Negreanu vs. Isildur1, take two: Want to bet on the match this Sunday between Viktor Blom and Daniel Negreanu? Odds are out, and Isildur1 is a big favorite. That’s not shocking, since he already took $150K from Negreanu the first time around, last Sunday.
High Stakes Poker recap: What happened in the last episode of HSP? Read more here, including Andrew Robl’s nittiness, Vanessa Selbt’s entertainment, and more.
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Sunday Storm goes to TV: There’s a TV commercial for this week’s tournament at PokerStars (formerly known as the Sunday 1/4 million), an $11 tourney with a $1 million guaranteed prize pool (for one week only). Watch below:
In other online tourney news, FTOPS XX was announced, and starts on April 17th, with $38 million guaranteed over 45 events.
New PokerStars pro: Eugene Katchalov joined the site as a pro. The only weird thing is it took this long for it to happen. He’s won a WPT event, a WCOOP event, and the PCA High Roller event, and he’s an all-around baller.
Saving Cake Poker?: Interesting take here on the rumored sale of Cake Poker to pokerlistings.com. Cake has been on a downswing, with some rooms leaving and joining the network in recent times. Will this move stabilize Cake? Time will tell.
Nevada casino OK with legalized online poker and gambling: Story here about South Point giving its blessing to legislation currently being considered in the state. Why is this a big deal? Because no casino has publicly commented on anything regarding regulated online poker and gambling previously.
Sebok+Aguiar=blackmailing?: Story here tracks the latest slap fight at 2+2, between Joe Sebok and Jon “FatalError” Aguiar. Aguiar posted a direct message he received from Sebok on Twitter, with not a nice tone, and he posted it at 2+2. Shockingly, drama ensued.
Power rankings: The latest BLUFF/ESPN power rankings are out. Read them here. Sorel Mizzi and Eric Baldwin are still one and two, while Phil Ivey is working on a move into the top 10.
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