Pique Finishes 5th At PSC €25K High Roller

If you have been following the European football league and international games, then you would know who Gerard Pique is.


This Spanish international footballer not only has good football playing skills, but has a very good appetite for big poker tournaments as well. The center-half of Barcelona football club has gained a career high at the tables by claiming the 5th spot at the PSC €25K High Roller. By virtue of this finish, he took home 129,350 Euros.

The Spanish football international is a regular at the PokerStars whenever it comes to town. He had good success in the PokerStars three times before this. He has made good showings in the 2011, 2013 and the 2016 events that had varying buy-ins. This time it was not like before as he made a huge plunge in the high roller game against the big guns in the event.    Continue reading “Pique Finishes 5th At PSC €25K High Roller”

Baldridge Captures New Orleans Main Event

When many of the top players and poker top draw players had to wait for long to taste their first major event victory, Jason Baldridge did not have to wait for a long time to get a victory and that took a main event victory under his belt.


He is a part–time poker player who entered the poker scene barely a couple of months ago. Now, he has won the Harrah’s main event in New Orleans. This was the $1675 main event.

He won the event by leaving behind 758 contenders for the title. He collected the last gold ring of the season and it was a remarkable achievement for the part-timer. By winning this main event Baldridge took home a whopping $227,412 in cash. This is not all. He has also won a precious seat in the WSOP Global Casino Championship that is slated to be held at the end of the season. Continue reading “Baldridge Captures New Orleans Main Event”

Josh At WSOP And Twitter

WSOP 2016 saw many big names in the world of professional poker returning to the playing scene such as Josh Arieh.


Born about 1974, this 42 year old player is an American pro in this field, having been active in the playing circles since the year 1999.

His claim to fame started in 1999 when he won the title in Limit Texas Hold’em event in WSOP that year. He finished third in the 2004 main event as well as claimed a second place finish in the 2000 Omaha event, losing the first position to Johnny Chan. He won the second bracelet at the 2005 WSOP event as well. After that there has been numerous wins in varied tournaments as well as being part of the final table in several television shows. Continue reading “Josh At WSOP And Twitter”