Home favourite Luca Pagano has won the Italian Poker Tour (IPT) San Remo €2,000+€200 No-Limit Hold’em main event for €210,000.
PokerStars players have the opportunity to win a trip Down Under for performing well in the PokerNetwork League.
Denmark’s Søren Larsen took down the €1,100 buy-in main event at the Euro Masters of Poker Tour (EMOP) Dublin stop at the Clontarf Castle Hotel.
Aussie Leo ‘The Mechanic’ Boxell outlasted his younger opponents to lift the inaugural PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Melbourne AUD$5,000 buy-in main event title and leave with the AUD$330,000 first place prize.
Germany’s Aleksandar Abutovic has collected the €500 buy-in main event of the Paradise Poker Tour (PPT)’s sixth leg at the Gran Casino in Barcelona.
Poker players are so well renowned for their generosity that the VFW are hoping that they can help raise enough cash for the Freedom Courtyard project.
Poker in the Park V is not only about poker, although that is the main feature of the London event, with a marquee now added to the two-day festival that is dedicated to other games such as rummy, chess and mahjong.
Craig Thompson enjoyed an “amazing experience” when winning the Poker in the Pub Season V title following a stunning display in front of the ESPN cameras.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP)’s main event at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino may have been dominating the headlines of late as the November Nine was reached on Tuesday night, but American pro Elio Fox has lifted the top prize of $669,692 in the $10,000 Bellagio Cup VII in Las Vegas.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) isn’t the only show in town right now as the Bellagio Cup VII has started at The Bellagio Hotel Casino in Las Vegas.
While the WSOP continues, many pros will once again be heading to Ireland for the four-day event by paddypowerpoker.com that takes place from October 28-31.