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”

Niall Farrell: Online as well as a Live Playing Poker Star

He is a very official and a professional poker player.


This is a very young and a bright poker player. This player has a very sharp poker player, he plays each and every game with the winning spirit and has that enthusiasm. He has a very positive attitude and he is very much concerned to the game he is playing.

He started playing the game at a very young age and now at a good age he has achieved good achievements and he is not completely satisfied with his earnings. He wants to earn more and wants to be one of the finest and the best poker players. Niall is a very passionate poker player he plays the game with full of his concentration and skills. Niall is a very intelligent poker player plays the game with the winning spirit and his main aim is to be at the finest positions in the game. Continue reading “Niall Farrell: Online as well as a Live Playing Poker Star”

Ying Lin Chua gets Asia-Pacific’s largest freezeout in history

The Macau Poker Cup 24 at the PokerStars LIVE Macau is set an all new record for a freezeout tournament in the Asia-Pacific area by attracting 1075 players for HK$12,000 Red Dragon. When the event finished, Ying Lin Chua had left behind the unprecedented pack to grab HK$1,904,000 (which is approximately $245,000) as part of a 3-way chop.
The conference manager of Malaysia has been on fire in the year 2016. He has also won the World Poker Tour National Philippines for US$ 86130. The tournament had 3 battles and it is all set the record after a grand turnout of 512 enthusiasts on Day 1c.
In a media release, Danny McDonagh, the Asia-Pacific Poker Tour President, told that this is a special day for the PokerStars Live team, as they have been looking to crack the 1000 milestone since the Red Dragon hit 995 in 2014. There has been a global surge in reentry events these past few years, so this achievement is that much more fulfilling to achieve in a classic freezeout format.

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