Jeremy Perrin Wins 2018 WSOP $365 Giant No Limit Holdem Event

Jeremy Perrin has won the 2018 $365 Giant No Limit Holdem Tournament. It’s called Giant for a reason. Nearly 9000 players were in the event with a prize pool of $2,676,000. This is the second running of the tournament. There were five flights and it whittled down to the final table and winner Perrin.
This was Perrin’s first gold bracelet, he also gets $250,000 in cash.
The heads up play was between Perrin and Luis Vazquez. Perrin had a 6:1 chip lead. Vazquez seemed to close the gap but lost with an all-in shove. He took home $154,412 for his efforts.
The final results were:
Place Player Earnings (USD)
1 Jeremy Perrin $250,000
2 Luis Vazquez $154,512
3 Svetlozar Nestorov $117,531
4 Renato Kaneoya $89,686
5 Alexander Lakhov $68,605
6 Kevin Rines $52,721
7 Lawrence Chan $40,627
8 Matthew Smith $31,403
9 Daniel Fuhs $25,319

2018 WSOP $5,000 Six Max No Limit Holdem Tournament Won by Jean-Robert Bellande
Jean-Robert Bellande has won the $5000 Six Max No Limit Holdem Tourney at the WSOP 2018. He’d previously had two runner-up finishes in the WSOP this year but this is his first win. He takes home a gold bracelet and $616,302 in cash.
Bellande came to the final table with the chip lead. He was able to maintain it all the way to heads up against against Dean Lyall. Heads up started with Bellande holding a 2:1 chip lead. The final hand saw Bellande win with a queen pair. Lyall took the runner-up prize.
The final results were:
Place Player Earnings (USD)
1 Jean-Robert Bellande $616,302
2 Dean Lyall $380,595
3 Andrew Graham $254,684
4 Tay Nguyen $173,598
5 Eric Blair $120,669
6 Kacper Pyzara $85,570

Phil Galfond Wins 2018 WSOP Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better Tournament
Winning is third gold bracelet, Phil Galfond has won the 2018 WSOP Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better Tournament. He takes home a whopping $567,788 for his efforts. He is an online legend but Omaha is one of his more recent poker games. There were 237 players in the tournament with a $10,000 buy-in.

The win boosts his career earnings to nearly $3 million. He has been involved with poker site Runitonce
in addition to playing.
Other poker pros in the event include Ryan Laplante, and Nick Schulman among others.
The top finishers were:
Place Player Earnings
1 Phil Galfond $567,788
2 Michael Mckenna $350,922
3 Ali Abduljabbar $240,497
4 Chad Power $168,275
5 Kwang Lee $120,263
6 Marco Johnson $87,830
7 David Baker $65,579
8 Chase Steely $50,086

Tim Andrew Wins 2018 WSOP $365 PLO Giant Tournament
The PLO $365 Giant tournament was won by Tim Andrew. This is a new tournament with a nice buy-in fee of $365. Canadian native, Tim Andrew took it down getting a gold bracelet and $116,015 in cash.
Though he arrived late, he was able to make up for it. Starting in third position for the final day, he won his way to heads up against Pedros Arroyo.
The heads up had Arroyo with a huge chip lead through aggressive play. That changed and Andrew made a comeback with some major hands. Finally, Andrew had an ace pair and went all- in sealing the tournament.
The final results were:
Place Player Earnings (USD)
1 Tim Andrew $116,015
2 Pedro Arroyos $71,703
3 Robert Cicchelli $54,718
4 Sandeep Pulusani $42,172
5 Michael Mizrachi $31,304
6 James Sievers $23,796
7 Kevin Nomberto $18,444
8 Raymond “Trey” Walton $14,968
9 Srinivas Balasubramanian $11,093

Dan Matsuzuki Wins 2018 WSOP Stud Eight or Better
Arizona native, Dan Matsuzuki won the 2018 $10,000 Stud Eight or Better tournament. He hadn’t planned on joining till a friend convinced him. The event had 141 players with a top prize of $364,387.
For the 2018, he’s had five previous cashes. He was doing pretty good overall for the series.
Poker pros in the event include Daniel Negreanu, and Jesse Martin among others.
The final results were:
Place Player Earnings
1 Dan Matsuzuki $364,387
2 Scott Bohlman $225,210
3 Ken Aldridge $154,648
4 Christopher Vitch $108,739
5 Daham Wang $78,337
6 Jerry Wong $57,855
7 Bryce Yockey $43,833
8 Joseph Michael $34,089

Galen Hall Wins 2018 WSOP $888 Crazy Eights No Limit Holdem Tournament
Hedge fund managaer Galen Hall has won the $888 Crazy Eights No Limit Holdem Tournament at the WSOP. The low buy-in of $888 helped create a massive field of 8,598 players with a prize pool of $6,871,521. It’s Galen Hall’s first gold bracelet. He takes home $888,888 for the win.
Hall previously won the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in 2011 for $2.3 million. He has more than $5 million in live poker earnings to date.
Hall came into the final day with a small chip stack but knocked fellow players out as he climbed to the top – Alex Kuzmin and Andrey Zaichenko were some of his knockouts. With the Zaichenko knockout, Hall took the lead with three remaining players.
Heads up saw Hall against Eduards Kudrjavcevs. Kudrjavcevs went all-in but was called by Hall who won with nine pair.
The final results were:
Place Player Earnings (USD)
1 Galen Hall $888,888
2 Eduards Kudrjavcevs $476,888
3 Niels Herregodts $355,888
4 Andrey Zaichenko $266,888
5 Alex Kuzmin $201,888
6 Jeremiah Miesen $153,888
7 Martin Stausholm $117,888
8 Philip Tom $90,888
9 Alexandre Novaes $70,546

Chance Kornuth Wins 2018 WSOP Online High Roller Tournament
Earning his second WSOP gold bracelet, Chance Kormuth has won the Online High Roller Tournament at the 2018 WSOP. The $3200 entry event had 480 players with a prize pool of $1.5 million dollars. He took home the main prize of $341,599.
Previously, he won in 2010’s WSOP pot limit omaha event. His total poker earnings from live events are now over $6 million dollars. Other top poker players in the event were John Hennigan, Jason Koon, and Chris Moorman among others.

Here is a look at the final table results.
Place Player Earnings
1 Chance ‘BingShui’ Kornuth $341,599
2 David ‘bewater’ Goodman $212,022
3 Timothy ‘poker.’ Nuter $144,169
4 Noah ‘ThePunter’ Bronstein $99,809
5 Frank’flcrivello’ Crivello $70,625
6 Taylor ‘ReadyGambo’ Black $50,926
7 Justin ‘kingfortune’ Liberto $37,356
8 Jonas ‘LobyPewis’ Mackoff $28,017
9 Pete ‘petechen’ Chen $21,596

Cash Games vs Poker Tournaments – The Advantages of Both Types of Poker Games

There are two types of poker primarily played one is the cash game and the other is the poker tournament. Some players specialize in one or the other. They both have advantages for each type of player who favors them. Cash games are often called ring or live action games. Many of them are the most frequently type of poker played at home or “poker night outs”. There is no end time and players can join or leave when they want to. This article covers both types and variations cash games and poker tournaments.
Cash Games
As mentioned, this is the most common type of poker played. Tournament poker often requires a minimun of players. In cash games, there is a minimum buy-in and somewhere between 20 to 100 the big blinds is the average requirement. For example, a cash game with blinds of $1/$2 could require anywhere between $40 to $200 to join.
Fixed limit games generally require 10 times the small blind to join. Using the above example, that would be $10. This will vary from place to place both in land based casinos as well as online. There are cash games for every budget though, from small stakes to high roller. In online games, these games are grouped by micro stakes, small stakes, medium stakes and high stakes. Often, you can find these by clicking on the labels for micro, small, medium or high stakes.
Six Max and Full Ring Cash Games
A game that seats nine to ten players is called a full ring game. Though in the internet age, the six max is also popular. Six max means there are always six players or less at a table. There is usually more aggressive reraising and the blinds come around more frequently. If you want action, this is the place for you!

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Tournament Poker
Poker tournaments are sometimes known as MTTs or multi-table tournaments. There is usually an entry fee. In many cases, there is re-entry available and there might also be a rebuy/addon feature. One feature of the poker tournament is that blinds increase as the game progresses. This in effect forces the player to bet rather than wait for “good hands”. This also narrows the playing field. But as the playing field narrows, the winnings go up. A great example of a poker tournament format is the WSOP tournaments. Most their games are in tournament structure. The winner gets the most money. But for those who finish at a certain level, they also are “in the money”. There are several types of poker tournaments.
Sit N’Go Poker Tournaments
These tournaments are on demand type tournaments that start when a minimum amount of players join. These types of tournaments are usually running 24/7 at popular poker sites due to many players who sign up. Payouts for sit n’go tournaments vary with amount of players.
Satellite Poker Tournaments
Many land based and online sites offer satellite tournament where a winner or group of winners win a seat to a larger tournament. They offer a discount way to get into costly tournaments. For example, satellite entry fee might $10, while the tournament might cost $200.

Poker Tournament Screenshot

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This is the poker tournament menu. Here you can see the types of tournaments available including satellite, sit n’ gos,as well as the stakes from high to micro and freeroll tournaments available as well.
Advantages of Cash Games and Tournament Poker
As said, both games have their advantages. There are people who solely make a living from playing cash games. One thing they cite is the ability to come and go as they please. This works especially for those with obligations. Picking up kids, walking dogs, cooking food all take time away from the focus needed to play at the peak of focus. Playing a cash game can allow the player to focus for brief period of time without worrying about outside factors. Tournament play on the other hand is where the big money is. Those who specialize in tournament play usually have fewer outside obligations to worry about. And have the time to play a long multiple hour tournament. Tournament length will vary due to the amount of players in the tournament, the more players the more time it will take to finish. Generally, the more money on the table, the more players who will be in the tournament. Though high roller tournaments is the exception but the buy-in is usually so high only a few people can join anyway.

 

Michael Tureniec Wins Little One for One Drop Tournament and WSOP News

The final event of the summer WSOP series has finished. Michael Tureniec wins the Little One for One Drop Poker Tournament. The 31 year old professional poker player top a field of 4,360 entries. The total prize pool was $3,924,000. For the win, Tureniec collects $525,520. Previously, he’s had 9 other WSOP cashes, but this is his first bracelet and final table.
He rallied from a low chip stack to power over his fellow players and take first place.
The One Drop For Water Poker tournaments are the events one percent of all players’ winnings go to establishing water in areas where water isn’t common. Rural areas of third world countries are the beneficiaries of One Drop major support.
The top finishers in the Little One for One Drop poker tournament were:
Michael Tureniec $525,520
Calvin Anderson $324,597
Ryan D’Angelo $177,695
Thai Tolly $133,028
Lucas Blanco $100,380
Samer Al-Shurieki $76,351
Shai Zurr $58,543
Guillame Diaz $45,254
As said before, this was the last of tournaments of the first part of the WSOP. The 2016 WSOP Main Event starts in October!!
Highlights of the WSOP 2016
WSOP Player of the Year
Players of the Year goes to the top point earners. This year Jason Mercier topped the chart with the most points. Jason Mercier cashed alot. He had a total of 11 cashes ranging from $2000 to over $400,000. He got a total of five bracelets at this event!
Paul Volpe ranks second. His cashes ranged from $5000 to over $200,000. Ryan Laplante hit the jackpot with twelve cashes It was a record amount of cashes, though most were less than $10,000. One of his cashes was for nearly $200,000. He brought a moment of pride to the tournament declaring he’s gay and showing off his leading man.
The top players of the tournament were:
Jason Mercier
Paul Volpe
Max Silver
James Obst
John Monnette
Martin Kozlov
Justin Bonomo
Michael Gathy
David Vamplew
Benny Glaser
WSOP 2016 Breaks Attendance Records
The 2016 WSOP broke all previous attendance records. Overall attendace was up 5% with many tournaments breaking previous records. It seems more people are playing poker than ever! More players means it is harder to cash as well. So, all players who cashed should really congratulate themselves. There was $221 million in prize money on the table.

Benny Glaser Wins $10,000 Omaha Eight or Better at the 2016 WSOP

In another Omaha Eight or Better tournament at the WSOP, Benny Glaser has taken another gold bracelet but the stakes were so much higher. With a buy-in of $10,000 and field of 163, the prize pool was an amazing $1,532,000. When he took this one down, he collected a whopping $407,194. It’s also his second bracelet of the summer series. It wasn’t as easy as it looks. He was playing with some of the top players in the world including Jason Mercier, Todd Brunson, and Matt Glantz.
The final hand was between Glaser and Doug Lorgeree. He had a 5:1 chip lead and continued his climb with Glaser winning with a flush. Logeree won $251,665 as runner up.
The top finishers were:
Benny Glaser $407,194
Doug Lorgeree $251,665
Matthew Glantz $175,754
Grzegorz Trelski $125,125
Robert Campbell $90,846
Per Hildebrand $67,291
Todd Brunson $50,872
Jason Mercier $39,269
Felipe Ramos $30,965
Andrey Zaichenko Wins Limit $1500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball
Though he’s had some minor cashes at the 2016 WSOP series, Andrey Zaichenko can claim the $1500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball as his major achievement. He took it down and pocketed $117,947 along the way. He made mincemeat of his opponents on the final day. From sixth position he knocked out three player. The heads up wasn’t easy with both players having sizable leads at various times. The final hand was Zaichenko going all-in with a nine, eight low winning against Jameson Painter’s pair of sixes.

The top winners in the tournament were:
Andrey Zaichenko $117,947
Jameson Parker $72,878
Guy Hareuveni $46,992
Alexandr Vinskii $31,099
Adam Spiegelberg $21,139
Andrii Nadeieliaev $14,769
Andrew Kelsall $10,614
Daniel Zack $10,614

$1000 Super Seniors 2016 WSOP Event Won by James Moore
James Moore has won the $1000 Super Seniors no limit holdem tournament at the 2016 WSOP. It’s a unique tournament for those 65 and older. James Moore pocketed $230,626. Though he started the final day in the middle with his chip stack, he was able to out maneuver his opponents to the heads up tournament with Charles Barker. Though Barker started with 2:1 chip lead, Moore steamrolled over him and took the lead. The final hand was Ace King and three of diamonds, followed by Queen of diamonds. Barker moved all in for the flush with a ten of diamonds and seven of spades. Moore called with his jack of diamonds and queen of hearts. The final card was a 7 of diamonds. Moore won with a nut-flush. Barker finished in runner up position with $142,461.
The top finishers were:
James Moore $230,626
Charles Barker $142,461
Charles Rinn $73,943
Eugene Spinner $54,197
Fred Berger $40,191
Arthur Loring $30,159
James Parrott $22,902
Vern Soeldner $17,604

Federico Butteroni Italian WSOP Finalist Bio and the Final Table

Federico Butteroni is one of the November Nine WSOP finalist. He hails from Italy and speaks in a very thick Italian accent. At 25, he’s pretty much a vet in the poker world having recorded cashes from 2010. He thinks European players are more aggressive than Americans and more unpredictable as well. For the Final Table at the WSOP, he’s not sure of his strategy yet. He just wants to rest before the tournament. He’s the lowest stack of all players going into the Final Table with 6,200,000 chips. How will he do stay tuned for the November Nine Final Table.
Here’s a list of his recorded cashes:

05-Jul-2015 United States WSOP $ 10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event (Event #68) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 1,001,020
29-Jun-2015 United States WSOP $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em (Event #59) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 3,622
24-Jun-2015 United States $ 235 No Limit Hold’em 3PM Rio Daily Deepstacks 2015, Las Vegas won $ 31,756
12-Jun-2015 United States WSOP $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack (Event #28) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 45,633
28-May-2015 Czech Republic € 199 No Limit Hold’em – IMOP Main Event IMOP – Italian Masters Of Poker, Rozvadov won $ 1,668
10-Jun-2014 Australia No Limit Hold’Em – Event #9 Sapphire Series Poker Challenge, Perth won $ 6,301
09-Jun-2014 Australia A$ 100 No Limit Hold’em – Monday Night Weekly Tournament – The Poker Scene Monday 2014 Crown Casino Perth Recurring Tournaments, Perth won $ 187
04-Jun-2014 Australia No Limit Hold’Em – Event #6 Sapphire Series Poker Challenge, Perth won $ 3,887
01-May-2014 Australia A$ 330 No Limit Hold’em Last Sunday of the Month 2014 Crown Casino Perth Recurring Tournaments, Perth won $ 3,246
09-Dec-2010 Italy IPT € 2,000 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – Main Event IPT – 2 – Sanremo III, Sanremo won $ 6,706

Here’s a video clip where he talks about being and Italian poker player and getting ready for the WSOP.

Patrick Chan – November Nine Poker Player for the WSOP 2015

Though he’s in 8th place going into the Final Table, you can’t count New Yorker Patrick Chan out from winning the WSOP 2015. In fact, don’t be surprised if he takes it down. He’s from Brooklyn!!! The same place as Vanessa Selbst. He’s been cashing for years after starting out online pre-Black Friday and his list of cashes is impressive with $500,000 in live cashes not including the huge WSOP pay day ahead. His favorite casino is the Borgata.

05-Jul-2015 United States WSOP $ 10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event (Event #68) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 1,001,020
29-May-2015 United States WSOP $ 565 No Limit Hold’em The Colossus (Event #5) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 7,170
19-May-2015 United States $ 580 No Limit Hold’em (Event #8)WSOP Circuit – Foxwoods, Mashantucket won $ 12,964
21-Apr-2015 United States $ 100 + 20 No Limit Hold’em Re-Entry (Event #27) Borgata Spring Poker Open/WPT World Championship, Atlantic City won $ 364
09-Apr-2015 United States $ 160 No Limit Hold’em #3Liz Flynt Spring Classis 2015, Gardena won $ 900
12-Feb-2015 United States $ 570 No Limit Hold’em 2015 L.A Poker Classic, Los Angeles won $ 23,890
08-Feb-2015 United States $ 350 No Limit Hold’em – Shootout 2015 L.A Poker Classic, Los Angeles won $ 2,650
28-Jan-2015 United States $ 2,350 + 150 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax Championship Parx Casino Big Stax X, Bensalem won $ 71,449
17-Sep-2014 United States $ 260 + 40 No Limit Hold’em – Re-Entry WPT Borgata Open, Atlantic City won $ 2,465
31-Jul-2014 United States $ 300 + 30 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax 300 Parx Casino Big Stax VII, Bensalem won $ 1,676
14-Jun-2014 United States $ 300 No Limit Hold’em – Encore Presentation Phamous Poker Series V, Las Vegas won $ 5,047
31-May-2014 United States WSOP $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em – Millionaire Maker (Event #8) 45th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2014, Las Vegas won $ 100,689
05-Feb-2014 United States $ 580 No Limit Hold’em Re-Entry WSOP Circuit – West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach won $ 1,936
12-Nov-2013 United States $ 500 + 60 No Limit Hold’em – Deep Stack- Re-Entry Borgata Fall Poker Open 2013, Atlantic City won $ 29,406
19-Aug-2013 United States $ 310 + 55 No Limit Hold’em – Turbo WSOP Circuit – Connecticut, Mashantucket won $ 1,182
11-Aug-2013 United States $ 520 + 60 No Limit Hold’em – Re-Entry WSOP Circuit – Connecticut, Mashantucket won $ 3,804
26-Jun-2013 United States $ 185 No Limit Hold’em II Rio Daily Deepstacks 2013, Las Vegas won $ 309
30-May-2013 United States WSOP $ 1,000 No Limit Hold’em (Event #3) 44th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2013, Las Vegas won $ 2,619
14-May-2013 United States $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – Six Max Mega Stack Challenge XXVIII, Mashantucket won $ 607
06-Apr-2013 United States [WSOPC] $ 1,675 No Limit Hold’em – Main Event WSOP Circuit – Foxwoods, Mashantucket won $ 3,329
15-Mar-2013 United States $ 2,325 + 175 No Limit Hold’em – Championship Event Foxwoods Poker Classic, Mashantucket won $ 6,754
10-Mar-2013 United States $ 500 + 60 No Limit Hold’em Borgata Three-Play Deep Stack Poker Tournament, Atlantic City won $ 1,439
09-Mar-2013 United States [WSOPC] $ 1,675 No Limit Hold’em – Main Event WSOP Circuit – Atlantic City, Atlantic City won $ 1,055
01-Mar-2013 United States $ 365 No Limit Hold’em – Re-entry WSOP Circuit – Atlantic City, Atlantic City won $ 716
27-Jan-2013 United States WPT $ 3,300 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – Championship WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open, Atlantic City won $ 28,207
25-Jan-2013 United States $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – Deepstack Re-Entry WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open, Atlantic City won $ 783
15-Jan-2013 United States $ 500 + 60 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stack Re-Entry WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open, Atlantic City won $ 1,120
01-Dec-2012 United States DSPT $ 2,300 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – Championship Main Event DeepStacks Poker Tour Mohegan Sun National Championship, Uncasville won $ 33,599
18-Nov-2012 United States $ 2,500 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – Championship Borgata Fall Poker Open, Atlantic City won $ 131,895
11-Aug-2012 United States $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em Borgata $100,000 Guaranteed Saturday Series, Atlantic City won $ 28,279
22-Jul-2012 United States $ 1,000 + 90 No Limit Hold’em Borgata Deep Stack Double Play Open, Atlantic City won $ 3,212
01-Jul-2012 United States WSOP $ 1,000 No Limit Hold’em (Event #54) 43rd World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2012, Las Vegas won $ 2,667
19-Jun-2012 United States $ 600 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Extravaganza III, Las Vegas won $ 6,852
11-Sep-2011 United States $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – Re-Entry 2011 Borgata Poker Open, Atlantic City won $ 1,083
11-Jun-2011 United States $ 340 No Limit Hold’em Deep Stack Extravaganza III, Las Vegas won $ 2,294
21-May-2011 United States $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em Borgata $100,000 Guaranteed Saturday Series, Atlantic City won $ 689
16-Dec-2010 United States $ 570 No Limit Hold’em WSOP Circuit – Atlantic City, Atlantic City won $ 1,163
Here’s a video clip with his foresight for the Final Table in November. He feels he could win with a good run of cards. Hello!! He also mentions where he grinds and mentions the Borgata Casino.

America’s Cardroom is Really Becoming The Next Big Thing

It’s been around for over decade. It started as Doyle’s Room, in reference to the great poker player Doyle Brunson. And for a long time was a more or less struggling poker site. But things have changed.
If you go to any poker forum, you’ll see much written over the years about America’s Cardroom and ddos attacks leaving players stranded in the middle of a tournament. That’s right all your chips whether up or down stopped. Yes you get a refund but your game was what really mattered. Even as recently as December when they had a million dollar tourney, that whole week of the Online Super Series was an incredibly unbearable period for players with disconnections and such totally ruining players motivations. But for one reason players kept coming back. For one it’s one of the few cardrooms that takes American players. I read of players who live in the states and play at Pokerstars or Carbon but not sure how they get around it maybe grandfathered in who knows . But for new players American cardroom is the answer and it’s one of the largest poker sites with a variety of games from freerolls to $100 , $15,000 tournaments everyday.
The variety of games is cool. It’s mostly no limit but has some Pot Luck Omaha as well. There are rebuy/addon tournaments and satellites to almost all of their tourneys. There’s in fact a satellite to the WSOP, how cool is that! And Sunday they’ve added these great tournaments $25,000 for a $15 entry fee and a $3000 for only a dollar it doesn’t get any better. But be warned these two tourneys attract many players and they go for a much longer period of time as a results. Make sure you have 12 hours for these tourneys! And you can enter any tourney for a penny.
Get To the WSOP or Any Poker Tourney for a Penny
Everytime you go to register, a popup appears that has a slots games where you can bet to win a free entry and use from 1cent and up to a dollar for a spin. So theoretically, you can enter even the monthly $100,000 for only a penny. It will probably take more than one cent but then it might be your lucky day.
And they’ve seemed to beef up their servers so there’s less disconnections if at all . The site is running much more smoothly than ever before. So maybe just maybe America’s Cardroom is really The Next Big Thing.

The High Five Series at America’s Cardroom Begins November 20, 2013

America’s Cardroom will be starting a new tournament, The High Five Poker Tournament Series, from November 20th to 24th.  There will be 5 major guaranteed tourments with smaller events . The series guarantee is $350,000.

Michael Harris, from America’s Cardroom states:” Buy-ins will be from $2 and up to $200 and guarantees from $1000 and up. There will be something for all level of players in this tournament.Players can win big every night and have the opportunity to make life changing money in the Main Event,” continued Harris. “Participants can qualify for their seats to all the different events at just a fraction of the cost via our satellites that will be posted before and during the series.”

The High Five Tournament will be spread over 5 days with each a bigger GTD leading up to the $350,000 Main Event. 4, 6, and 9 handed tournaments are included as well as standard, deep and mega stack structures.This tourney will include rebuys as well.

This is America’s Cardroom first High Five Tournament. It’s great to be in something new. America’s Cardroom also hosts the Online Super Series, and Mini Online Super Series. Other tourneys from ACR include 50k Guarantee every Sunday, 100k Guarantee every month and satellites for the Latin Series of Poker with guarantees as high as $500,000.

With a reputation for fast and easy payouts, America’s Cardroom is rising fast as best poker network for online poker.
 
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European Poker Tour Prague Poker Festival

A big turnout is expected for the Prague European Poker Tour Main Event that takes place in December. Last year the event attracted nearly 900 players . The first prize of over a million dollars (US) was won by Swedish player Ramzi Jelassi.

Qualifiers started on October 5, check with your poker site to see if they’ve got satellite tourney seats. Pokerstars does in fact have these qualifiers, check them out.

Prague European Poker Tour Schedule

TIME # EVENT BUY IN
Daily
24 Hours Cash Games Available Various
December 8 – Sunday
12:00 1* EUREKA – Main Event – Day 1A €1,000 + €100
16:00 2 NL – Super Sat to Eureka Main Day 1B – THREE SEATS GUARANTEED €150 + €15
19:00 3 NL – Unl. Rebuy Super Sat to Eureka Main Day 1B (€50 RB/AO) – THREE SEATS GUARANTEED €100 + €10
22:00 4* NL – Turbo €200 + €20
December 9 – Monday
12:00 1* EUREKA – Main Event – Day 1B €1,000 + €100
20:00 5 NL – Unl. Rebuy Super Sat to EPT Main Event (€50 RB/AO) – ONE SEAT GUARANTEED €100 + €10
22:00 6* NL – Omaha High/Low – Deepstack Turbo €200 + €20
December 10 – Tuesday
12:00 1* EUREKA – Main Event – Day 2 CLOSED
12:00 7 EPT10 – PLO Championship – 8 Handed – Day 1 €5,000 + €300
16:00 8* EUREKA – NL – Mini Event – Day 1 €300 + €30
21:00 9 NL – One Rebuy/One Add on Super Satellite to EPT Main Event €500 + €50
22:00 10* 5 Card PLO and PLO High/Low Mix – Deepstack – 6 Handed – Turbo €200 + €20
December 11 – Wednesday
12:00 1* EUREKA – Main Event – Day 3 CLOSED
12:00 11* EUREKA – NL – High Roller – Day 1 €2000 + €200
12:00 7 EPT10 – PLO Championship – 8 Handed – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 8* EUREKA – NL – Mini Event – Final Day CLOSED
13:00 12* Limit Holdem – Deepstack – 6 Handed – Turbo €200 + €20
16:00 13* PLO -Double Chance – Day 1 €250 + €25
19:00 14 NL – One Rebuy/One Add on Super Satellite to EPT Main Event €500 + €50
20:30 EPT10 Player’s Party Invitation
21:00 15 NL – Turbo €1000 + €100
22:00 16* NL – Crazy Pineapple – Turbo €200 + €20
December 12 – Thursday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 1A €5,000 + €300
12:30 1* EUREKA – Main Event – Final Table CLOSED
12:30 11* EUREKA – NL – High Roller – Final Day CLOSED
12:30 13* PLO – Double Chance – Final Day CLOSED
13:00 18 Chinese – Open Face – Unlimited Re-Entry – 30 Minute Levels €2,000 + €200
14:00 19* NL – Holdem – Mix Max – 80 player cap €250 + €25
19:00 20 NL – One Rebuy/One Add on Super Satellite to EPT Main Day 1B €500 + €50
22:00 21 NL – Last Chance Turbo Super Satellite to EPT Main Day 1B €1,050 + €50
December 13 – Friday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 1B €5,000 + €300
20:00 22 NL – Turbo – “8 Handed” €2,000 + €150
December 14 – Saturday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 2 €5,000 + €300
16:00 23 NL – Holdem – Day 1 €2,000 + €200
21:00 24 PLO – Turbo €500 + €50
22:00 25 NL – Turbo €300 + €30
December 15 – Sunday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 3 CLOSED
12:00 23 NL – Holdem – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 26 NL – Holdem – Reverse Mix Max – 64 player cap €1,000 + €100
12:00 27 No Limit 5 Card Single Draw High / 2-7 Single Draw – Deepstack – 6 Handed – Turbo €200 + €20
13:00 28 NL – Holdem – Women’s Event €300 + €30
14:00 29 PLO – Day 1 €1,500 + €150
18:00 30 NL Holdem – Single Re-Entry – Day 1A €1000 + €100
21:00 31 NL – One Rebuy/One Add on Super Satellite to EPT  High Roller €500 + €50
22:00 32 NL – Turbo – Win the Button! €300 + €30
December 16 – Monday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 4 CLOSED
12:00 29 PLO – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 30 NL Holdem – Single Re-Entry – Day 1B €1,000 + €100
13:00 33 NL – Holdem – High Roller – Single Re-Entry – “8 Handed” – Day 1 €10,000 + €300
15:00 34 Pot Limit 7 Card Stud – Deepstack Turbo €200 + €20
19:00 35 NL – Holdem – Deepstack – Day 1 €500 + €50
21:00 36 NL – Turbo Bounty €1000 + €1000 + €150
22:00 37 PLO – Dealer’s Choice 4/5 Cards – Deepstack Turbo €200 + €20
December 17 – Tuesday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event – Day 5 CLOSED
12:00 30 NL – Holdem – Single Re-Entry – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 33 NL – Holdem – High Roller – Single Re-Entry – “8 handed” – Day 2 €10,000 + €300
12:00 35 NL – Holdem – Deepstack – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 38 NL – Holdem – Mix Max – Deepstack – Day 1 €2,000 + €200
13:00 39 PLO – Heads Up – 32 Cap – Day 1 €1,000 + €100
16:00 40 PLO – High / Low – Deepstack Turbo €200 +€20
19:00 41 NL – Holdem – 30 Minute Levels – Day 1 €1,000 + €100
20:00 42 NL – Winter Wonderstack – Day 1 €200 +€20
22:00 43 Pot Limit 7 Card Stud High / Low – Deepstack Turbo €200 +€20
December 18 – Wednesday
12:00 17 EPT Main Event Day 6 – Final Table CLOSED
12:00 33 NL – Holdem – High Roller – Single Re-Entry – “8 handed” – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 38 NL – Holdem – Mixed Max – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 39 PLO – Heads Up – 32 Cap – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 41 NL – Holdem – 30 Minute Levels – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 42 NL – Winter Wonderstack – Final Day CLOSED
12:00 44 NL – Turbo – “6 Handed” €5,000 + €300
13:00 45 NL – Deepstack Turbo – €30K GTD – 30K Stack / 15 Min levels €300 + €30
16:00 46 NL – Turbo – “6 Handed” €2,000 + €150
17:00 47 NL – Hyper Turbo – €10K GTD – 10K Stack / 10 Min levels €100 + €10

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Punta Cana Classic Poker Tournament at the Hard Rock Hotel

Punta Cana Poker Classic has become an important poker tournament attracting the top poker players. It’s held in Santo Domingo at the Punta Classic Resorts. The Punta Classic is from November 11th to the 17th , winter in much of the country. In addition to poker , players also get some great weather!! It’s sponsors include America’s Cardroom, Betcris and Bovada. And you can get in on the action too at America’s Cardroom.

America’s Cardroom has been sending qualifying players there in droves. There is $500,000 in prize money at this tournament. In 2012 , the top player took home over $130,000 in prize money. A great stop on a poker tour for Matthew Weber, last year’s tournament winner.

America’s Cardroom is giving players a chance to win at this event. The Punta Cana Classic is held every Sunday till the end of October:

Sunday, August 18th 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, September 1st 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, September 8th 6:00pm $50+ $5 10 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, September 15th 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, September 22nd 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, September 29th 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, October 6th 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, October 13th 6:00pm $50+ $5 12 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, October 20th 6:00pm $125+ $12.50 2 Punta Cana Packages
Sunday, October 27th 6:00pm $50+ $5 10 Punta Cana Packages

Each winner gets:

Americas Cardroom is now running satellites for the tournament, with guaranteed prize packages worth $4,100 each. Here’s what each one includes

$1,500+150 buy-in to the Main Event with $500,000 Guaranteed!

6 nights accommodations, single occupancy, at the 5-star Hard Rock Hotel Casino Punta Cana from November 11th through 17th.

Round trip airfare up to $800.

Ground transportation in Punta Cana (airport-hotel-airport).

All-inclusive premium food and beverages.

A welcome gift bag

24-hour premium room service.

$1,500 Resort Credit to spend on spa, golf, and tours at the hotel.

24/7 VIP Support Line

Either buy-in or qualify playing one of the satellites including freeroll. It’s a great place to play be it a vacationer or serious poker player.

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