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CHAMPIONNAT LIVE 2018 2019

 

REPRISE DU CHAMPIONNAT LIVE LE 29 SEPTEMBRE A LA SALLE DE LA MAIRIE DE BADAROUX

Inscriptions à partir de 19H00 - Début du tournoi à 19H30

 

Cette année se seront 2 Mini Championnat Live qui animeront cette saison :

- 1er Championnat du 29 Septembre au 26 Janvier 2019

- 2nd Championnat du 9 Février au 15 Juin 2019

Chaque joueur accumulera des points pour la Table Finale comme l'année précédente

1ER CHAMPIONNAT
1 samedi 29 septembre 2018 Badaroux
2 samedi 6 octobre 2018 Badaroux
3 samedi 20 octobre 2018 Badaroux
4 samedi 24 novembre 2018 Badaroux
5 samedi 08 decembre 2018 Badaroux
6 samedi 12 janvier 2019 Badaroux
TF samedi 26 janvier 2019 Badaroux

Manche Spéciale: 

48 adhérents: samedi 11 novembre 2018 Badaroux

Manche par équipe de 2: samedi 15 décembre 2018 Badaroux

2ND CHAMPIONNAT
1 samedi 09 février 2019 Badaroux
2 samedi 16 février 2019 Badaroux
3 samedi 16 mars 2019 Badaroux
4 samedi 13 avril 2019 Badaroux
5 samedi 04 mai 2019 Badaroux
6 samedi 01 juin 2019 Badaroux
TF samedi 15 juin 2019 Badaroux

Manche Spéciale: 

48 adhérents: samedi 30 mars 2019 Badaroux

Important : Il faut être à jour de sa cotisation Club (50 €) pour pouvoir participer aux manches


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  • The excitement is especially palpable at the Rio today because Jeopardy Phenom James Holzhauer if in the building. Both he and Mike Sexton announced they would be pairing up for the Tag Team Bracelet Event. Ryan Fee and Doug Polk won the first Tag Team Event back in 2016. Some of the rules in this unique event are: Each team must have a minimum of 2 players and a maximum of 4 players. Each person on the team is required to play a round of blinds. Players can tag in and out of the tournament as long as a teammate isn’t in a hand. Another notable event kicks off today: The $50,000 Poker Players Championship. Last year, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi won the event for a record THIRD time. In other news, five-time bracelet winner Daniel Alaei leads the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship with 50 players remaining. Other notables in the field competing for the $1,086,967 first place prize include Luke Schwartz and Shaun Deeb. The $1500 Monster Stack event also returns today. Some players still in contention include Andrew Moreno, married to former PokerNews reporter Kristy Arnett, Joe Cada, Matt Salsberg. We had three bracelet winner’s yesterday, including the first woman to take home WSOP gold this year. Jiyoung Kim won the Ladies’ Championship for $167,308. She held a consistant chip lead from when the final table was down to four players until she defeated Nancy Matson heads-up. The 2nd bracelet of the day went to Jason 'TheBigGift' Gooch for taking down the $1K WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack for $241,492. A major deal was just announced between Caesars Entertainment Corp and Eldorado Resorts Incorporated. Several outlets have reported that outlets, casino operator Eldorado Resorts Inc. has agreed to acquire and merge with Caesars Entertainment in a cash-and-stock deal worth $17.3 billion that also includes Eldorado assuming Caesars' NOT insignificant debt of 8.79 BILLION with a B dollars.  Partager: Facebook Twitter   

  • partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton made an exciting announcement today: he is partnering with James Holzhauer of Jeopardy! fame for the 2019 World Series of Poker Tag Team Event. The event has a $1000 entry fee and both Sexton and Holzhauer pledged to donate half their winnings to Project 150, a Las Vegas charity committed to helping homeless teens. Easy to root for a guy like that! But, before the tag team event, Holzhauer jumped into the 2019 WSOP $1500 Super Turbo Bounty event. Can Holzhaeur parlay his Jeopardy skill and strategy to a poker win? Only one way to find out! For live updates from the Tag Team Event click here: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-57-1000-tag-team/ For live updates from the Super Turbo Bounty Event click here: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-56-1500-super-turbo-bounty/  Partager: Facebook Twitter   

  • The World Series of Poker announced their 10 finalists nominees for the Poker Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame only inducts 1-2 players per year according to the strict guidelines for admittance. This year's nominees include some shocking and controversial names as well as some shoe-ins. The poker player or players chosen for the Class of 2019 will be announced July 15th during the WSOP Main Event Final Table broadcast. The 10 nominees are: 1. CHRIS BJORIN 2. DAVID CHIU Chiu is a FIVE-time WSOP gold bracelet winner.  Chiu’s most recent bracelet victory came in 2013 in the $2,500 Stud event. That event had an impressive final table where Chiu defeated Michael Mizrachi, Frank Kassela and Scott Seiver. 3. ELI ELEZRA Elezra is originally from Israel, home of our sponsor 888poker. Elezra now calls Las Vegas home and is a regular at high stakes cash games around the city. Eleztra picked up his 4th World Series of Poker bracelet this year in the $1500 seven card stud event. He ALSO has a World Poker Tour title. He won the $10,000 no limit hold'em event at the 2004 Mirage Poker Showdown for just over $1 million.   4. ANTONIO ESFANDIARI Esfandiari is the only NEW finalist added to this year’s list. Esfandiari’s biggest and possibly most famous win came from the WSOP Big One for One drop $1 million buy in event.where he won $18,346,673 . 5. CHRIS FERGUSON This was a surprising one given the controversy around Ferguson and his involvement with the now defunct Full Tilt Poker. “Jesus” Ferguson has been playing poker since 1993.  He won the WSOP Main Event back in 2000 for $1.5 million and came back to become WSOP Player of the Year 17 years later. 6. TED FORREST Ted Forrest has over SIX WSOP bracelets. His most recent bracelet came after he defeated Phil Hellmuth in the Seven Card Razz event back in 2014. Forrest splashed into the poker world back in 1993 when he won three bracelets in three consecutive events He won the $5K Limit Seven Card Stud event then won the $1500 Limit Razz the next day and then won the $1500 Omaha Hi-Lo event the day after that. 3 bracelets in 3 days in THREE DIFFERENT POKER VARIANTS! On top of that Forrest also won the World Poker Tour Bay 101 shooting stars event back in 2007. 7. MIKE MATUSOW Mike “The Mouth” Matusow would certainly be the first to tell you about all his poker accomplishments. The 51-year-old has 4 gold WSOp bracelets. That’s 4 bracelets in 4 different poker variants. Matusow has also final tabled the WSOP Main Event TWICE, but has never managed to take it down.   8. CHRIS MONEYMAKER Moneymaker is the poker fairy tale come true. Back in 2003, Moneymaker satellite into the World Series of Poker main event for $39 and turned that into winning the most prestigious poker tournament in the world for $2.5 million. His victory certainly changed the course of poker history and he’s been a friendly ambassador for the game ever since. 9. DAVID OPPENHEIM Oppenheim is a cash game legend. While he isn’t a consistent presence in tournament poker, he does have a few impressive career runs including a 3rd place finish in the 2010 WSOP Poker Players Championship for $603,348.   10. Last but not least is HUCKLEBERRY SEED Huck Seed has won four World Series of Poker bracelets. Seed also won the WSOP Tournament of Champions back in 2010 as well as the 2009 NBC Heads Up Championship. RIP. Who do YOU think will make the cut this year?  Partager: Facebook Twitter