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Which Football Player F*&ked Me in DraftKings' Millionaire Maker Contest

Sasha Salinger breaks down the fantasy relevance of NFL players during Week 1 of football season. Some heavy hitters disappointed and some players that were written off made a huge impact. DraftKings features a $20 buy-in daily fantasy football contest with a $1 million first place prize. See what players you needed to draft to win $1 million and which players prevented you from winning $1 million on DraftKings. See what risky football player paid off and which players were a total fantasy bust.

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World Series Champs Houston Astros Poker Night

The 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros partner with Global Poker to host a Poker Night that no one will soon forget. The SWAG is flowing and one person will win the opportunity to throw the first pitch at an Astros game at Minute Maid Park! Another sit and go winner will get a Hospitality suite for them and their nine friends. Baseball and poker seem to be a perfect match. Stay tuned for the upcoming Poker Night in San Francisco with the Giants.

For more on the fastest growing poker site in the US check out: https://globalpoker.com/

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Why Are There Miles of Tunnels Underground in Downtown Houston?

While in Houston for the Global Poker and Astros Poker Night, Sarah Herring heads out to explore the mystery behind Downtown’s 6-7 miles of underground tunnels. The tunnels are climate controlled, contain restaurants, shops, gyms, and more, and connect more than 95 city blocks. Where did they come from? Why are they there? Who is in them? Herring talks to people in the underground system to get the story.

To play on the fastest growing site in the US check out: https://globalpoker.com/

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Why Your Are Losing at PLO with Ryan Laplante

WSOP Bracelet winner Ryan Laplante breaks down the biggest mistakes he sees beginner PLO players making. Laplante shares his insights to take your Pot Limit Omaha to the next level. It doesn’t matter is you are playing the World Series of Poker or are playing Joey Ingram online, these tips will make you money.

If you want to play poker be sure to check out: https://www.888poker.com/

Find more from Laplante here: pokerprotential.com or : https://.com/Protentialmn

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Top 5 Riskiest NFL Players of the 2018 Fantasy Football Season

With great risk can come great reward. Three wide receivers, one tight end, and one quarterback made our list of riskiest NFL players to draft in your season long 2018 fantasy football team. What makes a football player "risky?" We considered many factors including injury history, projected minutes, and volume of targets. All players on this list have a high ADP (average draft position) in mock drafts, meaning they’re highly skilled, highly desirable, but also, high risk players.

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India's First Sponsored FEMALE Professional Poker Player Muskan Sethi (part 2)

Muskan Sethi explains the allure of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. What is it about the WSOP that brings in people from all over the globe to compete for the elusive bracelet? Since there are so few live tournaments in India, Sethi explains that the volume of events plus the talent of players at the World Series of Poker make for a busy summer. In 2017 and 2018, there were a total of 3 India born bracelet winners. Sethi examines whether "Indians" will be the next "Germans" of poker.

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NEW PokerStars Team India Professional Poker Player Muskan Sethi (Part One)

In April of 2018, one of the world’s largest online poker sites, PokerStars, signed Indian female poker player Muskan Sethi as one of their Team India Pros. sat down with Sethi at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas to learn a little bit more about this poker player from New Delhi. With a population of over 1.3 billion people, India has become the focus of the poker industry. Sethi discusses the attitude towards poker in her home country and how she and her fellow PokerStars Team India Pro Aditya Agarwal hope to grow the game.

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So THAT Happened: Kelly Minkin's 5-bet BLUFF

This weeks’ "So THAT Happened" focuses on all the funny, unusual, and dramatic events that took place at the SHRPO tournament series at the Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida. Sasha Salinger checks in with Kelly Minkin, Danielle Anderson, Lily Kiletto, Dan Smith, Phil Hui, Nick Palma, and more!

This post is sponsored by Global Poker. Play today at GlobalPoker.com and see why Global Poker is the fastest growing poker site for US players! Global Poker is available to players in the United States and Canada.

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Wai Leong is Happy to Get 2nd Place in the Record Breaking Triton Poker Jeju Main Event!

The record breaking Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Main Event attracted the biggest names in the poker world. Phil Ivey, Patrik Antonius, Bryn Kenney, David Peters, and Jason Koon all shelled out over $250K to play the exclusive Triton Poker Main Event Jeju. It was poker player Mikita Badziadouski who won the event for $5.2 million. Find out what Leong thinks of his opponent by watching below!

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Mikita Badziakouski Wins Back to Back Triton Poker Main Event Titles

Mikita Badziakouski wins the Triton Super High Roller Main event for $5,255,456. After winning the Triton Main Event three months ago in Montenegro, Badziakouski returned to the Triton Super High Roller Series in Jeju, South Korea. He topped the 55-entry competition including Jason Koon, David Peters, Bryn Kenney, Sam Greenwood, Phil Ivey, and several other top poker players. This is Badsziakouski’s biggest live tournament score. He breaks down the pivotal hand in the tournament that doubled him up and led him to this historic win!

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$10+ Million in Poker Tournament Winnings Since January!

Poker player Jason Koon has had quite a 2018. So far this year Koon has $9.7 million in poker tournament winnings. However, with a guarantee cash of $820K in the Triton Super High Roller Series Main Event, Jason Koon is going to have cashed for EIGHT figures so far this year. Despite those astounding tournament numbers, Koon talks to about his love for cash games and why he finds them more laid back than tournament poker. As we have come to find out this week, Triton Hold ‘Em (aka short deck poker) has been the most popular poker varietal here in Jeju. The buy-ins for that game can vary and Koon explains why.
Be sure to watch the Twitch live stream of the Triton Super High Roller Series Main Event to see who will take down the first place prize of $5.2 MILLION: twitch.tv/tritonpoker

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Biggest 1st Place Prize in a Triton Poker Tournament!

The Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Main Event in Jeju, South Korea will pay the winner $5.2 million. The buy-in for the Triton Poker Main Event was approximately $255K. Registration was open through the third level of day two, which encouraged several professional poker players like Bryn Kenney and David Peters to rebuy. Jason Koon has played his way into the money after firing four bullets into the tournament. The final 6 will play down to a winner on Wednesday, August 1st live on the Triton Poker Twitch stream which can be found at: twitch.tv/tritonpoker

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Sam Greenwood's First $1 MILLION Buy-In Cash Game

Sam Greenwood is normally seen at the biggest buy-in poker tournaments all over the world. However, at the Triton High Roller Series in Jeju, Greenwood hopped into the $1 million buy-in televised cash game. These were the highest stakes cash game that Greenwood had ever played. also gets the answers on several NON poker related questions from Greenwood including if he is rooting for new Toronto Raptor Kawhi Leonard or still loyal to Demar Derozan. Does he think Dan "Jungleman" Cates is the most fun person to play poker with? Or Jungleman the luckiest? Watch to find out!

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Is Kenneth Kee the Best Triton Hold 'Em Player in the World?

Kenneth Kee won the 1 Million HKD Triton Hold ‘Em Tournament for $2.86 million. He beat out a final table of pros like Mikita Badziakouski and Peter Jetten. He defeated businessman and Poker Go founder Cary Katz to take down his first high stakes poker tournament win. Kee’s win comes on the heels of his 2nd place finish in the HKD 100K Triton Hold ‘Em tournament for $168,140.

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Bryn Kenney UNCENSORED

Bryn Kenney gets chatty with after busting his first bullet of the Triton Super High Roller Series $250K Main Event. He showed up on day one wearing a bathrobe and ready to talk about his confidence in all card games, including Triton "short deck" Hold ‘Em. He has a very specific goal he wants to achieve in poker. Watch to find out what it is

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Why Did Andrew Robl Withdraw from the $300K Super High Roller Bowl?

From a list of 61 players, only 30 were selected by lottery to play the 2018 $300K Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas last May. Andrew Robl was the first poker player selected by lottery, securing a spot in the elusive $300K event. However, less than a week before the event, it was announced that poker player Steffen Sontheimer would take Andrew Robl’s place. Why didn’t Robl play the Super High Roller Bowl at the PokerGo studio in Las Vegas? Was it an issue wiring money for the tournament? Did he lose interest in playing? Watch to find out!

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Must See Erotic Sculpture Park in Jeju, South Korea

Jeju Island is home to Love Land park, a themed sculpture park based on sensuality and eroticism. Of course, this was a must see for Sasha Salinger. The beautiful park has erotic sculptures by 20 artists. See some of the highlights from Love Land from the goofy to the explicit. Love Land is for visitors 18+ due to the graphic nature of some of their content.

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What's Wrong with No Limit Texas Hold 'Em According to Tom "Durrrr" Dwan

One of the most famous poker players in the world, Tom "Durrrr" Dwan, explains what’s wrong with playing Texas Hold ‘Em live . He much prefers Triton Hold ‘Em (aka short deck poker). Dwan primarily plays high stakes cash games in Macau. He explains why he wants to keep recreational players in the game and what else is wrong with tournament poker.

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Randy "Nanonoko" Lew Reveals New Triton Hold 'Em Poker Strategies

Randy Lew, known as "Nanonoko" on Twitch, has been the go to commentator for the new poker varietal "Triton Hold ‘Em" (also known as "short deck poker.") catches up with Lew in Jeju, South Korea for the Triton Super High Roller Series. He explains basic Triton Hold ‘Em strategy as well as how the game has evolved since the tournament series in Montenegro last May. Triton Hold ‘Em continues to evolve and Lew enjoys watching the changing game and its most notable players. He also talks about what it’s like watching Phil Ivey and Tom "Durrrrr" Dwan play on the live stream, since it is so rare to see them play tournament poker.
Don’t forget to catch Randy "Nanonoko" Lew and Lex Valdhuis on the Triton Poker Twitch Stream:
twitch.tv/tritonpoker

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Over 1 BILLION WON for poker player David Peters

David Peters won the Triton Super High Roller Series HK$500K 6-Max No Limit Hold ‘Em Event for over $1 Billion Korean Won (about $1.1 million USD). The bubble last a couple of hours because 5th place paid $0 while 4th place paid $250K! It was a tough final table featuring some of the worlds best poker players including Steve O ‘Dwyer, Stephen Chidwick, and Bryn Kenney. However, it was Peters who defeated them all and took home his first Triton Poker trophy. Peters entered heads up play with a 2:1 chip deficit to Steve O ‘Dwyer, but slowly grinder it out and, ultimately, took home first place.

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"I'm One of the Best Baccarat Players in the World"- JC Alvarado

Poker player J.C. Alvarado explains why he didn’t play poker most of the summer. After some time off, he flew to Jeju, South Korea for the Triton Super High Roller Series. He opted out of the last Triton series to play online poker, and we ask how he chooses his online versus live poker schedule. He also reveals some of his Baccarat tips and tricks. Baccarat is a very popular table game in asian casinos. He explains his superstitions and what makes it so fun to play.

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Rui Cao: One of the Best Triton Hold 'Em Players in the World

Well-known high stakes cash game poker player, Rui Cao, is making his mark in the Triton Super High Roller Series Triton Hold ‘Em events. Triton Hold ‘Em, or short deck poker, has become the newest game of interest for Cao. He is regarded as one of the best short deck players in the world. Find out how he finds Triton Hold ‘Em cash games different from Triton Hold ‘Em tournaments.

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Ivan Leow Wins $1 MILLION in the HK $500K Triton Hold 'Em Event

Ivan Leow from Malaysia scored his biggest live tournament cash by winning the Triton Super High Roller Series Triton Hold ‘Em Event for $1,079,209. He is not a professional poker player and has no experience playing the cash game version of Triton Hold ‘Em. He final tabled the first Triton Hold ‘Em event at the Triton High Roller Series in Jeju, South Korea. He beat Rui Cao heads up and outlasted fellow final tablemates Jason Koon and Tom Dwan. Nick Schulman won the HK$100,000 Triton Hold ‘Em tournament earlier in the series.

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Nick Schulman Wins the $100,000 HDK Triton Poker Short Deck Poker Tournament

catches a stunned and grateful Nick Schulman after he wins the Triton Super High Roller 100,000 HKD Short Deck poker tournament. Schulman, who had no previous experience with the new popular poker varietal, outlasted a field of 61 entries to claim the HKD 2,135,000 first-place prize (more than $272,000). The short deck poker craze was born in Macau and has been trending all over Asia. Ben Lamb, who is also a newcomer to short deck poker, also cashed this event.

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