In contrast to the traditional tub-thumbing that normally heralds the start of voting for the British Poker Awards, this year´s launch has been a subdued affair.
The English Poker Open today announced on its website that the 2013 running of the EPO has been cancelled “due to unforeseen scheduling issues which have arisen”
Jake Skidmore pulled off one of the most unlikely victories seen in a major poker tournament when winning the GukPT Goliath at the Ricoh Stadium in Coventry.
UK poker player Jiri Sladkovsky produced a stunning finish to Day 3 of the GukPT Goliath in Coventry to take a massive chip advantage to the final table.
Sam Trickett won the climax of Party Poker´s “Road to Old Trafford” promotion at the weekend and immediately donated the £10,000 first prize to charity.
Alan Gold settled the conclusion of the €1 million UKIPT Galway Main Event in less than 4 hours to collect €187,494 and a Full Tilt Poker sponsorship package.
“Stake Me to Play” to offer staking, coaching and seminars to promising young poker players.
Michael Clarke won the GukPT Main Event in Bolton this weekend – five years after the Clarke family first tasted GukPT success through Michael´s dad Brian.
Sergio Aido won the €2,200 buy-in UKIPT Galway High Roller at the weekend after making a hero call during the heads-up climax of the event against Kyle Maguire.
Scotsman Alan Gold leads the final table of the Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galway after a brutal Day 3 which saw fifty-one players scythed down to just eight.
Christopher Day recovered from being the Bubble Boy in the Irish Poker Championship on Tuesday to lead the 6-handed final table of the UKIPT Hi-Roller Event.
As the first week of the UKIPT Galway draws to a close, Irish poker players have made a clean sweep of the events so far – with a little help from a Dane!