Golden Gates Casino: Regional Champ Bobby Sanoubane gets the lead on Day 1C

Mid-States Poker Tour Golden Gates Casinos starting flight drew in two-hundred-twenty-three entrants to Black Hawk in Colorado.

With Day 1A’s 126 as well as 1B’s 161, that contributed the total field up to five-hundred-ten entries  a brand new record for the stop  and produced a US$ 494700 prize pool that absolutely blotted out the US$ 200000 guarantee.
After sixteen levels of play, only forty players bagged chips with Bobby Sanoubane, Colorado guiding the way with 466000, ahead of both Day 1B chip leader Derek McMaster with 450000 and Day 1A’s leader Ross Reichert with 357500.
Back in week, Golden Gates Casino arranged a $360 buy-in US$ 100000 guaranteed MSPT Regional event that drew in 770 players. Sanoubane, who fired 4 bullets in Main Event, took down that event for US$ 33000 after a 6-way chop. If there is such a thing as home field vantage in poker, Sanoubane owns it this time.

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Lily Kiletto: A Professional Poker Player

Lily Kiletto is average women poker player. She plays various series of this poker. She is an average player of poker and she played very few events.

Lily is basically from United States. Lily is very beautiful. She is of 28 years of age. She has good fashion sense. Lily plays poker just for time pass or can say for enjoyment. She plays just as casually but she plays good player enough. Poker is not her passion but still she plays very nicely. She has won $480,087 career winning in her career and total 23 cashes. She doesn’t win any career title.

Lily plays on world poker series and world poker tour in her career. She has won total $11,889 casino and 2 cashes in World Series of poker. She has won total $347,502 casino, 4 cashes and 2final tables in world poker tour. She doesn’t play on European poker tour. Lily doesn’t win any bracelets even she don’t have any championship in his career. She doesn’t have any player of the year winning and even she doesn’t have any ranking till the date. Recently she has played on 25thJan 2015. Continue reading “Lily Kiletto: A Professional Poker Player”

Poker Tournament cancelled due to DDoS attack

A poker tournament worth $1 million on the WPN (Winning Poker Network) was cancelled. A scattered denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on its servers caused the cancellation. This made WPN the most recent poker website to be offended.

The attack on the servers caused various connectivity issues for the poker players which lead to the cancellation of the tournament by the company officials. It was major blow to WPN as it hoped to create the biggest poker tournament on a site in four years. It takes American players. WPN set to establish the event in view of the fact that the events of Black Friday made PokerStars, Absolute Poker and Full Tilt Poker out of the US market.

The WPN event was cancelled when it was still in its final registration period. All the players were reimbursed in compliance with network policy. The competition was scheduled on Sunday afternoon at 3 pm. The connectivity issue come into view just after that. The WPN tournament was suspended in minutes as the players complained of the server issues all through the event. Continue reading “Poker Tournament cancelled due to DDoS attack”

US Online Poker Regulation

Online poker rules and regulation got into a bit of problems in the mainstream media this week. There have been stories from Los Angeles Times as well as Reuters dealing with this subject. A long story from Reuters’ journalist Joseph Menn, addresses the race of U.S. staking organizations to collaborate with firms which have a setting in poker gaming online. Menn’s story also explains that several of these collaborations engage non-U.S. enterprises with a few frames in their closets.

The matter is now to describe the connection within MGM Resorts International along with online gaming massive Bwin.party. The piece also digs into the designed contract amongst Caesars Entertainment Corp. along with 888 Holdings as well as PokerStars’ supposed occupation of the presently closed poker online site Full Tilt Poker. The state of Nevada’s attempt to get the gaming of poker online regularized within the borders is touched.

The story also deals with the Zynga Poker which is the free-to-play online room on social networking site Facebook and looks at the possibleness of providing real-money poker. This week, Los Angeles Times brought out a story about online poker directive efforts in California. Although pains to pass legislation regarding the game of poker online have been ineffective in California in the of late, McGreevy’s story shows a picture of positivity. The story proceeds to address lobbying hard work in the state, for and against the restriction of online poker.

Some of the prominent stories also came out about the poker in media this workweek, both from the website of Card Player. The CEO of MGM Resorts Jim Murren stated that he is unwilling to consider that there will be centralized regulation on the game of online poker in the United States of America this year, as per the information by Card Player’s Julio Rodriguez.