How to Beat Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms
by Arnold Snyder
Who better to teach you how to beat the online casino and poker room than a man who has been beating land-based casinos (at blackjack) for decades? Snyder reveals how you can make money olnline without any special skills, mathematical ability, super memory, difficult systems to work or eve a big bankroll. Looking at this as easy money, he explains methods of play that can multiplay your bankroll many times with little risk. The 2/3 of the book cover all the major games and promotions while the last third focuses on poker.
Big Poker Tournament Winners
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Friedman takes home $1 million World Poker Tour Title
In the late night hours of August 26, the Bicycle Casino was the only place for poker fans to be. The infamous Legends of Poker series was reaching its pinnacle as the World Poker Tour final table played out in front of fans and players, ultimately awarding the first prize of $1,009,000 to the 2009 champion, Prahlad Friedman.
Grand Poker Series tournament in Las Vegas pays millions
The Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino’s 2009 Grand Poker Series concluded over the Independence Day holiday weekend. The event hosted more than 10,000 players during the month-long series and awarding nearly $2 million in prize money, topping last year’s total.
European Poker Tour Crowns Monte Carlo Event Champion
The PokerStars.com European Poker Tour has a new Grand Final champion. Pieter de Korver, 26, from Leeuwarden, Holland, a member of the new Team PokerStars Pro Netherlands, has won €2.3million at the richest poker tournament ever held outside Las Vegas.
WSOP Sierra Poker Classic Crowns Champion
The second annual Sierra Poker Classic took place at Harvey's during the first two weeks of April. The series, labeled as an official World Series of Poker Satellite Event, included 13 tournaments, including the first-ever "Crazy Pineapple World Championship," won by Tom Christopher, from Las Vegas. Several snowstorms in the area produced a modest turnout. But for those who trekked to Tahoe to ski and play poker, the conditions were ideal.
Team Aced Wins First Public Dream Team Poker Tournament
Team Aced won the first public Dream Team Poker tournament that featured a sold out field, big name poker pros, celebrities and a packed house. 148 teams totaling 444 players entered the event at Caesars Palace Las Vegas with a $222,000 total prize pool.