Exclusive Freeroll on 888Poker: $150 for Grab –…

admin | August 4, 2018 | 0

We have teamed up with 888poker! The poker room will be offering exclusive $150 freerolls to Somuchpoker followers every Sunday!

The field size is expected to be small, you have a great chance to get your hands on some easy money. You do not have to make any sort of deposit to play the freeroll, just open an account and follow the instructions to receive the password. read more

Win your APL Xi’an Main Event Ticket Online…

admin | August 4, 2018 | 0

The Asia Poker League will once again visit China, bringing a third Chinese APL event to all the players who wish to be involved. The festival will span 8 days between August 14th and 22nd.

The event will be hosted by the Xi’an Baoyulin Poker Sporting Club and will include a Main Event tournament with a buy in of CNY5,500 (approx. US$800). The guarantee for the event is set at CNY 3,000,000. read more

Mikita Badziakouski wins Triton Super High Roller Series…

admin | August 4, 2018 | 0

Mikita  Badziakouski goes back to back

Mikita Badziakouski – Photo Triton Poker

Back to back Main Event titles in any live poker series is something most players only ever dream of, but for Mikita Badziakouski that dream has become a reality. Not only that, but he has accomplished his feat in a series that richly rewards its winners. The Triton Super High Roller Series crowned its new champion and handed him HKD$41,250,000 (USD5,255,456) this week, except of course, he wasn’t a new champion at all, having won the previous Triton Super High Roller Main Event in Montenegro just a few months ago. This event, held in Jeju, South Korea attracted 55 runners, many of them world-class high stakes pros, with each competitor paying HK$2,000,000 (US$256,420) to enter.

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Poker in India

admin | August 4, 2018 | 0

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Influenced by both Eastern and Western cultures, India has a huge history in many different card games (Gin, Bridge), and even created some of their own. In 2006, Teenpatti, a poker variant, started becoming popular in India, and many experts agree that India is the largest and fastest growing online gambling market in the world.  Nowadays, close to a million Indians play real-money poker on a regular basis, even though uncertainty surrounding the legal landscape of the game remains. This gambling craze is particularly true during the times of festivals such as Deepawali and Holi, where the gambling business upgrades to 30-40% in India. read more

APT heats up July with the Vietnam Ho…

admin | July 4, 2018 | 0

This July, the Asian Poker Tour heads back to Vietnam to host their fifth event of the season, the APT Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Championships. The upcoming event promises to be bigger than before with twelve days of nonstop poker festivities taking place at the Pro Poker Club from July 11 to July 22.

See You In Vietnam – Photo APT

As always the festival offers an exciting roster of events however what everyone will be eyeing is the Main Event – VND 6 Billion Guaranteed (US$261,300). Last January saw 664 entries for the 3M guaranteed Main Event making it the largest attendance in the tour’s history. With the guarantee now doubled, expectations are high for another massive turnout. read more

Asian Teams flying high in $1,000 Tag Team…

admin | July 4, 2018 | 0

The Tag Team event is one of the more unusual events seen at the WSOP each year, with players forming partnerships or groups, and sharing playing duties between them throughout the tournament. This year’s event had a $1,000 buy in, and saw 1,032 teams take part, creating a prize pool of $928,800.

Nikita Luther & Giuseppe Panteleo – Photo WSOP

Many star players chose to take part, but as play got down to the final table, many of the bigger names had fallen. Interestingly though, there was still a strong Asian contingent vying for the title, with many Asian teams having already cashed up to that point. read more

I-Cheng Lin wins the 784-entry Manila Super Series…

admin | June 4, 2018 | 0

Another installment of the Manila Super Series has come and gone and once it again it produced an impressive field with 784 entries charging the felt at City of Dreams Manila. The series is one of the lowest buy-in festivals hosted by PokerStars LIVE with this year’s editions in Manila offering players a chance at a PokerStars Players Championship Platinum Pass at a very affordable PHP10,000 (~US$190).

After four days of Main Event action running from May 31 – June 3, Taiwan’s I-Cheng Lin seized the title, the PHP1,225,000 (~US$23,300) first prize, and the coveted PSPC Platinum Pass worth US$30,000. This was Lin’s first major victory of his career. read more

Lee Yin How wins the record-breaking Asia Poker…

admin | June 4, 2018 | 0

The largest poker tournament Vietnam has ever seen wrapped up with Singapore’s Lee Yin How winning the Asia Poker League Main Event. Last night, Lee Yin How withstood the final 9 round to emerge as champion and capture the VND 1,476,360,000 (~US$64,700) first place prize money.

Lee Yin How – Photo Team SG

Ever since tournament poker opened up to local players in Vietnam, one of the most popular venues to play has been the Pro Poker Club in Ho Chi Minh City. This club has been the site of the APL Road Series Vietnam ongoing for 11 days until June 4. The highlight was the Main Event which saw a record-breaking 864 entries pony up the VND 11M entry fee for a prize pool of VND 8,380,800,000 (US$367,500). Out of this nice chunk of cash, only 108 players earned a cut. read more

Macau: Alisports postpones IPT Macau, Galaxy, and City…

admin | May 4, 2018 | 0

Last week, the Asian poker community was stricken by a startling announcement – a ban on all poker applications in Mainland China. This was promptly followed by a decision restricting poker promotion on all Chinese social media such as WeChat.

This week also brings its share of unpleasant news with the closure of two poker rooms and the cancellation of what should have been the first event hosted in Macau by Alisports (an offshoot of Alibaba). read more

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admin | April 11, 2018 | 4

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admin | April 8, 2018 | 3

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admin | April 8, 2018 | 0

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Greenstein, Hansen, Holz and Nitsche: The World’s Best…

admin | April 4, 2018 | 0

If you’ve ever wanted to find your way into the mind of a great poker player, you certainly shouldn’t miss the most recent episodes of Joe Ingram’s podcast A.K.A ‘Poker Life Podcast’. Ingram has been putting out some fantastic content lately, interviewing several top guests on his podcast, including a four-hour interview with poker legend Barry Greenstein. All episodes are available to watch on YouTube.

German stars Dominik Nitsche and Fedor Holz both make an appearance during the course of these episodes, giving their thoughts on many interesting subjects, including Phil Ivey, who has been largely missing from the high stakes tables in the last couple of years. read more

APT Philippines Championships: Iori Yogo seizes the Championships…

admin | April 4, 2018 | 0

The APT Philippines Championships 2018 witnessed what could possibly be the most engaging conclusion to the festival with Japanese pro Iori Yogo denying Filipino pro Lester Edoc the victory at the Championships Event. Both players had fantastic runs throughout the twelve-day event to earn them the top two places in the APT Player of the Series race. The festival ran from March 21 to April 2 at Resorts World Manila.

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admin | April 3, 2018 | 0

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2018 EPT Sochi Day 2: Sergey Pichugin Holds…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

After a first of its type Day 1B and 1C on the same day (more on this in a bit), Day 2 has completed action at the 2018 European Poker Tour Sochi Main Event. After a massive 861 entries were received, only 136 players remain – nine short of the money bubble – with Sergey Pichugin holding down the lead.

Saturday featured action that was unique for any poker tournament. While Day 1B began on Saturday like a normal tournament (with one rebuy for entrants), it was what happened later in the night that was intriguing for players. Technically a Day 1C, a “turbo” day was played with ten, 30-minute levels to make sure the players were playing to the same level as the previous tournament days. After those three-Day Ones were complete, late registration finished off with the start of Day 2 on Sunday in the Casino Sochi. read more

European Poker Tour Returns in Sochi, Day 1A…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

After a year of wandering in the wilderness branded as another tournament circuit, the European Poker Tour officially made its comeback on Friday in Sochi, Russia. The first day of the European Poker Tour Sochi Main Event is in the books with a contingent of (naturally) Russian players dominating the leaderboard.

For the official history books, this was the first time that the EPT had ever set foot in Russia, although technically the circuit came to the Casino Sochi last year when it was under the “other name that will not be uttered.” And, for one of the few times ever seen on the EPT, there was a multiple Day One format, with an odd twist. After Day 1A on Friday was complete, Saturday would see a Day 1B play out. If that wasn’t enough for the players, a “Day 1C” under a turbo format will be started at 8PM on Saturday night (the event also offers players a single rebuy during their start day). From those three days, the Day 2 field will come together on Sunday. read more

Former Champions Christoph Vogelsang, Brian Rast Selected for…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

We’re a couple of months away from the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl and, just like previous years, the number of players wanting to take part is more than what will get in. Last night, former SHRB champions Christoph Vogelsang (the defending champion) and Brian Rast were selected to participate, but High Roller regulars Fedor Holz and Bryn Kenney so far are left out.

The 2018 SHRB will begin on May 27, but there are only 48 players being allowed into the tournament. Thus, officials associated with the tournament (the tournament is the creation of and sponsored by Poker Central) and ARIA, the host casino for the tournament, had to make the tough decision on who would get to participate. Just like last year, the decision was made to have a blind draw for 30 of the seats that were available. And, just like last year, there was a bit of hubbub over who made it in and who was excluded. read more

PTP, GameIntel Report: CoinPoker Player Traffic is a…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

A few weeks ago, one of the latest cryptocurrency-based online poker sites, CoinPoker, had its real money tables go live and to celebrate, the site is running a couple of generous promotions. Unfortunately, according to GameIntel Managing Editor and PartTimePoker.com writer Alex Weldon, it appears that those promos are contributing to artificially-inflated player traffic at the site.

At most online poker rooms, a great promotion usually leads to boosted player traffic, so on the surface, the situation at CoinPoker might look normal. But when Weldon checked out the CoinPoker tables for an article topic for GameIntel, he thought the place looked even busier than expected. He ran it by the Gameintel’s owner, Dan Stewart, who agreed something was amiss. read more

Station Casinos Pays Bad Beat Jackpot After Dispute…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

Station Casinos has decided to discontinue the bad beat jackpot promotions at its casinos a month after the Nevada Gaming Control Board ruled that the company had to pay out a disputed jackpot.

The controversy dates back to July 7th, when a $120,000 bad beat jackpot was hit at the Red Rock Casino, one of Station’s properties in the Las Vegas area. Len Schreter had the top end of a straight flush while Avi Shamir had the low end. This would normally spell disaster for Shamir, but they were in a bad beat jackpot game, which meant that Shamir won about $60,000 for having such an amazing hand lose and Schreter. The more than 80 players active at bad beat jackpot tables at Station’s other casinos also stood to share in the rest of the jackpot. read more

UKGC Publishes Advice on Gaming Machines and Social…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

On Monday, the United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC) published its formal advice to the government regarding its review of brick-and-mortar gaming machines and responsible gambling measures. The 97-page document focuses on how to best make sure customers, especially those vulnerable to the risks of gambling, have an enjoyable and safe experience.

One of the most significant portions of the report has to do with the Commission’s recommendations on fixed-odds betting terminals, or FOBTs. FOBTs are computerized gaming machines like slots that many of us have seen at casinos. Other games that can be played include simulated horse racing, bingo, and roulette. They are “fixed-odds” in that they are programmed to return a certain percentage of the total wagers over the long run. Obviously, players can have sessions where they don’t receive a single penny in payout, but over the long haul, the odds are supposed to hold true. read more

California Poker Pro Indicted for Defrauding Investors in…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

I am an alum of the University of Virginia. As such, I was quite excited to see how my school’s men’s basketball team would fare in the NCAA tournament after completing such a dominant regular season (even if one of our best players was injured). Prior to the tournament, I purchased tickets for the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games in Atlanta, fearing they could increase in price, as the top seeds in the region all had strong fan bases in the area. At $311 a pop after fees, they weren’t cheap, but I was excited. My team historically failed in the first round, but on the bright side, I was able to resell my tickets at a slight profit (and prices have plummeted since). Now, I wasn’t trying to profit – I really wanted to watch my team march toward a championship – but I am relieved that I wasn’t one of the people who tried to profit from ticket resales by giving professional poker player Seyed Reza Ali Fazeli money in the last couple years.

Last Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California announced that Fazeli has been indicted on wire fraud charges for bilking ticket “investors” out of $6.2 million. Fazeli operated a ticket selling business called Summit Entertainment and from May 2016 through May 2017, allegedly promised people that he would use their money to buy tickets to the 2017 Super Bowl and 2018 World Cup, tickets which he would flip for a profit, making investors money in the process. read more

Atlantic City Gambling Revenue Decreases for Second Straight…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

Atlantic City is in the midst of a renaissance of sorts, as its gambling economy is recovering from a horrific years-long collapse that saw five casinos close in the span of two years. But the revenue graph isn’t always pointing upward, illustrated by February’s numbers released last week by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), which saw total gaming revenue (or win) decrease 6.5 percent compared to the same month last year.

The seven Atlantic City casinos brought in $170.1 million in revenue in February 2018, and 8.9 percent decrease from the $186.6 million generated last February. It was actually the internet gambling revenue that made the overall loss a bit softer. Online gaming win was $22.0 million last month, a 17.5 percent jump from the $18.7 million in February 2017. read more

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board XO Offers Update on…

admin | March 26, 2018 | 0

Although they have had the go ahead since last fall’s passage of the state budget to begin, lawmakers and gaming officials in Pennsylvania to this point haven’t done much of anything regarding opening the state for online gaming and poker. That changed earlier this week as the head of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced a timeline for gaming to begin in the state.

Tasked with crafting the regulations and licensing procedures, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Executive Director Kevin O’Toole informed lawmakers on Tuesday that his organization was nearly ready for the licensing process to begin. In his report to lawmakers, O’Toole stated that the licensing process would begin on April 16. From that statement by O’Toole, the rest of the timeline regarding online gaming and poker in the Keystone State can be extrapolated. read more