Jarod Ludemann made a great run at the WSOP Nat’l Championship, eventually busting just short of the ESPN televised final table. Ludemann – who qualified for the $1 Million Guarantee Freeroll by earning enough Circuit points – eventually busted 13th for $20,663.
Yesterday 126 players—a combination of 62 at-large bids, 38 Circuit Main Event winners and Casino Champions and 26 WSOP POY buy-ins—took to the felt at Harrah’s New Orleans to compete for the first ever WSOP bracelet to be awarded on American soil outside of Las Vegas. This is a $1 Million Guarantee event!
April 22 Update: Everett Carlton of St. Paul earned his 2nd cash of the series in Event #6 – $365 NLHE 6-handed – Carlton placed 13th for $684. Maurice Burks, also of St. Paul, busted right before Carlton in 14th for $684. This field had 184 entrants.
PokerNews.com – Pamela Maldonado – Dec. 29, 2012 The World Series of Beer Pong kicks off in Las Vegas on New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, 2013, and it will run through Jan. 5. With a $50,000 grand prize, it will be interesting to see the talent that competes in such an event.
Now that MSPT Season 3 is over, ending with a huge success at Canterbury Park, I have two months to get back to playing a bunch of tournaments. Since there isn’t much happening locally, that means I’ll be back on the road or possibly on some airplanes. I use my own site, tourneytracks.com, to find […]
Scott Long – www.anteupmagazine.com – Poker Road Trip: Upper Midwest The Upper Midwest is an outdoorsman’s paradise. But after a peaceful day on the lake catching walleyes and bass, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the abundance of great poker you’ll find in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa.
By: Dan – Published on Mar 19th, 2012 – www.pocketfives.com As the poker world waits on pins and needles for this week’s expected finalization of the acquisition of Full Tilt Poker by Groupe Bernard Tapie, we thought we’d lighten the mood and write an article about an upcoming episode of the hit FOX television series […]
Where were you on Black Friday? The day the United States Government ended the poker Boom?
North Dakota will be hosting a rare poker tournament today at Muddy Rivers Bar & Grill in Grand Forks.
HILLSBORO, N.D. – A 49-year-old Hillsboro man faces an aggravated assault charge after an argument about his seventh-place finish in a poker tournament turned violent.