The World Series of Judi Online is the most exciting and awe-inspiring event in the poker circuit, all over the world. The prize money comprises of millions of dollars. Legends and records are made each time during this gigantic, adventure-filled event. Several established pros and experts compete with virtually unknown ones. Formerly unknown names suddenly attain celebrity status, after a win at this tournament. A large segment of players that end up taking part in the WSOP get there by virtue of satellite tournaments that are played on various online poker rooms. A chunk of these players reach there through sites such as Party Poker. This is the largest online poker site globally and at any point in time, at least 50,0000 players are logged on to play poker, during peak hours.

Croyodon Builder Storms Poker World

A Croydon buider is all set to become a millionaire. Ian Frazer is named the ‘Card king’. He hit the headlines last year, when he won a prize sum of $500,000. Although he was a novice, he went on to win this at the UK Poker Open Championship. After he grossed $125,000 at the European Open, he got himself a place at the reputed Poker Million tournament. The prize is set to be $4,120,000. Despite all these wins, this man has not quit his job at a building make-over company – Vidette Limited. Great Going for this father of three kids! reports:

He said: “In just five months I’ve become the UK and European champion and everyone keeps telling me that is an incredible achievement and nobody’s ever done it. At the time he told the Croydon Advertiser he lost to his mates whenever he played them for fun, but he has since proved his victory was no fluke by taking his winnings to an incredible £850,000. Helps You Qualify for the 2006 WSOP Event; For as Little as $7 is giving would-be poker stars, a chance to qualify and get a seat to the 2006 World Series of Poker event that will be held in July, at Las Vegas. This is a great offer because it is a chance for the players to get to the event for a mere $7 and go on to win a whopping $12,500. reports:

If the standard $10,000 buy-in for the WSOP is beyond your budget, then a trip to could see you get to the tournament for far less. The daily $7 satellite tournaments, leading up to the weekly $58 event, puts players ever closer to securing their place in Vegas.

Weekly Poker Tournament by a TV Network, in Neonopolis – to Have Gaming License

A Television Network has plans to hold a weekly poker tournament, in Neonopolis. However, this could need a gaming license, which is a requirement that could wipe off the project completely. reports:

Gaming Control Board Member Mark Clayton said Thursday that FOX Sports Net had not approached casino regulators and investigative staff in connection with having poker tournaments played at Neonopolis. Representatives from the network proposed to gaming regulators a television broadcast studio at Neonopolis where filming would take place for a poker-based game show.