Thursday, 19 September 2013
Back for its fourth rip-roaring year, Bluff Europe, in association with PokerStars.com, once again presents the star-spangled British Poker Awards.
Consisting of 17 glorious categories, the British Poker Awards are designed to honour all the very best things in the poker industry. Whether that be the top individual player, the finest tournament, or even the most excellent poker software, we’ve truly covered all the bases in our attempt to ensure that there will be credit where credit’s due. The nominees in each category have been carefully selected by our own dedicated crack-team of industry experts, who have been working flat out to get it right. This prodigious poker panel is made up of none other than PokerNews’ Matthew Pitt, PokerListings’ Barry Carter, the “Voice of Poker” Jesse May, seasoned bloggers Jen Mason and Lee Davy, and last but not least, Bluff Europe’s very own Philip Conneller. They’ve done their upmost to pick the right people, but now it’s up to you to choose the winners. Vote for your favourite British poker players online now at www.thebritishpokerawards.com. Last year’s man of the moment was high-stakes superstar Sam Trickett, who took away the prizes for Best Cash Game Player, Best Tournament Player, and Player of the Year. However, this year the race seems to be wide open – so get voting now! Before you vote, you might want to have a gander at the Reader’s Choice nominees, listed below: Best Live Tournament Player 1. Matt Ashton2. Stephen Chidwick3. David Vamplew4. Toby Lewis5. Matt Perrins6. Sam Trickett Best Online Tournament Player 1. Chris ‘Moorman1’ Moorman2. Chris ‘NigDawG’ Brammer3. Charlie ‘Chaz_man_chaz’ Combes4. Andrew ‘stato_1’ Hulme5. Craig ‘mcc3991’ McCorkell 6. Toby ‘810ofclubs’ Lewis Best Online Cash Player 1. Alexander ‘Kanu7’ Millar2. Rob ‘Vaga_Lion’ Akery3. David ‘SexyGee’ Gent4. Ben ‘Milkybarkid’ Grundy5. Matt ‘MUSTAFABET’ Ashton Performance of the Year 1. Matt Ashton2. Matt Perrins 3. Barny Boatman4. David Vamplew5. Stephen Chidwick Best UK Tournament 1. ISPT Wembley2. EPT London3. UKIPT Nottingham4. GUKPT Goliath5. DTD Grand Prix Poker Personality of the Year 1. Jake Cody2. Sam Grafton3. Neil Channing4. Liv Boeree5. Sam Razavi Best International Player 1. David ‘Bakes’ Baker2. Dan ‘djk123’ Kelly3. Viktor Blom4. Daniel Negreanu5. Marvin Rettenmaier Best Blogger 1. David Nicholson2. Kara Scott 3. Dale Philip4. Rupert Elder5. Neil Channing Best Social Media User 1. Sam Razavi2. Sam Grafton3. The Betfair Twitter Account4. Victoria Coren5. Neil Channing Best Poker League 1. Champions Poker League2. Discover Poker League3. Live Pub Poker League4. Nuts Poker League5. Poker Tree6. Redtooth Poker Best Live Card Room 1. DTD2. The Vic3. The Hippodrome4. Aspers Stratford5. G Casino Coventry Best Poker Training Site 1. Run It Once2. Poker X Factor3. Cardrunners4. Leggo Poker5. DeucesCracked.com Voting is officially open, so what are you waiting for? Go to www.thebritishpokerawards.com to support all your favourite things in poker by casting your vote now.
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The Winter Poker Championship Seefeld 2017 is set to kick off from February 16 and one lucky online poker player will be taking part after winning a prize package worth $4,000 into the Austrian extravaganza’s main event at Intertops Poker on Sunday.
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