Video Poker Games Of Deal Or No Deal Hits Casinos

Gamblit Gaming made an announcement last week that it would be launching skill game machines of Deal or No Deal Poker on casino floors. The games were unveiled previously at the Global Gaming Expo and are likely to go live sometime this year.

The games were formed in collaboration with a subsidiary of Endemol Shine Group, a company which formed the hit Deal or No Deal television program. It is basically a luck based game that has some bits of tactics involved. In the show, the contest selects from 1 to 26 closed briefcases and each of it has different denominations of money. It can be a penny or a million dollars. The contestant begins to eliminate 6 of the remaining cases in the 1st round post which a banker provides a dollar offer to the contestant depending on the percentage of values of the remaining briefcases. The contestant can select to go to the offer or continue to risk that the briefcase chosen may have more money in it. The game continues from there and the contestant eliminates more briefcases and the banker gives more offer till the time the participant ends up wither with his briefcase or the offer.

Being Superstitious In Poker Can Destroy Your Profits

Are you superstitious? Then you are not the only one, most likely, up to some extent we are all superstitious? According to Wikipedia, “the superstition is a pejorative term for any practice or belief, which is irrational – it arises from misunderstanding and ignorance of science or causality.

Even the world of gambling and poker is not untouched to the belief of superstition. Gamblers also have a mindset that supposedly affects luck to some extent, in some way. Among all types of players the dice players are the most superstitious, but players who play poker certainly follow right behind them.

Fall Poker Classic To Begin

Fall Poker Classic is the main event that is set to start on November 10th, Friday at the Seneca Niagara casino which is part of the Card Player Poker Tour. This is the second time Fall Poker Classic has paired with CPPT and they would be holding a main event of $1000 buy-in no-limit hold’em. There would be a guaranteed amount of $200, 000 in the tournament and these would be two separate events that start from November 10th and 11th

Those who participate in the tournament can start with a generous amount of 30,000 chips and enjoy playing blind levels for 40 minutes. The winner of the event will also get a feature cover on the Card Player magazine. The poker room will play high hand promotions in frequent basis through this month. There would be $500 to be played as high hand giveaways every hour that would be held most part of the day during the month. The Seneca gaming and entertainment poker room will remain open about 24 hours in a day and seven days a week. The poker room located at the first floor of the casino cum hotel complex features 23 tables with 13 big screen TVs, free drinks, Wi-Fi, rewards for the players, free parking and large selection of games. On the gaming floor one will find keno, table games and slot machines as well.

Franco Bags First PokerStars Chile Main Event

Chile’s Christopher Franco has got his name written in the history books of PokerStars as he became the first player to win the inaugural PokerStars Festival Chile main event.

The Chilean is very happy and excited to have played in the first event tournament held in his country and also to win it. This is a remarkable feat for Franco and he is basking in the glory of his great success.

The final table saw 112 hands and only 10 hands of heads-up play. Christopher Franco was too good for his opponents on the final table and he emerged victorious after 112 hands. A total of 328 players took part in the PokerStars Festival Chile event that took place over four days. It was held at the gorgeous looking Casino Enjoy Viña del Mar in Viña del Mar in Chile. more

Scott Montgomery Always Impresses At WSOP

Everyone who follows the poker game closely would have heard about Scott Montgomery.

He burst onto the poker scene in 2008 and impressed one and all with his poker skills. The year 2008 was a breakthrough year for Scott. He finished the 2008 WPT L.A. Poker Classic in the 5th position and this is his best effort so far in his poker career. He did not stop there and went on to claim the 5th position in the most prestigious WSOP Main Event in 2008. This achievement made everyone sit back and take notice of this wonderful Canadian poker player.

Scott’s career has been up and down for the most part. After his achievement in 2008, he had to wait for 2 more years to make it big at a poker event. This time he won the bracelet by claiming the $1k NL event held as part of the 2010 WSOP. He has not been able to replicate the kind of success that he has had in the 2010 WSOP for the past few years. In fact, his career graph has taken a downward slide and he has not been able to win six-figure prize money since 2012. more

Lawsuit For Players Poker Championship

A lawsuit was filed today in Maryland against a new poker tour. In the lawsuit it was mentioned that, the tour was a fraud, has been accused of doing fraud, and operation of a Ponzi scheme.

The Players Poker Championship was the event organized by Aruba World Championship, it claimed to pay out $200,000 as winning a prize of final table. The event was organized in 2016, and the organizer asked the winning players that their amount will be played later. The organizers lied to the players that delay in payment is because of issues with the Government of Aruban.

The event was organized in the month of November and in the last of December, the winner poker players Stephen Deutsch, Joan Sandoval, John Ott, and Michael Lerner were told that they will receive their respective payment later because of some issues. An email was sent to all the players and informed that funds weren’t available and some arrangement will be done for that soon. more