June 26, 2011 by Eliza Desailly with No Comments
Two more bracelets have been awarded at the 2011 World Series of Poker. Matt Jarvis, who finished eight in the 2010 WSOP Main Event has landed the Six Handed No Limit Holdem tournament, while Justin Pechie has taken down the Limit Holdem Shootout.
WSOP Event #40 – $5,000 No Limit Holdem (Six Handed) Matt Jarvis and Justin Filtz returned to finish off their heads up duel, with Jarvis in possession of a commanding chip lead, a position he used to good effect.
Todays poker session lasted just five hands. Filtz shoved with K 9 off suit only to be called by Jarvis holding A 8, which was good. Jarvis takes home $808,538 as well as his first World Series of Poker bracelet, Canadas fifth at the 2011 Series.
Jarvis said of his victory: You dream of a moment like this from the first time you start playing poker. T
June 25, 2011 by Keira Perivolaris with No Comments
Microgaming casinos have four new slots coming out on June 9th, Sterling Silver 3D slots, Gold Factory slots, Sonic 7s slot, and Jacks or Better Video poker slots! Ok, maybe three new slots and one with a twist to it, since its a lot like a video poker game in video slot format.
These four new Microgaming slots can be found in our new slots section with a brief review on each game.
June 25, 2011 by Eliza Desailly with No Comments
Phil Ivey Speaks Up against Full Tilt Poker ‘s treatment of players by suing them and boycotting the WSOPIn the wake of the Black Friday clampdown on online gaming by the United States government players are also starting to turn against their former sites. Phil Ivey has launched a law suit against Full Tilt Poker and is also boycotting the World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2011 to show his outrage at the fact that the poker site hasn’t paid players out their money now that their accounts have been unfrozen by the US government.
Ivey’s stance comes after poker players and fans lobbied him directly to get involved in the campaign to force Full Tilt Poker to release the funds to the players now that they cannot accept players based in the United States. It is Full Post…
June 24, 2011 by Lucas Pattison with No Comments
In a post bust-out interview, Erik Seidel was asked about how he played. His answer was, ‘well i played just about perfect with the exception of 2big pots i misplayed, so overall i played terrible.’
When i first heard that i, like the standard hot girl interviewing him, thought he was joking. but no–dead serious.
recently i returned to playing after a break long enough for much rust to accumulate. i played pretty well in my first 2 sessions but misplayed 2 hands pretty badly causing about a 1.5 stack difference to my bottom line. 150bb in 1500 hands is 10bb/100. i ended up -75bb so i lost at the rate i should have been winning at for this short stint. I’d have to say that i played quite well (not great) for 1498 hands. But overall, for the whole 1500, i played terrible.
NL is ruthless.
June 24, 2011 by Keira Perivolaris with No Comments
Pitbull lawyer Gloria Allred threatened to wear a sexy flapper outfit today not because she was feeling frisky but to make a point. Allred represents seven female waitresses from an Atlantic City casino, who were reportedly fired for being too old and who were replaced by younger waitresses all donning a new dress code: sexy flapper.
The women say that although they were reluctantly willing to wear the flapper uniform when Resorts because decided to go with a roaring 20s theme, the casino fired and replaced them with younger women who were allegedly more able to attract young male customers.
During a news conference, Allred put the legal documents on a silver plate, directly poking fun at the casinos new Let us serve you!
June 24, 2011 by Eliza Desailly with No Comments
Phil Hellmuth has finished as runner up in his second event at the 2011 World Series of Poker, falling at the final fence once again in his quest to become the only person to win 12 WSOP bracelets.
WSOP Event #33 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi Low Hellmuth, who also finished runner up in the 2-7 Draw Championship event, has now added the Seven Stud Hi Lo event to his list of second place finishes, picking up $273,233 by way of consolation. He lost out heads up to Eric Rodawig, who was securing his first WSOP bracelet.
Eric Rodawig, who hails from Arlington, managed to conquer 167 other competitors to collect the bracelet and the $442,183 first prize.
June 23, 2011 by Lucas Pattison with No Comments
The events of ‘Black Friday’ shook the global online gambling industry to its core; it now seems that its effects could be further reaching than had initially been thought…
Ever since the events of ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Blue Monday’ stakeholders of companies that are going to be affected by the crisis have been awaiting the review of a credible agency. It appears that all the number-crunching has been completed, and the outlook is even worse than many people had feared. The results have come from respected consulting firm H2 Gambling Capital, who are based in Manchester and their assessment of the situation has shocked even the most pessimistic members of the global online gaming industry. They speculate that online gambling growth will slow down to a relative snail’s pace of 4.4% for 2011.