Friday, 28 September 2012
There are fewer more satisfying things in poker than running a perfectly executed bluff and it's that skill that tennis star Rafa Nadal has been working on.
The PokerStars ambassador has been brushing up on his poker face by trying to convince customers at a Majorca golf club that it isn't really the 11-time Grand Slam winner working behind the reception desk. When he's asked if he's Rafa Nadal he has to try to bluff them and convince them that he's not.In truth it's more Beadle's About than Late Night Poker but is worth a look if only for the appearance of the slightly bemused Englishman.Join Rafa at the PokerStars tables with a first deposit bonus of up to £400. Sign up here.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
Meet the ISPT Wembley CEO.
Things are really starting to heat up at this year’s WSOP with a number of events all now ensuring the riffling of chips doesn’t stop echoing through the halls of The Rio. Indeed, yesterday’s early session saw two bracelet winners crowned in the form of John Beauprez and Mike Gorodinsky.
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While most attention has understandably been focussed on Wembley these past few days there was the not so small matter of the latest leg of the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) to consider over the weekend.
Big bonuses for SNG players.
Tom does it again.
More winners crowned at the WSOP.
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Online grinder Epitomised.
Foxwell victorious at the Ricoh.
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Shaun Deeb picks his underrated favourites.
With Jeff Kimber.
With WSOP bracelet winner John Beauprez.
Alex 'Pickleman' Rousso on the psychology of poker.
Triple barreling with John 'Kasinokrime' Beauprez
With Paul Jackson.
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Neil Channing looks forward to the 2013 WSOP.
Adam Goulding rounds up all the latest online news.
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