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Ben Maya Captures His First WSOP Bracelet

The event #43 at the 2017 World Series of Poker was the$1, 500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout.

Total of1025 poker players took part in this competition. It was the Israeli realtor Ben Maya, who came up trumps at the end of the event to win the first gold bracelet of his career. This Israeli is not a regular on the international tournament scene, but this time he has made his presence count and that too in fine fashion.

Phil Hellmuth Wins Side Event LAPC

Phil Hellmuth made news recently when he beat another iconic player, Mike Matusow at a side event in LAPC hosted in February 2017.

WSOP Attractions For 2017

Most players of poker in the professional world wait to participate in the World Series of Poker that is known to be a renowned event the world over.

500.com Will Invest In Qufan

500.com the sports lottery service provider that work online is a leading Chinese company, it has decided to invest 16 million Dollar in poker game operator that provide services on mobile and know about mobile social poker game Qufan Internet Technology Inc. and Shenzhen Qufan Internet Technology Co. Ltd.

Kahnawake Changes Gaming Regulations

There is a change coming about in the gaming licensing operations in the US.

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission had come together and it is forcing Bovada along with other online licensees out of US. This has come about before the sale starts for the online poker site in the US which is in the unregulated sector. The deal that is being talked about will keep Ignition Casino as well as Bovada out of the US market.

Eureka Poker Tour Rozvadov 2016 Main Event report

The 2nd battle of PokerStars.net Eureka Poker Tour Rozvadov €1,100 Main Event attracted 338 entries.

Following the end of Level Ten, just 132 survivors got their chips. Those inauspicious to bust had the scope to immediately reenter and took part in Day 1c which started at 10 pm (local time) with at least ninety players, and they would have info on those that advanced there once play has been finished.

Chinese police introduces 'most-wanted' poker cards

You probably have seen “Wanted” posters of suspects pasted on notice boards or shops around the world. But, the Chinese authorities have done something new – they have printed their face on poker cards.

Authorities in China's Binyang County, Guangxi Province, dished out the specialized poker cards to the public for free on 10th January that carries snapshots of 248 suspected criminals, reported a leading Chinese daily.

No Examples Available For Resembling The Rocking Game Of Raymond Rahme

Raymond Rahme is one of the top stars of poker and assuring the public of Las Vegas to share some time with them. Yes, this is one of the classic players of poker.

He invented a number of tricks in poker and created own history. The field he has crafted is being adopted by others. The initial period of Raymond was based on the participation of cash competitions but later he converted to professional tournaments. Now he is committed to provide better entertainment to the poker lovers of las Vegas.

Regional Main Event of Hollywood Poker Open Columbus Kick Starting This Weekend

Last week saw the Hollywood Poker Open (HPO) tournament hosting the latest stop at Hollywood Casino in Columbus, Ohio.

This is just ahead of the $2,500 Championship Event at M Resort Casino Spa in Las Vegas which comes at the end of the season in June. The HPO Columbus event will come to a close with the Regional Main Event with $1,115 buy-in which will dangle guarantee prize money of $100,000 to players.

Van Soshnikov has kept the soviet flag flying in the casinos

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