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- David Vamplew wins EPT London event
A grueling five days at the Pokerstars.com EPT London Main Event when all was said and done it was young maths graduate David Vamplew was the surprising winner after coming through a roller coaster Heads-up session beating four-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and Team PokerStars Pro John Juanda.
- Sunday Million returns with $1.527m prize pool at Pokerstars
During the last couple of weeks we have been without the Sunday Million at Pokerstars.com while the WCOOP was running. Sunday seen the return of all our usual Sunday tournaments including the $215 Sunday Million.
- WCOOP Day 2 ProXimaVez, J0hnny_Dr@m@, Jamie Xaston Kaplan all winners
Day 2 of the 2010 World Championship of Online Poker at PokerStars is in the books. We have Three new champions, the biggest payday was Jamie "Xaston" Kaplan's $213.986.82 for Event 6. Kaplan was the fifth place in the 2009 WCOOP Main Event for a cool $482,400. After this victory he is now 14th place on the all-time WCOOP money list. Also earning WCOOP bracelets on Monday were ProXimaVez and J0hnny_Dr@m@.
- Tom durrrr Dwan expressed his plans to win the upcoming WSOPE Main Event
Tom 'durrrr' Dwan expressed his plans to win the upcoming WSOPE Main Event during an interview following his exit from the $7,000 PartPoker World Open in London.
Tom 'durrrr' Dwan has revealed he plans to win the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event to be held in London at the The Casino at the Empire between September 23rd and September 28th.
- Ziigmund is in London filming Million Dollar Cash Game season 5
The World's Top High Stakes Pros hit London for the latest addition of the Million Dollar Cash Game sponsored by Full Tilt Poker
Ilari "Ziigmund" Sahamies and Tom "durrrr" Dwan are both currently filming the fifth season of the Full Tilt Million Dollar Cash Game in London.
- WCOOP Day 1 sees 21000 players compete for over $7 million in prize money
WCOOP Day 1 seen over 21,000 players competing for in excess of $7 million in prize money
The 2010 World Championship of Online Poker was very well received with a total of 21,380 players contributing a total of $7,343,400 across the first 3 events.
- Jake Cody wins 2010 WPT London Main Event and pocketed a huge £273,783
Jake Cody won the 2010 World Poker Tour (WPT) London Main Event and pocketed a huge £273,783
The 21-year-old from Rochdale, who has been seen at the regular high stakes tournaments both online at Full Tilt Poker and the European Poker Tour, and next year he will be stepping up to the WSOP in Vegas. He plays online under the alias neverbluff67, and made easy work of a very strong final table at the Mayfair Palm Beach Casino.
- Toby Lewis takes top honours at the EPT Vilamoura
The young Brit beats fellow Brits Sam Trickett and Teddy Sheringham to take the €470,000 1st prize.
Young British player Toby Lewis has scored the biggest win of his career by triumphing over the record-breaking 384-strong field for a payday of €467,835; a sum that dwarfs his previous largest cash for €25,000 after a seventh place finish at IPT Venice.
- Daniel Jungleman12 Cates jumps ahead by half a million in the Durrrr Challenge
We mentioned the rumour last week that the latest Durrrr Challenge was about to start between Tom Dwan and Daniel 'Jungleman12' Cates. The opening session was played over the weekend and saw Durrrr jump into an early $127k lead.
- Durrrr Challenge 2 Featuring JungleMan12 to start in the next Week
As we all know by now the Durrrr Challenge featuring Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Patrik Antonius has been running since February 2009, currently 39,436 hands have been played with a staggering total of $342,257,728.50 in bets made. Dwan is currently $2,059,719.50 ahead having won 20,700 hands with an average $ won per Winning hand of $2,952.13.
The last session played was on August 3 with Durrr increasing his lead by $459,961.50 over a 182 hand session, rumours have been circulating that Antonius has paid off the Challenge which clears the decks for the new challenger in Daniel “jungleman12” Cates.