I know this is a little late on news but I still think it is worth mentioning that there were two remarkable wins at the World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE). The first one was by professional poker player Phil Laak and the other one was by another poker pro, Gus Hansen.
I am personally a big fan of poker and there is nothing more exciting than watching some of the titans of poker battle their way through the big tournaments around the world. If you are a big poker fan then you will be glad that the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) will be available on your computers.
The schedule for the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) has now been released and two new bracelet events were added to the set of events. This event expects to attract the top pros of poker and we will definitely see some great action going on.
The WSOPE will run from September 14th to 28th at the
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
Doyle Brunson is currently in London playing the WSOPE. He has made it to the top 25 and is trying to get a seat at the final table. With 93,000 chips Â he is in a good position to get it. During his break, Doyle decided to write a blog entry about his opinion of Phil Hellmuth and the WSOPE.
Doyle wrote, “Iâ€™ve always liked Phil Helmuth and have defended his tantrums because that is Phil being Phil, but these grand entrances he makes are
WSOPE officially launched this morning with a press conference that will see the poker brat Phil Hellmuth face off against European poker star Dave â€˜Devilfishâ€™ Ulliott. The press conference will also be attended by WSOP Commissioner Jeffrey Pollack and Betfairâ€™s chief executive David Yu.
Poker Play starts at The Empire casino for a two-day, Â£5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament starting September 8.