An all new poker related show would be hitting the screens of poker enthusiasts everywhere very soon. The show named Inside Poker with Matt Savage is all set to premiere on 7th March, on Poker Central, announced the network announced in a press release.
Poker Central, the only 24/7 poker network in the world, was introduced in previous October and is now available on a series of streaming sets. Coverage of Super High Roller Series as well as well known archived programs such as Poker After Dark anchored the network quite early, but viewers were foretold the original content as well.
Inside Poker would offer on that promise as well-known event director Matt Savage arranges in-depth interviews with well known figures in the poker community and invites cameras inside the ropes as he travels to different poker tournaments. The premiere show, which airs on 7th March, at 9:30 EST, would feature Mike Matusow, the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Greg Merson, as well as World Series of Poker Executive Director Ty Stewart.
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With the evolution of poker in the last decades, there are highly imperative events where professional players can invest their skills and utilize their hidden talent. It is unanimously agreed that poker though governed by luck requires skills as essential element of success. Lee Salem is exactly mirrored in this assertion with his numerous significant cashes in WSOP and WPT events while he is a renowned cash game participant. His struggles in the poker arena to cement his name and shovel in earnings have seen him leave the casinos pockets full. Though eclipsed His resume is an admirable piece that deserves reviewing.
He first placed 5th in the 1998 WSOP Main Event in a final table that hosted the likes of Scotty Nguyen and T.J. Cloutier. He garnered $190,000 for his efforts; it is the biggest event cash hitherto. Salem’s first WSOP cash in 1995 was a Limit Hold’em tournament but has seven cashes in the event. Earlier in 2000, he cashed to place 40th and later the following year for a 361st position. On the World Poker Tour, he has three cashes while final tabling once. He final tabled at the Grand Prix de Paris in 2003 in the WPT Season II. He placed 6th in the event where David Benyamine carried the day. Read more “Lee Salem poker resume demonstrates the profitability of poker for wannabes”
Poker continues to offer lucrative avenues to talented players to garner earnings and also mint accolades.
With the increased popularity of the World Series of Poker, players who are willing to climb higher on their career ladder can utilize local tournaments not only to enlarge their bankrolls but also as leeway to high-profile tournaments. The chances are limited but may come across your career path at any moment.
Dennis N. Phillips first qualified to enter the 2008 WSOP Main Event via a $200 Satellite event Harrah Casino. On getting the opportunity, he played leaving nothing to chances as chip leader at the final table but placed 3rd in his heat. Nevertheless, this did not halt his career but strengthened him to venture into other notable tournaments where he has performed incredibly well.
The most endearing accomplishment he has made throughout his career is his third position at the WSOP in 2008, at the final table he merely missed winning as he did not have cards essential for winning the hand but took home a stupendous $4,517,773. Read more “Dennis N. Phillips resume is an impeccable piece to confound critics”
In the month of November, internet gaming revenue in New Jersey was $8.7 million, as per state gaming regulators. Revenue collected from online poker was $1,877,603 – a small number since the Garden State launched Online gambling with real-money in November 2013. In October revenue collected from online poker was $1,967,904, part of overall internet gaming revenue that amounted to $9.48 million.
There has been a rise in the percentage of internet gaming accounts that have been created by 5.7 per cent. In November 2014, the number of accounts created was 506,172 as against October 2014 which was 479,073.
Ultimate Gaming withdrew from the Online gaming market in addition to ending its agreement with Trump Taj Mahal Associates after they filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Trump Taj Mahal shutdown its operations of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino. Three other Casino properties shut its operations in 2014 in New Jersey. Ultimate Gaming however continues to offer online Poker in Nevada. Read more “Fall in I-Poker revenue”