Poker News: Draymond Green on Poker After Black, Bardah Survivor Loss
This week’s poker news starts us off by having a poker professional who is good at surviving the poker tables but not reality shows. Poker pro Ronnie Bardah was already booted from Survivor an additional effort that is disappointing poker professionals in the show.
Poker Pro Bardah Kicked Out On Very First Survivor Episode
Poker Ronnie that is professional Bardah known for their instincts and capacity to read his opponents. However, those abilities apparently didn’t translate in his stint that is first on reality television show Survivor. Bardah was booted off the show in the very first episode regarding the latest season once the tribe made their decision.
According to Bardah, he knew that which was coming before it even happened after picking right on up tells from his opponents which he was in trouble. Apparently, Bardah didn’t pick up those clues quickly enough doing any such thing about it or to change their minds before they casted their deciding votes. The 36-year-old World Series of Poker bracelet champion therefore the record holder for the absolute most consecutive cashes into the WSOP main event was kicked out of their tribe for a vote that is 7-2.
Bardah was the poker that is fourth to appear on the show over the years. He followed in the footsteps of Jean-Robert Ballande, Garrett Adelstein, and Anna Khait. Adelstein and Khait in particular both suffered early exits from the show too.
Poker News: Bohdanov Wins, James Chen WSOP Europe, Dash Dudley
This week’s poker news focuses on three big winners from the week that is past. Let us take a good look at the events that are recent roundup the outcomes. Renad Bohdanov, James Chen, and Dash Dudley each wins that are notched week in poker tournaments around the world.
Bohdanov Wins 350 Euro No-Limit Hold’em ‘Opener’ Event
We’ve broken the ice into the 2019 World Series of Poker event in its European schedule. Renat Bohdanov has claimed the win that is first making the very first gold bracelet passed out. Bohdanov emerged from a field of 1,011 entries to win the 350 Euro No-Limit Hold’em ‘Opener’ Event, capturing their gold that is first-ever bracelet the process. The 34-year-old from Ukraine earned $59,546 USD to take home the top prize in the competition. He additionally obtained a 10,300 Euro ticket in to the future 5 million euro guaranteed event that is main.
Besides the reward money and the ticket into the event that is main Bohdanov was awarded 384 Card Player Player of the season points. The top three finishers at this event each cleared $25K USD. Norbert Mosonyi won $36,754 for his runner-up finish while Eyal Bensimhon took home $25,958 USD for placing third only at that event.
Chen Wins World Series Of Poker Europe 250K Euro Super High Roller
How about $3 million for a week’s work? That’s just how Taiwanese poker pro James Chen is feeling after winning the planet number of Poker 250K Euro buy-in no-li Continue reading