The Top Five Multiple WSOP Circuit Rings Winners

Matthew Pitt | January 29, 2020

Almost every poker tournament player in the world dreams of winning a World Series of Poker bracelet. They flock to Las Vegas every summer in the hope of bagging some poker jewellery. It’s not only bracelets that the WSOP awards. WSOP Circuit rings are almost as prestigious and, incredibly, 491...

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Isai Scheinberg Surrenders to Federal Authorities

Matthew Pitt | January 28, 2020

Isai Scheinberg has surrendered to federal authorities in New York City after avoiding them for nine years. The founder of PokerStars denies charges of operating an illegal gambling business. Scheinberg, a 73-year-old Israeli-Canadian businessman, posted a massive $1 million bail fee and surrendered his passport. The co-founder of online poker...

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Watson and Nemeth Win Australian Poker Open Events

Matthew Pitt | January 27, 2020

The Australian Poker Open is running at The Star Gold Coast and has already crowned its first two champions. Australian poker has been in the spotlight in 2020 thanks to Aussie Millions being a roaring success. Kahle Burns’ impressive Main Event victory brought the curtain down on proceedings at the...

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Print Money by Crushing Loose-Passive Players

Matthew Pitt | January 24, 2020

Loose-passive players are frustrating to play against, but only if you don’t know how to approach them. This is the player type you should be printing money from because they are so bad at poker. Tight-aggressive and loose-aggressive are a royal pain in the ass to lock horns with. Loose-passive...

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Can Anyone Stop Kahle Burns? Aussie Books Yet Another Victory

Matthew Pitt | January 23, 2020

Poker players go on heaters where they can seemingly do nothing wrong. Kahle Burns is in the process of redefining the “heater” because his current purple patch is nothing short of ridiculous. Burns is running hot but take nothing away from this exceptionally talented Australian. He’s a cash game specialist...

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Five 2020 WSOP Bracelet Events That Won’t Break The Bank

Matthew Pitt | January 22, 2020

Poker tournament players around the world dream of winning a WSOP bracelet. It is seen as the highest accolade a player can receive. A permanent reminder that, for one tournament at least, they were the best player in the world. Playing in live poker events, particularly at the WSOP, can...

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Zarko Mandic Banks $342K at Borgata Winter Poker Open

Matthew Pitt | January 21, 2020

New Jersey is where it’s at right now as the Borgata Winter Poker Open is in full swing. Seven players now have the title of champion, including Zarko Mandic who is the festival’s biggest winner so far. Mandic secured a massive $342,967 by triumphing in the $600 Deepstack Kick-Off event...

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JC Tran Secures WSOPC Thunder Valley High Roller Title

Matthew Pitt | January 20, 2020

The World Series of Poker Circuit is in Sacramento for the WSOPC Thunder Valley festival. Ten events have crowned their champions and JC Tran is one of those tournament winners. Tran was one of 47 entries in the $3,250 buy-in High Roller event. Those entrants created a $141,000 prize pool...

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How To Deal With Being Card Dead

Matthew Pitt | January 19, 2020

Being card dead is a frustrating experience to say the least. You sit at the poker table and see unplayable hand after unplayable hand pitched at you from the dealer. It’s far from an ideal situation, but it is also part of the game we love. Knowing how to deal...

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Lucky Break Sees Edwards Muniz Win WPTDeepStacks Hollywood

Matthew Pitt | January 16, 2020

William Muniz won the WPTDeepstacks Hollywood event for $228,717, but it could have been a different story. A fortunate turn of events saw Muniz play a different starting flight and bag the chip lead. He went on to outlast 1,403-opponents to secure his largest-ever tournament score. WPTDeepStacks Hollywood Final Table...

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