David “Viffer” Peat took to the Poker Life Podcast to talk with Joey Ingram about all things “Viffer” including rounding up some of the best Viffer Stories out there.
He talks about his HGG (Hooker Girl Grind) and a time he may have been given a blow job by a man, why he thinks all girls in Vegas are hookers, waking up with a neck tattoo that prompted a stint in rehab, his time on 2 Months, 2 Million and winning and losing millions of dollars playing poker. And that’s not even the half of it.
The tweet from Mizzi (who has more than $11.2 million in live poker tournament winnings and over $3.6 million in online tournament winnings) comes after admitting on the Poker Life Podcast that he has been banned from PokerStars again. “I can’t play on [PokerStars] for a couple years,” Mizzi stated.
According to PokerStrategy, he appears to be mostly playing $200/$400 and $300/$600 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo and Triple Draw games. The diligent posters on 2+2 are posting some of his biggest hands if you want to follow along.
Let’s not mention the fact he is still $1.39 million down, lifetime, on that account… maybe he’s about to bring it all back.
Having won his second WSOP bracelet of the Series over the weekend, Jason Mercier is already headed into Day 2 of Event #32: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship as he hunts down his third gold bracelet of the series.
PokerStars is backing the Poker Players Alliance (PPA) social media campaign to #Fight4Poker as the group doubles its efforts to raise awareness of the importance of legalizing online poker in the United States.
Speaking about ex Full Tilt Poker exec, Chris “Jesus” Ferguson entering the $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Championship in this year’s World Series of Poker and at the time only commenting to press that he was just there to play poker, it is clear that Daniel Negreanu is pissed.
Setting foot in The Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for the first time since Black Friday in 2011, ex Full Tilt Poker exec, Chris “Jesus” Ferguson entered the $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Championship in this year’s World Series of Poker.
Last year it was revealed that Daniel Negreanu was starring in Kid Poker—a documentary that chronicles Negreanu’s life story from his early days in card rooms and pool halls of Toronto to the present day as a six-time WSOP bracelet winner and poker’s highest money winner.
Last week, everyone’s favorite poker legend Phil Hellmuth (who can forget the fact that this man has won 14 WSOP bracelets) announced on Twitter that he was $109K down in his neighborhood poker game; a personal record.
Team PokerStars Pro and team manager of the Global Poker League’s Hong Kong Stars, Celina Lin, was a guest on the popular BBC podcast The Conversation where she revealed that she uses her sex appeal to gain an advantage at the poker table.
Back in January, it was announced that Oscar winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (of The Social Network & The West Wing fame) will be making his directorial debut by bringing the memoirs of poker hostess Molly Bloom to life.
If you missed the face off between Eugene Katchalov of the LA Sunset and San Francisco Rush Team Manager Faraz Jaka this week, in what was Week 3 of the Global Poker League – you can catch up on all the action here.