Since the days when online PokerStar started, sponsoring a poker player has been in trend.
In early days sponsored professional poker becomes the fabric of the industry. Slowly the time came when sponsorship becomes the integral part of the poker game and poker was in its boom. That time company sponsored Chris Moneymaker. Signing of player for sponsorship changed many things.
It changed the way, how poker players see the game and how the fans feel about the game. Chris was offered the sponsorship not because of his game form or the number tournaments he has won. But, the decision was taken, because he won a tournament that changed the game of poker. After winning the tournament he became the PokerStars’s face. (more…)
Croatia booked the online poker regulation for years. And till 2017 it is seen that there no operator present in Croatia that regulated online poker after holding the license.
According to law of Croatia, only those providers will be able to obtain the license for offering online services that offer in land casino too. After obtaining the license, it has become the first regulated and authorized online poker room in Croatian.
Though, the first online poker room of Croatian is the authorized platform to play games, but this doesn’t mean that the players of all the origin will be able to play poker on this platform. Some countries will not be allowed to play, among which one of restricted country is The United States. (more…)
It was David Perez of Spain after five days of play to take the 2015 Redbet Live Rozvadov €299 Main Event at Rozvadov and also the top prize of €54,359.
The event is considered as the Europe’s hottest low stake poker play, and the champion had to survive a group consisting of 1148 players, which also made it the biggest Redbet Live poker tournament conducted here.
Owing to the large number of players registrations, that the total prize pool money inflated to an unprecedented €300,000 which also shattered the offered guarantee money of €200,000 at the Redbet Poker. People who kept close watch of the play at King’s Casino were not surprised by the victory of Sanchez, as he displayed dominative play. His domination of other players was so much that he carried the chip lead of Day 1a to the entire tournament and many players were forced to offer unusual deals that would have potentially brought an earlier closure to the proceedings.
In the last table there were six players remaining and with 34 million chips Sanchez hogged the total chips of 57 million in play and that where the rivals offered him the title and the top prize money while the rest split the pool among them to get €19,561 for each player.
Sanchez appeared as though agreeing with the deal, but Lukasz Paszkiewicz of Poland opposed the proposal as he considered that it is too early to declare the winner when the action still revolved with six-hands. Ironically the Pole was the first to leave the table at the fifth position and he carried the cash prize of €13,764 in his pocket.