las vegas

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Just wanted to give a headsup to any raketracker players, PAS affiliates, or people interested in saying hello to the PAS, YPC, and raketracker teams. We will all be in Vegas tomorrow(7/27) until July 3rd. We are all going to be there and love the chance to put faces to online names and catch up… Read more »

When Poker Rooms are a Pleasure to Add

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The last blog post was about a nightmare that can happen when adding a new room to PAS. This post is the exact opposite in every aspect.I recently added BetSafe to our offerings. They are the third Cryptologic site offered on PAS. As a whole Cryptologic affiliate departments go over and above expectations. BetSafe was… Read more »

With a starting field of 360 players, Day One reduced the field to only 36. On Day Two, the 36 remaining players were divided into 6 tables and played down to the final 6. On Day 3, the seat assignments are as follows: Seat 1) Greg Mueller Seat 2) Thomas Roupe Seat 3) Philip Tom… Read more »

Duncan Bell came to the final table as the chip leader and walked away $666,777 in prize money. He also walked away with his first WSOP bracelet. The seat assignments and chip counts for the final table were as follows: Seat 1) Brent Hanks-$755,080 Seat 2) Steve Merrifield- $1,109,000 Seat 3) Shawn Buchanan- $1,133,000 Seat… Read more »

The 2008 World Championship Seven Card Stud event crowned a new champion, who won $418,856 but left with only the bracelet on his wrist. Final table seats and chip counts are as follows: Seat 1: David Oppenheim — 508,000Seat 2: Alex Kostritsyn — 495,000Seat 3: Jim Paluzsek — 413,000Seat 4: Erik Seidel — 273,000Seat 5:… Read more »

Nenad Medic strikes first at the 2008 WSOP. Besting a field of 352 in the $10,000 Pot Limit Hold’em event, Nenad Medic takes home his first bracelet and $794,112 in winnings. The final table consisted of a strong line up of well-known tournament pros. The chip stacks to begin the day were as follows: Seat… Read more »

The second event of the 2008 World Series of Poker was the largest preliminary event in its 39 year history with 3929 players. Grant Hinkle was rewarded with $831,462 and a bracelet for his efforts. The final day leaves us with 18 players over two tables. Tables and chip stacks were as follows: Table 14:… Read more »

David Singer has won the $25,000 Heads-Up World Championship, placed 9th in the WSOP Main Event and finished second in several WPT and WSOP events. Until today, he had never won a WSOP bracelet. The final table at the $1,500 Pot Limit Hold’em event featured an all American cast of players. Seats and chip stacks… Read more »

Erick Lindgren Wins First Bracelet

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Erick Lindgren came into the #4 event of the WSOP as being known as the best poker player to never win a bracelet. By the end, he walked away with $374,505 in winnings and a bracelet. The chip count to begin the final table was as follows:David Williams 678,500Justin “ZeeJustin” Bonomo 517,500Erick Lindgren 345,000Howard Lederer… Read more »

Michael Banducci, at the $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em with Rebuys, walked away with $636,736 in prize money. His highest performance before this big win was 3rd place at last year’s WPT Borgata Poker Open. He has had 14 previous cashes in major events, that includes four in last year’s WSOP, but this was by far his… Read more »