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Shehadeh Wins 888Live Barcelona 2017 Main Event

The 888Live 2017 Poker Festival Barcelona flagship tournament not only reached at its final stage, but also eclipsed the guarantee; the event generated 609 entries and the prize pool of €584,640 in the main event of €1,100.


After 22 levels of play and two days, only 25 players remained and come to the tables at Barcelona Casino.

Luigi Shehadeh the poker pro from Italy with his spectacular performance won the tournament. He is just 23-year-old and known as online MTT specialist. He made the trip to Barcelona with his brother Fares. After defeating many, Shehadeh made his way to the final table that had a nine-handed with nearly one third of the chips in play. One by one he defeated all local recreational players and encountered with Carlos Garcia Rodriguez.

On the last day Cate Hall was leading the finalists and the he also made his way to the final table, but he finished in 4th place.

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Cunningham In WSOP 2016 An Average

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2016 continued in Las Vegas for $565 Colossus II drawing with the third and fourth of six starting fights.


In the live poker tournament the inaugural Colossus made a record. It drew 22,374 entrants. And to draw even more entries, the organizers did a little tweak in the format and structure of the game this year. This includes adding two more days of starting days. However, it seems that Colossus will not remove its predecessors until they draw more than 10,000 players in combined.

12,271 Colossus II

Of the six starting flight third day Colossus II drew entries of 3,770 in total. This is the biggest flight so far.

After then the game started and out of all the players at the 18th level of the game only 139 players survived. Those who build the contending stacks were Marvin Rettenmaier and Scott Davies On the other hand, Allen Cunningham, Ylon Schwartz and Walter Trecarichi appeared to bag under average. Read more »

Andrew Shatilov: A player of talent

Andrew Shatilov is a Russian poker player.


He is a male poker player. He is very popular because of his playing skills. He is very sharp and intelligent poker player. Each game he plays is played with full passion and enthusiasm. He had playing poker as a hobby when he was a youngster. He never thought that this hobby would become his passion and will be his major source of earning income. He has won many achievements and has also earned his name in the poker history.

This player is basically from Russia. He had the hobby of playing poker when he was in the school. He then got a little more interested in playing poker and he started playing the small games and small city level tournaments. He had won the small tournaments and due to his winnings in these tournaments he had that positive spirit helped him to join poker as a profession and as a main source of earning. He has in all 7,532 unique views. He is popular in the game and has successfully achieved good goals in his all tournaments played till the date. Read more »

2016 World Series Of Poker

For the poker fans the 2016 World Series of Poker Circuit is coming up and it is worth waiting for.


The event will start from 27th October. The event, known in short as WSOP, will be held at Rozvadov which is the King’s casino. This venue has hosted the event before. There would be fourteen ring events and cash will be won non-stop at this event.

Most fans have been busy watching the Big One for One Drop Extravaganza. As the final event got concluded this weekend there is a setup being readied for the next event in Europe. It promises to be another big event in poker in Europe this year. Of course, most people love the iconic poker event that is held at Monte Carlo every year in Monaco. The event will be held at Rozvadov in Czech Republic from October 27th. It becomes a hot spot in the world for poker fans when the World Series of Poker Circuit is planned. This place has the largest room for card games and hence, having the event here makes sense.
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