Genting Poker has revealed several “logical” changes to their tournament series that kicks off next year.
American Grant Lang made a late and dramatic move to lead the way after Day 2 of the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic in Las Vegas.
Europe might be the place to be for tournament action right now, but American Vanessa Selbst has stayed home to end Day 1 of the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic as chip leader on 165,800.
Most poker fans had their eyes on either the World Poker Tour (WPT) Prague or the Grosvenor United Kingdom Poker Tour (GUKPT) Grand Final in London – but there was also €400,000 in prize money on offer from the last stop on the Unibet Open series in Latvian capital city Riga.
Sinclair has lifted the biggest prize by winning the PokerStars United Kingdom and Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) Champion of Champions tournament at Nottingham’s Dusk Till Dawn venue.
There have been major worries over the future of the Estrellas Poker Tour recently, with fears that there would be no season three.
The news that the possible staging of a $100 million poker event in Macau appears to be inaccurate might well come as no surprise to many, with a high-profile Asian poker insider suggesting that the likelihood of such an event getting off the ground is “utter garbage”.
The world-famous Venetian Resort Hotel Casino have announced their schedule for the upcoming 2012 Deep Stack Extravaganza I.
Plans are currently underway in Macau to hold the world’s richest poker tournament to be known as the Macau Pro Am Open, guaranteeing a prize pool estimated to be in the ballpark of $65 million to $100 million, with the champion of the Main Event pocketing $25 million.
A new poker tour has been added to the United States calendar of events with news that the Ladies International Poker Series Tour (LIPS) will run the US Ladies Poker Championship Circuit Tour (USLPCC).
American players dominated The Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza IV $2,500 buy-in Texas Hold’em main event, as Washington’s Scott Clements collected the $145,775 prize.
Dutchman Luke Martens has won the Boylepoker.com International Poker Open (IPO) in Dublin after defeating Irishman Paul Purcell in their heads-up clash.