Cryptocurrency is a concept that many are familiar with, especially those who play online poker and other kinds of online games.
This currency type is now being introduced in regulated banking by Bankera. This company launched an Initial Coin Offering or ICO on 28th
August, Monday. It is already known that cryptocurrency has certain unique features to offer, but this move will certainly bring it at a higher level of recognition along with other reliable forms of currency. Tony G of Bankera is credited with introducing this move. He has also mentioned his special interest in this concept as a Member of European Parliament. Players often have pitted their skills in poker to the financial implications of this currency, but Tony G definitely looks to be taking the concept and the currency and its applicability to new levels.
For the above possibilities to take place Bankera is being proposed to be recognized as a real bank with the banking regulations applicable to it. It will offer products like payment accounts along with debit cards, payment processing options, interbank rates for foreign exchanges and so forth. Continue reading Cryptocurrency For Online Poker
The World Series of Poker 2017 is almost here! The first 74 bracelet events which are a record get going in Las Vegas at the Hotel and Casino Rio All-Suite.
How to qualify the event?
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It will start in May 17 and will run till Jul 30, 2017
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You deposit $20 and get tickets for $30 with the Bonus Code: ‘PNWSOP30’ Continue reading PokerNews Offering Exclusive Coupons To Players
The professional poker players can lose a lot of money if they spend their earnings like hell.
This is what has happened to professional poker Erick Lindgren “E-Dog”. This poker player has filed for bankruptcy twice so far. The first time Erick declared that he was bankrupt in the year 2012. The second time Lindgren filed for bankruptcy was in 2015 and he has done this in Las Vegas.
Erick is a very popular poker player and has 2 World Series of Poker titles under his belt. He has also won the WOP and lost most of his earnings betting on sports. Lindgren is also the former member of the Full Tilt team. He was not able to pay the money back to his creditors after the Full Tilt team came to a grinding halt on Black Friday. Continue reading Erick Lindgren Says He Is Bankrupt
Poker Players International (PPI) and Tain have joined hands to offer poker real money to the residence of non-United States in legal jurisdictions. It will remain active all over the world through PPIPOKER.net.
The online platform has most advanced gaming software, and it is expected that, it will be able to attract every player interest in it. It is a new poker destination that is designed for everyone.
For almost a decade, (PPI) Poker Players International has been viewed widely. It is the leading and most credible player representation firm and marketing in the industry of poker. The company has represented corporate and professional players in numbers and from all areas of the industry. PPO has also projected many companies, established brands to startups, into large successes.
Cofounder of PPI, Randall Kasper said “The partnership we have established and the team we have assembled for this product is outstanding. It is one of the best, and we are very excited about it.”
“As far as the limitations of the game are concerned, then everything has been monitored carefully. All the good and bad have been covered with regards to every single issue and software has been created to provide unsurpassed playing experience for the players.” Continue reading PPI Launch Non-U.S Poker Site
This poker player is considered as one of the best poker players to the poker game from Netherlands. The home town of this poker player is Gravenhage, NV, Netherlands. He has a huge number of people following him on the social networking sites. He is one of the best poker plays of this generation. He has a unique style and plays the game in very unique way. He has 14515 people talking about his game and his playing techniques.
He is a very skilled and a professional poker player. This player plays the game with full spirit and full of his enthusiasm and full of his spirit. He is very much passionate towards the game he is playing and plays the game with full of his concentration. Continue reading Awarded As The Player Of The Year Netherlands 2013, Govert Metaal
Alex “Kanu7” Millar, a British poker professional, lost around US$ 430000 over the last 7 days on PokerStars, as per to tracking data from the HighstakesDB. It was the 2nd week of the year where he lost a 6-figure amount.
He is down over US$ 500000 on 2016 till now, after logging around 11700 hands till Friday. Alex is still a US$ 2.7 million winner on PokerStars lifetime. In 2015, Millar stated that he would not carry on endorsing this brand following the controversial alterations to the VIP rewards curriculum.
Accounts which won the most on the week were wilhasha ($94,301), d2themfi ($118,158), Cobus83 ($132,183), WRUUUUM ($135,000), and Educa-p0ker ($435,000). Well known poker professionals who had little victories on the week include Mike “gordo16” Gorodinsky, Rafi “refaelamit” Amit and Mikael “ChaoRen160” Thuritz.
Educa-p0ker was the top winner thanks to winning 4 largest hands. At US$200-US$400 No-limit Hold’em, he/she won 2 pots worth US$ 80,000 as well as 2 that were around US$ 100000. But, on the other side, Ronny “1-ronnyr3” Kaiser (-$314,000), donthnrmepls (-$88,000), Ravenswood13 (-$73,000) and TILTMENOT (-$202,000) dropped the most over the last 7 days.
Continue reading Internet Poker: Alex Millar drops $437,000