It seems like Annie Duke and the members of the Epic Poker League Standards and Conduct Committee cannot bear to be out of the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Michael DiVita, who allegedly “withdrew” from the Epic Poker League, made claims that several Epic Poker League´s players would boycott the next EPL Main Event.
Mike “Timex” McDonald , one of the ten members of the Epic Poker League´s Standards and Conduct Committee, has won the second EPL Main Event after a colossal final day – most of which he spent short-stacked.
A fantastic concluding day is in prospect for followers of the Epic Poker League Main Event, with David Steicke and Erik Seidel leading the final table.
French poker player Fabrice Soulier and Hong Kong star David Steicke lead after Day 2 of the Epic Poker League Main Event at the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Soulier, who won the World Series of Poker HORSE Championship on his last visit to Vegas, and Steicke – with a series of recent cashes in the Asia Pacific Poker Tour – enjoyed practically identical days as they climbed from mid-table obscurity to lead the 23 players that remain in the EPL Main Event.
Jaime Kaplan, the player who was given a seat at the last minute due to the “withdrawal” of Pro/Am qualifier Michael DiVita, leads after Day 1 of the Epic Poker League Main Event at the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
In an incredible sequence of events at the Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Epic Poker League Pro/Am qualifier Michael DiVita – who finished eighth in the qualifying tournament – was escorted from the premises soon after attempting to register for the EPL Main Event.
Darcourt, who won the WPT Main Event in Bucharest last year and lead the early stages of the EPT Barcelona last week, improved his starting stack of 30,000 to 198,500 by the close of play, and will be in third place overall when Day 2 starts tonight.
Phil Hellmuth has developed a reputation for coming second. Michael Craig has bested him in the Epic Poker League´s Charity Event in aid of Fallen Heroes USA.
Greg Mueller – the ex-professional hockey player with the unfortunate online poker identity of “Full Blown Tilt”- has just won the second ever Epic Poker League (EPL) Pro/Am event against a final table that could have justifiably graced the forthcoming Main Event, but which was played like a play chip freeroll.
American poker pro Chino Rheem has been placed on probation by the Epic Poker League (EPL) just days after winning their opening $20,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em main event at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas for $1 million.