Doyle Brunson Is Pleased With The New Doyles room.

Doyle brunson has been getting a lot of questions about the article, “100 Most Likely to Die in 2009.” It has him listed as the number 16th celebrity most likely to die this year.
But Doyle is cool he´s plan is to reach at the least 102 years of age in honor to the poker hand 10-2 named after him.

Doyle Brunson also says "" i´m really pleased with the new DoylesRoom poker room. We moved to a new network and we have more players in U.S. primetime than we had at our other provider. There are lots of sportsbook customers that play, which makes for looser and better games.""

It’s Super Bowl time and Doyle is betting on Arizona +7 points. This is one of Doyle´s favorite times of the year and he´s going to the Super Bowl Party at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

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Daniel Negreanu´s WSOP 2009 Plan.

Here is the list of events Daniel Negreanu plan on playing at the WSOP 2009.

Some events do overlap so it's highly unlikely that Daniel Negreanu will be playing all of them, but if an event is NOT on this list, Daniel guarantees you that he won't be playing it.

Daniel Negreanu´s WSOP 2009 schedule:

May 28th: $40,000 No Limit Hold'em
May 29th: $40,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 2)
May 30th: $40,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 3)
May 31st: $40,000 No Limit Hold'em (Final Table)

June 1st: 5pm $10,000 7 Card Stud
June 2nd: $10,000 7 Card Stud (Day 2)
June 3rd: $10,000 7 Card Stud (Final Table)

June 4th: 5pm $10,000 Mixed Games

June 5th: 5pm $2500 Limit Hold'em (6 handed)

June 6th: 12pm $5000 No Limit Hold'em

June 7th: 5pm $10,000 Omaha 8
June 8th: $10,000 Omaha 8 (Day 2)

June 9th: 5pm $3000 HORSE
June 10th: 5pm $10,000 2-7 NL Lowball
June 11th: 5pm $2500 Stud 8/Omaha 8
June 12th: 12pm $1500 Limit Hold'em
June 13th: 5pm $10,000 NLH Heads Up
June 14th: 12pm $2500 PLO/PLH

June 15th: 5pm $10,000 Limit Hold'em
June 16th: $10,000 Limit Hold'em (Day 2)

June 17th: 12pm $5000 Pot Limit Omaha
June 18th: 5pm $10,000 Stud 8
June 19th: 12pm $2000 Limit Hold'em
June 20th: 5pm $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha
June 21st: 12pm $5000 No Limit Hold'em Shootout
June 21st: 5pm $2500 Mixed Games

June 22nd: DAY OFF

June 23rd: 12pm $10,000 Pot Limit Hold'em
June 23rd: 5pm $2500 Omaha 8

June 24: DAY OFF
June 25: DAY OFF

June 26th: $50,000 HORSE
June 27th: $50,000 HORSE (Day 2)

June 28th: $3000 Triple Chance No Limit Hold'em
June 28th: $1500 Stud 8
June 29th: $2500 2-7 Triple Draw
June 30th: $5000 No Limit Hold'em (6 Max)

July 5th: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 1C)
July 8th: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 2)
July 10th: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 3)
July 11th: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 4)
July 12th: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em (Day 5)
July 13th: $10,000 No LImit Hold'em (Day 6)
July 14th: Play down to 27
July 15th: Play down to 9

Daniel Negreanu´s $10 to $10.000 project is going very well and he is only $7 away from graduating to next level $0.05-$0.10 cash games read more at Daniel Negreanu´s blog.

if you want a shot at Daniel Negranu on pokerstars, you'll usually find him on there at approximately 11:00pm PST on most nights.

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Doyles Room has raised the stakes and joined a new poker network with more players, bigger monthly guarantees and multiple reward options.

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The WSOP 2009 Schedule.

The schedule of WSOP 2009 is now ready, and this year is the 40th anniversary of the World Series Of Poker (WSOP).

Harrah's announced that the 2009 World Series of Poker will feature a record-setting 57 events and will run from May 26 to July 15.

The revamped schedule will feature many new events and include something for every poker player with the dream of winning a WSOP bracelet.

Due to the tough economic times this year is a little different, because there are no rebuy tournaments listed in the 2009 WSOP schedule.

Instead a "Stimulus Special" tournament will be held on the opening weekend for only a $1,000 buy-in. According to a release by Harrah's, "[The event] is anticipated to draw the largest-ever live tournament field outside the Main Event and offer a prize pool approaching $5,000,000."

After the success seen in the WSOP 2008, one major item will remain the same: the November Nine format. The final nine players remaining in the main event will once again go on a four-month hiatus before coming back to play out the action Nov. 7-10. After an amazing turnout to see Peter Eastgate win the 2008 championship, this year's finale will take place in front of a live audience and will receive special prime-time coverage on ESPN. The main event will feature four starting days, and it will take eight days of play to reach the final table.

Here is the 2009 World Series of Poker Schedule:

Event - Startdate - Tournament - Buy-in
#1 - 27. maj - Casino Employees Event no-limit hold 'em (2-day event) $500
#2 - 28. maj - 40th annual no-limit hold 'em (4-day event) $40.000
#3 - 29. maj - Omaha high-low split eight or better (3-day event) $1.500
#4 - 30. maj - No-limit hold 'em (4-day event) $1.000
#5 - 1. juni - Pot-limit Omaha (3-day event) $1.500
#6 - 1. juni - World Championship 7-card stud (3-day event) $10.000
#7 - 2. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#8 - 2. juni - 2-7 draw lowball (3-day event) $2.500
#9 - 3. juni - 6-handed no-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#10 - 3. juni - Pot-limit Omaha/hold 'em (3-day event) $2.500
#11 - 4. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $2.000
#12 - 4. juni - World Championship mixed event (3-day event) $10.000
#13 - 5. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $2.500
#14 - 5. juni - 6-handed limit hold 'em (3-day event) $2.500
#15 - 6. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $5.000
#16 - 6. juni - 7-card stud (3 day-event) $1.500
#17 - 7. juni - Ladies no-limit World Championship (3 day-event) $1.000
#18 - 7. juni - World Championship Omaha high-low split (3 day-event) $10.000
#19 - 8. juni - 6-handed no-limit hold 'em $2.500
#20 - 9. juni - Pot-limit hold 'em $1.500
#21 - 9. juni - HORSE (3-day event) $3.000
#22 - 10. juni - No-limit hold 'em shootout (3-day event) $1.500
#23 - 10. juni - World Championship 2-7 draw lowball (3-day event) $10.000
#24 - 11. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#25 - 11. juni - Omaha/7-card stud high-low $2.500
#26 - 12. juni - Limit hold 'em $1.500
#27 - 12. juni - Pot-limit Omaha high-low split $5.000
#28 - 13. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#29 - 13. juni - World Championship heads-up (3-day event) $10.000
#30 - 14. juni - Pot-limit Omaha (3-day event) $2.500
#31 - 14. juni - HORSE (3-day event) $1.500
#32 - 15. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $2.000
#33 - 15. juni - World Championship limit hold 'em (3-day event) $10.000
#34 - 16. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#35 - 17. juni - Pot-limit Omaha (3-day event) $5.000
#36 - 18. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $2.000
#37 - 18. juni - World Championship 7-card stud high-low split (3-day event) $10.000
#38 - 19. juni - Limit hold 'em $2.000
#39 - 20. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#40 - 20. juni - World Championship pot-limit Omaha (3-day event) $10.000
#41 - 21. juni - No-limit hold 'em shootout (3-day event) $5.000
#42 - 21. juni - Mixed event (3-day event) $2.500
#43 - 22. juni - Seniors World Championship (3-day event) $1.000
#44 - 22. juni - Razz (3-day event) $2.500
#45 - 23. juni - World Championship pot-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $10.000
#46 - 23. juni - Omaha high-low split $2.500
#47 - 24. juni - Mixed hold 'em (limit/no-limit. 3-day event) $2.500
#48 - 25. juni - Pot-limit Omaha high-low split (3-day event) $1.500
#49 - 26. juni - World Championship HORSE (5-day event) $50.000
#50 - 26. juni - Limit hold 'em shootout (3-day event) $1.500
#51 - 27. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#52 - 28. juni - Triple chance no-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $3.000
#53 - 28. juni - 7-card stud high-low (3-day event) $1.500
#54 - 29. juni - No-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $1.500
#55 - 29. juni - 2-7 triple draw lowball (3-day event) $2.500
#56 - 30. juni - 6-handed no-limit hold 'em (3-day event) $5.000
#57 - 3. juli - No-limit hold 'em Main Event $10.000

WSOP 2008 was a record year with 58.720 players from 124 different countries playing in 56 events.

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Daniel Negreanu´s Blog: From $10 To $100.000

Daniel Negreanu has been spotted at the microstakes NL cash tables blinds $0.01-$0.02. at Pokerstars.

Starting from just $10 Negreanu will try to turn it into a whopping $100.000.

As Daniel writes on he´s blog "" This is actually way more fun than I thought it was going to be.""

Daniel Negreanu has set a bunch of rules, one of them is to play poker with a 500 big blind bankroll, and move up a level whenever he has 500 big blinds to the next level.

Here is a list of all the rules:

1. I won't move up in limits unless I have 500 big blinds for that limit. I'm starting at $0.01-$0.02 with a $10 bankroll.

2. When possible, my buy in amount will allow me 5 buy ins at that limit. For example, if I have $5 left, my buy in for the game will be $1. I'll continue to do that until I dip below the min buy in.

3. I will play only NL cash games. I'll try to play full ring games as much as possible.

4. If I double my bankroll in a session I'll quit on my blind to help avoid risking too high a percentage of my bankroll in any one hand.

5. At about the $5-$10 limit I may decide to increase the number of big blinds required to move up in limits. 500 BB's is plenty for the micro games, but could be rather short for the higher limit games with better opponents. I'll base my decision on when to do that at my discretion.

6. I may also lower the buy in amount for the higher limit games from 1/5th of my bankroll per session to 1/10th of my bankroll per session. Again, I'll make that decision when the time comes.

7. When the amount needed to reach the goal is less than the 1/5th of the bankroll buy in, the buy in will be equal to the amount needed to reach the goal. Example: If 1/5th of the bankroll is $4.50 but you only need $2.50 to reach the goal, the buy in for the next session will be $2.50.

If you go to Daniel negreanu´s blog you can read what he thinks about playing microstakes on Pokerstars.

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Pennsylvania Judge Rules Poker is a Game of Skill.

In a ruling handed down by Pennsylvania Judge Thomas A. James Jr. in Columbia County on Friday, it was ruled that Texas Hold’em is a game of skill and therefore not gambling under state law.

The ruling sets an “excellent bar” for future poker litigation, according to Poker Players Alliance (PPA) Executive Director John Pappas.

The basic question, according to Judge James’ ruling, is whether poker is dominated by chance or skill. He commented “Simply, if chance predominates, Texas Hold’em is gambling. If skill predominates, it is not gambling.”

In the case of Texas Hold’em, Judge James explained that extensive literature exists that describes winning strategies to play the game. He even cited Mike Caro’s “Secrets of Winning Poker” by saying, “the money flows from the bad players to the strong players.”

In his ruling, Judge James explains that the “dominant factor test” has traditionally applied to games of skill and cites multiple mathematical studies that prove it, including one linking “poker and economics.”

An included study even explained that players receive equal amounts of premier and lackluster starting hands. However, “Beginning poker players rely on big hands and lucky draws. Expert poker players use their skills to minimize their losses on their bad hands and maximize their profits on their big hands.”

The defendant in the case, Walter Watkins, ran a $1-$2 No Limit Hold’em game out of his garage. No rake was taken, according to the PPA. Instead, players were encouraged to tip the dealer at the end of every hand based on the pot’s size, just as they would in conventional casinos. Only Texas Hold’em was played.

Clearly, the judge had an understanding of how poker is played. Coming to this decision, to him, was not a far leap. The decision sets an excellent bar for us in the future.

The UIGEA, which was passed in 2006, defers to existing state and federal laws when defining what is “unlawful internet gambling.

This is excellent news for online poker. If this can set a precedent for other cases we are all a step closer to the goal to regulate online poker in the US.

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Patrik Antonius warming up $1 million profit vs durrrr just spottet Patrik Antonius and durrrr playing on the online poker tables.

And they thought it was the beginning of the challange, but after a while other players sat down on the tables so it was probably just a warm up.

And, what can you say, this was for sure a cooler for durrrr since Patrik left the Mixed HA tables with a $1 million profit and $875k was from durrrr.

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Phil Ivey Accepts Durrr's Poker Challenge.

Millions Expected to Change Hands in High Stakes Battle.

Tom “durrrr” Dwan told Card Player about his challenge last month, and it is described in full detail in the magazine’s upcoming cover story about him, set to hit casinos this week.

Basically, Dwan has challenged anyone in the world — with the sole exception being his good friend and professional poker player Phil Galfond — to play 50,000 hands with him heads up, in either no-limit Texas hold'em or pot-limit Omaha at $200-$400 stakes at a minimum of four online poker tables.

"I don't get enough people to play me heads up. Even though there is more money to be made in other games, rather than playing heads up at one or two tables, it's so interesting and you learn a lot," said Dwan. "I think I might have an edge here, but it's more to have fun and gamble a bit. That's why I'm making this challenge."

If, at the end of the 50,000 hands, his opponent is up, Dwan will fork over an additional $1.5 million to pad his opponent's winnings. If Dwan is up, he keeps the profits, as well as another $500,000 from the competitor.

Ivey conceded that Dwan might have an edge early on in the battle, since he is not as used to multi-tabling as the online pro is.

“The funny thing is, he probably does have an edge,” said Ivey. “There’s something tempting about that million and a half to $500,000.”

Ivey also said that Patrik Antonius, as well as a number of other poker pros, have indicated that they are interested in taking up the 22-year-old phenom.

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"ElkY" Wins European Player of the Year 2008

Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier is the Card Player European Player of the Year 2008.

The frenchmen who now calls London, England home, made six major final tables during 2008 including memorable victories at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in January and World Poker Tour Festa Al Lago Classic in October.

He wrestled the title from 2007 winner Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott and beat out his nearest rival, fellow countryman David Benyamine who made three World Series of Poker final tables, including a victory.

The top ten European players in 2008 were:

Bertrand Grospellier (UK)----- 5,510 points -- $3,618,720
David Benyamine (FRA)------- 4,436 points -- $1,978,419
Peter Eastgate (DNK)--------- 4,320 points -- $9,181,022
Sebastian Ruthenberg (DEU)-- 3,808 points -- $2,352,489
Dario Minieri (ITA)------------ 3,784 points -- $1,135,134
Davidi Kita (BEL)-------------- 3,200 points -- $1,006,826
Jesper Hougaard (DNK)------- 2,880 points -- $893,886
Rasmus Nielsen (DNK)-------- 2,840 points -- $830,198
Marty Smyth (IRL)----------- 2,820 points -- $1,859,549
Alexander Kostritsyn (RUS) -2,746 points -- $1,739,983

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High Stakes Pokerstar Report, 2008

Hey all, Happy Newyear.

The year 2008 had pretty much everything we could hope for.

The new $500/1000 tables introduced on Full Tilt Poker let us see a lot of new records being hit, and we also had over 60 hands where the pot size reached $400.000 or more!

The largest online poker hand ever was won by Urindanger and had a staggering pot size of $723k.

On several occasions we also saw players sitting with more than $1 million on the tables and Ziigmund ended December with a new record when he left one table with over $1.4 million.

Largest winners in 2008: Profit:

Phil Ivey--------------- +$7,54 million
OMGClayAiken-------- +$6,97 million
durrrr----------------- +$5,36 million
Urindanger ------------ +$3,68 million
trex313 ---------------- +$3,45 million
David Benyamine ------ +$2,93 million
howisitfeellike---------- +$2,66 million
CHUFTY--------------- +$2,36 million
La Key U--------------- +$2,14 million
Patrik Antonius--------- +$1,90 million

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