Poker Masters Lead By Fedor Holz $100K NLHE And Sontheimer Makes Fourth Final Table Of Series

The Event #5: $100,000 NLHE of Poker Masters drew 36 players, and it created a prize pool of $3.6 million.

And that means the top six finishing players will get a minimum prize amount of $180,000, whereas the winner will take away the prize amount of $1,512,000.

In the event Fedor Holz is leading the pack and has bagged up 1,471,000. And the players who are there in the event with a good number of stalks are Germans Christian Christner who has 1,367,000 and Steffen "Goose" Sontheimer with 1,354,000.

Texas Card House A New Buzz In Northwest Austin

Be it any night in the shopping center of Northwest Austin, one could win big playing poker or wipe out.

At the Texas Card House the newest one, thousands of dollars could be seen on the line each night, here the atmosphere remains just a casino poker room.

Cada Wins PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up

Joe Cada triumphed in the Sunday Warm-Up at PokerStars $215 event.

He won the event in an exciting manner and this win is not the first one in the kitty of Cada. He has won the main event of the World Series of Poker and after winning this event Cada became has become the champion of online poker once again.

PartyPoker New Irish Ambassador

PartyPoker has its presence in Ireland, where it is trying to increase its operations by signing on a new brand ambassador.

That is part of the latest news on this website who has signed on Padraig Parkinson as the brand ambassador for the country portal.

Poker Legalization In Dutch In Limbo

Lower house of Dutch gave green signal to online gambling games that include poker in July 2016.

And the management committee members of the game were hopeful that the bill will turn into law by the year 2017 and it would be easier for people to play games legally.

Multi Table Tournaments In Vogue

With multi table tournaments coming into vogue, there are certain tips that one needs to follow.

When you are being part of a poker tournament, it is important to understand the structure of the game. Accordingly, one should adjust their strategies to a fast or a slow pace.

Dietrich Fast wins World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic US$ 10000 Main Event

Dietrich Fast of Germany won the World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic US$ 10000 Main Event for US$ 1000800, that includes a US $15000 seat into World Poker Tour Tournament of Champions.

He left behind a pack of 515 poker players for by far his biggest career live cash. After biggest a gold bracelet at World Series of Poker Europe’s €550 Oktoberfest event, Fast is just one leg away from the poker's triple crown, requiring a European Poker Tour honor to fill out the feat.

Charity poker event to take place in Chicago

The eleventh annual No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament to take place at Montgomery Club is back to raise fund for Children’s Oncology Services. The event also offers a Grand Prize of a seat in World Series of Poker Main Event 2016.

In an attempt to promote selflessness this year, we are glad to inform you about the eleventh annual No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em tournament happening on 18th February, at Montgomery Club, Chicago to help children who are diagnosed with cancer.


Russian wins $1,000,000 On PokerStars under six minutes

A new millionaire was born on April 22, when "CccpVodka", the online poker player from Russia earned $1 million with a $5 buy-in in the Spin & Go on PokerStars. Right from the time the Russian sat with fellow pokers players "partalios" from Greece and “shooLarr” another Russian and discovered that there is prize money of $1.2 million at stake, he took just 5 seconds and 59 seconds to win by setting a blitzing pace. A millionaire was crowned!

Conniff Wins WPT World Championship And How I Remember Him?

October 2012, I managed to hoodwink a few hundred poker players to reach the final table at PARX Poker Room.

In the tournament with a Saturday final table, I remember two hands vividly and lost both. This is characteristic because I was well organized to reach the final table. Well, it is relatively easier to track down to hands that we should have won, even while we were experiencing profitable card sessions.