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 Noori Fail In Bet To Eat McDonald’s Of Worth $1,000
Jeffrey Lisandro has made news when he won a bracelet at the World Series of Poker for the sixth time in Australia, way back in 2014. Since then he has become a celebrity face in many poker events.
Indeed, the feat that he accomplished was a rare one and put him on the list of pros that have been able to win the famed bracelet across three continents.
If you look at the competition that had been held in the Asia Pacific region, Jeffrey has topped amongst 123 players and won the pot limit Omaha event. It was his sixth gold bracelet. He joined the list of players like Daniel Negreanu for the amount of prize money he earned as well as for having won gold bracelets across three continents. The event had spanned three days and the final table had six hands. Continue reading Jeffrey In Hall Of Fame Debate
Marvin Rettenmaier is a very fast and a very sharp poker player.
He has won many achievements in the game and he is also very much passionate towards the game. Whenever he is playing any of the games he plays it with full concentration and passion towards the game. He is a very enthusiastic player. He is also very active while he is playing the game. He always comes with the winning spirit in the game. Whether he wins or loses him also encourages the player and he is very calm while playing. He has a great passion towards the game and he also wants to be one of the best players in the poker history. He has a very antic and a very unique nickname because of his playing skills he is popularly known as “Madmarvin
“. Continue reading Marvin Rettenmaier
The final of The EPT Grand € 25,000 high roller associated with the 2015 PokerStars as well as Monte-Carlo reached its conclusion on the Friday Night declaring the Charlie Carrel, a 21 year poker player, the winner of the tournament.
This is a single re-entry tournament that succeeded in getting total 215 entries. On the very first day, it got 159 unique entries, and then on the third day it got three; so it got total 162 total unique entries. Moreover, it also got total 53 re-entries: 42 on very first day and 11 entries on second day. Thus, due to these entries, the prize pool of € 5,267,500 was created, and the lucky 21 years old player, Charlie Carrel got the chance to grab the first worth € 1.114 million.
The event was very lucky for this player who topped the tournament because it is his career’s first tournament that offers as huge amount as €25 K, so it is a biggest achievement for him. However, it is not the only achievement that he has grabbed so for. Before it in November, he topped the tournament named Grosvenor UK Poker Tour Grand Final grabbing 212 entries and won the £ 108,625. And it has not been 2 months, when he also successful saved fifth position in the tournament named EPT Malta, a €10,000 High Roller, and he could win € 183,800. Continue reading Charlie Carrel: The Winner Of The Final Of EPT11 Grand
Global Poker Index each week releases a list of poker players from 300 top tournaments played across the world and rank them according to their performance. The Index uses a formula where it takes six half year period results of the player in to account. The GPI also rank top performers using a point system used by USA Today Global Poker Index point system and takes two six months periods to calculate that.
Dzmitry Urbanovich topped the leaderboard last week after a sudden jump to the top of the 2015 Global Poker Index Player of the Year battle, and this was owed to his success in the European circu it where he won three side events in European Poker Tour Malta series and he accounted for two more final tables.
Before the end of the series Urbanovich is likely to claim a fourth EPT tournament which is a record, while winning €220 buy-in Crazy Pineapple Turbo event with added some more POY points to his tally. Results derived from Malta also threw up surprises in the POY race, which saw Connor Drinan making it to the second spot that he achieved by winning four cashes, a runner up finish at the €25,500 High Roller and also the €10,300 High Roller cash. Continue reading Dzmitry Urbanovich on top of Global Poker Index, Stephen Chadwick jumps to 12th spot from 45