Phil Ivey’s career at the poker table has been filled with an innumerable amount of highs, with World Series of Poker bracelets galore and millions of dollars in cash game winnings decorating his resume. Off the felt, however, it seems as though Mr. Ivey has met his match in is ex-wife, Luciaetta, who seems hell bent on squeezing every chip possible out of him. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you all the messy (and juicy) details.
PokerStars wrapped up its 10th Anniversary celebrations with two huge online poker tournaments yesterday. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog gives you the rundown of the winners.
Today’s $500K Guaranteed High Roller event at PokerStars doesn’t yet have 50 players registered, which means a potential 6-figure overlay! The Cardplayer Lifestylepoker blog brings you the scoop!
Who wants to be a millionaire? PokerStars is offering online poker players the opportunity to win $2 million in this weekend’s Sunday Million. Read all the details here on the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog.
MGM continues to plan for U.S. legalization of online poker, but at whose expense? Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you the story of a small business owner whose poker-themed URL is under threat by one of the gamin industry’s largest operators.
Ever wonder what happened to Jamie Gold? The 2006 WSOP Main Event Champ has re-emerged from poker obscurity to sign a deal endorsing the Tropicana Las Vegas poker room. Chec out the details here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog.
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.
Online gaming companies are banging down the door to be let into Nevada, which will likely be the first state to legalize online poker in the U.S. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you the scoop.
There’s a great $500,000 guaranteed online poker tournament scheduled tonight on the iPoker network for 6pm GMT. The final 27 players will be flown to Prague to conclude the last 3 tables’ worth of action. More details available here at the Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog.
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.