The online pokers are given a chance to gain entry to the popular 2017 Winter Poker Championship that is all set to kick off from Feb 16 to Feb 26 in Seefeld.
All they need to do is to take part in a satellite series online event, win the prize money and get access to playing the main event at Seefeld for free. The entry fee for the online satellite series is just $3.30.
The main event is set to take place in the attractive looking and the picturesque Austrian ski resort in Seefeld. The main event will be the $2,286 buy-in no-limit hold’em event. It is expected to have a prize pool of $800,000. This is a very good opportunity for all poker enthusiasts enjoy the best of Austrian ski resort and also to win a good amount playing poker. Continue reading 2017 Seefeld Poker Championship From Feb 16-26
Online poker operators in Delaware gathered US$ 37324 in March, as per Poker Industry PRO ($).
Even though this is a small number, yet it represents a great figure for the state since 2015’s May, when it took in US$ 39245, and this is a thirty-two percent increase over February profits.
The Delaware iGaming mart is made up of 3 entities: Dover Downs, Harrington and Delaware Park. Delaware Park described for US$ 20447, Dover Downs US$ 15527, and Harrington US$ 1349. The addition in overall profit could mostly be assigned to Dover Downs that increased from US$ 7257 in February, when Delaware Park inched up from US$ 19036 and Harrington fell from US$ 1999.
The US$ 37324 might represent an upwardly trend in the year 2016 — this is the 2nd straight month where profits have heightened — but the total market is down a great amount from the same time last year. Previous March, Delaware attracted US$ 43636. On the positive part, the three-hundred and twenty new iGaming accounts made was a little step up from the three-hundred and six previous year.
Continue reading Delaware internet poker profits hit peak since May 2015
Turnstone Securities, the California-based investment bankers, have been constituted by the International Federation of Poker to raise money for a major expansion and development of their non-gambling, digital, team-based match poker edition of the game.
The raised money will be utilized to finish the development of their software platform before match poker’s roll-out into Russia, China, Brazil, United States as well as European nations. Match poker is a digital mind-game where traditional cards are substituted by hands dealt to smartphones.
The whole game-play is organized digitally and all individual as well as team performance and league and match information, is stored and recorded centrally. The IFP, based in Lausanne, owns every rights and intellectual property in match poker. It is an observer member of the International Mind Sports Association that is know by the International Olympic Committee.
Continue reading IFP looking to investment to develop new electronic edition
The poker gambling landscape is copious with opportunities for poker players to be catapulted to fame alongside raking in plethora earnings.
Can Kim Hua who is a Vietnamese American professional player who joined the waging industry to leverage endless opportunities and now among the most influential player at the global scale. What has cemented his reputation is not minting medals but strategically taking home sizeable amounts in every game he throws his ha in. His resume is rich with interesting results for his participation, having final tabled at the World Series of Poker and the World Poker Tour three times and has accumulated earnings exceeding $2.7 million winnings.
What gives Hua the fortitude is his robust participation in high-profile events at the global plane. He has incessantly played for six years in the money in above a hundred events, with formidable performance. In 2002, he placed fifth at the WPT Season I Legends of Poker. In 2004, he played at the World Poker Tour Season II World Poker Open taking home more than $500,000. Continue reading Can Kim Hua poker C.V incorporates outstanding accomplishments