Peter Eastgate, 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion, Quits Poker!

In a stunning announcement, 24-year-old Peter Eastgate has told the world he’s had enough of poker. After winning what’s considered to be poker’s highest honor and over $9 million in prize money a mere 2 years ago, the Danish former World Champion is throwing in the towel, as it were.

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4th Annual Ante Up for Africa Winner: Phil Gordon

Ante Up for Africa, a joint venture of actor Don Cheadle and poker pro Annie Duke, was held for the 4th time at this year’s World Series of Poker. The duo has teamed up to raise millions of dollars over the past few years to benefit victims of the Darfur conflict.

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World Series of Poker 2010 Weekly Wrap-Up Part 3

Let’s take a look at a couple of the main stories that occurred over the past week at the 2010 World Series of Poker.

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Online Tournament Poker for Beginners: Site Selection and Bankroll

Each article in this series will cover different aspects of online tournament poker. In this article I will be covering site selection and recommended bankroll management.

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Scott Montgomery and Dean Hamrick Win 1st WSOP Bracelets

Scott Montgomery and Dean Hamrick, while not the best known names in the poker world, are known to plenty of avid fans of the World Series of Poker. The reason? Both had made deep runs in the Main Event in 2008.

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2010 World Series of Poker Sees its First Double Bracelet Winner

Phil Ivey? Men “The Master” Nguyen? Michael “The Grinder” Mizrahi?
If you had bet that one of the “household name” poker pros would be the first player to win 2 bracelets this year, then you’d have lost some money.

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