The Hidden Talents of Poker Pro David Williams

Having faced many tough opponents on the felt over the years, will this be David Williams' toughest challenge yet?

Williams will be joining 40 other competitors as they battle it out to impress Gordon Ramsey & Christina Tosi in the hopes of becoming this years MasterChef. He will be competing for the $250,000 grand prize and a cookbook deal.

Although the season premier isn’t on until June 1 (airing on FOX, 8pm EST) we can keep ourselves occupied by drooling over Williams’ Instagram account.

You can keep up with the latest from Williams pre and post the show over on his twitter feed.

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“Worlds Collide” as Poker Pros Take On Esports Legends

Tune in on Tuesday 24 May from 2:00pm – 6:00pm PT on Poker Central’s Twitch Channel to watch poker pros (Team Poker Central) take on e-sports pros (Team Amazon Coins) in the new event: Worlds Collide.

Team Poker Central will be made up of Maria Ho, Doug Polk and Scott Ball and will play Team Amazon Coins; Victor “Vlps” Lopez, HSdogdog aka Liquid Dog and Esteban “AKAWonder” Serrano at Jackpot Poker, Hearthstone and Pac-Man 256.

For all the details on the players and tournament check out the Worlds Collide Facebook page.

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Celina Lin: “I Tend To Wear Lower Cut Tops The Deeper I Go In Tournaments”

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.

“I tend to wear lower cut tops the deeper I go in tournaments,” Lin stated and then proceeded to joke, “research shows that men cannot think as well under situations where blood may be going elsewhere.”

Joined by fellow poker pro Cat Hubert, who stated “I don’t think women are as good as male players, I think they are better than male players,” Lin agreed. Make sure you check out the reason why and the rest of the great talk to get a better idea of what makes these poker pros tick.

You can check it out here.

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Watch: The GPL Taps Pamsi for Latest Promo

Who is Pamsi you ask? Well, you are about to find out.

Based in Argentina, Pamsi hit our screens a few days ago in a whirlwind of excitement bringing a new and (well, depending on your tolerance for hysteria) interesting take on the Global Poker League.

We are guessing that Pamsi reads F5, because she obviously saw Liv Boeree trying to Twerk and decided to make her the subject of the #PamsiChallenge.

Check it out.

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Dan Bilzerian At Aria With $2 Million on the Table

**Note: It has since been discovered that in true Bilzerian fashion, it was all flash and no cash at the poker table as it seems the wannabe poker player posted a year old pic. Thanks to Reading Poker Tells and Aaron Todd for the tip.

Posting on Instagram from the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Dan Bilzerian has clearly not lost his propensity to brag as he apparently sits with at least $2 million dollars in chips on the table, with what looks to be a big blind of $1,200.

As always, his Instagram is filled with the latest from his “baller” lifestyle that has made him so famous.

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Andjelko Andrejevic hoists the World Poker Tour Cup in Amsterdam

Serbian poker pro Andjelko Andrejevic won his first ever World Poker Tour tile in Amsterdam this weekend after beating Tomas Fara to win over €200,000 in prize money and denying Anthony Zinno his 4th WPT Title.

Anthony Zinno who was playing for his fourth WPT title entered the final table with the third biggest stack. After holding the chip lead at one point during three-handed play against Fara and Andrejevic, he couldn’t hold on and was eliminated in 3rd place, earning €90,460.

The heads up play between Fara and Andrejevic apparently ended up lasting over three hours before Andrejevic could claim his win.

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30,000 Twitch Viewers See Jason Somerville at SCOOP Final Table

Team PokerStars Pro Jason Somerville broke the 30,000 viewer mark on his Twitch channel last week as he made the Final Table during his live stream of the $700 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Progressive Super Knockout (PSKO) tournament from the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP).

Somerville has now amassed over 12 million views and 180,000 followers on Twitch—and so you dont miss out on the action over the remaining days of the series, you can follow along here.

SCOOP runs until May 22 with a guaranteed prize pool of more than $40 million spread out over 165 tournaments.
It makes it the biggest offering in the online poker tournament series’ eight year history.

You can check out the replay below!

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