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For the previous year, the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOP) in 2011-2012 has entertained seventeen stops across the whole United States of America. The PokerNews Reporting Team was everywhere Live except in one of the halts, and will also be available at Harrah’s New Orleans in this coming weekend. The last championship on the agenda before this year’s 1 dollar million National Championship is in the month of July.

In acknowledgement of the prosperous year, everyone asked members of the team to provide their view on their favored World Series of Poker Circuit’s stops. Donnie Peters who is the Global Live Reporting Manager says that everybody is aware that there is exactly no such better place for an event of poker event to be held than the hub of the world of poker, Las Vegas. Almost each year, the World Series of Poker Circuit halts in Sin City at Caesars Palace and it has never let anyone down. So even this year it was another fantastic year for the World Series of Poker Circuit events held in the charming city of Las Vegas and people loved to flock there.

The Caesars Palace stop in the city of Las Vegas is an excellent place purely because it is almost always the hub of events with the who’s who in the field of poker. With several players living in Las Vegas and not very often wandering to the other events, the halt in Las Vegas runs to be the only one they will play yearly. When one walks through the championship room, each and every table is full of 4, 5 even 6 known players. The field is undeniably one of the largest in the tour. It is also fabulous to see the individuals in the field and local Vegas grinders getting the scope to play with outstanding players. This makes the event great fun which is never ever short of excitement.

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Come April 8, and  Living it Loving and Redtooth Poker will be combining their vast league expertise and will create an enhanced and expanded Redtooth poker league which will cover vast stretches of the UK. In total there will be 1100 playing pubs with 130,000 registered players who are set to reap the benefits of the partnership. The plan aims for greater and more spectacular regional and national tournaments and the same time provide pubs with modern equipment and support.

The Redtooth Poker league is running for quite few years now and the partnership should help it to reach new heights. The league in its current form takes place in public houses up and down in the UK and runs for 13 weeks. Players are awarded points depending on their final finishing positions and the best performer from each pub represents the region in the national final.

The final event of the next year’s tournament is slated to take place in Las Vegas. Martin Green, director of Redtooth Poker said that the new partnership aims to deliver more tournaments and greater opportunity for clients. He further added that the current member will benefit from their vast industry experience and that they are looking forward to bring more poker action to pubs all over UK.

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Paul Wasicka is a pro poker player living in Las Vegas, known for the 2nd place taken at the main event during the WSOP 2006. He was born in 1981 in Texas. During the World Series in 2006, he finished 2nd and the winner that year was Jamie Gold. Wasicka won $6 million from his 2nd place that year.

He also won a poker championship organized by NBC in 2007, when he managed to defeat poker players like Chad Brown, Shannon Elizabeth, Nam Le, TJ Cloutier, Joe Hachem and Eli Elezra. His prize for that win was $0.5 million.

During the 2007 WPT No Limit Hold’em event, from the LA Poker Classic, he managed to reach the final table and he played against players which included Eric Hershler and JC Tran, finishing 4th and taking home $455,615. He managed to finish in the money at another three events of the WPT, winning in total $0.7 million from them.

Wasicka also took part in the Aussie Millions 2007, where he finished on the 12th place at the Main Event and taking home $95,434 as a result. The winner of that event was Gus Hansen.

Paul Wasicka had in 2009, total winnings during live tournaments of over $7.6 million. Thanks to the 5 finishes in the money from the World Series, $6.19 million come from this tournament.

While he doesn’t have any bracelets at the World Series so far, he does have 5 finishes in the money, one of them a major 2nd place during the main event in 2006. As for his WPT appearances, he managed to finish in the money 6 times and he took part in one final table.

His sponsors right now are WSOP Academy, Showdown Couture and Victory Poker. His full name is Paul James Wasicka.

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