National Heads Up Poker Championship 2009 Episode 5 4/4

By admin, October 30, 2014 2:28 pm

Jerry Yang Online video Rating: four / 5

Matt Glantz, a player of responsibility and respect

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By Liam, October 17, 2014 11:19 am

The most vital thing about this player is that this player is one of the most respected players in the game of poker. He is also known as successful player of WSOP championship 2009. We can observe that a player who has won live clashes in many poker tournaments. He is a player that has great knowledge of the game as well known as a professional player in the game of poker games. He was born and brought up in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania. Make poker game into an interesting point and creating headache for the opposition is a technique by which he makes his side to win and the opposition player to defeat.

He was runner up for the poker tournament of poker game at international level. He was runner up against the renowned and great pokier player Andre Boyre. This match made records in WSOP tournaments till today. He have the highest record noticed down till today. One more interesting of this player is that he has won the high roller EPT game in London. This win made him renowned as well renowned player in the game of poker. He is player of greater self respect which is the most desirable thing for many poker players. He has around account for $1,342,247 of those winnings. These clashes are named on his name in the WSOP poker tournament. He is considered as a responsible player in the game of poker.

Matt has won a poker tournament against renowned player Borgata Deeptsack. He does not have any world tour poker tournament in his name and even the European title ship with his name. He is a true poker player inspiration for the coming youth in many poker tournaments. This player has large mass follower in the game of poker due to respect for the game and his records that make him famous player in the game of poker all around the globe in the game of poker game.

National Heads Up Poker Championship 2009 Episode 8 3/4

By admin, October 2, 2014 8:16 am

Jerry Yang Movie Score: four / five

Mike Matusow, a technical player

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By Liam, September 10, 2014 1:18 pm

Mike Matusow is born on April 30, 1968, and he is 46 years old. He is born in Nevada. He has called by nickname “The Mouth” in the field of game. He is a dynamic personality poker player from America. He gets his nickname because of rash talk while playing game with an opponent at the poker table. With a single misjudgment, he can play a good for an hours or day so he has known as “Milk Matusow Blow-up” or “Mike Matusow Melt down.” He played poker seriously till the end of 1990s.

After that, he has firstly started to work as a poker dealer then as an American professional player. He reached to apex due to the dedication in this field. He is a five-time world series of poker player bracelet winner. He is a successful player of ‘World Series Poker Game Championship’ about 2005. At the age of 18th, Mike was playing the video poker in the Maxim Casino regularly as the result of this he had suffered from strain injury in his shoulder and arms.

He has made a habit of playing the poker so he can reach the stage that he could steal the money from mother’s purse. In the event of year 1998 in World Series, of Poker, he paid some part of the fee by Scott Nguyen in the satellite gave $333,333 to Matusow for his partial stake. In the year 1999 the Matusow wins his first WSOP bracelet in career and his first winning prize $3, 5000 No limit, and he defeats to the Alex Brenes. In the event 2001, he got a prize $10,000 of the 6th place. He won his 2nd bracelet in 2002 with prize $5,000 and his third bracelet at the 2008 WSOP in the $5000 No limit.

National Heads Up Poker Championship 2009 Episode 11 5/5

By admin, September 4, 2014 2:21 am

Jerry Yang Video Rating: 4 / 5

Gus Hansen has an Impeccable Poker Record

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By Liam, August 6, 2014 10:29 pm

Poker has been a long term career for numerous players who invest whopping amounts at high stakes games that enlarges their jackpot portfolio. Observed through this prism, Gus Hansen flawlessly fits those players who enter the arenas to walk away with a colossal sum or titles. He is Danish and resides in Monaco. His progress to the poker ladder has brought him tripartite WPT titles, among other overly coveted championships. However, the game has not been consistently in his favor, he has also lost millions on his bets. But his magnificent resume encapsulates an array of wins demonstrating nothing but excellent performance.

During the 2006 Tournament of Champions, he managed a WSOP final table although he lost. He first won the 2007 World Poker Tour Bad Boys of Poker event; his name was consequently penned in the WPT Walk of Fame. He also won the Season six World Poker Tour title where he garnered $1,714,800. Earlier in 2006, Hansen was the winner of the London all-star Challenge EPM tournament winning heads-up to walk away with a coveted title alongside £53,600. Hansen went ahead to win the $400,000 Poker Superstars, an invitation event, going home with $1,000,000 for the first prize. He also had all-in-the-money finish at the 2004 WSOP Main Event and had a final table at the EPT, Barcelona.

His first place finish at the 2004 NBC (Poker after Dark) garnered him $120,000. On the January of 2007, he sailed through at the $10,500 major event Aussie-Millions, Melbourne. He edged 747 entrants to get a $1,500,000 first place prize. With a golden web of accomplishments, this player can take down a final table at any moment, as in poker no one can really predict outcomes. This player is dowered with adept tactics to make an array of winnings; he may finish leaving a breakthrough.