Gavin Smith was taking part of the WPT LA Poker Classic Main Event at the Commerce Casino when this prop best came to exist. The Canadian poker pro won a crazy last longer prop bet with fellow poker pros
Tony Parker is an NBA champion who began his career in PAris and played with the French national team and then became part of the San Antonio Spurs in 2001. He is also recognized for being married to beautiful Eva Longoria and for winning the NBA Finals MVP award in 2007.
Recently, we heard that Parker was developing a more serious interest in poker. For the past couple of years he was seen at high-profile charity poker events with Longoria but now the NBA star has signed an endorsement deal with
On Sunday we got to see the first episode of the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event broadcast on ESPN. The action was intense as it involved a great hand between Ian Munns and Viktor Blom (who many think is Isildur1).
In the hand Viktor Blom starts out by raising to 3,000 with Kd 2d, Munn re-raised to
The Full Tilt Poker high stakes games are always extremely interesting to watch. Mainly because the world’s top pros compete there and bet mad money at every game. Last week the action got intense when Cole South had a super week at the high stakes table.
South probably scored his highest record for one day ever taking $1.1 million away from the other players. He took about $750,000 from recognized pro Ilari ‘Ziigmund’ Sahamies and another $350,000 from great poker player Patrik Antonius.
Cole South also managed to take the largest pot of the year so far off Ziigmund with a value of $634,777. The day prior to this, South had been playing Phil Ivey heads up at 300/600 PLO and took $152,000. Cole South is on fire!
Watch some videos of the above described titan matches clicking here.
Luke Schwartz is known for being a professional poker player but also a professional trash talker. This year he is takingÂ part in the Party Poker Premier League and he recently decided to comment on all of his opponents on the Party Poker blog.
The Party Poker blog then published his comments completely uncensored and here