Casino Tips By Online Casino Admin

$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. 
 

More On This Article Here

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.


More On This Article Here

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.


More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here

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.

More On This Article Here