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Thursday, 14 September 2017 15:16

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Wednesday, 14 June 2017 18:01

Usain Bolt joins PokerStars as brand ambassador

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Usain Bolt Pokerstars

Usain Bolt - the fastest man on the planet - has joined PokerStars as a sponsored ambassadors, joining an elite list that includes soccer legends Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, and Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, and tennis champions Rafa Nadal, and Boris Becker. Commenting on its latest signing, VP of Corporate Communications Eric Hollreiser stated:

“Usain Bolt is a fierce competitor who pushes his game to the limits. But he’s also one of the most-liked athletes in the world. His strong global following and winning personality will help us to introduce poker in a fun, social and fast way.”

The Jamaican sprinter is currently on his farewell tour, with just stops in Czech Republic, Monaco and London remaining.

Commenting on his latest move, Bolt said:

“PokerStars is a winner and I’m happy to join Kevin (Hart) in helping to bring poker and PokerStars to the masses. It’s a challenging game that’s fun, social and competitive so I’m pleased to be able to introduce it to my fans and to people around the world.”

Bolt’s has 4.71 million followers on Twitter, and a further 19.355 million likes on Facebook. This will help him promote the brand to his fans across the globe. Bolt, who will no longer be active on the athletics from later this year, is likely to spend most of his time pursuing his recreational interests.

2017 WSOP

Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson turned up at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas in 2016 for the first time since the Full Tilt Poker scandal broke in 2011. At this year’s WSOP, the duo took part in Event #10: $1,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold’em, along with Andy Bloch. Like last year, several players did not take kindly to the fact that the two turned up.

Top pro Valentin Vornicu tweeted:

“Chris Jesus Ferguson at my table. Currently Andy Bloch playing for his team – gonna secure a quick bust for all poker players @WSOP #tagteam”.

Another poster going by the name ‘pushallin’ commenting; “How insulting. Pkr community doesn’t want you guys.”

Lederer, Ferguson and Bloch bowed out from the event after being ousted by John Hulett and Deepinder Singh in an A-Q versus A-K situation.

David Worden tweeted:

“#wsop10 says farewell to the team of old full time scammers of Bloch, Lederer, and Ferguson #seemsfitting.”

Despite that, Lederer and Ferguson picked up $898 for their 81st place finish. Post that, Ferguson cashed in Event #11: $1,500 Dealers Choice – 6 Handed, after finishing in 44th place for $2,335. 

Amaya Gaming

Amaya Gaming has processed its final payment on the delayed purchase price commitment for its purchase of Rational Group.

In August 2014, Amaya bought out Rational Group for a fee of $4.9bn (€4.4bn), in a deal, which included Rational-owned brands PokerStars and Full Tilt.

As part of the deal, Amaya has now paid the outstanding amount of $47.5m, as well as roughly $870,000 in associated fees.

Amaya made use of its cash flow from operations for the final payment.

The final payment comes after Amaya dished out $200m of the deferred purchase price in November 2016, as well as $75m in February 2017 and and more $75m in April 2017.

Mike Cordell

Arkansas native Mike Cordell claimed his third career WSOPC ring at the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) Horseshoe Baltimore $1,675 Main Event beating 449 for a first place prize of $148,171.

The latest win helped take his career earnings to $780,814 and move from 6th to 4th on the Arkansas ‘All Time Money List’.

Speaking about his win, Cordell said:

“I won the tournament, so it feels good. I know I don’t show it, but I’m ecstatic.”

Some of the notable names that walked home with a return on their investment included Dennis Phillips in 42nd ($3,044), Alex Ziskin in 37th ($3,044), Ryan Jones in 36th ($3,354), and Andrew Brokos in 22nd ($5,570).

Nine players made it to the final table with Cordell in pole position. After a series of eliminations, Cordell and Alex Queen remained to fight it out in the heads-up battle.

Queen (A-A) went all-in with his 30bbs preflop, but Cordell subsequently hit a king-high straight to wrap up his impressive victory.

Final Table Results:

1: Mike Cordell $148,171

2: Alex Queen $91,562

3: Jeremy Stein $66,905

4: Robert Garrett $49,667

5: Vanessa Truong $37,460

6: Joshua Vizcarra $28,671

7: Maurice Hawkins $22,266

8: Richard Smith $17,538

9: Ryan Tamanini $14,009

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 09:11

Sam Taylor wins the 2017 Borgata Spring Poker Open

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Sam Taylor

Sam Taylor emerged victorious at the 2017 Borgata Spring Poker Open, beating 670 players paying, to claim the tournament’s $390,103 first place prize. The $2,500 entry fee tournament offered a prize pool worth $1,675,000.

Thanks to his latest win, Taylor’s career earnings are now $1,180,146.

The Borgata Spring Poker Open was a huge success and some of the notable players that Taylor von Kriegenbergh in 36th ($7,961), Mukul Pahuja in 25th ($8,936), Chance Kornuth in 22nd ($8,936), and Will Failla in 13th ($15,435).

Nine players made it to the final table and after a series of eliminations, Sam Tyalor and Simon Lam remained to battle it out for the title.

Taylor held at a 3-1 chip lead over Simon Lam into heads-up play.  After a two-hour battle, Lam went all-in on a 2-4-2-4-7 board, only to be called by Taylor (A-9) with just ace high to win the title.

Final Table Results:

1st: Sam Taylor $390,103

2nd: Simon Lam $219,341

3rd: Joe McKeehen $138,104

4th: Wade Meachem $112,108

5th: Eric Fields $89,361

6th: Ricky Guan $73,926

7th: John Racener $59,303

8th: Kane Kalas $44,681

9th: Erick But $30,870

Gvc Holdings

MGM Resorts International has sealed a deal with GVC Holdings to launch online casino and poker games in New Jersey through the new playMGM brand.

Set to go live later this year, playMGM will provide more than 300 games on desktop and mobile for customers in the US state.

This will include progressive jackpot slots and multiple variants of tournament and cash play poker.

Not just that, playMGM customers will have access to the MGM’s M life Rewards program that will be part of the GVC platform.

Shay Segev, chief operating officer of GVC, said: “We are delighted to extend our relationship with MGM Resorts and to be launching casino and poker under the playMGM brand in New Jersey.

“MGM Resorts is quite simply one of the biggest and best names in the business, and we look forward to working with them for many years to come.”

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