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.
Tonight sees the first of the $1 million guaranteed iPoker Online Poker Series and there is the potential to see a massive overlay in the very first event.
Randy ‘nanonoko’ Lew has blasted on to the live poker scene with a composed triumph at the PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Macau main event.
Singaporean Nathaniel Seet surprisingly leads the PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Macau main event heading into Day 3 at the Casino Grand Lisboa after securing his place on top of the leaderboard on 774,500 chips.
Sha Jun ended Day 1b of the PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Macau as chip leader, to place him second overall behind Day 1a leader Shih Chieh Su.
The British live poker scene is already packed out, but that hasn’t stopped Genting Poker from introducing their own tour next year.
Germany came out on top over the weekend in the inaugural Nation’s Cup hosted by the International Federation of Poker (IFP) in London in which twelve countries participated in a duplicate poker competition designed to show the world that poker is a stimulating and challenging mind sport as opposed to a game of “chance.”
Four major live poker events are taking place within two weeks of each other in the capital of the Czech Republic – Prague – and you can be there courtesy of four major poker sites, all offering a qualification route via online poker satellites.
It was Black Belt Weekend at the Dusk till Dawn Poker Club in Nottingham – not a new variation on the game of poker a la ElkY v RaSZi in Estepona this week – but a series of tournaments comprising the cream of British poker talent.
Poker News Report is giving away one free seat to the PokerStars 10th Anniversary $10m Guaranteed Sunday Million this weekend in a $5.50 buy-in tournament which offers one of the most eye-catching routes to the feature celebration event.