Odd Poker Superstitions

poker superstitions

Every player has poker superstition, in fact, poker superstitions have been a part of the game since the first time a player touched their lucky rabbit's foot, crossed their fingers and toes and pushed their chip stack over the line, probably with some physical difficulty. But what are your favorite

Femi Fashakin Doubles Through David Peters

Femi Fashakin raised all in for 365,000 from the cutoff and David Peters called from the big blind. Fashakin: [KdQd] Peters: [Ah9h] The board ran out [Ad5dAc6d8d], giving Fashakin a flush to double through Peters.

Iurii Pasiuk vs. David Peters

On a board of [8hJhQh4d2c] with roughly 615,000 in the middle, David Peters bet out 450,000 from middle position. Iurii Pasiuk is on the button, and he used a time extension before he called. Peters tabled his [AcAd], but Pasiuk revealed his [4h4s] for a set to take the pot.

Kathy Lehne Goes Uncalled on the River

David Peters raised to 27,000 from middle position and Kathy Lehne defended her big blind. The flop landed [8h2cAs] and Lehne check-called a bet of 18,000. The turn fell the [9c] and both players checked as the [Qc] filled the board on the river. Lehne bet out 75,000 and Peters folded.

Daniel Dvoress Finds Lucky River to Double

David peters opened to 22,000 in middle position and Stephen Chidwick three-bet the cutoff to 65,000. From the small blind, Daniel Dvoress used a time extension, and then moved all in for 329,000. Peters folded, and after a few moments, Chidwick elected to call. Dvoress: [9h9s] Chidwick: [TcTh] The board ran out [4dJd8h4c9c] and

David Peters vs. Richard Yong

Action folded to Richard Yong in the small blind, and he limped in for 6,000 total. David Peters checked his option from the big blind, and the flop fell [7d2c5d]. Yong checked, and Peters bet 12,000. Yong called, and when the [Tc] fell on the turn, he checked once more. Peters bet

David Peters vs. Daniel Dvoress

Action folded to David Peters in the small blind, and he limped in before Daniel Dvoress raised to 4,000 from the big blind. Peters called, and then checked the [2d4s4c] flop. Dvoress continued for 3,000 and Peters called before both players checked the [8s] on the turn. The river landed the [3s]

Kahle Burns Wins Event #9 for $416,500

Kahle Burns wins Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters.

Kahle Burns has done it! The Australian pro has taken down Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters for $416,500 after beating reigning Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic heads up. By winning this event, Burns stays in contention for the Purple Jacket along with Sean Winter, Chance Kornuth, and current

Ali Imsirovic Leads Event #9 Final Table

The penultimate event of the 2019 Poker Masters was also the final $25,000 buy-in event of the series as 49 entrants filled out the PokerGO Studio to partake in Event #9: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em. After 17 full levels of play, it would be defending Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Ali