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A day after Bryan Piccioli became the first ever winner of an event at the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) Asia-Pacific tournament series, Jim 'Mr_BigQueso' Collopy has bagged the festival's second bracelet.
I had quite a tough opening table at the recent GPS in Birmingham, which is unusual so early in the tournament. There were a couple of decent players to my right and also Paul McTaggart (who beat me heads up in last year’s Edinburgh GPS) and another decent player to my left.
I’ve noticed an increased tendency recently among players on forums and in tournaments towards the bubble. They seem to be taking ICM too literally. They seem to be forgetting that the “M” in ICM stands for “model”. Your true equity in bubble situations is not exactly as ICM predicts. I’d like to recap the known shortcomings of the model, and consider some rules of thumb to help with decision mak
An impressive combined field for the first ever WSOP Accumulator event saw respective Day 1A and Day 1B chip leaders Dan Kelly and Antoine Saout add to their stacks to become the overall leaders at the start of Day 2.
PokerStars is celebrating the second anniversary of its hugely popular Sunday Storm tomorrow event by offering a massive guaranteed prize pool of $1 million with the winner turning their $11 buy-in into a cool $100,000.
Most of the Day 1A players returned for Day 1B of the AUD $1,100 Accumulator and November Niner Antoine Saout emerged the big leader at the end of the day, with PokerStrategy.com coach Melanie Weisner one of the big stacks too.
iPoker has recently updated its software and now boasts a selection of anonymous No Limit Hold’em tables.
Much anticipation surrounded yesterday’s opening event of the inaugural WSOP APAC and after months of waiting it seems it didn’t disappoint.