Women Making a Mark in the World’s Poker Circuit!

September 27, 2013 11:24 AM
Bovada today has one of the largest and most interactive of online poker rooms. With the USA as one of its largest user-bases, Bovada is committed to providing its players with a safe online poker experience. They duly pay their winners and assist their players in case of a technical glitch. The safety of your winnings is guaranteed and they have a payment span of between one to three days. Moreover, they offer a user-friendly mobile software; which you can download and enjoy your favourite casino game on the go. All you need is a mobile device such as a cell phone or a tablet and you can enjoy top online casino games 24/7. They provide various deposit options that can be convenient to you including: Western Union, Money Gram, Credit Cards and Bank Wire. Its withdraw options lie from Check by Courier, Western Union among others.

At Bovada you can join the multitude of gaming enthusiasts in tournaments with cash prize rewards of $1000 to $10,000. Beginners buy-ins are worth as low as $4 with a guaranteed cash pool of $ 1000. This gives confidence to beginners to play poker online for money. After qualifying in playing poker, one can even get the opportunity to play poker in the World Series of Poker which is held in Las Vegas. It has a buy in of $10,000 with the winner taking home millions of dollars. In 1977 the first ladies event was introduced with a buy in of $100 in the stud poker tournament. The winner for the event was Jackie McDonnell taking the cash prize of $5,500 which was the smallest prize reward in WSOP’s history. Over the years, these tournaments have gained popularity and increased the cash prize reward. There have been many big winners like Terry King in 1978, Marie Gabert in 1990 and Sally Boyer in 2007.

Kristen Bicknell earned supernova elite status after winning the 2013 World Series of Poker Ladies Championship and getting $173,922. Being a Canadian national, she started playing poker in University where a friend introduced it to her and they would play all night long. After a while, she began to play poker online and has been in the game to date. Second on the top five of women champions, is Yen Dang from the United States who lives in Denver. She took the 2012 World Series of Poker Championship defeating Debbie Pechac, making it her first big winning. The twenty nine year old got hooked to poker while in the university pursuing law and later it became her full time job. Interesting much? Her total earnings (including tournaments) of $170,587 put online poker in its prestigious spot.


The Biggest Poker Events to Cap off 2013!

July 29, 2013 09:48 AM
Poker has a huge fan base which is why there are a number of people who play video poker online. In line with this, there are poker events to entice the players and even the non-players of casino games. All around the world, there are many events held and if you are a poker game enthusiast, you surely want to know which events have held the gaming community together. Below is a list of the biggest poker events watched and witnessed by fans of the game from all across the globe:

World Series of Poker 2013

This event started in May 29th and in July 15th the main event took place in Paradise, Nevada specifically at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino. The WSOP 2013 had a total of 62 bracelets to be won. While there are other events under the WSOP, the most anticipated according to many online video poker reviews was of course the championship round with over 6,300 participants. This created a prize pool of more than $59,700,000 (approx. £38,879,863.80) with the winner earning $8,359,531 (equivalent to £5,445,590.76), an inspirational amount to those wishing to earn a video poker bonus. The top 9 in the main event will return on November 4th for the November Nine tournament.

WSOP 2013 Event #47

Dubbed as the One Drop High Rollers No Limit Hold’em, this four-day event kick-started in June 26th with a total number of entries of 166. This is an exciting event just like the main event in WSOP with the second highest payout offered in the whole tournament. It is the 13th highest in payouts in the whole history of poker tournaments around the globe with over $17,890,000 (over £11,6509,34.06) worth of prizes. The first place was grabbed by Anthony Gregg who brought home a total of $4,830,619 (equivalent to £3,146,776.32).


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January 28, 2010 09:40 AM

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