‘Donger Kim’ isn’t just an online beast. And Phil Ivey is hawking cars. It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
Dong Kim is better known by his online handle Donger Kim, and from a recent prop bet that he won. But now he is at the Asia Pacific Poker Tour Seoul, and is in the top 10 in chips. Live updates here. Interview with Kim below:
–Phil Ivey appears in a commercial for Chrysler, which is called “Kings & Queens of America.” Despite the name, no poker is actually played, and Ivey is only on screen a couple of times, briefly. But he still looks like a baller. More here, or watch below:
–PokerStars issues of the past day seem to be over … for now.
–Republican Presidential hopeful Rand Paul is not a fan of an online gaming and online poker ban.
–An interview with Mike Sexton.
–The Rational Group — which oversees the PokerStars and Full Tilt brands for Amaya — names a new COO and CMO.
–”JayP-AA” moves over a million dollars in online winnings so far this year; more in the online railbird report.
–A retired New York City police sergeant was convicted of dealing at illegal poker games.
–Part two of our series on quantifying variance: Streaks & Tilt in Heads-Up SNGs.
–The latest in PokerNews’ series on casino poker for beginners.
–Tonybet Poker announced an open-face Chinese poker series, called the OFC Grand Prix.
On Twitter: @Dustin Gouker
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