MicroMillions 8: WCOOP Champion OhRaisyDaisy blossoms with win in Event #77

OhRaisyDaisy, who previously had won a WCOOP title in 2013, began the final table of MicroMillions Event #77 with a slim lead but the close proximity of the rabid chase pack was not a deterrent. The pressure barely fazed OhRaisyDaisy, who never looked back. The Russian smoked the...more

by Paul "DrPauly" McGuire on July 25, 2014 8:04 PM

Team Online's Naoya "nkeyno" Kihara on two deep runs in last week's Sunday M

Last Sunday I finished as runner-up in the Sunday Million tournament, which is the biggest online tournament of the week. Every week it has around 7,000 players, which is almost same number of entries as the WSOP main event. Of course, the buy-in is $215, so it is like a smaller ...more

by Naoya Kihara on July 25, 2014 8:47 AM

The second time around

I'm not sure any other win will ever top my experience in the 2009 Main Event, but taking down my second World Series of Poker bracelet this summer comes pretty close. I had a second-place finish in 2012 and two fourths last year, and it feels really good to notch another win. It...more

by Joe Cada on July 23, 2014 10:05 AM

APPT8 Manila: Thanh Ha Duong comes from behind to secure title!

A major turnaround has happened here in Manila today proving once again that it doesn't matter how big a deficit you face, there's always a chance that the cards will fall yours and not your opponent's way.Thanh Ha Duong came into this heads up battle with just 800,000 in chips c...more

by Chris Hall on July 7, 2014 9:04 AM

Typhoon Haiyan half a year on

Last November, Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines causing widespread devastation as 175mph winds tore the country apart. More than 16 million people were affected with some 4 million displaced and almost 6 million losing their livelihoods and ability to support their families....more

by Sue Hammett on June 27, 2014 2:07 AM

Psychology in poker: Perception and its influence on tilt

Like in every aspect in life, the human psyche plays a big in role in how we perceive things, and react toward them. This is especially true with poker, as it's a very mental activity. In this article I want to address the biggest problems we face when dealing with poker. Namely,...more

by Matthias Brandner on May 30, 2014 6:54 AM

Martins Adeniya wins pot-limit Omaha UKIPT Series 5 and £4,810.

Experts in the field of pot-limit Omaha will tell you it's a game that has far bigger swings than no limit Hold'em and it's a sentiment that Martins Adeniya will no doubt agree with this evening. The Full Tilt Poker Ambassador was dead last of the 29 remaining players when Day 2 ...more

by Nick Wright on May 25, 2014 1:17 PM

MicroMillions 8: Stvol911 supreme in Event #81 ($5.50 PL Omaha 6-Max)

Is there a poker format more entertaining than short-handed Pot Limit Omaha? The only way it could be any better was if there was a tournament with a tiny buy-in, big field and huge prize money up for grabs.Enter the MicroMillions!Event #81 of the MicroMillions 8 series brought t...more

by Heath "TassieDevil" Chick on July 26, 2014 6:48 AM

MicroMillions 8: ltcas89 keeps eye on the prize in Event #80 ($5.50 NLHE)

When you ask your heads-up opponent for a deal and they say to you that they want first place prize money or play, it's probably not a good sign of things to come. Such was the chip lead and the confidence of ltcas89 that the Brazilian was only interested in the top prize. In the...more

by Heath "TassieDevil" Chick on July 26, 2014 4:32 AM

MicroMillions 8: Topsy-turvy dobsy73 ends on top in Event #79 ($3.30 PL Cour

Courchevel is not a commonly-played poker variation but it's one that is picking up in popularity. And who doesn't like Courchevel? You get not two, not four, but five hole cards to use, and the first card of the flop is dealt face up before there is any preflop betting action! B...more

by Heath "TassieDevil" Chick on July 26, 2014 12:30 AM

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