John Juanda, graduate of University of Oklahoma is now famous as one of the best poker player. He has some unique talent in the poker games. He figured out how to play poker on the plane, on the way to the U.S. from a companion. He then enhanced weekends playing at gambling joints in Seattle, where he raised the cash. He then moved close Los Angeles, California, and in 1999 he selected in his first major competition.
He is the winner of 11 poker competitions, WPT final games, World Champion Poker Open Championship in 2001 and thus gained the position of the professional poker. He was ahead of his other competitors in Professional Poker Tour Player’s Tour in 2002. In 2005, John won the Five-Star # 5 World Poker Classic and the National Poker Championship, got sixth position in the Main Event of Monte Carlo Millions and stood second in from Monte Carlo the Invitational Live. In the year 2006, he defeated eminent poker players May draining, winning the Millions Aussie Speed Poker Challenge of Million Dollar. In 2007 he won some honors at the competition broadcast Poker after Dark Series. His most preferred amusement is poker.
He is a cool player. Juanda never leaves feelings to impact choices, equipped to change their playing strategy relying upon circumstance and competition. His rationality is to play to win, and its intense nature is generally because of the way that game was part of a period long enough. He generally does everything to win. When he loses the games, he does not become furious. Juanda treats poker as a business and is very careful about his games. With his excellence he continues to work. His excellence comes through his 48 hours practice for every work. Poker game has taken an important part of his life and he has become important for the poker.
There were 405 players who took part in the 2017 WSOP $2,500 Omaha Hi-Lo event.
It was a keenly contested event and at the end of the day, it was Smith Sirisakorn who had the final laugh. He took home the first WSOP gold bracelet of his career and also the top prize of $215,902.
Sirisakorn did not have any live cash earnings to report about when he entered the tournament. He has only one cash from a tournament and that was many years ago. He mainly plays cash game in Los Angeles and loves playing the Stud/8, $40 or $80 limits or the Omaha/8 disciplines.
Smith said that he did not play in many tournaments. He is just a recreational player even though he has loads of experience playing in the cash games. Sirisakorn entered the final day of the event with a decent stack. He was in 3rd position among the final 14 players who made it to the final day. He was able to get the better of all players on his table from the start and ran over them. He climbed to over 1 million chips within the first hour of play. (more…)
Unibet has been in the news for a while now.
There have been several events and changes that the poker company has been gearing up this year. The Open Main Event that is coming up in Pokerfest Romania is being sponsored by Unibet and it promises to be a long event that will span four days. With a guarantee finale that has a prize money of half a million, there is a large cap on the number of participants for the event. There have been online qualifying events that have been on since August of this year. The Unibet Open, Copenhagen has been on from August 25th
Unibet Open, Copenhagen was planned as a qualifier event for the upcoming event in November. The Copenhagen event also saw Kenny Hallaert take over responsibilities as Unibet Open tournament director who has the title of WSOP November Niner. Since the August events concluded there has been the Unibet Poker 2.0 software release that was much talked about. It is also set to release during the Unibet Open Bucharest event. This software is the updated version of the first one that was released earlier this year. (more…)
Jerry Wong is a very happy man. He has won the 2017 WPTDeepStacks SHR Lucky Hearts Poker Open Ultimate Re-Entry Event getting the better of 4,756 entries to win $250,000.
He has bettered his record at the World Poker Tour event as he finished in the 8th
position out of 6,737 entries in 2016 for a World Series of Poker main event. He has proved once again that he can find his way through a massive field and eventually get to a position of reckoning and that is to enter the final table.
It was a $360 buy-in tournament and the 4,756 entries recorded was the second largest tournament entry registered in the history of poker in Florida. The increase in the number of entries meant that the $500,000 guarantee was demolished and it went on to become a $1,426,800 prize pool. That’s a lot of money. (more…)
The poker champions Montreal Nationals made it to the top by defeating The Berlin Bears to become the first winners of GPL season 1.
They won $100,000 as the first prize in the Global Poker League. The winner Sorel Mizzi achieved victory with a win over Mike McDonald. He expressed his views on his victory by saying a few words. He always dreamt of playing poker, but was always contemplating if he could succeed in the game. Football has always been the true love for almost 30 years for the player, but he never thought that anything could match up to this lovely game. The player would have never played poker with enthusiasm if he did not have the ability to win or lose funding. Money is the main attraction that keeps you engrossed in the game and without it, there is no fun.
Soon after the GPL Draft was finished in the month of February, the player had 2 teams for him that stood out. One was the London Royals which looked competitive and the other one was the Montreal Nationals. Both teams made it to the Playoffs in Las Vegas. The second season will be yet another exciting event to watch. The event of the next season will certainly show the world how engrossing the game can be. (more…)
Looking for a job in the poker industry?? Here could be your chance. So get all set to deal and shuffle.
The World Series of Poker is getting all set for their forthcoming events and has a few spot that required to be filled.
The WSOP, a Caesars Interactive Entertainment division, operated from the May’s end to the middle of July at the Rio and needs a staff of around 2350 employees to operate successfully each year. The firm is looking for people in every area of operations —cage, chip personnel, dealers, food and beverage staff, customer service as well as everything in between — to staff their fast- nearing 2016 series.
Last year, after building a very successful relationship, the World Series of Poker is again working with Clark County School District to offer employment to teachers as well as school staffs who are looking for short-term engagement when school is out of session.
Those interested to be a dealer, auditions will take place at Rio, 3700 W. Flamingo Rd., each Tuesday, Wednesday as well as Thursday through the start of May. Before attending an audition, one must give an online application.
Professional poker player Jennifer Harman, earlier this month, was inducted in Poker Hall of Fame at an event in Downtown Las Vegas. Jennifer as well as her fellow poker pro John Juanda became the No. 49 and No. 50 members of Poker Hall of Fame.
Harman, now 50, had been among the pask of 10 finalists many times in recent times, but had always fallen short till this year. Jennifer has around US$ 2.5 million in event earnings, with 2 career bracelets, but he is known for winning an incalculable amount millions in cash games.
A leading poker news site recently talked to Jennifer following her induction. Following her induction, there are millions and millions of people who engage in poker and there are just fifty in Poker Hall of Fame. Now, this is quite an honor to be among those pros at this point of time. This is freaking unbelievable. He feels that she has grinded and put in a lot of hard work to get the acknowledgment for what she has done. This makes her feel very good.
If you want to buoy on gambling to be catapulted to immense wealth and enviable standing, poker is the most ideal. Jeffrey Lisandro is a poker player whose resume boasts a string of magnificent achievements that would attract the attention of an avid poker player.
Lisandro ventured into the corridors of poker through the WSOP in 1997. He has also final tabled eleven times at the WSOP, in Omaha, 2-to-7 Lowball and Seven Card Stud events to take home five bracelets. To encourage upcoming poker whiz lads, he has also appeared in the World Poker Tour where he has only managed two in the money finishes.
In 2004, Lisandro emerged the $25,000 Limit Hold’em heads-up event ousting Howard Lederer to wring out $194,000 first prize. In 2005, he went ahead to win the $10,000 NLHE World Series of Poker, Lake Tahoe where he outpaced Phil Ivey in a titanic heads-up battle to rake in a whacking $542,360 prize. Playing in the WSOP in 2006, he placed 17th to garner a whopping $659,730. (more…)
He is a player who has great statistics record and won the match for World Series of poker tournaments. He is a player who has played at the Hold’Em event. He is statically very good poker player.
What a new poker player can learn from him is the way he learns the poker game. He is a player who has many titles at the international poker tournaments. He is a player who can make the opponent struggle for long time. He has won 2 bracelets at the world series of poker tournaments. He has also won the championship poker event at the world poker tournaments.
When it comes to game of poker it is very vital that the player maintain his records and win the match. (more…)
Poker is one of the most electrifying wagering conduits that players purport to use to access plethora cash. Some people will be thrown into perturbation midst tight play as their hearts beat in contemplation of huge wins. The anxiety or emotions can backlash and bring huge losses to players. However, Noah Boeken is one player who is reported to exude copious confidence while playing his hand at the poker table. This is not to intimate that all of his moves are perfectly decided; he still encounters hitches here and there. But his vibrant competition at the high profile events is exhilarating and worth skimming.
Boeken’s first winning was when he managed in-the-money during a Master of Classic Poker in 2003; he placed fourth in the €200 NLHE Main Event. On the same year, he participated at the $10,000 NLHE Championship, Festa al Lago Event #2 Las Vegas where he got in-the-money finish. In the October 2004 EPT London event, he final tabled but was surpassed by John Shipley placing him at a distant second. The next year, Boeken’ final tabled again at the EPT Scandinavian Open (Copenhagen) where he vanquished the opponent in a heads-up battle. With his betting skills and strategies, his play intimates perceptiveness, cushioning his bankroll against being siphoned off by blind bets.
In a similar vein, he enrolled at the WSOP 2005 but only managed to get in the money finish and also final tabled at the $2,500 Limit-Hold’em tournament. Boeken’ also accomplished the 2006 BPO (British Poker Open) besting the likes of Gus Hansen and netting as much as $50,000. By 2011, his tournament earnings were estimated as beyond $1,200,000. With his seamless flow of cash into his account for almost every game he plays, Boeken takes advantage of poker rules. This is prudent as not all entrants can manage to win events, some ought to be losers.