Have KK All In preflop vs AQ,AJs. Flop comes AA Realy sometimes think how pokerstars doing this, thanks God I playing SNG for only $4,5.
International Stadiums Poker Tour (ISPT) During the famous Wembley Stadium What you see in the picture are not alien flying plates, long awaited International Stadiums Poker Tour (ISPT) at Wembley Stadium, which has already entered the fourth day of play. Out of 761 players, how to qualify at this extraordinary tournament, after 3 days of play left them 99, and the head of the column was Ole Schemion with 1.534 million. As the organizer and announced, managed to "get hooked" to fund it over € 20 million, so the winner of belong to exactly € 1 million. As was to be expected, a lot of familiar faces on the ISPT-in, and some are still in the game: Toby Lewis (973.000), Dave Ulliott (700,000), Freddy Deeb (217,000), and others are still in the race for a million dollars while Tony G, Liz Lieu, Marcel Luske, David Benyamine and Boris Becker are no longer in the game, so they packed his bags for the WSOP. To mention and awards should be noted that the structure of the payments was flexible, and even 380-player and received € 540, as was the "minimum wage". Enter the final table (8 players) guaranteed € 37,000
Michael Phelps, the most successful Olympian of all time, recorded a debut at the World Series of Poker, participation in the $ 5,000 no-limit hold'em event, which is also the first open tournament 44 Published largest poker series in the world. This is not the first appearance of the famous swimmers in large poker tournaments, this year he took part in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. Otherwise, the official second WSOP event (the first was only for employees in the casino), attracted a large number of well-known poker faces, among others, there are Phil Ivey, Jason Mercier, Chris Moorman, Marvin Rettenmaier, Daniel Negreanu and others. First prize in this event is $ 533,906. Like every year, it is expected that the WSOP is interesed than that of last year, and therefore expected to be significantly higher total prize money, which is best illustrated by this table. The first column is year, the second number of entries, and the third is the total prize money in the last ten years. 2003 7,572 $21,789,060 2004 14,054 $45,973,770 2005 32,341 $106,055,907 2006 48,366 $159,616,588 2007 54,288 $159,796,918 2008 58,720 $180,774,427 2009 60,875 $174,013,215 2010 72,966 $187,109,850 2011 75,672 $192,008,868 2012 74,766 $222,045,377
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