There were fifteen players who started the fifth day game of Monte-Carlo Casino EPT and PokerStars Grand Finale 2015 Event, yet before the night’s over was down to the last six players. A constant flow of bustouts for the duration of the day saw the normal measure of chips take off to around 80 major blinds, this situation sets the stage for an energizing finale.
The six left over players are all now ensured €233,500. Lebanese Hady El Asmar has earned 3,955,00, and he is at first position. While Muhyedine Fares could manage second place as he has gained 15,000 chips lesser than the Lebanese Hady El Asmar who is at first place. Group PokerStars Pro Johnny Lodden could score only to remain the game with 45 major blinds. So, is the story of the EPT10 Player of the Year Ole Schemion, his play is also similar with 71 major blinds.
As the game of the day started, Tom Hall could nothing for escaping short stack and he had to come to number 15th, for this positioning was not any surprise for anyone as people expected so from his game. After him, term of Anton Astapau come, he had already crippled in the last hand, and in the later part of the game too, he could not do good. (more…)
Jared Jaffee was born in United States. Jared is a Brooklyn, NY poker player. He started playing his poker tournaments in the year 2009. His starting was quite nice as he was playing average this year with a low prize token. This year he played three poker tournaments. After that, in the year 2010 he played more eleven poker tournaments. At the beginning of this year he was ranked 1st in Biloxi and was rewarded with a prize money of $49,904. In other events his ranking was low but his prize token was quite high.
After that, in the year 2011 Jared played more six poker tournaments. This year his ranking and rewarded prize token was also too low. This year was too average for him. After that in the year 2012 Jared played only three matches. This year he didn’t played much but his ranking was a bit high in two matches though the prize token was also not too bad. After that, in the year 2013 Jared played a series of fifteen poker tournaments. This year Jared played a lot of poker. This year he struggles a lot to maintain his position, ranking and prize money, which finally made him the winner in his last tournament of the year. In which he was ranked 1st and was rewarded with a prize token of $252,749. (more…)
As poker continues to advance, it has provided leeway for talented women to prominence and riches.
The US today hosts numerous poker participants who are top-ranked by the Global Poker Index weekly, there are many women who have featured in the list. Kristy Gazes has been a vivacious poker player in the US for a long time and is among the veteran gurus who are unforgettable. She has played in numerous games where her mettle has been clearly demonstrated and is based in California. Her resume presents exemplary achievements that distinguish her as an epitome and experienced poker professional in the US and yonder.
At the nascent stages of her poker career starting from 1986, she ventured into high-stakes cash games in her hometown Los Angeles. She has specialized in mixed games as well as Hi-Lo Split games like the HORSE. This saw her sail through to the final table of the World Series of Poker HORSE in 2001. His best career accomplishment was in 2005 when she placed 1st in the FullTiltPoker.com Championship, Las Vegas outlasting a final table that hosted big sharks like Ted Forrest and Daniel Negreanu. (more…)
The World Series of Poker is one of the global-based platforms where players cement their standing in the gambling industry while optimizing their grand prize sizes. Canadian Cory Carroll has final tabled twice at the World Poker Tour Championship and has also won the WSOP Circuit Championship Event. However, with the advent of poker tournaments online where opportunities are even greater, he has also ventured in these games. Along these lines, his resume encompasses notable achievements in games he has played.
Online, Carroll has final tabled twice at the Sunday Million $215 buy-in playing under the screen title “UGOTPZD” placing third to rake in $55,289.86 in the 2006 tournament. On that year, he plunged into the November 5th Sunday Million coming second in his heat to walk away with $119,091. Conversely, his resume is rich with winnings he has garnered in live events. In 2007, he played at the WSOP $10,000 NLHE Main Event Championship to place 91st in a pool of 6,358 entrants for $67,535. Carroll brought the final table down in the WSOP Caesars Palace, Las Vegas for a grand prize of $515,176. (more…)