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Online Poker Of France, Witness Revenues Spike In Q3

ARJEL, the French regulator has revealed news that French online poker has witnessed a significant increase in the online poker and for the three months sports betting revenue.

Revenue received by the state from the internet sports betting activities amounted €106m ($124.2m) in the third quarter; this amount is 23% more in comparison to the same period last year.
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Joseph Serock cashed 11 times in poker tournaments of 2012

Joseph Serock was born in the United States. Joseph Serock is a professional poker player. Currently Joseph Serock ranked as a 350th place in All Time Money List. His total of winning a cash prize is about $2,535,874. Joseph Serock is not so much famous poker player. He finished in 107th place of Caribbean Adventure poker tournament in 2007 and earned a cash prize of $11,797. He earned a 15th place in the EPT Monte Carlo event and got a cash prize of $16,567 in that event. He earned 11th place in the WSOP World Championship event of 2009 and got a cash prize of $34,958.

He reached to 2nd place in WSOP Six Handed Holde’em event of 2009and won a cash prize of $341,783 which is highest a cash prize won by him in various poker tournaments. He earned a 27th place in WSOP Shootout poker tournament of 2009 and won a cash prize of $16,739. He earned 145th place in the WSOP World Championship tournament and won a cash prize of $40,288 in that event. He cashed total 12 times in different poker tournaments of 2009.

He reached to 3rd place in $4,800 Hold’em event and got a cash prize of $52,473 in that event. Joseph Serock cashed 14 times in various poker tournaments of 2010. He reached to 2nd place in WSOP pot Limit Omaha event in 2010 and earned a cash prize of $151,587 in that event. He earned 11th place in WSOP Omaha event of 2010 and won a cash prize of $19,588. Joseph Serock played all types of poker tournaments, but he is more interested in playing live poker tournaments. He finished in 519th place in WSOP World Champion event and earned a cash prize of $23,876 in that event. He reached to 3rd place in WPT No Limit Hold’em poker tournament of 21012 and won a cash prize of $320,400 in that event. He reached to 3rd place in the WPT World Championship event and earned a cash prize of $306,240. He

Josh Arieh, regular but not successful player

Josh Arieh is born on 26th Sep 1974, in New York. He is a professional player of poker. He won two bracelets. From 1999, he started playing poker tournaments. He finished in 3rd place in the WSOP Hold’Em event of 2004. He had finished in 2nd place in ‘pot Limit Omaha’ event of 2000. In 1999, he won the event as well as earned a cash prize of $202,800. He won a cash prize of $381,600 in the ‘pot limit Omaha’ event of 2005. In 2010, his total of winning cash prizes became more than $5,700,000. He cashed 16 times in WSOP main events. He finished in final tables of World Poker Tour 2 times, and he cashed 7 times in World Poker Tour.

He does not have any good record in European poker tour events. He cashed only once in European poker tour events. Josh Arieh is one of the regular but not so much successful poker players. He has a very good attitude. He is very famous for his friendship. He gives respect to other poker players. He made a quarrel with other poker players two times in his career. In one of his incidents, he had eliminated from WSOP main events, but after these both incidents he apologizes on an online poker website which proves that he gives respect to other poker players.

After these two incidents, he does have any other incidents in his career. He is not only friendly with only poker players, but also has friendly relations with John Smoltz, who is a basketball player. He is a quiet good player of poker. His dressing style is very simple. He believes in friendship because he thinks that a friend always helps in difficult situations. He is only the player in the world who has that strategy in poker, and he is famous for that. John Arieh is currently living in California, and he is now 39 years old.

Chris Moneymaker Has an Inherent Money-Making Effect

Some although poker enthusiasts are vexed by the mention of high stakes bets, however, others who are experts in the game are always set to net more for their jackpots by investing in the casino. Christopher Moneymaker is a player who embodies this group of players who are not troubled by the murky waters of poker. He resides at Tennessee, Nashville as of 2014. Having climbed the poker ladder through the WSOP and other striking global events, he is among the most famed of players who are renowned internationally. He has latent perspicacity that dominates his moves on the final table for a triumph, well this may be hard to elucidate, but his resume speaks for itself.

His fledgling winning came in when his victory was announced at the 2003 WSOP. In this game, he brought a major breakthrough in the poker world as he was the pioneer poker player to become eligible at an online poker website. This came to be known in press parlance as the “Moneymaker’s Effect”. This was his live tournament where he walked away with $2.5 million. On the WPT, he placed second at the 2004 Event #3 Shooting-Stars tournament where he garnered $200,000. During Event-five of the 2008 WSOP that was a $10,300 NL Hold’em, he came fifth and earned more than $28,000. However, his brilliance became more conspicuous as he was first in the Deep Stack PL Omaha circuit of the WPO (World Poker Open) main event, he parceled $15,889.

Moneymaker was eleventh in the 2011 PokerStars.com Caribbean Adventure tournament; he went home with $130,000. As of 2014, his gross earnings on live tournaments are beyond $3,000,000, a substantial portion of $2,532,041 of which he has acquired from WSOP events. Notwithstanding his formidable winnings, Moneymaker has inclinations for highly-coveted prizes and colossal amounts. If he plunges into WCOOP events, he has chances of triumph and honor at the global scale.

Jake Cody- A Brief History

There are very professional players found present in this world. Playing any game is not an important point, but there are many individuals who look for the playing of games very particularly. Only when you find the professional players playing Poker, you can get the rules of the game very rightly. Among the professional players, Jake Cody is much noticeable for his holding of 1 bracelet. Jake was born in United Kingdom. Jake is a professional player, who was popularly known for his 2011 World Series of Poker main event.

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Given the nickname as neverbluff67 in YOUR F4CE, Jake was much familiar for his major winning at the European Poker Tour event in Deauville in the month of January where he turned winning €857,000 and also the main event of World Poker Tour London in the month of August where he further turned winning £273,783. These were done in the European tournament, by the year 2010. He was from the native of Rochdale. Jake Cody did study psychology at university where he left the studies by taking or spending his full time in playing Poker. In order to develop the playing techniques of Poker, he constantly turns playing or spending 12 hours which from his point of view turns denoting practise can only build in the game in oneself.

It was the year 2009, where he started winning the minor tournament and he also made the amount in the maiden UK and Ireland Poker Tour in the same year. Jake started the heads-up battle where he defeated Sweden’s Nicholas Mattson at the Palm Beach Casino by yielding £273,783 as the very first prize. It was by the year 2011, where Jake turned winning his first WSOP bracelet by defeating Yevgeiny. Also by the same year, he turned making the final table by finishing in the 7th place.

Stu Ungar

Stu Ungar also known as Stuart Errol was a professional poker player. He used to play blackjack or twenty one and gin rummy. But generally he has known for playing Texas hold’em and gin rummy always. The world’s second most title is Amarillo Slim’s Super Bowl of Poker. He wins this prestigious title three times. He also won World Series of poker Main Event three times. He is one of the two people who won this. Read more »