So far, the United Kingdom remains one of the largest poker markets in and around Europe for having diverse, many high-end poker sites and solitary bookmarkers giving players a fulfilling experience. Latest news pertaining to the matter at hand normally does cover a broad area in the interest of poker series.
From here, you will get coverage of player news, events, and moments of the week amongst other updates.
Breezy enough, below is a mirror of latest reports mostly on the sequential ongoing WSOP – world series of poker:-
Main Event after day 1b
It is now official that Adam Owen is part of the 2019 WSOP main event after bagging the largest stack of chips into his bag in day 1b. Known for settling on mixed games during WSOP, Owen had a vault midway in his last level when he scooped 351,800 chips at the Rio All-Suite and Hotel in this year’s series.
This move was after half a day plus time of poker in the $10 000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event where only a number of players, slightly over 1400 managed to progress to 2ab among an overall entry of 1,915 in a single flight. The stack up in this event had Owen lead in both chip count and big blinds coming first to his country mate Gary Blackwood who in his bag were 330,200 chips and 413 big blinds.
Main Event of day 1c
In the 2019 World Series of poker, there are remarkable moments that many punters wish to catch every piece of event from them as it unwinds but then why so.
- Well, this action is specific to the $500 salute to warriors that only has a remainder of two events and 8 players with Taylor Carroll being the overall chip leader followed closely by S. Faber and Dean Yoon.
- Back to our event clog, day 1c is where thrills will pour down at the Rio Convention Centre with it being the third and final open day of poker in the $10000 WSOP main event. From last year’s series, this event closed down with 4,571 entrants and for now, expectations are that the number might even grow big.
Weekly Action Moments
- As part of the week’s moments, Australian poker player Robert Campbell becomes the player of the week (POTW) after claiming his second bracelet win of the summer in the ongoing WSOP. To qualify for the POTW there was a notch of four cashes from the star that came in splits of two final tables and the subsequent second bracelet.
- There is also an exciting moment of the WSOP that comes after a record-breaking win of Josh Arieh over his counterpart Bryce Yockey in a 2-7 triple draw. Excitingly this is not only a weekly moment but also a set history that poker fans will talk now and forever for being the worst possible beating and even worse when streamed for everybody to watch.
On final remarks, it was a crucial surprise for Joao Vieira after he won his first bracelet in event $70 of the $5 000 No-Limit Hold’em and a money prize of $758,011 after flagging Joe Cada.