There is a star studded poker event coming up in February of next year.
Called the Hollywood Cares Charity Poker, it is being hosted by Phil Hellmuth. He is the invitational host for the event and people can look forward to finding several celebrities attending the event besides Phil Hellmuth himself. The event would be held on February 19th
and the venue would be in Beverly Hills.
Participation by certain stars is confirmed such as Dean Norris and Kim Coates of Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy shows. They would also be co-hosts for the event. Chris Harrison, a television emcees and reality star, would also be assisting Hellmuth at the event. The event is being hosted to raise funds which would be sent to One Heart Source and Wounded Warrior Project. The tournament would be held as a bash before the Oscars. Continue reading Star Studded Poker Event In February
The poker apex echelon has a dearth of Slovakian players; the records do not reveal as numerous gurus as their Canadian, British or US counterparts. Dag Palovič rose to prominence when he final tabled twice at the European Poker Tour and is the only player from his backyard who has cashed in the WSOP Main Event where he placed 120th and 37th in 2009 and 2010 respectively.
Up to 2013, he came second in the Slovak list of all time money winners with substantial winnings exceeding $909,405. His enviable resume is a trove for poker players who hail from nations that are endowed with top-notch gambling gurus. The theme of his lengthy poker career is encouraging all and sundry those having a penchant for the game to venture.
Palovič became eminent in 2007 when he final tabled at the €4,700 European Poker Tour Prague tournament placing 7th to garner a generous $137,151. He resuscitated this accomplishment on the same year where he final tabled again in the EPT San Remo to place 7th again while squeezing out $176,628. From that time, Palovič has cashed three times at the EPT, with a 14th position in the Grand Final, Madrid in 2011 where he raked in $89,054. Continue reading Dag Palovič tendency to win is undoubtedly innate