Englishman banks £178,600.
American’s appeal begins December 10.
Fraser MacIntyre leads GUKPT showpiece.
Series coming to Stamford Bridge.
Man shot dead after argument.
Main event prize pool set at £400,000.
Former poker pro wins $250,000.
Max Whitehouse admitted guilt.
Meet one of UK poker's rising stars.
We talk to WSOP bracelet winner.
By Paul Oresteen.
Just keep smiling...
By Adam Slutsky
Pushing the envelope for a new poker generation.
Tom Victor catches up with a rising star.
So says Dara O'Kearney.
Dara O'Kearney looks at game thoery.
Dara O'K on bounty tournaments.
Dara O'K on the best ways to learn.
Nick Wealthall on unconscious decision making.
Structure changes don't suit recreationals.
Nick Wealthall on the humble home game.
Tony Kendall surveys the UK scene.
The Grand Final tournament of this year’s Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) ended yesterday with Englishman Ben Winsor taking the title and its £178,600 ($268,432) cash prize.
The lengthy legal battle initiated by Phil Ivey in hopes of receiving the £7.8 million ($11.7 million) he won while playing punto banca at London's Crockfords Club in August of 2012 is set to continue next month.
The concluding Grand Final tournament of this year’s Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) began yesterday with its £400,000 ($601,711) guaranteed prizepool attracting many of the UK's top grinders to the Grosvenor Casino The Victoria London.
The worlds of football and poker will collide this weekend as the Grand Prix Poker Tour visit’s the 41,000-seat Stamford Bridge stadium in London.
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