The 2011 WSOP Main Event Will Be Won by a PokerStars Player
I have noticed an interesting, but odd trend at the WSOP
Main Event Final Table. Â Since 2003, 6 of the 8 Main
Event Champions were PokerStars players / patched by
PokerStars. Â While it is true that PokerStars sends more
Main Event players than any other site, you would think that
there would have been more than 1 Main Event Champ from Full
Tilt in the last 8 years. The only two Main Event winners since 2003 that were not
with PokerStars were Jerry Yang and Jamie Gold.
2011 WSOP Main Event,
eBay Removes Eskimo Clark's 1999 WSOP Bracelet After Auction Closes
As most of you know, Eskimo Clark's 1999 WSOP bracelet
recently sold for $4,050 on eBay. Those that follow my blog
and Twitter also know that I was one of the bidders on the
bracelet and stopped pursuing it after the bidding exceeded
$4,000. Granted, had I known that $4,100 would have won the item, I
may have bid again. In the end, it looks like it may have
been a good thing I didn't win it as eBay sent me a notice
today stating that the item was REMOVED from eBay.
Just When You Thought Sick Beats Only Happened Online
So, what's the worst bad beat you've ever taken in poker?
Did you get your full house beat by another full house?
Perhaps you got your full house cracked by quads?
Well, at the PartyPoker World Open this year, Andrew Robl
had his quads cracked by. wait for it.
Going for My First "WSOP Bracelet"
Peter Eastgate's 2008 WSOP
bracelet[http://www. pokerjunkie. com/peter-eastgate-sells-wsop-bracelet].
My November Nine Predictions Revisited
A couple of days prior to the Main Event, I made four
predictions regarding the November Nine final table. I
watched the event Saturday and Monday and even last night on
ESPN. It was a very entertaining final table leading up to
heads-up play. Heads-up, not so much.
2010 November Nine,