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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Last Chance fto Win Your Seat to the $5 Million Venom

 Americas Cardroom's $5 Million Venom Poker Tournament kicks off July 14th. Buy your seat for $2650 or qualify for much less through a $0 step tournament, satellites, super satellites starting at $4.50 or the free Spin to Get In feature.

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Monday, July 1, 2019

$5 Million Poker Tourney this Month on ACR!

$5 Million Poker Tourney this Month on ACR!
The big time is here. The $5 Million Venom is happening this month with $1 million guaranteed for first place. It’s the biggest tourney for US players and Americas Cardroom’s biggest-ever tournament. You in? Join Americas Cardroom for the Venom Poker Tournament - Win your seat via satellite tourney click here

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Acr's $5 Million Venom $1 Million for First place

With a $1,000,000 first place prize, playing in America's Cardroom's $5 Million Venom tournament has the potential to change your life. Don't miss this multi-day tournament, which kicks off July 16th

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Big Tourney Schedule on Americas Cardroom

Americas Cardroom is home of big buy-in tournaments. The site has amazing tournaments every day and night of the week. Plus, theypre also hosting the record-breaking $5 Million Venom tournament starting on July14th. Be there check out Americas Cardroom click here


Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Sam Soverel Wins The Cage Live at the Taormina Hotel

Poker pro Sam Soverel won the Cage Live at the Taormina Hotel in Costa Rica. The weather was nice and the winnings only sweeten the pot for this poker pro. The Cage Live is a variation of poker where players enter "the cage" and stop at a designated time. At the end of the tournament, the player with the most chips wins whatever chips they have at the time. It's different than waiting for the phases of cashes in a regular tournament and more like a cash game except time is limited. Americas Cardroom will have several more of the Cage Live games at the Taormina Hotel this year. The tournament is sponsored by Americas Cardroom

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Thursday, August 2, 2018

Justin Bonomo High Stakes Poker Player Bio and Strategy

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Sunday, July 1, 2018

Mike Takayama Wins $1000 No Limit Holdem Super Turbo Bounty Event at the 2018 WSOP

Whittling from a field of 2065, Mike Takayama has won the $1000 No Limit Holdem Super Turbo event at the 2018 WSOP. He becomes the first Phillipines native to win a gold bracelet. He also takes home $198,568.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings           
1     Mike Takayama     $198,568    
2     Lorenc Puka     $122,627    
3     Matthew Smith     $88,938    
4     Steve Jelinek     $65,145    
5     Spencer Baker     $48,196    
6     Kavish Shabbir     $36,019    
7     Elizabeth Montizanti     $27,193    
8     Jack Duong     $20,743    
9     Oliver Rusing     $15,988

Ryan Tosoc Wins 2018 WSOP $1,000 Online No Limit Holdem Event
The largest online WSOP bracelet event, the $1000 Online No Limit Holdem event, was won by Ryan Tosoc. The event had 1635 players. He won top prize of a gold bracelet and$238,778. Tosoc has previously won the WPT Five Diamond Classic for nearly $2 million dollars. For this summer's WSOP, he has two additional cashes under his belt.
The online event itself took 16 hours to complete. It came down to Tosoc and Anthony Maio. They were about even stack wise, when Maio went all-in with ace, nine of clubs. Tosoc called with ace jack unsuited. Tosoc won with ace pair and jack kicker.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)           
1     Ryan Tosoc     $238,778    
2     Anthony Maio     $175,206    
3     Joel Feldman     $124,570    
4     James Robinson     $89,777    
5     Justin Lapka     $65,391    
6     Markus Gonsalves     $48,306    
7     Russell Powers     $36,190    
8     Aurelian Guiglini     $27,377    
9     Aditya Sushant     $20,968    

Calvin Anderson Wins 2018 WSOP $10,000 Razz Championship
The $10,000 Razz Event at the 2018 WSOP was won by Calvin Anderson. The event had 119 players. Anderson gets a gold bracelet and $309,220 for his efforts. This brings the 30 year old poker pros earnings to  over $2 million dollars in live tourney earnings. This is his second gold bracelet.
In poker pros quest for respect, a Razz tournament such as this one is a sought after event. This event was no different attracting pros like John Hennigan, Mike Leah, and three time bracelet winner Frank Kassela among others.
Kassela knocked out Julien Martini to third place, setting the stage for heads up with Anderson. Anderson was on a roll leading 3:1 going into the final day. He kept his momentum with Kassela down to  just two blinds for a chip stack. He was knocked out taking home $191,111.
The final result were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)           
1     Calvin Anderson     $309,220    
2     Frank Kassela     $191,111    
3     Julien Martini     $134,587    
4     Mike Leah     $96,744    
5     Jerry Wong     $71,014    
6     Alex Balandin     $53,253    
7     John Hennigan     $40,817    
8     Dzmitry Urbanovich     $31,992    

Jessica Dawley Wins 2018 WSOP $1000 Ladies No Limit Holdem Championship
Poker pro Jessica Dawley has won the 2018 WSOP $1000 Ladies No Limit Holdem event. For the win, she gets $130,230 and her first gold bracelet. Her total poker earnings from live events are $733,413.
She knocked out Danielle Anderson with a king high straight and became chip leader. Though Jill Pike entered the day chip leader, she wasn't able to maintain her dominance. She succumbed to Anderson with unsuited king and four against Dawley's eight and five of hearts. The board gave Anderson a five pair for the win.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)   
1     Jessica Dawley     $130,230
2     Jill Pike     $80,444
3     Lisa Fong     $55,812
4     Mesha James     $39,334
5     Jacqueline Burkhart     $28,167
6     Tara Cain     $20,499
7     Weiyi Mo     $15,167
8     Molly Mossey     $11,411
9     Tara Snow     $8,732

Tommy Nguyen Wins $1,500 Monster Stack No Limit Holdem at the 2018 WSOP
From over 6,200 players, down to one winner, Tommy Nguyen has won the 2018 WSOP $1500 Monsterstack. In doing so, he takes home a gold bracelet and $1,037,451. This is the largest cash for the 28 year old Canadian. He only recently went pro after winning the Partypoker live for over $150,000.
The final day of the event, Nguyen was in 22nd place chip-wise with 29 players left. He, nonetheless, came back from a chip deficit and placed sixth at the final table when he lost an all-in bet sending him to the last place again. He came back with a double up and then knocked out Shyam Srinivasan for some nice chips.
The heads up came against James Carroll. By the final hand Nguyen held a 6:1 chip advantage. The final hand had Carroll going all-in but losing against Nguyen's ace-king combo.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)           
1     Tommy Nguyen     $1,037,451    
2     James Carroll     $640,916    
3     Frank Rusnak     $475,212    
4     Chris Chong     $354,903    
5     Daniel Corbett     $266,987    
6     Michael Benko     $202,327    
7     Shyam Srinivasan     $154,463    
8     Harald Sammer     $118,802    
9     Rittie Chuaprasert     $92,061

High Stakes Pro Scott Seiver Wins $10,000 No Limit Holdem at the 2018 WSOP
Scott Seiver has won the $10,000 No Limit Holdem event at the 2018 WSOP. There were 114 players who put up $10,000 for the event. The event tends to draw the big names in the poker world. Other notable poker players here included Nick Schulman, Maria Ho, and John Hennigan among others.
For Seiver the win gets him his second bracelet and $296,222 in cash.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings           
1     Scott Seiver     $296,222    
2     Matthew Szymaszek     $183,081    
3     Anthony Zinno     $129,186    
4     Christopher Chung     $93,009    
5     Matt Glantz     $68,352    
6     Philip Cordano     $51,296    
7     Daniel Zack     $39,329    
8     Michael Moore     $30,821    
9     Ken Deng     $24,700

Ryan Leng Wins 2018 WSOP $1,500 No Limit Holdem Bounty Event
Sustaining a chip lead going into the final day, Ryal Leng has won the 2018 WSOP $1500 No Limit Holdem Bount event. Bounty event give bonuses for knocking out players in this tournament it was $500.
For the win, Leng gets a bracelet and $272,765. As noted Leng's lead only increased on the fourth and final day. He took out player after player ending in heads up against Ranno Soofia. Soofia went all-in with a nine pair but lost against Leng's straight.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)           
1     Ryan Leng     $272,504    
2     Ranno Sootla     $168,329    
3     Jay Farber     $121,329    
4     Christian Nolte     $89,079    
5     Javier Gomez     $65,851    
6     Russell Rosenblum     $49,146    
7     John Gulino     $37,063    
8     Mark Mazza     $28,247    
9     Mikhail Semin     $21,759

2018 WSOP $1500 Pot Limit Omaha Won by Joey Couden
Winning his first ever gold bracelet, Joey Couden took down the 2018 WSOP $1500 Pot Limit Omaha event. His grand prize includes $244,370 in cash. The event had 935 players. Though basically an unknown player, Couden has cashed multiple times in the summer's WSOP.
The top winners for the event were:
Place        Player        Earnings           
1     Joey Couden     $244,370    
2     Bruno Fitoussi     $150,990    
3     Eli Elezra     $106,193    
4     Mike Matusow     $75,708    
5     Christopher Conrad     $54,738    
6     Kim Kallman     $40,141    
7     Dustin Pattinson     $29,862    
8     Greg Jamison     $22,541    
9     Daniel Negreanu     $17,268

Diogo Veiga Wins 2018 WSOP $3,000 Big Blind Ante No Limit Holdem Event
Portugese poker pro, Diogo Veiga has won the 2018 WSOP $3000 Big Blind Ante No Limit Holdem event. He is the third player from Portugal to ever win a bracelet. For his win he gets a whopping $522,715. 
The big blind ante format is just entering the WSOP for the first time this year.  In a big blind ante event, players put up the ante for the entire table. In theory it speeds up the game. Its detractors say for low chip stack periods, putting up the ante for the entire table could wipe a player out. Most players agree, though, it speeds up the game.
On the final day, poker pro Barry Hutter seemed to have everything under control knocking out player after player. Hutter and Viega went heads up with Viega taking the lead by 3:1. Hutter moved all-in with ace ten, but the board proved victorious for Viega who won with a king pair.
The final results were:
Place        Player        Earnings (USD)           
1     Diogo Veiga     $522,715    
2     Barry Hutter     $323,019    
3     Radoslav Stoyanov     $228,241    
4     Jonathan Abdellatif     $163,404    
5     Tom McCormick     $118,552    
6     David Yan     $87,179    
7     Anna Antimony     $64,991    
8     Cathal Shine     $49,126    
9     Todd Ivens     $37,660

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Daniel Negreanu Top Poker Player Bio

Daniel Negreanu Top Poker Player Bio: Daniel Negreanu is the most successful of all poker players in live tournaments of all time, presently. He has others nipping at his heels like Dan Colman and Fedor Holz but for now he is tops. He’s earned over $33,000,000 in live poker tournaments. He’s been named the WSOP player of the year twice. This …

Monday, December 25, 2017

Types of Poker Tournaments

Types of Poker Tournaments: If you’re new to poker or have only played certain types of tournaments, you might not know all the types of poker tournaments available. This article will define and describe the most popular types of poker tournaments.Buy-insMost poker tournaments feature a buy-in. A buy-in is the cost of a place at one of the table.… Continue reading →

Sunday, November 19, 2017

The History of Texas Holdem Poker

By D. R. Tupniak

Texas Holdem is a variation of 7 card stud that became popular in the United States in the 1990s but had been played a decade earlier. Poker has always been popular in the United States and Texas Holdem is a poker game. It is believed that the concept of poker started in the Middle Ages although the concept of the game of chance with numbers can date back to the ancient Chinese. The game was introduced in the United States in the French quarter of New Orleans as "poque" hence the name "poker."

When playing Texas Holdem poker, you get two cards dealt face down. These are called your pocket cards. Five other cards are dealt face down in the center of the table. The betting commences as each of the first three cards on the table are flipped over. These are called the flop cards.

Poker is always a hand of five cards, although you can be dealt five or seven cards in the game. Even though you have seven cards, you can only use five to make up your poker hand. In the game of Texas Holdem, you have to use your two pocket cards plus any of the five cards on the table, which everyone else can use as well. Each player has the same hand with the exception of their pocket cards.

There are two different types of poker. Stud poker is when the cards that are dealt is all that is dealt from the deck. Draw poker is when you can take additional cards from the dealer when you relinquish other cards from your hand. With draw poker, you stand a better chance of getting a higher hand than with stud poker. Texas Holdem is a stud poker game.

The fourth card turned up is the turn and the fifth is the river. A conservative poker player will go out after the flop if he or she does not have a good hand. A good hand in Texas Holdem or any other poker game is a pair of Jacks or better. However, many players will stay in the game even if they do not have a good hand if they feel that they can bluff their way through. If you are playing in a tournament for real money, you might be tempted to go out if you are unsure of your hand. A good winning hand in Texas Holdem poker is three of a kind or better.

Poker has been played throughout the ages in one form or another. Texas Holdem is just a variation of this timeless game can easily be dated back to the 13th century. There are thousands of variations of poker that are played throughout the world. Once you understand the concept of the poker game, it is very easy to pick up each different game.

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The Nuances of Becoming a Winning Limit Hold 'em Player

By Michael Vall

While we all dream of becoming a master Texas Hold 'em Poker player, the stark reality is that most players never progress to become an effective and consistent player. Those that do develop into consistent winners typically do so because they are able to understand and grasp the nuances of Texas Hold 'em Poker.

There are many considerations for the novice to understand when setting out to play limit Texas Hold em Poker.

While many of us have watched Texas Hold 'em Poker on TV and have seen players bluffed out of pots we understand that this effective strategy in no-limit Texas Hold 'em rarely works in limit because you are limited to a maximum bet. This makes bluffing and picking-up small pots more difficult in limit Texas Hold 'em Poker.

While I do favor an aggressive style of play in limit Texas Hold 'em Poker it does need to be controlled. What this means is that when you do play a pot, you play it strongly.

Another factor to consider in limit Hold 'em is that you can have as many as five or six players going for the pot. This is a result of the fact that bets are fixed so it can be harder to trim down the number of players vying for the pot.

Going up against several players for a pot means that the ability to read an opponents hand is one of the most important tools a limit player needs to develop. Most of the times you are going to have to show down a hand, and being able to read what hands you are going up against will help you make better decisions. Because most of the times you will have to show down a hand you will typically want to stick to playing big hands.

Oftentimes the deciding factor in whether you are successful in limit Texas Hold 'em Poker is patience and self-discipline while playing.

Being patient and waiting for playable hands, especially when you are a beginner is very difficult. It can be boring sitting on the sidelines watching others play out their hands.

You can't let past hands ruin your judgment. Being patient will pay dividends in the long run. Resist the temptation to play bad hands, throw them away. We've all folded away poor hands only to see a great flop that comes down that would have given us a full house or straight. Never let that tempt you into playing poor hole cards.

When you are on the sidelines you should be paying attention to what others are doing. This is where you will begin to develop the ability to read your opponents hands. As mentioned previously, this is one of the most important tools that you can develop.

The time you spend watching others and learning how they play hands will be very useful when you do play a hand against them and are now armed with information on how they played in similar situation.

If you've been playing close attention to your opponent you'll know how many hands he plays, is he aggressive or does he tend to call most of the time. Is he a good player? Does he play the same hands the same way all the time?

By carefully observing your opponents you will be able to pick up 'Tells' - physical mannerisms which may give up information about their hand. When playing online, while you won't be able to pick up the physical tells, you will be able to pick up whether an opponent tends to slow play a certain type of hand or just jump right in with a bet.

You're more likely to profit from this type of information if you're playing with relatively inexperienced players. Tell's great if you find one.

Also keep in mind that your opponents will be observing you for clues on your style of play. That is why it is a good idea to mix-up your play by treating the same situation in different ways. You can avoid being too predictable by changing the way you play your hands.

By avoiding predictability you will keep your opponents off balance.

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