kodokmas99 EPT Grand Final Day 1B

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Day 1B of the kodokmas99 Tour Grand Final drew an even larger field than day 1A, and by the end of registration, 450 entrants had taken a seat at the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel and Casino Resort. This massive field, combined with the 392 players from yesterday, made history.

Micky Wernick is one of the grandfathers of the British poker scene, and he has more than $850,000 in career tournament earnings. He has made the money in two European Poker Tour events over the course of his career. In 2006, he came in ninth in the EPT French Open in Deauville, and in 2007, he.

The online world seems to have noticed and hundreds of thousands of dollars were traded back and forth in high stakes PLO action yesterday night and early this morning.

Despite the fact the session included players like Durrr, MrSmokey1, and even Markus Golser at times it was online player eighty88 who stoke the show.

eighty88 went on the mother of all heaters and managed to rack up in the upwards of $400,000 by the end of the session although he was down by substantial.

The River is a new, beautifully appointed and bright mid-sized poker room in Milford, New Hampshire. They have 25 tables with new, crisp, clean felt, with spanking new chips and cards.

Carli managed to finish fourth at Event 8 earlier this week but beat that accomplishment the very next day by finishing second at Event 9. It was the third final table for Carli at the WSOPC Caesars Indiana. At this rate Carli must be wishing the event series would never end.

Two players that would likely agree with Carli are Robby Frank, who actually won Event 9, and Brett Henthorn, who took down Event 10.

Here’s a look at how each event played out:

With all of the money Peter “#1PEN” Neff was making playing online poker during college, his history major never really stood much of a chance for holding his interest. “I just decided to drop out of school for poker because I liked it too much,” he said.

Rousso, a lawyer and the state representative for the PPA in Washington, is challenging the constitutionality of Washington’s online gambling ban. He filed the lawsuit on the first day of the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event.

He regularly updates readers on his case at http://pokerplayersalliance.org and on Friday Rousso was optimistic about Robert’s ruling over the discovery dispute.

“The judge agreed with me about 99%, the state only about 1%,” he said.

Vanessa Rousso is a Team PokerStars Pro, and she’s currently in Monte Carlo for the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour Grand Final. Rousso has more than $1.5 million in career tournament earnings, though she has yet to make the money in an EPT event.