Loss Of $100M For Gambler In Single Night

index   July 24, 2018   Comments Off on Loss Of $100M For Gambler In Single Night

Did the former organizer of poker Molly Bloom witness the biggest loss in gambling ever?
The film adaptation of Bloom’s 2014 memoir hit the theaters of U.S. the day of Christmas and to promote the project, Bloom can be spotted interviewing all around. Recently in to chat, Bloom revealed that she met the biggest poker loss ever saw first-hand.

She says “I saw somebody losing $100 million in a night,”
When asked “$100 million?” She said, yes, “$100 million,” “and he paid the next day.”
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‘Aussie Matt’ Takes On Czech Mogul For Poker Loan Of $3 Million

index   June 27, 2018   Comments Off on ‘Aussie Matt’ Takes On Czech Mogul For Poker Loan Of $3 Million

On May 27, during the early hours, two of the biggest names of professional gambling sat down in a high-stakes and private poker match. The venue was the Ivey Room, a posh enclave in Las Vegas in the Aria Resort & Casino. Leon Tsoukernik, an entrepreneur from Czech and casino mogul, was opposite to Matthew Kirk, an Australian gambler, who is known for his hefty bets.  There was a couple of other players present at the spot to watch the match.

Though, the session didn’t last long, however, money exchange of big amount take place at the time.
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Riess Claims €10K 8-Max Event

index   September 16, 2017   Comments Off on Riess Claims €10K 8-Max Event

The PokerStars Championships in Barcelona was a huge hit and plenty of new players have made it to the final draws in the major events.


The titles and the money of each of the events have been changing hands a lot this year. The €10K 8-max Event was one other event that attracted a lot of players to the table and at the end; it was the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Ryan Riess who won the event. By virtue of this win, he was richer by 155,500 Euros.

There were 59 players who took part in this event and this meant that the prize pool for the event went to €572,300. The final table had lesser known poker players fighting to win the event. The final table players had a total of 10 million dollars and a little more in earnings and Riess on his own has already amassed $10million+ as tournament cashes. (more…)

Holz Playing Only High Stakes Tournaments After Retirement

index   June 18, 2017   Comments Off on Holz Playing Only High Stakes Tournaments After Retirement

Fedor Holz has retired from professional poker for about a year now.


He is still quite active in the poker world and has won about $2,000,000 by playing only high stakes tournaments. It looks like he has not lost his touch of the game despite retiring from the game and also reducing the amount of events and tournaments that he plays.

Holz is now fully involved with his start-up called Primed Mind that is a mindset coaching app. He is playing lesser number in tournaments than before and is focusing on the start up more. He came second in the ultra-tough SCOOP $2,100 PLO event even though this event was not his favorite. He is a specialist in no-limit hold’em event. This proves that a class master at the poker event can play all formats of the game. (more…)

Mike At WPT LA Poker Classic

index   April 8, 2017   Comments Off on Mike At WPT LA Poker Classic

It is not always that poker celebrities like Mike Matusow turn up to play at ongoing poker tournaments.


However, his fans had a bit of luck when they saw Mike as well as Phil Hellmuth, two legends in professional poker; battle it out like the good old days at the WPT LA Poker classic tournament. This 2017 tournament was held in the last week of February. Held at Commerce Casino, the two legends playing against each other was the highlight of a side event of the tournament. Mike, aka The Mouth, tried to win over Phil aka The Poker Brat but admitted defeat in the end of the $1100 tournament. This tournament saw a total of 72 runners. When Mike entered the game he had an advantage of 2-1 in the hold of chips. Mike held on though Hellmuth got the better of him. Mike won about $14,400 for the efforts he put in. (more…)

2017 WPT Won By Jerry Wong

index   February 23, 2017   Comments Off on 2017 WPT Won By Jerry Wong

Jerry Wong is the poker player that plays games with all skills and not the luck.


This was proven in 2016 when he finished eighth in the main event of (WSOP) World Series of Poker. Then entries in the event were 6,737. Now, again in the year 2017, he is showing his great skill of playing poker. In early 2017 he has won the (SHRLHPO) Seminole Hard Rock Lucky Hearts Poker Open of WPTDeepStacks re-entry event.

This tournament is the second largest in the history of Florida having the entry of 4,567 players. It is a $360 buy-in tournament with a $500,000 guarantee. The event will have the prize pool of $1,426,800.

Speaking about the last year’s event, Wong said “The poker is the game and players do everything to win it. It is the player who decides what is best for them and everyone takes action according to their financial interest.” (more…)