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With Six Remaining In The WSOPE Main Event – Maria Ho Gains The Chip Lead Again

With six players remaining in the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, Maria Ho once again bagged the chip lead at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. During the middle portions of play on Thursday, Ho advanced her lead to almost 5,000,000 but as the evening went on and the shorter stacks started to shove, she fell back closer to the field.

Marti Roca De Torres gained the most ground and obtained only 620,000 less than Ho going for the final day. Roca De Torres is an 888poker online qualifier and he won his position in the tournament for a little over $200. He is already guaranteed a huge return on his investment — all six remaining players are guaranteed at least $174,365 — but he is surely in a good spot to make a run at the title entering the final day second in chips.
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Alex Bilokur

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.

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Dan Harrington-Poker to have won 2 WSOP

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.

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A Rising Superstar with a Global Bent

When poker enthusiasts plunge into the casino arena, most are enthralled with the idea of tremendous performance, championships and global-bracelets. However, a great number are either toppled out during the fledgling stages of the tournaments that force them to bounce back into oblivion. Midst the tough games, some players wittingly confound the insuperable poker ladder and maintain vibrancy to be among the ubiquitously famed players in the casino industry. Featuring on poker television shows, winning the World Poker Tour championships and the World Series of Poker bracelets distinguishes excellent players who are rated uniquely for their winnings on these poker tournaments. One such player who dovetails this peculiarity is Antonio Esfandiari.

In 2004, Esfandiari unleashed his vibrant and latent talent by winning the World Poker Tour championship. Subsequently, he won the World Series of Poker coveted bracelet a couple of months later in the Texas Hold ‘em pot limit tournament. The formidable winning continued constantly, sailing through to the final platform for the 2008 EPT event that took place in Monte Carlo where he finished in the eighth position, taking home $266,004.Nevertheless, 2009 heralded rather pessimistically as he could only manage a 24th place in the World Series of Poker major tournament. Thankfully, 2010 brought goodies for him as he won the (WPT) World Poker first prize alongside a colossal sum of $870,000. The enormous buy-in of $1,000,000 that he won on July 2012 during a live tournament for WSOPs enlivened his aptitude and promising poker career.

On the same year, he condescendingly beat 47 players to earn hitherto, the heftiest cash prize in history. As if this brilliance wasn’t enough, Esfandiari triumphed to win his tripartite bracelet during the 2010 €1,100 NLHE WSOP Main Event, tumbling Remi Bollengier for €126,207. In 2013, he was still flowering, finishing fourth during the World Series of Poker event where he again attained $1,433,438. 2014 has been sanguine as he has won whopping sums of cash. In poker parlance, this player is ingenious and plays with peculiar dexterity as he was ranked fourteenth by the Global Poker Index on June 2014.