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We Don't Need No Stinkin Commissioner

19 November 2009 , By: compncards
seth palansky
The 2010 World Series of Poker was posted briefly online earlier in the day and then taken down. If you go over to 2+2 forums, you can take a look at what was posted. Odds are that the schedule is nowhere near accurate, but it gives you a good idea of what to expect. In an equally as interesting article in the Las Vegas Sun, Seth Palansky, the talking head of the WSOP, gave some insight into next year’s WSOP.
Categories: Jack Effel, Jeffrey Pollack, Jimmy Sommerfeld, WSOP, WSOP Commissioner

Old Schoolers Take on USPC

4 November 2009 , By: compncards
Allen Green 217x300
Day 2 of the USPC kicked off Tuesday and the event of the day was a 7 Card Stud event. Looking around at the players, I recognized a couple of old schoolers, and found a friend of mine in “Detroit” Allen Green. Al is a great limit poker player and has numerous final tables in limit events, especially stud. Today’s event drew 68 players, so the players were in for a long day at the table.
Categories: Allen Green, Detroit Allen Green, United States Poker Championships, USPC

United States Poker Championships Underway

3 November 2009 , By: compncards
tajmahal casino 300x300
The United States Poker Championships kicked off today with a NL Holdem event. It drew 164 players, which is a decent sized field compared to last year, but still a relatively small field. The cash games were fairly hopping but the waits were a bit much. 16 tables in the room were tied up with the tournaments and others blocked off for satellites and as a result, new games started at somewhat of a slow rate.
Categories: Atlantic City, Trump Taj Mahal, United States Poker Championships, USPC
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