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Anthony Zinno Claims His First WSOP Bracelet in $25,000 High-Roller Pot-Limit Omaha

On July 2nd, four days after the event’s start, the $25,000 High-Roller Pot-Limit Omaha tournament came to an end. Out of the 175 players, American Anthony Zinno climbed to the top, taking the title, his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet, and the $1,122,196 grand prize. The final showdown was between Zinno and Thailand’s […]

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Australian Casinos Attract High Rollers, Raise Concerns Over Organized Crime

As 2015 comes underway big changes and updates are being made to the Australian casino scene. Both Brisbane and Sydney are looking forward to opening new and improved gambling centers which will likely attract high rollers, or “whales,” from Asian countries. The casinos are set to be modeled after some of the more successful venues […]

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EPT Prague for High Rollers

High rollers are in Prague for the PokerStars European Poker Tour. With a buy-in at €50,000, the stakes in the game are high from the start. However, it has not limited the player numbers. On day 1 alone, there were 41 players who had paid the buy-in money. EPT in Prague Prague has never been […]

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World’s No. 1 Poker Player Doesn’t Look Like a High Roller

Dan Smith, who is ranked as the number one poker player in the world is the son of David Smith. David Smith passed away seven years back and Dan is presently 25 years old. He is currently the top contender for the “Poker Player of the Year” and has won several tournaments in Monte Carlo, […]

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Join the Club: Special Groups for Special Gamblers

The casino experience can be fun for anyone, but it’s a special thrill for high rollers. High rollers consistently put large sums of money on the line when they gamble. In the United States, a high roller’s bet limit will usually range from $150,000 to $300,000. To show them how much they’re appreciated, casinos usually […]

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Anne Duke, Poker Star, Talks Bad Business Moves

It may be unusual to take business advice from a poker player, but in reality, business and poker involve a lot of the same dilemmas. Taking risks, betting against the odds, knowing when to go big or go home, and fighting through lean spells are characteristics associated with both professional poker and running a business. […]

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Remembering the Legendary Better Dan Borislow

Be it at the racetrack, at gambling, or in business, Dan Borislow aimed for nothing less than the best. Anyone who knows or has met the legendary businessman and gambler would agree that Borislow was larger than life. Whatever he did, he put in his maximum efforts and enjoyed it too. Leaving behind a rich […]

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Phil Ivey Wins WSOP Bracelet for the Tenth Time

The 50th event at this year’s World Series of Poker was a truly remarkable occasion, with one of poker’s best players showing his class when it mattered most. Phil Ivey emerged victorious Phil Ivey Wins WSOP Bracelet for the Tenth Timeafter an extremely difficult contest. This event was the $1,500 Eight Game Mix, where the […]

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Sentences Handed Down in Celebrity Poker Ring

Famous names such as Tobey Maguire, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have been linked to a $100 million gambling ring that was the front for a huge money laundering operation. In recent weeks, judges in the United States have been handing out sentences to many of the conspirators involved with this operation. Hillel […]

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The Eudamons

The Eudaemons comprised a small, but utterly brilliant, group of students from the University of California who invented a device that was meant to tell them the winning numbers on the roulette wheel. The group took their name from the philosophy of Eudaemonia with its associated concepts of excellence, virtue and the highest human good […]

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