Sami Kelopuro Wins PartyPoker POWERFEST Score

The PartyPoker POWERFEST came in and in great fashion in 23rd of September with over $6.8 million being awarded throughout 35 events. there were 2 $1 million guaranteed Championship Events and Sami Kelopuro, the Finnish star who came out with the highest score of the night. The field had 327 players who exchanged $5,200 for 100,000 chips, which made a prize pool of $1,635,000. The huge amount was shared by the top 48 finishers and the minimum cash being earned was around $10,627 along with an appearance in the final table that boosted the amount to $30,411.

The first player at the final table was Sheparentao who was followed by Oliver, PickYouOFF, and ubicaprofi and Oliver came in 5th place and became the last player who failed to achieve a 6 figure score. As far as Weis is concerned, he came to the rail by BuyThaPot as he had netted $113,632 prior to NoLoitering achieving the 3rd place for a sum of $158,595. A3PTEH along with Sami Kelopuro were left of the title. There was no deal to strike despite the existence of $100,000 pay jump. As A3PTEH reached 2nd place, the amount netted was $228,900 and then Kelopuro did walk away with a huge $317,190 which was included in his bankroll.
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WSOPC Choctaw Won By Jason Strasser For $332,589

The today’s Poker fans might not recognize the name “strassa2,” however, those who are associated with the game for over a decade know it very well that it belongs to Jason Strasser, he is one of the online poker game stars early online years.

Just like the Vince Carter poker version out to prove the game hasn’t passed him by, at the main event of the World Series of Poker Circuit Choctaw (WSOPCC) Strasser showed up and proved that he is still the best. On Monday night he topped a field of 1,249 players and claim win amount of $332,539; this is biggest in his live poker career.
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PokerStars Launched Online High Rollers Series With Guaranteed $11.4M

If one is interested in playing a high stake tournament, then PokerStars is the perfect place for him. As it always offers high state tournament and one is coming next later this month. PokerStars have made the announcement of organizing the inaugural High Rollers series starting from Nov. 26 2017 to Dec. 4.

The series will have a total of 22 events, the High Rollers series will offer guaranteed prize amount of $11.4 million, with $2 million guaranteed in the main event of $2,100 High Rollers on Dec. 3. In the series, most of the events will be no-limit hold’em, however, couple of Omaha and the 5-Card PLO will also be there.
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Layne Flack Leads The Monster Stack

The Caribbean festival of the 2016 World Series of Poker third ring event is going at the Casino Royale.

The event has the presence of 109 players. And this is a re-buy event. The additional 27 re-entries increased the field of the game to the 136 entries in total. Now, 136 players will fight to make it to the final table of the event. The event has the prize pool of $40,800 and players till the top 15th position will get a minimum amount of $690. On the other hand, the winner of the event will get an elusive WSOP Circuit ring and a cash amount of $11,400.

As the game started, the field of 136 players did not manage to remain in the game for a long time. After 15 levels in the match that went for 30 minutes each, the field gets shortened to just 29. In the game, the player, Layne Flack with 363,500 claimed the lead. While, Willie Janssen with 237,000 in the $365 Six-Handed Event finished 3rd.

Other notables and big stacks in the invent include Christophe Enrici (139,000), Chan Ping Hsiung (163,000), Benjamin Perez (89,500), Devaul Fenton (113,000), Dominik French (49,000) and Robert Cheung (74,000). Continue reading “Layne Flack Leads The Monster Stack”

Randy Holland gold strike opener player

Randy Holland was born in United States. Randy Holland is professional player of poker. Randy Holland ranked as 221st place in All Time Money List. In 2014 his total of live tournament earning becomes more than $3,361,139. He won Gold Strike Open poker tournament of 2007 and earned cash prize of $51,971 in that event.

Randy Holland reached to 3rd place in Poker Classic Shootout tournament of 2007 and earned cash prize of $23,280 in that event. He earned 4th place in $1,500 Hold’em event of 2007 and won cash prize of $30,740. He earned 2nd place in Omaha event of 2007 and got cash prize of $11,250. Randy Holland won Mirage Poker Showdown event of 2007 and earned cash prize of $124,728 in that event. He got 2nd place in Mirage Poker Hold’em event of 2007 and won cash prize of $52,708 in that event. Randy Holland finished in 9th place of WPT World Championship and got cash prize of $46,110 in that event

He earned 200th place in WSOP $10,000 poker tournament of 2007 and won cash prize of $51,398. 2011 is very lucky for him because he won 25 cash prizes in this single year. Randy Holland earned 5th place in LA Poker Classic tournament of 2008 and got cash prize of $25,290 in that event. He won The Green Omaha event of 2008 and earned cash prize of $11,016 in that event. Randy Holland won $1,600 Hold’em event of 2012 and got cash prize of $110,000 in that event. He reached to 2nd Place in HORSE Poker tournament of 2009 and earned cash prize of $9,399 in that event. Randy Holland earned 6th place in $970 poker classic Hold’em event of 2009 and got cash prize of $28,945. Randy Holland is a successful player of poker. He got 19th place in WSOP pot limit Omaha poker tournament of 2009 and earned cash prize of $6,604 in that event.

Phil Ivey one of the best all round players in the world

Phillip Dennis “Phill” Ivey is born in February 1st, 1976, and his current age is 38 years. He is a Professional poker player from America. He is residing in Las Vegas, Nevada. He made a world record of winning 10 ‘World Series of Poker’ bracelets, and he also has a record of a ‘World Poker Tour’ title and appeared at nine world poker tour final tables. He is one of the best all round players in the world today. Ivey brought his poker skills by playing against co-workers at a new Brunswick, new jersey, a telemarketing firm in the late 1990’s. His nicknames according to his personality are the ‘Tiger Woods of Poker’, ‘No Home Jerome’.

The phenol, his culling’s called him by his nickname; Phil Ivey has won three bracelets in tournaments accomplishment in the year 2002, World Series of Poker. In this tournament, he tied with the Pill Helmut jar, Ted Forrest, and piggy person for most tournament wins in a single year. Ivey also played bracelet in pot Limit Omaha from 2000 and 2005, and he has the first player who defeats Amarillo Slim heads up at a WSOP final table and he had greater success in the main event.

He has achieved the top 25 in four times in between the year 2002 and 2009, World Series of Poker, in that he finished the 23rd in 2002, 10th in 2003, 20th in 2005 and 7th in 2009. In the history of Ivey, he won his 6th bracelet in the $2,500 no-limit 2-7 drawn the ball event of the 2009, World Series of Poker and to win this bracelet he defeats the total number of 147 players, and he got a bracelet. After winning the 6th bracelet, he proceeded to win another bracelet in the $2,500 ½ seven-card studs Hi/Lo ½ Omaha Hi/Lo event besting a field of 376 people.