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The first of two starting flights for the latest Isle Of Man stop of the UK And Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) from PokerStars began yesterday in Douglas and saw 100 runners plus eleven re-entries ante-up the £440 ($669) main event buy-in.
The live poker tour sponsored by the Microgaming Poker Network (MPN) is set to visit the famous Montesino Casino in Austria in January.
In an effort to level the playing field and make its platform more interesting to players of all skill levels, partypoker has announced that it will be introducing some interesting initiatives over the coming weeks as part of its ongoing Poker For The People campaign.
The latest edition of the World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) from PokerStars came to a conclusion earlier this week with its main event creating a trio of millionaires.
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