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2009 World Series of Poker Europe
2009 World Series of Poker Europe
Dan Fleyshman is the CEO of Victory Poker, an online poker room that this month joined the Cake Poker network. He is also among the last 7 men standing at the 2010 WSOPE (World Series of Poker Europe). The move to Cake brought Fleyshman and his online poker room plenty of press coming into September, good press.
A total of just 66 players will return to finish off the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe Main event.
You may see a few of these "Best of 2009 Poker and Online Gambling Stories" elsewhere, but Gambling911.com has the real heavy hitters, those stories that scored huge traffic wins. Yes,
At one time, Bluff Magazine and Card Player Magazine both hated each other with a passion. Today they appear to have swept all that distain under the rug... at least for now.
Bluff Magazine Europe recently interviewed Barry Shulman, who won the 2009 World Series of Europe and is the man at the helm of Card Player Magazine, a family empire of sorts.
From Bluff Magazine Europe:
Close but no cigar for poker pro Daniel Negreanu, who is fast becoming the Dan Marino of the World Series of Poker Europe. He and Card Player Magazine owner Barry Shulman went at it for hours bef
There will be a very big name winning the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe and probably any minute now. The two remaining players at the WSOPE were none other than Daniel Negreanu and Barry Shul
Poker pro Daniel Negreanu returns to the final table of the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe. This is the second consecutive year he has placed at the final table of the WSOPE.
Poker icon Doyle Brunson remained in the thick of things at the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) in London Tuesday. After dropping out of the top 10, Brunson picked up steam Tuesday afte
The World Series of Poker 11-time bracelet winner, Phil Hellmuth, will be making his grand appearance this year's World Series of Poker Europe on Saturday, September 26th, 2009 at The Casino of the
You don't have to wait outside of Buckingham Palace to spot royalty in London.
The 2009 World Series of Poker Europe begins Friday September 18 and the action should be exciting. Last year we witnessed one of the best known pros, Daniel Negreanu, go deep finishing fifth. Russian player Ivan Demidov made it to the WSOP and WSOPE Main Event Final Tables in 2008. John Juanda won it all. And two years ago at the WSOPE premiere, we witnessed the youngest poker player even, Annette Obrestad from Norway, win a bracelet.
he first event will be a £1,000 no-limit hold'em (event No. 1), and it will begin at noon BST (4 a.m. PDT).
The World Series of Poker Europe will begin in around two weeks. This will be the third year of this coveted event, which last year drew in the same number of players as 2007.
The WSOPE kicks off in London on September 17th. Four WSOP bracelets will be awarded during the series. The Main Event will kick off on September 26th and will feature some of the top players in the world.
There's nothing more synonymous with the World Series of Poker than Doyle Brunson.
We're pretty sure that Patrik Antonius hasn't gotten much sleep the past few nights thinking about his lost chance at the 2009 World Series of Poker. It's not that he busted out early. Patrik A
So what will the 2009 World Series of Poker winnings look like when all is said and done?
Imagine these numbers:
WSOP.com presents a look at each of the nine finalists at this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event.
Shane Faulk dominated the final table at Heartland Poker Tour's (HPT) 200th event Monday at Golden Gates Casino & Poker Parlour to capture the title, bracelet, and $132,262.