late May to early July:

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The Down Town Man: Chad Brown

World's best poker player Chad Brown is one of the hosts of the Ultimate Poker Challenge television series. He has finished in the money at several events in the World Series of Poker (WSOP), including 3rd in the 2002 $1,500 Omaha hi-lo split event, 2nd to Ted Forrest in the 2004 $1,500 seven-card stud event and 2nd in the 2005 $2,000 seven-card stud hi-lo event. 

Chad Brown made back to back final tables at 2005 World Series of Poker circuit events, including a third place finish behind Chris Ferguson and Prahlad Friedman.

With one of the best nicknames in poker, “Down Town” Chad Brown was born and raised in New York City, before making his way west to the bright lights of Hollywood to pursue a career as an actor in TV and film. Brown, who received his schooling on the Bronx poker scene, became involved in the Californian circuit when in Los Angeles, and from there has built a solid poker career.

With over $2 million in live tournament winnings, Chad Brown is a heavy-hitting all-game player with excellent performances dating back 15 years to the 1993 World Series of Poker. His first World Series cash came with an 11th place finish in a $1,500 Limit Hold’em event, and Chad Brown has gone on to record a total of 24 money finishes in his WSOP career, ranking him 63rd on the all-time list. 

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Magic – The Gathering: David Williams


Coming from a college background including Princeton and Southern Methodist University, David Williams an active World Poker Tour Professional, Professional Poker Tour Participant, and Card Player Magazine cover story. 

Before becoming a professional poker player, David, now 25 years old, was an avid "Magic" player, a game that is only played one-on-one.

Within the last year, David Williams has truly established himself as an important part of the professional poker tour landscape. With Two Second Place finishes in key tournaments, the Borgata Poker Open and the World Series of Poker No Limit Hold'em Poker Championship, David Williams proves his tournament mettle. David Williams is one of the World Poker Tour's "Young Guns" and has been featured in Playboy and ALL IN Magazines as the Future of Poker.

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J.C. Tran: The Dangerous Poker Players

Whether playing online poker or at live poker tournament, J.C Tran is considered to be the dangerous poker players and always a threat to win in any poker tournaments he is playing in. J.C Tran’s biggest accomplishments include two World Series of Poker bracelets, a WCOOP Main Event victory, and five WPT final tables. 

His biggest cash is actually a 2nd place finish in the 2007 L.A. Poker Classic for $1.1 million, but he would later claim victory and $683K in the World Poker Challenge that same year. J.C. Tran’s live poker winnings are in excess of $8 million, and include 28 WSOP cashes for $1.6 million.

With an incredibly balanced mix of live and online success, Tran is an absolute monster at the tables and always a force to be reckoned with.

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Liv “The Scientist” Boree Wins At EPT San Remo


Astrophysics grad turned poker pro, TV presenter and model Liv Boeree won the biggest PokerStars European Poker Tour event ever in San Remo, Italy today. With 1,240 entrants the PokerStars EPT San Remo tournament bested its own record –set last year—for the largest major poker tournament in European history. 

In the span of a few weeks a woman has won the North American Poker Tour event at Mohegan Sun, and now the European Poker Tour San Remo event! Liv Boeree, a UB sponsored poker pro, earned her way into the PokerStars sponsored EPT San Remo event through a $500 qualifier, and now has €1.25 million to show for it, along with her first major victory.

Liv Boeree came into the final table in fifth chip-position and played a strong game to take over the chip lead from Jakob Carlsson during three-handed play when she eliminated Toni Pettersson. She then defeated Carlsson in the heads-up final to claim a landmark victory.

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The Baby Face Poker Assassin: Phil “OMGClayAiken” Galfond

In the past couple of years, the face of poker has drastically changed as baby-faced assassins have infiltrated the poker world at break-neck speed. OMGClayAiken is the online moniker of feared poker pro Phil Galfond, a not-so-crazed American Idol fan caught up in the euphoria of having just taken down his first WSOP gold bracelet.

For those poker enthusiasts who've been eagerly following the career of Phil Galfond, his take down of Event 28 at the 2008 WSOP came as no surprise. An accomplished high-stakes online poker pro who regularly beats the $200/$400 Pot-Limit Omaha game at Full Tilt Poker, Phil Galfond has come a long way since his days at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he studied philosophy and dabbled in poker
 

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Shawn Buchanan Leads At 2010 World Poker Tour Championship


A total of 161 poker players took part for the day 1 of the 2010 World Poker Tour Championship. Each player began the day with 100,000 in chips, good for 500 big blinds. Players who decide to register on day 2 will still start the poker tournament with a respectable 125 big blinds, more than enough to make a run at the title despite missing an entire day of the tournament.

With so many chips in play, eliminations were few and far between and the day ended with just 23 casualties. Among those that hit the rail were Antonio Esfandiari, Kevin Saul, McLean Karr, Justin Smith, Annette Obrestad and Card Player's owner Jeff Shulman. Other notables who finished the day near the top of the leader board include Shawn Buchanan, David Benyamine, Phil Ivey and Christian Harder.

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Allen “Clever Piggy” Cunningham


World's best poker player Allen Cunningham is one of the top players in a new generation of multi-millionaire poker professionals. Ranked amongst the top five money winners of all time, Allen Cunningham has averaged almost one WSOP bracelet a year since 2000. Allen Cunningham was set for a career as a civil engineer when he discovered poker while studying at UCLA.

The Clever Piggy became a regular at local Indian casinos, improving his game as he slowly started to derive a good income from cash poker games. 
 

At the table, Allen Cunningham's engineering background has led him toward an analytical approach to the game of poker. Allen remains quiet, controlled, and focused no matter what happens around him. This style has paid off for him, beginning around 1999 when he enjoyed his first professional success at the Bicycle Casino's Legends of Poker. That year, he was named "Best All Around Player" after reaching the final table in five events, including victories in the $300 7-Card Stud Hi/Lo tournament and the $1,000 No-Limit Hold 'em tournament.

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Jamie Gold: The Golden Boy Of Poker

The history of poker hasn't seen a whole lot of Jamie Gold since he took down the biggest cash prize in the game's history, catapulting himself to the top of the all-time winner's list, but after taking a bit of time off he's back and ready to do some damage. 

From a Celebrity talent agent turned celebrity poker player, Jamie Gold is the world’s top earning poker player, with over $12 million in prize money banked thus far in his short career.





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Chris Moneymaker: The Moneymaker Effect


The poker world owes a great deal of gratitude to Chris Moneymaker. It is a funny thing that the 29 year-old accountant from Tennessee, who had never played a live tournament before the 2003 World Series Of Poker (WSOP), would go on to win the Main Event, and in the process become one of the most influential figures of the the modern poker age. 

But there Chris Moneymaker is, walking proud and standing tall, and serving as an inspiration to all the people who sit down at their home games and dream of bigger things.

Before Chris Moneymaker's career was a skyrocket, he was a travelling accountant who spent many lonely hours on the road. Many a night he sat in his crummy hotel room trying to pass the time. He enjoyed playing poker but he found it difficult to find a game, so he turned to the internet. He started playing on PokerStars whenever he had free time which he still does under the same name, “Money800”.  

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Scotty Nguyen: The Prince Of Poker


His persona as a cigarette smoking, hard-drinking, lovable loudmouth proceeds him every where he goes, from the poker table to the liqour store. Scotty Nguyen or "Thuan Nguyen" is easily one of the top ten tournament spros active in the world today, a millionaire many times over and amongst the most cherished members of the poker community. 

Yet beneath it all, he is a boy named Thuan who survived civil war, hard labor and worse only to reject the metropolis of Chicago because the weather wasn’t right. Thuan “Scotty” Nguyen is truly the Prince of Poker.


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$500K Online Poker Dominates 8 Year Old Boy

Did an 8 year-old really win at online poker? Allegedly, the rumor is that Aashish Nanak, an 8 year old boy from Chandigarh, India, won approximately $500,000 which accumulaoted for a bout 22,912,500.38 Indian Rupees in an online poker tournament. 

The Nanak family from Chandigarh knew their son had a gift after Aashish Nanak started showing a keen interest in computers aged just three. Apparently he was introduced to the internet by his mother, who would would sit him in front of a cartoon playing on a computer screen to keep him quiet while she went about her cleaning duties at a local hotel. 
 

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Joe Hachem: Key Member OF Team PokerStars Pro

World's best poker player Joe Hachem is one of the most phenomenal poker players out there. With so many impressive wins under his belt, it's hard to see how Joe Hachem couldn't have made it to the top. He has managed to battle mounds of players and rake in the wins in order to create a great poker career that he and his family could be proud of. Just as most poker players in his position, he has been through several challenges that as luck would have it would not untune him nor stop him from getting the poker career that he had always dreamed of making a reality. 
 
Joe Hachem is a native of Lebanon who moved to Australia with his family in 1972. He was working as a chiropractor (a person skilled in a particular type of therapy) but due to a blood disorder, he gave up his career and started playing poker. Before he go all-in at WSOP, Joe Hachem was not one of the thousands of online qualifiers - he bought into the event directly. He also cashed earlier in the series, closely missing a final table appearance.


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Amarillio Slim: The Legandary Texan Poker Player


A facetious gambler, raconteur, a poker ambassador and an old school relic, Thomas Austin Preston Jr. also known as Amarillio Slim”, was once noted a wise man that you can shear a sheep a hundred times, but you can skin it only once. 


He spent his life proving this to be true, taking on and beating the opposition at every form of wagering known to man, and a few that Amarillo Slim devised on the spot. Slim was one of the original road warriors of poker, forming a deadly partnership along with Sailor Roberts and Doyle Brunson. They would pool their resources, help one another out when possible, and travel the country shearing the sheep.


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Jason Mercier: PokerStars Supernova Elite

Jason Mercier the PokerStars Supernova EliteJason Mercier is a classic example of the young online poker success story. Hailing from Florida, Jason Mercier got all his action on PokerStars, where he was lucky and skilled enough to win a seat at the EPT San Remo No Limit Hold'em championship. He took full advantage of the opportunity, winning the event and $1,372,000.

Before his success in poker, Jason Mercier was studying to be a Math teacher before he made it big in the poker world. He then discovered online poker when he went away to college, and the next few years were spent mastering the game, picking up some impressive results in online tournaments along the way. He also began crushing the cash games, and became only the 16th player to become a PokerStars Supernova Elite.

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Tom Dwan Wins In 9 Minutes Against Patrik Antonius

Tom Dwan Wins Against Patrik AntoniousWorld's best poker players Tom “durrrr” Dwan and Patrik Antonious squeezed in a very short session on Friday. Over the course of 9 minutes Tom “durrrr” Dwan managed to take Antonious for a very sizeable $230,710 extending his overall lead in the Challenge play to $1,986,418.

Things didn’t get any better in the latest session, which lasted just 61 hands and saw Patrik drop more than $230,000 at the $200/$400 heads-up Pot Limit Omaha tables.

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Mclean Karr Wins At WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star Event

The World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star, a poker tournament with a twist, drew to a close this weekend as McLean Karr emerged triumphant. A final table that began with so much promise flamed out rather quickly on the final day of the World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star $10,000 no-limit hold’em main event in San Jose, California. The deep blind structure set up by Matt Savage and his tournament staff struck again on the final day of the tournament and a champion was not crowned until just before 3 a.m.

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Andy “The Rock” Bloch

Andy Bloch: best poker playerAndy Bloch started playing poker in the early 1990s, after graduating from MIT with two electrical engineering degrees. His poker career has been very successful, especially after becoming a full time professional. Andy Bloch grew up “with a deck of cards in his crib”, but he did not take poker seriously until he graduated from MIT.


During his MIT years he was a member of the MIT Blackjack Club “The Amphibians,” where he has said he made as much as $100,000 in one blackjack session. As his skills grew, he increasingly used poker and blackjack to earn money between jobs and even to finance his Harvard Law Studies.

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The Queen Of The Hearts Poker Player: Tina Wallman

Tina Wallman: The hottest Poker Babe ModelTina Wallman is one of the hottest "Poker Babe Model" and is also known as the Queen of the Hearts by many. Tina Wallman was raised in Sydney and is a Australian is finally set off in North America with appearing in many magazines and websites and now, in the poker room!

With her massive Myspace account with thousands and thousands of hits and she is piling up with many mypsace friends. In an interview on Australia’s Channel 7 show Today Tonight, Tina Wallman said she was one of the most hits on women on Myspace account. After looking at the numerous photos and pictures posted on the web, thats why it is the most sought-after in the web. And if that is not enough, she is the roommate of another Aussie hottie, Lynda Hancock.

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The Magician Of Poker: Antonio Esfandiari

Antonio Esfandiari: The Magicain Of PokerToday, Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari is an up and coming name on the poker pro circuit, and is known for his skill and success at Texas Hold ‘Em. At the age of 9, the family moved from his birthplace in Iran to San Jose, California, and there he was raised by his father and grandparents as his mother returned to Iran. In response to childhood teasing and bullying, Amir changed his name to Anthony, and later, for professional reasons, to Antonio. Antonio was an excellent student until a falling out with his father in his late teens, after which time he lived on his own and supported himself as he finished school.

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Annette_15 Of Online Poker: Annette Obrestad

Anette Obrstad best poker player A poker phenom from Norway, Annette Obrestad is one of the most talked about best poker players in the game today. Despite her age and relatively short poker experience, Annette Obrestad is famous for her extremely aggressive playing style and her consistently successful reading strategies. With her surprising talents have led this young girl into the spotlight in the world of poker.

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Isabelle Mercier: The No Mercy Poker Pro

For most of this mortal coil, poker was distinguished as a “man's game”. In the contemporary era, it is clear that anyone, man or woman, can establish the skills needed to play poker well. In fact, this is much of the game's appeal. One woman who is carrying the torch for female best poker player in the world is a French Canadian sensation Isabelle “No Mercy” Mercier. Isabelle Mercier is a worldwide ambassador and called a “Media-genius.” Back then, Isabelle began working as a blackjack dealer at the Casino De Montreal while taking up at the University Of Montreal.

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Pete Sampras: Wimbledon Tennis Champion To Poker Player

Pete Sampras | Tennis | PokerPoker has become one of the most played card games in the world and has seen a countless of celebrities and sports taking to both the live poker and at online poker rooms in their bid for excitement and profit and the latest to have fallen for the love of poker is seven times Wimbledon tennis champion Pete Sampras.

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Paul “Kwick Fish” Wasicka Wins At WSOPC In Tunica

Paul Wasicka, The 2006 WSOP Main Event second place finisher took first in the WSOP Circuit Tunica Championship Event Wednesday, banking $139,422 and a seat in this year’s Main Event. The $5,000 buy-in tournament attracted a total of 96 players consisting of mainly local pros and some big-name out-of-towners like poker player Paul Wasicka.

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Unabomber Replacing The Poker Legend in Party Poker

Anticipation is growing for the Party Poker Premier League IV, which is set to be played from February 12th to 18th. Today came the announcement of where the tournament will be held and who will be replacing poker legend. The Party Poker Premier League IV is set to begin in just a few days and news has been released that poker pro Phil “Unabomber” Laak will be replacing Doyle Brunson in the star studded event. Phil “Unabomber” Laak will join other poker pros like Roland de Wolfe, Luke Schwartz, Daniel Negreanu, Vanessa Rousso, David Benyamine, Tony G, Phil Hellmuth, JC Tran and Yevgeniy Timoshenko at the event.

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Chris Moorman: The Poker Legend in The Making

Chris Moorman | Best poker player One of the most young and best poker players in Britain to emerge last year was Chris “moorman1” Moorman. He turned as a poker pro for about 9 months ago and since then has had a remarkable run online, taking down tournament winnings of around $200,000, including third in the PokerStars Second Chance recently, good for $18,000.

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Joanna Krupa: Hot and Sexy Poker Spokesmodel

Polished supermodel, activist, actress and TV host Joanna Krupa is definitely a true self-made sensation who knew early on that she was destined to work in the fashion world and showbiz. Now skyrocketed her fame to the poker world. Joanna Krupa is well-known for being diverse - with regards to looks, talent and content.

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Jayde Nicole: Playboy Bunny Turned Poker Player

Poker Babe Jayde Nicole
The 2008 Playboy Playmate Of The Year turned poker player Jayde Nicole known for running around with Hugh Hefner and scanty bikinis between appearances on MTV’s show "The Hills" with her ex-boyfriend Brody Jenner and now she's also proving her career on taking home the pot in poker.

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2010 WSOP Rules Change Announced


World Series Of Poker, one of the most prestigious poker tournaments, announced recently a change of their rules. Another speculations that catches peoples attention is about what the new commisioner, Mitch Garber, can do now that Jeffrey Pollack left. On the otherhand, Twitter and other social media sites has been a huge help in promoting poker to people and giving the latest news and updates in what's happening in the tournament.

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WSOP 2009 Champ Joe Cada Not Dating Poker Hottie Jayde Nicole

Joe Cada 2009 WSOP Youngest Main Event Champ
An image of the recent youngest WSOP 2009 main event Champ, Joe Cada, and Poker Hottie and Playboy Playmate, Jayde Nicole was posted in a thread on TwoPlusTwo Forums. The image of the two (Joe's arms were around Jayde) sparked rumors that the said poker celebs were currently dating.

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Poker Pro Amir Vahedi Died, Poker Community Mourned

Professional Poker Player Amir Vahedi
The whole poker community mourned over the death of one man known for, not only his poker skills, but also his smile, colorful personality and cuban cigars. The 46 years-old Amir Vahedi, a well-known professional poker player not only to his co-players but also around the world, died last friday, January 8, 2010 due to complications from diabetes.

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Poker After Dark Season Six Is Set

Poker After Dark
It's interesting mix of High-Stakes Cash games and regular visits from some of the best professional poker players made Poker After Dark continually gather more and more audiences especially now with poker in the limelight.

After a competitive but a great run and continuous success for five seasons, NBC's Poker After Dark is back and all set for season six. It will be held at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

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