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Web Poker – Where Do The Professionals Compete

November 29th, 2020 Leave a comment Go to comments

Online poker has blown up over the past couple of years and it is not going away any time. Many of the better-known professionals are staying at abode to compete in web poker instead of at the casino. On most days you can see Phil Ivey, Mike Matusow, or Gus Hansen playing web poker at Full Tilt. Patrik Antonius who goes by the user name of Luigi66369 is quite dominant in the high stakes money games on the net. He will regularly sit with sixty thousand dollars at the three hundred/six hundredNL games waiting for a person to compete against him. Normally Phil Ivey or some better known web professional will step up and compete against Antonius heads-up for a bit of cash. Antonius and Ivey have destroyed any challengers that have challenged them in the past months. Pots in excess of one hundred thousand dollars are a regular occurrence and the pots are only getting biggerare not getting any smaller.

John Juanda can likewise be found competing in the fifty/one hundred NL games with a maximum buy-in of $10, 000. Juanda might be one of the most consistent players at the tables. He always seems to be ahead twenty to thirty grand by the end of the night. If you like drama, you can always stop by and observe Mike "The Mouth" Matusow up to his regular carrying-on. Mike frequently talks to fansand will regularly inform his competitors how amazing he is at playing poker. Mike is well-known for showing large ten thousand dollar bluffs on the river with seven high. Gus Hansen usually makes regular appearances on the high limit Omaha tables. Internet poker has brought the great game right to your computer. Now you do not need to wait for poker tournaments to appear on television. Each day, there is a huge cash game being played on the internet. These guys are wagering homes on every turn of the card. Watching these pros play will boost your poker skills.

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