Noori Fail In Bet To Eat McDonald’s Of Worth $1,000

If you were asked to eat fast food of about $1,000, would you be able to do so?


We know the obvious answer, ‘No’. The same was the case with Mike Noori as well, when he bet with a friend to eat fast food of approximately $1,000, almost everybody thought it was impossible, but it was Noori who was determined to do so. Let’s see what happened then.

Mike Noori the poker pro on the weekend started an attempt to eat McDonald’s of worth $1,000 worth (that does not include drinks). The time to eat all stuff was 36 hours. This idea came to prop from the nominee of Poker Hall of Fame Matt Savage.

Nearly 10 hours of the bet would have passed, and Noori had only consumed fast food of $90. This was the update that came on twitter. Finally the bet concluded at the mark of $100, according to the information received from the tweet. Some of the commentators present at the spot, called the effort of Noori as “pathetic,” but if talk about Noori, and then he was apparently struggling on just the 10 percent of the way through the bet.Continue Reading

Vanessa Selbst, the Wicked Chops player with high level of consistency

Who said men are sharper in playing cards? We have women poker players who could give the men players a run for their money in the poker world.

If you are poker enthusiasts then you would surely have heard of Vanessa Selbst, a professional poker player and also the all-time highest earner in the female circuit.
She was also in the race for Card Player of the Year and that takes a lot of consistency in a sustained period of one year in the circuit. However it is a small period of time for evaluating a player’s achievement and Vanessa was termed as the most consistent player in the past half decade.
She has a career winning of $10.5 million and is a team member of Team Pokerstars Pro where her username is spelt “V.Selbst.” if you are a New Yorker then she is your neighbor living in Brooklyn, and she has logged an impressive playing time of 10 years where she started with PLO cash games and live NLHE. She made the brake in to live tournaments in 2007, and then there was no turning back, except for a break of two years when she attended law school.
She owns three WSOP bracelets and the only woman in the circuit to have achieved the distinction in open events. Year 2010 was her best year, where she won $750, 000 and the top spot   at the North American Poker Tour, held at Mohegan Sun. she also won $200,000 when she ended fourth in the EPT London High Roller Event.

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Abraham Mosseri is among the eclipsed but yet tough poker players in the US

Poker is growing at an alarming rate both online and live events, the industry is estimated to be worth billions of dollars at the global level. Perhaps this prompted the US government to make the law stricter for poker games with the events of the Black Friday that saw widespread crackdown of major casinos. Despite this, American professional poker players continue trailblazing in excellence in the casinos.

Undoubtedly, you cannot peruse the poker heroes’ books without coming across a name of an American-based player who has won venerable titles and grand prize money. One of the US poker contestants who have left an illustrious resume with significant winnings is Abraham Mosseri.

Mosseri has clinched the World Series of Poker bracelet in the $2,500 Triple Draw Lowball tournament alongside $165,521 in 2007. Along the same lines, he has final tabled twice at the WSOP, remarkable is the $10,000 World Championship Seven-Card Stud High-Low Split-Eight or Better tournament where he placed 7th. In the following year, he emerged 8th in the WSOP $10,000 Omaha High-Low Split-8 or Better Championships. Continue Reading