2009 January 20 Poker News, Events and Happenings
Day 1a of the 2009 Aussie Millions Poker Championship’s $5,300 Heads Up event featured 32 of the world’s top players, including Sorel Mizzi, Craig Bergeron, Jarred Solomon, Graeme Putt, David Saab and Neil Channing….
Carbon Poker will soon be proud to lay claim to the biggest ever Bad Beat Jackpot. The Jackpot, which has just broken the 7 figure mark - $1,000,000, has not only brought a marked increase in action to the Carbon Poker card room and the Merge Gaming Network, but is only days away from breaking the record and becoming the biggest ever Bad Beat Jackpot.
he world’s most successful tournament competitors like me, Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Phil Hellmuth and countless others, like to play small ball poker. It’s a style that we use to steadily increase our stacks in no limit hold’em tournaments without having to assume significant risk.
Professional poker player Bernard Lees second book continues where the first left off uncovering the world of tournament circuit poker one column at a time.
The third Day 1 flight of the 2009 Aussie Millions Poker Championship Main Event drew the largest and most star-studded field of the three opening sessions. Among the ‘name’ pros competing on Day 1c were Scotty Nguyen, Joe Hachem…
The Canadian Affiliate Management Company - CanAffco.com - announce on behalf of it’s client ReeferPoker.com that their Bad Beat Jackpot has surpassed an amazing $1 Million dollars. In an unprecedented offer for online gaming affiliates, Reefer Poker affiliates are set to earn a piece of this huge Bad Beat Jackpot!
Snooker, poker and bowling are all weapons in Robert Kubica’s armoury as he girds himself for the noise and fury of a full-on Formula One title battle this season.