Last European Poker Tour (EPT) The last final table, took place in Prague.
In the tournament 1,192 players participated. The number was the record breaking, most amazing things about the event is, only six players reached to the top and have a chance to win the first prize amount €774,600 and the main event trophy of the PokerStars European Poker Tour €5,300.
Among the six players, Martin Czuczor is leading the tournament carrying the chips. And just behind the Czuczor, player David Peters is there. Peter had an excellent performance and won a big concluding the day 5. He kicked out Davis Lopez from the event and move to the second position to start on the last final table of the Last European Poker Tour. Read more »
Yes, Issac was a professional magician and then he chooses poker as his profession when he turned into 18 years of age.
This player was a magician which means he is very clear like a mirror and is very sharp. He played the magic with full of his skills. He is also playing poker with full of his spirit and enthusiasm. He comes with the winning spirit in the game.
He is much more concentrated in the game. He is very much skilled and a profession poker player. He is very much concerned about the game. He had learned magic from one of the professional magician. Read more »
After all the talks about Ray Bitar’s health condition, it is now believed that he is married. New reports that surfaced the internet boasts that Bitar tied the knot and he is looking quite healthy.
Bitar aw himself in quite a hot water with the US law after the Department of Justice closed major online poker sites which were still plying to United States players in April 2011, in infringement of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. He was declared guilty to a fistful of charges and forfeited a reported US$ 40 million but was doomed to only time served because of an apparent heart condition which made him a Class IV heart transplant prospect. Later it had been stated whether Bitar really indeed had the transplant.
During the sentencing, the judge said that the driving factor in this sentence is Mr. Bitar’s precarious health condition. He added, “The Federal Bureau of Prisons is not able to provide the care that Mr. Bitar needs. Prison almost undoubtedly would kill him. The possibility of prison would make Mr. Bitar ineligible for a heart transplant, which would also impose a death sentence.”
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The poker player who was in the US. He is a player who has casino winnings of total amount $234,343,34 .
He is a player who has 17 career cashes on his account. He is a poker player who has 17 career titles on his account. He is a player who has 151 cashes on his account. He is a player who has $2,85,343 cashes on his account in the entire poker tournament of entire poker tour.
He is a player who has played for all the winning he has played at the world poker tournament. He has played at the world series of poker tournament. He is a player who has played in very well strategy in the European poker tournament. We can see that he has played with full devotion to achieve success in the entire poker tournament. He is a player who has 2 rank in the entire poker tournament. He is a player who struggled hard and achieve success. He is a poker player who has played vital in the entire poker tournament.
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Scott “Aggro Santos” Margereson on April 26 chunked out the biggest cash of his life in a big tournament when he was the lone player standing in the Sunday Million on PokerStars. His labor yielded him the result of a $194,479 prize.
Hailing from the UK originally and based in Playa del Carmen, Mexico at present he is on to online and ring games. In spite of his renewed interest more on the ring games, he still ranks a 41st spot on PocketFives Worldwide Rankings, and boasts a fourth place in the UK Rankings, which positions him slightly behind players like Oscar “MendaLerenda” Serradell, Jareth “jareth3542” East and Patrick “pleno1” Leonard.
Margereson name surfaced on the poker famous list, when he made his pitch with online tournaments and won the PokerStars WCOOP-18: $320 NL Hold’em netting a $106,896.51 prize money on September 12, 2014. The tournament guaranteed $400,000. He substantiated with another winning at PokerStars WCOOP-22 just after two days, and took home the first prize of $202, 000 in the $215 NL Hold’em with Guarantee money of $1m. Read more »
David Peters of the United States took his biggest carrier winning in live Poker when he beat Ivan Luca in an epic battle at the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour Malta €10,300 High Roller event. He took the SLYDE watch, and the first price of €597,000 along with the trophy
When the event went into the final day there were 18 players left on the table, all of whom stood to gain a guaranteed €32,300. The first one to peel off from the pack was Sam Greenwood when fell to Viacheslav Goryachev and he pocketed the guarantee money. In a short period of time another four players Sardor Gaziev, Davidi Kitai, Simon Higgins, and Ludovic Geilich were eliminated from the table of 16.
Sometime later Ghionoiu was followed by Mike McDonald to the rail and the later was relegated to the 11th place with the price money €52,100. Ten players remained in two tables and Luca lead over Metalidi in chips, and the short stack was Nicola D’Anselmo with 18 big blinds. The bubble was busted when McLaughlin made the exit when Goryachev took him down with his deuces over the opponent’s ace-four. The final battle was set.
Nick Petrangelo who earlier came fourth in the €25,500 High Roller was the opponent to reckon with and he was leading in the chips tally for some time. D’Anselmo was knocked out to gain 9th place and followed by Sylvain Loosli later for the eight places. It seemed as Petrangelo and Luca would fight for the price money. It continued like that when Igor Yaroshevskyy, the Ukranian was sent to the rail with a 7th place position. Read more »