The Ukrainian poker Yevgeniy Timoshenko was not at the top of his game at the 2017 Aussie Millions Event.
He had to succumb to a defeat at the hands of Finnish poker Samuli Sipila, who does not have the kind of experience that Tymoshenko has. The Ukrainian had a huge advantage over Sipila in terms of game experience. But, this experience came to no avail as he was not able to get the better of the eventual winner at the side event. The event was the Pot Limit Omaha and this is getting popular among both poker players and fans alike. The buy-in for this event was a huge amount and it was $2,500. This was pretty high for any player.
The prize pool was AUD$283, 500 as there were 126 players who took part in the event. The event saw a lot of popular and known players taking part and the prize money were distributed among the top 15 players. Phil Laak took part in the event and finished in the 9th place and took home AUD$8, 505. Continue reading “Ukrainian poker Yevgeniy Timoshenko”
Those who are keen to play poker like professionals, there is a good news for them, ThePokerAcademy.com is launching the new courses on seven-card stud. It is the new course and academy had already announced about its launch.
This course has been designed by Twitch streamer and (WSOP) World Series of Poker winner of bracelet Jason Somerville associated with RunItUp.tv both.
This stud course is offered online and at discounted prices for the first few days exclusively for Card Players. However, if somebody missed the opportunity to avail the discount offer to get this course then not a problem. One can email to the poker academy and ask for the promo code to avail discount. The email ID on which one has to send the request is firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading “Seven-Card Stud Course By Poker Academy”
Those who are regular players at PokerStars will be interested to know the kind of rewards program changes that the company is announcing for the coming year.
Indeed, PokerStars rules the roost when it comes to online poker rooms and its rewards programs make all the difference.
The changes that would be introduced were announced about a week back and it has intimated its customers through email notifications to that effect. There was a post on the same topic that was published on the blog on the site in October. There are certain important changes that are worth noting. For instance, StarsCoin will be earned by all players including games like Full Tilt and poker games. One can also earn StarsCoin when they play casino action or indulge in sports wagering. There are other changes to note such as those who play high volumes or those who keep inactive accounts. Supernova is a status that would be achieved monthly and to achieve the same one would need to earn VPPs to the amount of 10,000. Continue reading “PokerStars Rewards Program Changes”
There was an announcement made this week about Eldorado Resorts acquiring the Isle of Capri Casinos in a deal which is $1.7 billion worth.
The merger is inclusive of long term debt of $929 million of Isle of Capri along with its subsidiaries as stated by the companies. After the transaction gets completed, Eldorado will reap benefits through high geographic and operational diversity as there will be inclusion of 13 casino resorts in its portfolio. This would be applicable for 20 properties in total in 10 states. Eldorado has already been operating several casinos between Nevada, Reno and West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The revenues would have been around $1.8 billion if the revenue from the companies is combined together in 12 months before July.
The purchase of Isle of Capri will certainly mean a transformation in terms of growth opportunity for Eldorado. It is indeed an important milestone towards the achievement of long term strategies for expansion of gaming platform as per the CEO of Eldorado. Gary Carano also said that the company has created best value for their shareholders in the last 2 years. The Eldorado Resorts will expand eventually from what it was. From 2 fully owned properties along with 50 percent interest in the 3rd property in 2 markets in 2014 to around 20 properties in 10 different states soon after the completion of the transaction. Continue reading “Merging Of Casinos In $1.7B”
A New Jersey legislative committee held a hearing later on Monday on the program for a November vote to decide whether to let 2 casinos in the state’s northern part. As per Associated Press, adversaries of the new casinos (might be made in Jersey City and East Rutherford) showed businesses that they would deal with another botch up to the casino gambling market of Atlantic City.
Atlantic City’s four casinos were shut down in the year 2014. But the revenues have stayed quite steady since for the present properties. The largest poker site of the world announced last week that it would be coming in the Garden State in this month that is quite great news for the seaside gambling city that has been dealing with bankruptcy. Online gambling sites of the Garden State have to be based in Atlantic City.
As per the new Associated Press report, a 2nd hearing on the whole voting plan is planned for next week in State Assembly. The bill requires at least 3 out of 5 lawmakers in every legislative torso to sanction it. Then voters would be questioned whether to let the alteration to the constitution of the state.
The probability of a statewide voting on the issue has already motivated Hard Rock International as well as the Meadowlands Racetrack to collaborate for a casino proposition. Deutsche Bank figured that the casino might generate US$ 500 million a year in gaming revenue, approximately 1/5th of all gaming revenue brought forth by the eight remaining casinos in the Atlantic City in a year. Continue reading “New Jersey close to casino vote”
The world’s biggest gambling center has a brand new leader for its regulative body.
Asia Gaming Brief’s report suggested that Assistant Public Prosecutor-General Paulo Martins Chan will run Macau’s Gambling Inspection and Coordination Bureau effective 1st Dec.
Manuel Joaquim das Neves, the current gambling regulator, who has been at the head of Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau for around 18 years and has seen Macau’s historic rise and also dealt with its accompanying challenges, last month said that he would retire. His term is over on 25th Nov.
Continue reading “Macau brings in top gambling regulator”