Embattled poker player 토토사이트 committed suicide earlier this week at just 26 years old, as reported by PokerOwnge.com. Brandi’s personal life was apart of much public scrutiny, and it never seemed like the young poker prospect would ever be able to rebound from her own media-spun scandal. For more, visit the following link.
PokerOwnage.com Reports ePassporte Shutting Down To U.S. Online Poker Players?!
ePassporte will be reportedly shutting it’s doors to U.S. Online Poker players according to a recent 2+2 thread that appeared today. An unconfirmed source has made mention that as of 1:00 PM PDT, ePassporte will no longer be available to U.S. citizens.
Erik Seidel, one of the most feared tournament poker players in the world – and owner of a handful of WSOP bracelets, can FINALLY add a World Poker Tour title to his impressive resume.
Seidel entered the television final table with a decent chip lead ($3.2m in chips) over heavy favorite and high stakes pro Ted Forrest (who had $2.3m in chips himself), and was hoping to use his stack to push around his other competitors. However, it would be Forrest who would actually be the first to get knocked out, with his pocket Jacks falling to amateur Robert Richardson’s pocket Aces!
Going out soon after that would be Adam Katz and Frank Cieri, who would earn $151k and $200k, respectively, for their hard work. After those eliminations, the WPT would entertain the longest 3-handed battle in the tour’s history.
Famed online poker player -Sheets- took down the 2008 WSOP Circuit Event at Caesars Atlantic City this past weekend.
-Sheets-, who’s real name is Eric Haber, battled out 277 other people en route to the victory and $431k. The $5k buyin tournament generated over a million dollars in the prize pool, and of course a stellar field as well.
He battled out Dan Hicks heads-up and eventually won the big prize, as well as a WSOP Circuit gold ring, and an entry into the 2008 WSOP Main Event.
The former e-wallet, once the best option for online poker players and their deposit needs, just posted huge losses for the fiscal year in 2007.Â How much to be exact?
Well, try $185.7 million.
Yikes!Â The payment processor’s executives blamed the large decline primarily on their withdrawal from the U.S. market.Â However, they also spent nearly $40 million on restructure efforts that included moving their base operations from Canada to the Isle of Man.
In January 2007, Neteller seized millions of dollars of United States’ citizens’ cash after the national government investigated the company and their involvement with helping poker players fund their accounts on their favorite poker sites.Â It is unclear whether Neteller will rebound from such huge losses….