Archive for October, 2008

October
21st 2008
Full Tilt Poker Room will hold the 10th FTOPS

Posted under Texas Hold em tournament & fulltiltpoker.com & poker

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The well-known online poker website FullTiltPoker.com, has just announced that for the 10th consecutive time they will present the Full Tilt Online Poker Series or “FTOPS” a few weeks from now. This poker championship will commence with a $216 Texas Hold em buy-in tournament. Fulltiltpoker.com will have a guaranteed prize pool of $15 million. The Fulltilt Poker tournament has a total of 25 events leading up to the main event on Sunday, November 16th which will award $2.5 million in prize money.

There is an option for any poker player to join in the poker tournament, by earning as many satellite wins as they are able to do. Judging by how many satellite games you win, the more FullTiltPoker.com chips you will receive. If you happen to win more satellite tournaments than the other competitors, you will win the tournament equivalent of two more FTOPS buy-ins. The satellite poker games are being played at the moment, and anyone who is a member of FullTiltPoker.com can participate.

The FTOPS tournament started in 2006 with eight events and awarded $1 million in prizes. At the moment, the poker tournament has become greatly famous, with last year’s Texas Hold Em tournament hosting 25 FTOPS events and handing out over $15 million. This year’s tournament will highlight a Two-Day Event which has buy-ins from $2500 up to $5000. The first two-day event was FTOPS V, that year’s FTOPS had a winner take home a prize pool of $400,000. Next month’s Two-Day event has a definite prize pool of around $2 million. This Texas Hold em Two-Day event will kick-off on Sat., Nov. 15th.

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October
9th 2008
Several Pointers for fooling your Texas Hold Em opponents

Posted under Texas Hold em tournament & poker & poker tips

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A significant point in poker tournaments is deceiving your opponents by forcing them to believe you have a decent hand, when in all honesty you could possibly your hand is much worse than theirs. You may have heard this referred to as “Poker face”, an expressionless face to trick your competition into thinking something that could be a lie.

Having a good hand is most likely going to affect your nerves, could possibly make your hands shake, and your heartbeat race. These are tell-tale signs that your poker buddies may see very quickly, especially if they are old friends. Keep in mind not to peer over at the pot if you have a good poker hand. This will show the other players that you are, in your mind, adding up how many poker chips are in the pot.

In the situation where you have a terrible poker hand, try not to keep yourself from glancing at your poker buddies, keep your eyes up, and don’t act reluctant about your bet. When you can prove to yourself that your poker hand is just as good, or superior than your competitors; you will possibly convince them of this as well. Try to remember to make this seem as normal as possible. Your signals and actions may be saying one point, while the things you are saying are making them believe something else.

One more vital point of Texas Hold Em is to be attentive to your opponent’s “poker tells”. A “tell” is a look or appearance that could might give away information about their hand. One important aspect to keep in mind is when your opponent behaves as though he has a good Texas Hold Em hand; he, most likely, has a very weak hand. On the contrary, if he behaves in a way that seem like he has a poor poker hand, he in all probability has an excellent Texas Hold Em hand.

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October
1st 2008
Bodog Texas Hold em event expected to be a big draw

Posted under Texas Hold em tournament & poker & poker tournament

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A huge prize pool was announced by Bodog poker, with the main tournament awarding $300,000 guaranteed. The total for the eight day poker event will be higher than $650,000, throughout the fourteen tournament event. The Bodog Texas Hold em event will begin Sunday, September 28th and continues until Sunday, October 5th. The popular poker website will also feature six “Bounty” eliminatories, where the competitors can win $109 in Texas Hold em credits for each Team Bodog poker competitor they eliminate from the poker tournament. The hottest poker players will be playing all contestants in the poker contest.

Team Bodog professional, Justin Bonomo, is undeniably energized about the event. Throughout his poker career, the 23 year old has brought home around $1.4 million. He says that if you considered that the first poker championship was big, you will definitely be astounded with this year’s Texas Hold em contest and the prize money involved. He also challenges anyone that dares to knock him out of the Texas hold em tournament to step forward.

The first Bounty Tournament is going to be the first poker contest in the championship on Sunday. Any player has the ability to buy-In right into this, and any of the other poker games with cash. Or another alternative is to win their way into the events through the satellites which are being played every night during the poker championship week. Bodog will feature six bounty events and seven “Championship Events”, that will have higher buy-ins and deeper stacks.

There are thirteen contests which will lead up to the main event on Sunday, October 5 at 4:00 p.m. E.S.T. This is the championship with a guaranteed $300,000 in cash, despite the quantity of Texas Hold em players in the championship. All the poker challengers who want to enter the main tournament will have to pay $500 for the buy-in and in turn will accept 10,000 in poker chips.

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