Scott’s View About His Victory in Sunder Million

Scott Aggro Santos Margereson has become such a poker player who defeating all the players in Sunday Million of the PokerStars became the only player in the game. He received $ 194,479 as his first major tournament cash this on 26 April 2015.

This poker player belongs to the England, but, at present, he lives in Playa del Carmen Mexico temporarily. The Mexico is the city where he plays both ring games as well as the tournament. This is the time when this player is paying attention a bit on the ring games. In the Pocket Fives Worldwide Ranking, he holds 41st place. On the other hand, In the United Kingdom Ranking, he is at forth place just below three players: Jareth “jareth3542” East, Patrick “pletno1” Leonard, and Jareth “jareth3542” East.

Margereson caught the attention of the Poker world not through a single victory. First he participated in the WCOOP-18; $400 k guaranteed, $320 NL Hold’em of PokerStars on 12 September 2014, he won this event and received $106,896.51. 2 days later just after this victory, he again participated in PokerStars WCOOP-22: SundayWarm Up SE; $215 NL Hold’em, $1M Guaranteed. He again won this event and received $202,000. Continue reading

Joe Kuether Experienced Poker Player from US

Joe is very experienced and best poker player. He has started his career from 2009 in poker.

He is very consistent and very good player of the poker. He is has very nice strategy to play the poker. On working this strategy he is at the top level of the poker player. He has improving his performance at every match and he has worked on his strategy very definably because of that he is at the top level of the poker. He has almost played in every series of the poker like World Series of poker, World Poker Tour. He has not yet played in European poker tour.

Joe has won total $3,889,761 casino winnings, 14 career titles, 102 careers cashes. He is the ranked at 3rd place in poker player of the year. He has gain 2575 points in this poker player of the year he has won $1,254,356 in this. He has won $618,738 casino winnings in World Series of poker total 25 cashes he has won. He has gone through total 2 final tables in this series. $203,121 casino winnings in World Poker tour, $ cashes he has won in this series, and he has gone through 2 final tables in this series. Continue reading

Manig Loeser shows poker is lucrative

Germany has produced a couple of poker players who have outpaced their counterparts in various tournaments. One of the key figures today is Manig Loeser, his first covered event was in 2009 in the World Series of Poker. In his lengthy career, he has not clinched the coveted WSOP bracelet or other significant titles but always performs fairly well as to wring out cash in his appearances. This shows how complex poker is; only those players with shrewd skills and strategic play leave the casinos smiling. Surprisingly, Manig Loeser is among the top-notch Germanic players but does not boast WSOP, EPT and WPT titles. He was unearthed recently by the Global Poker Index when they ranked him 167th as of 26th February 2015 with 1909.97 points.

In 2011, he ventured into the WSOP’s $1,500 NLHE where he was 191st for $3,394 and later in the $1,500 NLHE Event #28 where he finished in the 142nd place to take home 43,375.  His next notable achievement that year came in the 2012 WPT Merit Cyprus Classic where he was ranked 33rd to garner $8,070. In 2012, he clung on the WSOP bandwagon, placing 21st in the $1,500 NLHE for $19,012, 56th in the $3,000 PLO to get $5,226 and finally 14th in the $1,500 NLHE Six-Handed to rake in $17,323. His best results in the 2013 after numerous finishes in the money came in the $1,500 NLHE Six-Handed where he finished runners-up to wring out $200,698. Continue reading

Faraz Jaka participation in poker makes an interesting piece to read

If you are a poker fan who has had conjectures on getting wealthy behind the corridors of gambling, poring over resumes of players who have amassed plethora sums of cash is advantageous.

You may want to go through the poker C.V of Faraz Jaka, he is an American guru poker player who has once been feted as the World Poker Tour Player of the Year Season 8 in 2010. His efforts have seen him sail through to two WPT and WSOP final tables. Notably, on the earnings side, he has made above $4,000,000 in live tournaments only. Thus, if you are contemplating jumping on the gambling bandwagon, his resume is an impeccable blueprint for you.

Jaka has final tabled at the WPT Bellagio Cup 5 finishing runner-up in his heat to Alexandre Gomes to take home $774,780 and later in the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic emerging 3rd for a whacking $571,374. Continue reading