The Four Musketeers in Vegas
Christin Maschmann joined YouTube poker legends Kevin ‘PokerKraut’, Andrew Neeme and Brad Owen on a ‘Card Room Crawl’ along the Las Vegas Strip to promote her book ‘StripNit’.
Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.
It was seventh time lucky for Dan Lowery this week as he finally ticked a WSOP Circuit Main Event title off his to-do list.
Woods is trigger-happy when it comes to taking legal action when he doesn’t like what people are saying about him, and his dig at Negreanu might not be an empty threat.
Riverboat casinos may be a relic of a golden past in the USA, but in India it was the scene of a famous victory for Mumbai’s Vikash Mantri.
The Frenchman scooped the €90,000 ($104, 353) first prize at the WPTDeepStacks Main Event in the Grand Casino Brussels Viage, outlasting the opposition in a field of 400 entries.
OJ Simpson was banned for life from the Vegas casino for allegedly acting ‘unruly’, thrown out by security amid claims he had broken his parole by being under the influence of alcohol.
Dusk ‘Til Dawn casino owner Rob Yong has weighed in on the $multi-million Matt Kirk versus Leon Tsoukernik legal case, offering his version of the events.
Some of the biggest names in poker took to Twitter against the Czech millionaire – Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu and Bill Perkins chief among them.
It was Spaniard Marti Roca De Torres who emerged victorious at the WSOP Europe in Rozvadov, turning a €220 satellite entry into a €million+ victory.
Larry Flynt, the poker-playing porn magnate and casino owner, has lost his bid to be allowed to enter the California poker market.
Kings Casino boss Leon Tsoukernik hit back against his detractors by launching a counter-claim against Australian poker player Matt Kirk and the Aria Casino.
The 30-year old Canadian won the opener at the Seneca Fall Poker Classic and took his career earnings over the $100K mark.
Dominik Nitsche outplayed a field of the world’s best to scoop not only a whopping €3,487,463 ($4,049,782) payday, but also his 4th WSOP bracelet.