Live PokerStars Tournament Coming To US

From the looks of it, the first PokerStars tournament in the US in a long time will run from October 29 to November 6 and will happen at The Resorts Casino, New Jersey—but it looks like PokerStars is keeping the rest of the details close to its chest for now.

Interestingly, the World Series of Poker Main Event final table will run October 30 through November 1.

We will keep you posted when more details are released!

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Daniel Negreanu Hosts The New Full Contact Poker Podcast

Not one to be left on the sidelines Daniel Negreanu has made his foray into the world of podcasts as he takes to hosting his very own show: the Full Contact Poker Podcast.

On his first episode Negreanu talks with poker super agent Brian Balsbaugh as they discuss how he got his start in the poker world and how player deals have changed over the years.

The new podcast coincides with the relaunch of Daniel’s site

Recently, Dan O’Brien and Cate Hall launched a new podcast. They started the Fighting Chance podcast this year, ahead of the WSOP.

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CrownUpGuy Lands At King’s Casino In Style

There’s two days left of the Celebrity Cash Kings event where businessmen play along international high stakes cash game players to win big.

Fedor Holz has arrived in true baller style and joins the likes of Igor Kurganov, 2016 WSOP November Niner Vojtech Ruzicka, Sam Trickett and Daniel “Jungleman” Cates at the tables.

Lithuania’s European Parliament representative and all round bad boy Antanas 'Tony G’ Guoga is also playing.

Anyone wishing to head to Barcelona for the European Poker Tour (EPT) after the event will be taken via private jet.


Catch the last of the action on Twitch here.

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Daniel Negreanu Wins $50k Playing Poker But Loses Way More In Prop Bets

Last week Daniel Negreanu admitted on his blog to winning $50K over in the Bellagio, but loosing an eye watering $436K in prop bets over the course of the evening.

A crazy amount by anyone’s standards.

Negreanu had headed to the Bellagio to play some mixed games with some old school poker veterans, such as Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey, Patrik Antonius, Doyle Brunson and David Oppenhiem. They then spiced up the action by adding some prop bets to the mix.

You can read all about how their prop worked on Daniel’s blog.

But it looks like Negreanu may have pulled some of it back!

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