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Party Poker Premier League VII Championship Table: Sorel Mizzi Grinds Out Big Win Over Jeff Gross

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premiere-league-vii_largeTuesday night at the Playground Poker Club in Montreal, Quebec, saw the finale of the partypoker Premier League VII. 12 of the best (and deep-pocketed) pros in the poker world laid down $125,000 for the chance to play in the Premier League’s latest incarnation last Thursday and, after six heats and one playoff heads up match, five men were left standing for action.

The reason there were five men was there was one more heads up playoff match to be held before the Championship Table was set. Scott Seiver and Jonathan Duhamel battled it out in that best-of-three set, with Seiver taking the first match and Duhamel the second. In the rubber match, Seiver would emerge victorious to move onto the Championship Table.

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The Grind Drawing Poker Community’s Attention

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The Grind Drawing Poker Community’s Attention on YouTubeWhile poker on television has been relegated to broadcasts of tournaments, other outlets have provided some dramatic element that has been lacking. The upcoming film Runner Runner is drumming up some interest and the poker documentaries Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker and All In – The Poker Movie have blazed trails. The pilot of what is looking like an ongoing series is currently making the rounds on YouTube and is drawing some interest from the poker community also.

The Grind, produced by Hometown Hero Productions and AutenNotDoIt Productions, was released on August 18 and it shows some promise with its premise. The series follows a group of poker players as they go through what they feel are their “mundane” lives before wrapping up its 20 minute pilot episode with what was a shock to the entire poker world.

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Jay Rosenkrantz - The Storyteller of Online Poker

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Jay Rosenkrantz - The Storyteller of Online Poker

This week no deep tournament runs, bracelet bets or all-time-money-list related discussions. Jay Rosenkrantz is by no means a tournament player, but one of the true online cash game legends. Under his handle “pr1nnyraid” on Full Tilt Poker and “purplEUROS” on PokerStars he won millions, but poker hasn’t been a part of his daily routine for quite some time. The former star and producer of Two Months Two Million, founder of DeucesCracked, producer of From Busto to Robusto and creator of The Micros spent nearly three years working on a huge project which will totally change the outlook the world has on our beloved game, online poker.BET RAISE FOLD: The Story of Online Poker is to be released this summer and Rosenkrantz granted iGaming.org an hour of his time during these extremely busy times.

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New Poker Series To Introduce Live Betting

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New Poker Series To Introduce Live BettingA new poker series set to begin next month could be the next evolution of televised poker, offering not only the players but also the viewers of the events innovative ways to be involved with the proceedings.

Poker Royalty, LLC – the preeminent international agency that represents some of the biggest names in poker today – announced on Tuesday a new poker program called the “iSeriesLIVE.” The proposed tournament series will kick off at 6PM (Western European Time, 2PM U. S. Eastern Time) on April 5 in Dublin, Ireland with a $10,000 buy-in/winner take all match that features players such as Daniel Negreanu,Phil Hellmuth, Carlos Mortensen and David “Devilfish” Ulliott squaring off against each other in a ten person Sit and Go. What will make the iSeriesLive event unique are some of the enhancements that are promised by Poker Royalty.

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World Poker Tour Announces 2013 Schedule for Season XI

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world poker tour release season 11The World Poker Tour (WPT) revealed the 2013 portion of its schedule for Season XI yesterday, presenting nine tour stops in three countries. The year kicks off with an old favorite, the WPT Borgata Winter Open, and ends, as usual, with the WPT World Championship.

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has had a rough go of it lately, as it was forced to shut its doors for the better part of a week after Superstorm Sandy ravaged Atlantic City. Fortunately for poker fans, damages to the property were minimal and the WPT Borgata Winter Open should have no problem holding its $3,500 championship event from January 27th through February 1st. This will be the Winter Open’s first appearance on the tour since 2008, whenGavin Griffin won $1.4 million.

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