Category Archives: poker news

Top Bingo Tips for winning at real money bingo sites

Bingo is one of the best game and most popular pass time. This is one fo the most played game in the world these days. Anyone can play bingo with the help of computers and internet these days. Even mobile phones and smart phones are making a difference in terms of playing online and mobile… Read More »

Tournament Strategy

It might seem at first glance as if cash game poker and tournament poker are the same thing. In both formats we have chips, the action is the same, and the hand rankings are identical. The key difference with tournaments is the increasing blind-levels and the inability to rebuy (after a certain point). These small… Read More »

Scott Blumstein becomes champion of 2017 WSOP Main Event

Scott Blumstein, a professional poker player from the United States has created history by becoming the latest champion of 2017 World Series of poker Main event. The world poker got its fresh poker champion in the name of Scott Blumstein. The player pocketed a sum total of amount $8,150,000 from this grand poker tournament which… Read More »

Mike Wattel wins second gold ring for event#72 of WSOP 2017

Mike Wattel, a professional poker player from Arizona has won his second gold bracelet at World Series of poker 2017. It was the event#72 of the series. The by-in of the event was $10,000 and the game was seven card stud poker championships. The winner pocketed a sum total of amount $245,451 from the tournament.… Read More »

Artur Rudziankov wins Event#58,$1,500 NL Hold’em for $395,918

Artur Rudziankov, a 29 year old pro poker player from Minsk, Belarus has won the event#58 of ongoing 2017 World Series of poker at Rio, Las Vegas. The event was $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold’em which attracted 1,763 entrants worldwide and generated $2,380,050 as total prize pool. Top 265 players of the event got paid… Read More »

Germany’s Jens Lakemeier wins $2,500 Big Bet of WSOP

Jens Lakemeier, a German professional poker player has won his first ever gold bracelet at 2017 World Series of poker. The event was $2,500 buy-in Big but event, which attracted 179 players worldwide but it was Lakemeier’s day, who defeated every odd players at the final table and pocketed a sum total of amount  $112,232… Read More »