Full Tilt Poker is gearing itself up for the 19th FTOPS Series which is due to start tomorrow.
The action will continue until 20th February and, for the first time, will include a handful of Rush Poker Tournaments. Also included for the first time are Multi-Entry events will will allow players to register for one particular tournament a number of different times.
At a little after midnight on Sunday, David Gorr was declared the winner of the 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia.
It was a sweet victory for the veteran player who defeated the tourney’s other 720 entrants and a solid final table to take home the first prize of AUD $2,000,000.
Thursday night saw the popular Full Tilt poker Pro Erik Seidel take home the largest buy in tournament in poker history when he won the Aussie Millions Super High Roller event at the Crown Casino in Melbourne Australia.
Seidel, a new Hall of Famer, took the first prize of AUD $2.5 after overcoming a field of 20 top players.
The official schedule for the 2011 World Series of Poker was today released on www.WSOP.com and contains a few changes from last year’s event.
The event will begin on May 31st 2011 and will include 58 events in all, with the prized Main Event getting underway on July 7th.
Tony G is one of the world’s most known poker players. Famed for his loud mouth, the fact that he’s won over $4m from live tournaments is often overlooked.
However, he’s undoubtedly a skilled opponent and a test for any player and this weekend, Party Poker are giving you the chance to put your skills up against his in a bounty tournament they’re calling the Sunday Bike Ride.
After two tournaments a day for the last three weeks, the main event at the Uk’s largest poker festival begins tomorrow at the Fox Poker Club in Picadilly, London.
The Main Event will last four days and is part of the London Calling tournament which has attracted some top talent including WSOP bracelet winner Scott Shelley, who will be looking to add to his already impressive trophy haul.
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