Archive for: January 2015
January 31, 2015 - No Comments
Today is day 2 of the back to back High Roller weekend. Last night we saw Tom Marchese and Ben Lamb close out the tournament at around 1:30 in the morning after 41 total entries were to be had. After a long day of grinding, they decided to chop the remaining nearly $700,000 in prize money. We also saw several new faces ...
January 30, 2015 - No Comments
We are back at the Aria Resort and Casino for the first of two back-to-back High Roller Tournaments. Today and tomorrow Aria is hosting a $25k one day turbo tournament. For the first time in the High Roller history, there will not only be the prizepool that the players will be playing for, but also a trophy to the victor. Each player ...
January 24, 2015 - No Comments
Bluff Magazine goes completely digital. Gotham Cigars New Hollywood themed Casinos “Studio City” and “City of Dreams” opening in Manila and Macau. A short film called “The Audition” starring ...read more Read more here: Episode 41 – Check Raising Cepheus
January 17, 2015 - No Comments
This week we sit down with Tim Dressen to discuss the revitalization of Fremont Street and the Bar scene. GothamCigars.com Caesars Bankruptcy Chicago Steak Company Steak and ...read more Read more here: Episode 40 – Tim Dressen
January 12, 2015 - No Comments
This morning, WSOP and 888Poker announced that they would be sharing limited player liquidity in the State of New Jersey starting today. Throughout the announcement they spoke of the benefits of ...read more Read more here: What The Heck Is Shared Liquidity?
January 10, 2015 - No Comments
News: New Oklahoma proposed Bill bans Hoodies from being worn in public. Chicago Steaks “Steak and a Classic Movie” featured El Cid. Vegas.com Mirage and Planet Hollywood ...read more Read more here: Episode 39 – Outlaw Hoodie Bandits
January 5, 2015 - No Comments
This week in the state of Oklahoma, State Senator Don Barrington introduced a law to ban public wearing of Hoodies in the state, with a few special carve-outs for religious activities, among other things. While we are not going to get into the merits of such a law on the state level are concerned, this would impact poker within the state ...