The 20 Most Influential People in Poker - #15 - Phil Hellmuth
Coming in at #15 on the list of the "20 Most Influential
People in Poker" is the man most synonymous with the World
Series of Poker. He is also the one poker player that
everyone loves to hate. Yes, #15 on the list is none other than Phil Hellmuth. [assets/Uploads/Blog/Hellmuth-15.
World Series of Poker,
WSOP Main Event
Prahlad Friedman Beatdown Video = Epic Win
As most of you know, Prahlad Friedman (aka #AssClown to
@AsianSpa) recently signed with UB amid a flurry of
controversy. Â Now, someone has taken to the Youtube
airways with their own Prahlad Friedman "beatdown video"
entitled "Black and Yellow. "
All I am going to say is that this is an EPIC WIN of a
What Do You Do When You're Bored With Poker?
So what the hell do you do when you find poker boring? Most
of you are probably thinking "I never find poker boring. " If
that is you, then great. Personally, I have had that problem
quite a bit and lately it seems to have gotten worse. In the past, I have taken mini-breaks from the game after
Poker is Boring,
20 Most Influential People in Poker - #16 - Annie Duke
After a bit of a hiatus, I am resuming my series of the Top
20 Most Influential People in Poker. So far the list has
broken down as follows:
20 Most Influential People in Poker,
Pro Poker Leauge
Redhead of the Month - Carolina Redhead
From the current of home of 2004 WSOP Main Event Champion
Greg Raymer comes our current Redhead of the Month. Â
Personally, I am a Virginia Tech or Notre Dame fan in
football, but if you keep sending me more girls like this
from North Carolina, I may just learn to become a Tarheel. As always, you are welcome to send any submissions for
Redhead of the Month to compncards@gmail. com or you can
submit them on the PokerJunkie fan page on Facebook.
Redhead of the Month
Producers Screw Up Season Seven of High Stakes Poker
The announcement was made today that Gabe Kaplan is out as
the host of High Stakes Poker and in his place, we get
comedian Norm McDonald. Â In addition, this season if High
Stakes Poker will be in 3-D. Â Also, no Full Tilt Pro's
will appear on the show. First, I hate the McDonald move.
High Stakes Poker
Anthony Carleo - Dumbass of the Year
On December 14th, a robbery occurred at the Bellagio in Las
Vegas that resulted in approximately $1. 5 million in chips
being stolen from the casino. Most of these chips were in
$25,000 denominations. The culprit was caught on Wednesday
when 29-year-old Anthony Carleo was arrested and charged.
Bellagio Robber Caught,
Hendon Mob Steals My Fire by Changing All-Time Money Lists
On Saturday, I wrote a blog on the five reasons that the
Poker All-Time Money List is
outdated[http://www. pokerjunkie. com/poker-blog/las-vegas/five-reasons-the-all-time-money-list-is-outdated]. Â I was going to follow-up with a blog that would spell
out some changes.
All-Time Money List,
Poker Money List
Greg Raymer Out as PokerStars Pro
It appears that the latest player to cut online poker
sponsorship ties is 2004 WSOP Main Event winner Greg
"Fossilman" Raymer. While an official announcement has not
been made as of yet, Raymer no longer appears on the site as
a sponsored pro. Rumor has it that PokerStars officials were playing hardball
at the recent PokerStars Caribbean Adventure and told
sponsored pros that they had to take a cut in pay or no
longer be sponsored. Â It appears that Raymer has taken
2004 WSOP Main Event,
Five Reasons the All-Time Money List is Outdated
Recently, Daniel Negreanu overtook Phil Ivey for the top
spot on the all-time money list for poker. Erik Seidel also
moved up to 3rd all-timeÂ off the strength of three
performances this month in high roller events. The most
recent being a $2. 5 million score from a Super High Roller's
Event at the PCA with a $250,000 buy-in.
All time Poker Money List,