2006 July 26 Poker News, Events and Happenings
The new state law regulating games of chance — primarily aimed at Texas Hold ‘Em poker — came under fire from a packed house of people representing charitable organizations yesterday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Phil Hellmuth Jr. returned to an elite club early Wednesday, besting 1,690 players and tying poker legends Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan by winning his 10th World Series of Poker bracelet.
LAS VEGAS Phil Hellmuth Junior returned to an elite club early this morning, beating nearly 17-hundred players and tying Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan by winning his 10th World Series of Poker bracelet.
As if putting up $10,000 for a chance to sit down at the World Series of Poker wasn’t big enough thrill for poker pro Phil Laak, today he and four InterPoker.com players embarked on the most adrenaline inducing poker tournament to ever be held in Sin City.
JEAN, Nev. — In the skies over the desert outside Las Vegas on Wednesday, three amateur players and a would-be pro either learned how to keep a poker face at 15,000 feet or were booted off the plane.
‘The World’s Largest Poker School,’ is sponsoring the red carpet event and after-party. The screening is at Brenden Threatres at 6:30 p.m., followed by a party at the ghostbar. Red carpet arrivals at ghostbar begin at 8 p.m.
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 26, 2006–Four weeks into the World Series of Poker and with the Main Event around the corner, at 1:00 am at the Rio Pavilion in Las Vegas, Phil Hellmuth Jr. re-wrote the World Series of Poker record books one more time winning his tenth gold bracelet in the $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Rebuy tournament. In front of a growing crowd of anxious fans, standing room only, Hellmuth faced off with Juha Helppi to reclaim his place as number one. Crowned the “poker brat,” H