Wednesday, 8 February 2012
Despite the competing attraction of a WPT Main Event in Venice the February edition of the Palm Beach Big Game attracted a healthy field of 69 runners.
In the end it was Hit Squadee Sunny Chattha who took the lion's share of the £69,000 prize pool. Chattha navigated his way through a final table that included Joe Beevers, Andrew Teng and Daniel Hardy before beating Nick Irving heads up to pocket the £23,150 first prize. 1st Sunny Chattha £23,1502nd Nick Irving £13,8003rd Daniel Hardy £9,6604th T Kamel £6,9005th Rob Cooper £4,8306th Andrew Teng £3,4507th Guy Bowles £2,7608th R Shaio £2,0709th Joe Beevers £1,38010th Ian Woodley £1,000Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
The sixth annual edition of Grosvenor Casinos’ Goliath tournament series may have begun last week but players are being advised that there is still time to qualify for seats into its prestigious £120 buy-in main event.
Land-based and online gaming products innovator Scientific Games Corporation is set to run its second annual Shuffle Master Classic event next month offering one lucky poker player the chance to walk away with $100,000 in cash.
Land-based casino operator Estoril Sol has been awarded the first online gaming license for Portugal and has teamed up with platform provider Gaming1 to launch the new EstorilSolCasinos.pt domain.
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