23-year-old David Vamplew is a rising poker star who has had two consecutive winnings at the Pokerstar’s EPT London Main Event and the Pokerstars UK and Ireland Tour Champion of Champions event.
No doubt, these wins have not been easily attained, but it looks like he knows how to play cards well. At the same time he views his prizes as additional opportunities that can increase his potential, reputation and growth as a professional poker player.
Estonian players can now enjoy games qualify for live events across the globe at PokerStars.com, since the leading online poker site has been granted an operational license by Estonian authorities.
PokerStars.com has been the most popular poker room in the Baltic country for several years, and now the license enables Estonian players to compete at one of the largest poker sites with players all over the world.
Lots of attention has been drawn this time to the Party Poker World Open VI. Lots of major poker pros have taken part in the tournaments, as well as amateur and budding poker players. However, this time’s winner is a British online casino poker player who is fairly new in the field, but who already managed to impress professional poker players with his persistence and the skills, aggressive and bold style of play.
Definitely, it is just the beginning, but very exciting one for this player. And poker team contract offered to him will for sure change his life forever.
London is set to become the next poker capital in September. 70 events will offer and unbelievable prize pool of over 10 million pounds.
Poker tournaments are organized by Bluff Europe. The full list of events taking place this fall in London will be featured in the forthcoming issue of Bluff Europe and Poker Europa magazines, as well as online from July 18 at BluffEurope.com and LondonPokerFestival.com.
Some of the upcoming events are: The World Poker Tour, The English Poker Open, the two-day Poker in the Park, different small buy-in tournaments, tutorial lectures, seminars, pro-player sessions, concert charity tournaments and much more. The debut of The British Poker Awards is also scheduled to take place in London in September when British and European poker players are to be awarded.
PokerTime.eu is introducing a new easy-to-use site which is claimed to improve poker gambling experience of thousands of players.
MyPokerLab.com is a fully integrated online poker platform with hand tracking and analysis, video and written educational tools such as strategy and coaching.
To play, existing at PokerTime.eu players need to register for free at MyPokerLab.com before each of the subsequent cash game hands. After that players get a personalized report card on the quality of their play. Moreover, players can drill down through their statistics to get more details on their game. And all of that is free.
The WSOP is well underway this week. There are several bracelet winners already. Thus, Richard Ashby who has been doing pretty well is a bracelet winner for the first time in his life. His winning is over $140,000. So far, Ashby is the third British poker player to have taken a bracelet home.
Over the past year Ashby has been doing incredibly well. He managed to raise his profile among the pros and was upping the land tournament circle in the months preceding this years’ WSOP. Ashby represents Full Tilt online casino poker and is doing much better than anyone could expect.
Now, for only $2.20 FullTiltPoker’s players can take part in the promotion and have a chance to buy-in to a no-limit hold’em tournament with a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000.
The Big Little Tournament series begins on July 18 and will take part every other Sunday until October 24. Its winner will get a cash prize of $10,000. The $2.20 buy-in to the tournament can become even less expensive, if you try to win a seat by playing a satellite for only ten cents or ten player points.
Every game is scheduled to start at 12:30pm New York time. 8 games and $800,000 will be paid out in this promotion by FullTiltPoker.com.
Balkan Bet will soon be offering a gambling site operating on the Microgaming Poker Network and featuring a range of games from betting to poker and other sectors of the industry.
Balkan Bet is powered by a variety of gaming services including Wagerworks and Orbis and no wonder it is offering different types of gaming experiences.
As the Balkans is a fast developing region with a growth potential and very little competition at the present moment, Balkan Bet has a good chance now to establish itself at the foundation level of the market.
The Full Tilt Poker Series (FTOPS) is believed to generate a $17 million prize pool across the 27 scheduled events varying in some way.
Each season the tourney starts with qualifiers and offers seats for the main event. Most of the events are for high rollers and skilled players. The buy-ins range from $100 up to $2,500. This time the buy-in comes to $500 which is rather decent. In any way, high buy-ins help yield a prize pool a chunk of which both pros and amateurs have a chance to take home.
For more information, please, visit the Full Tilt site.
Teams from 16 nations (from the US, Canada, Macedonia, Australia and England, etc) have a chance for the next six months to participate in the Team World Poker Cup launched by TheFreePokerRoom.com.
The ultimate winners will be crowned in June.
A moderator and one of the event organizers for TheFreePokerRoom.com league said: “It is amazing to see how people are bonding together in TheFreePokerRoom.com league, which is a normal team league that has been organized for a few years. With the new TheFreePokerRoom.com Team World Poker Cup, people from all over the world will come together just to play a game of poker and to chat. Personally, I find that fantastic”.