Saturday, 9 February 2013
Viktor Blom's 2013 started with an insane heater at the Full Tilt Poker which saw him up over $5m after a few short weeks at the online tables.
As has often been the case for the Swede though, what goes up soon goes down, and so it has proved again. According to HighStakesDB.com, Blom has dropped over $3.5m during the past few weeks, including an $850,000 drop over the past week.Of course being up over $1.5m before the middle of February is none to shabby but it could have been so much better for the 22-year-old.Also in the red in February are Patrik Antonius (down $523k), Ben86 ($413k) and Johnbest who dropped $287k in just five sessions at Full Tilt.Rui Cao is the biggest online winner this month. The Frenchman is up $717k with Seb86 (up $457k) and Alexonmoon (up $437k) also enjoying a winter warmer.Join Blom at the Full Tilt tables with a first deposit bonus of up to $600. Sign up here.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
The increasingly powerful 888 brand will move into two new territories in the coming months after securing gaming licences to operate in Romania and Denmark.
PokerStars has just increased the roster of its Team PokerStars Pro following the signings of Asian players Chen-An Lin and Yaxi Zhu.
Players at Full Tilt will soon have another tournament series to contest thanks to the operator's latest creation.
The future of online poker in New York could now include casino gaming, according to recent reports.
Denmark opening also on the horizon.
Chen-An Lin and Yaxi Zhu recruited.
Tournament series starts next week.
Hearing set for September 9.
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.
Features | Strategy | Interviews | Reviews | News | Profiles | Pages | British Poker Awards
© 2015 BluffEurope.com