Poker After Dark 4 Cash Game #1 ep.4

January 22nd, 2015 — 4:51pm

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Kenny Nguye, Legend of poker games

January 8th, 2015 — 9:47am

Kenny Nguyen one of the best poker players stays currently in Lynwood, United States who started playing poker game in very early age. Kenny Nguyen has played lot of largest tournaments and has won many cash prizes.

He has got 1st rank on May 8, 2011 in Event 9 – Main Event No Limit Hold’em Championship and has won the cash prize of $94,901. Event 19: Borgata Spring Poker Open Championship – Re-Entry ($1,000,000 Guaranteed) which was held on Apr 14, 2013 has got him the highest cash prize of $108,662; this event has also got this person a good position. Any guess what was that achievement? Yes! He has got 3rd rank in the game.

On May 10, 2011 Kenny Nguyen has won the championship of Chester in World Series of Poker Circuit, PA Main Event. He has also participated in Borgata poker open. He gained $986522 in Casino Winnings. A total of 81 cash prizes are recorded against his name. Recent tournament which was held on May 5, 2014 Event 4: No Limit Hold’em Mini Stimulus (9 CPC Main Event Seats Added) he has won 9th position with cash prize of $2,475.

It takes lot of guts to play a game which involves betting and win over the opponents. As told before Kenny Nguyen started playing in this field at a very early age, his achievements are still as fresh as his first game play. His first game play was on Dec 04, 92 in Limit Hold’em 1992 World Poker Finals. He has gained 4th rank and also won $1620 in the tournament. $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em 2014 World Series of Poker is the recent tournament played by Kenny Nguyen where he won $3,514 and has gained 100th position. Let’s wish Kenny Ngyugen good luck to achieve much more in his upcoming showdown.

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DSF Reportage: Die Poker-Profis 1/2 (German TV) – POKER

December 25th, 2014 — 10:54am

Allen Cunningham Online video Score: 4 / five

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John Bouzalas is a Trailblazing Poker Champion

December 4th, 2014 — 3:43am

When renowned global poker players are mentioned, it’s a rarity to hear a Greek, expect in their shrewd wits in the epoch of antiquity. However, in the advent of the poker industry, the Greeks have not buried their heads in the sand but have ventured into the tight competitions at the global scale.

John Yiannis Bouzalas is among the players from Greece who have outpaced opponents at the poker table to bring home a substantial jackpot. He rose into popularity when he played at the Greek Poker Tournament winning two times while he has also cast his net in the Greek Poker Championships clinching a first prize once. A scrutiny lens would not overlook some of his significant accomplishments.

During the fifth Greek Poker Tournament he placed first while in the Second Greek Poker Championship he notched a field of 789 entrants. However, in the first Greek Poker Championship he finished first. Yiannis played at the 2009 WSOP (World Series of Poker) Main Event in London where he pulled in stupendous $568,900 although he was ousted by Barry Shulman. In 2009, he featured the Card Player Magazine in Greece as the best player from there who has rubbed shoulders with internationally recognized players. Yiannis has not managed to plunge into the WPT, EPT or the WSOP, that up to him to decide as there are goodies.

Recently, he played at the Greek Poker Championship in the first season where he ranked third in 2014. As of 2014, his earnings had skyrocketed to $100,000 in live tournaments within Greece. Yiannis depicts the distinct player ready to horn his skills and venture into the global platforms to play poker at high stakes. With the winnings that he has managed at home, he is poised to play impeccably at the global scales.

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Full Tilt Poker – Million Dollar Cash Game s04e03 pt05

November 27th, 2014 — 4:41am

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Poker After Dark Season 4 Episode 02 Cash Game #1 Pt01

October 29th, 2014 — 11:17pm

Allen Cunningham Online video Ranking: 5 / 5

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Alex Bilokur

October 17th, 2014 — 11:13am

Alex Bilokur was born in Russia. Alex Bilokuris professional poker player. Currently Alex Bilokur is ranked as 12th place in the Global poker Index. His total of winning cash prizes is $3,398,893. Alex Bilokur reached to 2nd place in Russian Poker Series in 2010 and earned a cash prize of $15,900 in that event. Alex Bilokur earned 3rd place in the Caribbean Adventure tournament and won a cash prize of $12,500. Alex Bilokur earned a 36th place in EPT €5,000 Hold’em event and got a cash prize of $29,150 in that event. Alex Bilokur reached to 2nd place in EPT 8 Max Bounty tournament and earned a cash prize of $38,738. Alex Bilokur won High Roller online poker tournament in 2012 and earned a cash prize of $1,134,930 in that event. He finished in 10th place of 8 Max High Roller tournaments and won a cash prize of $96,643. Alex Bilokur reached to 2nd place in the EPT High Roller event in 2012 and earned a cash prize of $363,007 in that event. Alex Bilokur won €2000 8 handed Turbo events in 2012 and earned a cash prize of $94,372.

He earned 11th place in €25,000 Hold’em event of 2013 and won a cash prize of $101,491 in that event. Alex Bilokur cashed 12 times in various poker tournaments of 2012. Alex Bilokur won Turbo six Max tournament in 2013 and earned a cash prize of $202,720 in that event. Alex Bilokur earned a 74th place in the EPT Main event of 2013 and won a cash prize of $22,800 in that event. He earned 126th place in the WSOP World Championship tournament and got a cash prize of $50,752. He finished in 4th place of EPT Barcelona Hold’em event and earned a cash prize of $67,754 in that event. Alex Bilokur won Caribbean Adventure Hold’em event in 2014 and earned a cash prize of $202,720 in that event. He reached to 3rd place in the Single Re-entry event of 2014 and earned a cash prize of $165,173 in that event.

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Full Tilt Poker Million Dollar Cash Game s04e04 Pt07

October 1st, 2014 — 4:47pm

Allen Cunningham Video Score: 5 / 5

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Dan Harrington-Poker to have won 2 WSOP

September 10th, 2014 — 1:11pm

Do you think you can pass your moments of time a day completely held up with works alone? Is that possible to a normal individual? How possible it is? There can be number of choices to play any pick from a gaming option, yet the perfect pick is what you need to make it for your move to go rightly. Such a game can be the option of picking Poker as this game is a stunning option to be played only by a professional who is sound in the handling of the game. Do you get that? Poker is what a professional can play successfully for sure.

The professional poker in the game poker is Dan Harrington, he is well known for his win in 1995 WSOP championship.  He won the WPT title and Harrington earned in tournament cashes around 6 million dollars.  In the year 1986, he first cashed at WSOP.  In the following year, he made the last table he cashed for the second time at Main Event.  He is well known as the crafty and aggressive player, he uses to start hand standards, which are stricter than other professionals are.

Action Dan:

In 1995, Harrington won the bracelet at a main event.  He also won Seven-card stud event in the Poker Open at London, kind of European event.  In the year 2005, Harrington made his last table in WPT and Dan won Legends of Poker in 2007.  His way of playing makes him to take part in many final tables in large events.  Harrington has made main event last tables for three times finished sixth, third and fourth.  He was born in the year 1945 in Cambridge at Massachusetts.  Action Dan is the nickname of him and he chose the name.

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Full Tilt Poker – Million Dollar Cash Game s04e04 pt05

September 3rd, 2014 — 10:56am

Allen Cunningham Online video Ranking: 5 / 5

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