What better way is there to get the best tactics, poker strategies and tips than by studying the poker stars. In the world of poker, big names have come out as the ultimate reigning poker players. Many new poker players, new and veterans as well, are always on the look out for poker news. The simple for this is simple: poker news is great sources of lessons, historical poker moves, and of course, inspiration! And we are talking about inspiration for the big money. Since all poker players have in some way or the other thought about the winning the money at stake, then learning how to get it is essential. Many of the great poker players of today have learned from experienced poker players worldwide. Yes, some of them have started in the online poker rooms, moving through the real poker competitions. Now, let us all take a look at the latest poker news from the exciting competitions to updates to the simply interesting.
Competition: Partouche Poker Tour Cannes Main Event
The third day of the Partouche Poker Tour Cannes Main Event started off with eliminations during the first hour and the final table of eight was finally set. Gus Hansen got eliminated and joined the day 3 bustouts Scotty Nguyen, Robert and Michael Mizrachi and Noah Schwartz . Arnaud Corvisier picked up $15,693 for his 48th-place finish and those who followed in the payouts were Romain Constantini, Stephane Fanego and Scotty Nguyen. Arnaud Mattern finished with $15,693 POKER88.
Finally, Day 3 of the Tour ended after 15 long hours of play and the final eight chips were distributed with Stephane Bazin – 2,387,000 , Alain Roy – 2,225,000 , Philippe Narboni – 1,456,000, Brice Cournut – 1,102,000, Jean Philippe Rohr – 750,000, Claudio Rinaldi – 749,000, Anthonin Teisseire – 541,000, and Michel Abecassis – 375,000.
This big stakes poker game will definitely be on many poker players’ top poker news watch list to see who will be crowned the first Partouche Poker Tour Grand Champion.
Hanging on to the latest swing politics in USA, duplicatepoker.com recently held a survey among 1,639 American poker players to ask them about the election fever of Obama versus McCain in the coming US Presidential Elections. Guess who came out winner? Obama ranked over McCain with 1,043 votes (596 for McCain). It is quite interesting to know that American poker players are also active participants in the country’s politics. They also believe that Obama brings on a promising future for US online poker. Let’s deal!
The Kings of Poker
Statistics relating to poker changes continually. More poker players are entering high stakes games and tournaments, challenging veteran poker players all over the world. Yet, there are the big kings of poker who have managed to remain on top either by luck, skill, and experience. The five most famous and top poker players who have made waves in poker news around the world are the American Jaime Gold ($12,041,228) his record as World Series of Poker Main Event Champions, Joseph Hachem ($10,269,186) who won the $7.5 million grand prize in 2005, the young Jerry Yang ($8,250,000), Allen Cunningham ($7,469,380) of California who uses his analytic approach, and Paul Wasicka ($7,371,901) who came in second in the 2006 World Series of Poker but won $6M.