Poker Player to Enter the $1 Million Buy-In WSOP Event for Just One Cent!?

This story brings new meaning to “a chip and a chair” – someone has offered a chance for a sponsor to buy him in to the $1 million WSOP event, with bids starting at just one cent. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you the interesting details of this very creative effort.

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$1 Million Buy-in WSOP Event Has 22 Players and Counting

22 players have now confirmed that they will be participating in the $1 million buy in special event at next year’s World Series of Poker. You can read the latest details and deveopments about this here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog.

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PokerStars Signs 2011 WSOP Main Event Runner Up Martin Staszko

Though he only finished runner up in this year’s WSOP Main Event, Martin Staszko did just win something: a PokerStars Pro sponsorship deal! Read all about it here on the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog.

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2011 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion: Pius Heinz

Today a new World Series of Poker Main Event Champion was crowned: 22-year-old Pius Heinz, of Cologne, Germany. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you the highlights of 3-handed play at the final table, and a summary of how he defeated WSOP Player of the Year Ben Lamb and his heads-up opponent, Martin Staszko of the Czech Republic.

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2011 WSOP Main Event Down to Final Three: Pius Heinz, Martin Staszko, Ben Lamb

Out of a field of over 6,500, only 3 poker players now remain. Ben Lamb, Martin Staszko, and Pius Heinz will battle it out tomorrow to crown a World Series of Poker Main Event Champion.

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World Series of Poker 2011 November Nine Resumes Today

The 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event is scheduled to resume today after a 4 month hiatus. The November Nine will reconvene at the Rio to crown a champion. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you a brief preview.

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