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  1. The €10,300 EPT Prague High Roller came to a conclusion on Tuesday after a dominating final table performance by Denmark’s Henrik Hecklen propelled him to take home the €503,700 first-place prize and title of EPT High Roller Champion. Hecklen did the majority of the work at the final table himself, eliminating six of his final seven opponents. In the end, Hecklen secured his career-high live cash by besting one of Germany’s most formidable players in Ole Schemion in a lengthy heads-up match. Before that occurred, there was a tough final table that needed to be dealt with. With the elimination of Anton Yakyba in ninth place, the final eight players got down to the business of finishing off the final table. The first to fall was Australia’s Michael Addamo. After losing a big hand to Hecklen earlier, Addamo had been surviving on a short stack. The pair clashed again on Addamo’s final hand. Heckled opened with the [poker card="8s"][poker card="8d"] and from the big blind, Addamo moved in holding [poker card="ah"][poker card="kh"]. Heckling called and the Addamo needed to catch to survive. The board ran out [poker card="9s"][poker card="8h"][poker card="7c"][poker card="7s"]94h], leaving Addamo drawing dead on the turn. He finished in eighth place for €63,310, his third cash of EPT Prague. Right behind Addamo, the Netherlands’ Jasper Meijer Van Putten was put to the test. Hecklen again made the open and Van Putten three-bet his short stack all-in from the big blind with [poker card="ad"][poker card="3h"]. Hecklen, going for his second knockout in under 10 minutes, made the call with [poker card="kc"][poker card="th"]. The flop fell [poker card="9d"][poker card="jh"][poker card="6h"] giving Hecklen a gutshot straight draw, but keeping Van Putten in the lead. The turn was gin for Hecklen, the [poker card="qs"] and it left Van Putten drawing dead. The [poker card="4s"] completed the board and Van Putten headed for the cage to collect his €86,170 for seventh place. Next, it was Tomas Paiva’s turn to tangle with Hecklen. From under the gun, Paiva shipped just under 20bbs with [poker card="9s"][poker card="9h"]. In the hijack, Hecklen reshoved, covering Paiva and holding [poker card="qc"][poker card="qs"]. The board provided no drama for Hecklen, running out six-high. Paiva earned a career-high cash of €117,340 for his sixth-place finish. After a break, the final five players were back at it and so was Hecklen, who had another final table confrontation. Canada’s Daviel Dvoress put in a raise with [poker card="as"][poker card="9s"] and was three-bet by Hecklen. The flop came [poker card="kd"][poker card="ac"][poker card="5d"]. Hecklen bet, Dvoress call and they saw the turn of the [poker card="5c"]. Hecklen led again, Dvoress called again. The river was the [poker card="8s"] and Hecklen, covering Dvoress shoved. Dvoress tank called and Hecklen turned over the [poker card="ah"][poker card="ks"] for top two pair, eliminating Dvoress in fifth place for €155,010. While Hecklen was busy knocking out opponents, Alexandre Reard was busy doubling up. He actually did that a few times to climb out of critical condition and back into contention. After crippling defending Prague High Roller champion Danny Tang in a hand just minutes prior, Reard finished the job. Tang shoved his short stack from under the gun with [poker card="ks"][poker card="8s"] and Reard made the call from the big blind with [poker card="ac"][poker card="3s"]. The flop was [poker card="7c"][poker card="5c"][poker card="ts"] offering Tang some backdoor opportunities and Reard a nut flush possibility. The turn was the [poker card="js"] giving Tang some life. However the river was a hapless [poker card="7h"] and Tang who won this event last year, settled for fourth place and another €197,720 for his bankroll. Reard was making headway into Hecklen’s lead but then he ran into German legend Ole Schemion who was biding his time, looking for openings. Schemion and Reard clashed in all-in confrontation that led to Schemion doubling through Reard. Then Reard faced the same situation as four other players before him, a clash with Hecklen. Hecklen raised the button and Reard defending hold [poker card="6h"][poker card="6c"]. The flop came [poker card="4c"][poker card="kc"]p6s] and Reard check-called a bet from Hecklen. The turn was the [poker card="8h"], Reard check-called an even bigger bet from Hecklen. The river was the [poker card="9s"], Reard, holding a set, checked again, Hecklen thought and shoved, having Reard covered. Reard snap called with his set, however, it was Hecklen who was ahead since the turn, turning over the [poker card="7d"][poker card="5h"] for a straight. Reard’s valiant final table performance came to an end in third place for €244,950 pushing the Frenchman’s total live cash north of $2 million in his career. Hecklen, who has dominated the final table now faced his toughest challenge in that of Schemion. Holding a 5:1 chip lead when play began, Hecklen lost a few key hands early, allowing Schemion to double thru and, at one point, take the chip lead. However, Hecklen seemed destined to close out this tournament as he battled back to reclaim the chip lead. In the final hand, Schemion called on the button with [poker card="ad"][poker card="2c"] and Hecklen put in a raise with the [poker card="qs"][poker card="qc"]. Schemion waited a breath and moved all in only to be snap called by Hecklen. The board ran out clean for Hecklen - [poker card="ks"][poker card="3d"][poker card="4d"][poker card="6s"][poker card="kd"] - leaving the German phenom to settle for second place and €334,900. The result leaves Schemion just shy of $15 million in live total earnings. For his part Hecklin’s High Roller victory is the current money peak of his career and is his first live victory since winning the Estrellas High Roller at EPT Barcelona back in 2014. Hecklen earns €503,700 ($572,688) for the victory. PokerStars next stop will be at the 2019 PCA, which will include the $25K PSPC. The festival gets underway on January 6. EPT Prague High Roller Final Table Payouts Place Player Payout 1 Henrik Hecklen € 503,700 2 Ole Schemion € 334,900 3 Alexandre Reard € 244,950 4 Danny Tang € 197,720 5 Daniel Dvoress € 155,010 6 Tomas Paiva € 117,340 7 Michael Addamo € 86,170 8 Anton Yakuba € 63,310
  2. After tabulating the votes of over 130 Nomination Panel members, the Global Poker Index, along with their partner PokerCentral, has unveiled the nominations in thirteen of the 20 categories of the first ever Global Poker Awards. The awards are set to take place on April 5 at the PokerGO Studios in Las Vegas where poker players and industry members from 10 different nations will be represented in a wide variety of categories that aims to celebrate all aspects of the poker community. PocketFives is well represented within the nominees. The Fives Podcast is one of five nominees for Podcast of the Year and PocketFives' President & Editor in Chief Lance Bradley's book, The Pursuit of Poker Success, Here are the nominees, presented in alphabetical order: Tournament Performance of the Year Justin Bonomo (Super High Roller Bowl IV) John Cynn (2018 World Series of Poker Main Event) Maria Lampropulos (2018 PCA Main Event) Dylan Linde (WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic) Breakout Player of the Year Almedin ‘Ali’ Imsirovic Maria Konnikova Ping Liu Christopher Michael Soyza Streamer of the Year Jeff Gross Jason Somerville Jaime Staples Lex Veldhuis Vlogger of the Year Marle Cordeiro Joe Ingram Andrew Neeme Daniel Negreanu Doug Polk Podcast LFG Podcast PokerCentral Podcast PokerNews Podcast The Chip Race The Fives Poker Podcast Broadcaster Maria Ho Lon McEachern Nick Schulman Lex Veldhuis Poker Journalist Drew Amato Sarah Herring Remko Rinkema Christian Zetzsche Media Content Drew Amato (photo: Brunson bids farewell to WSOP) Lance Bradley (book: The Pursuit of Poker Success) Haley Hintze (article: Vayo v. PokerStars) PokerCentral/PokerGO (Super High Roller Club: Schulman featuring Nejad) Industry Person Angelical Hael (World Poker Tour) Cary Katz (Poker Central) Matt Savage (WPT, TDA) Ty Stewart (World Series of Poker) Rob Yong (Dusk Till Dawn, partypoker) Tournament Director Tony Burns (Seminole Hard Rock) Paul Campbell (ARIA) Jack Effel (World Series of Poker) Kenny Hallaert (Unibet Open) Mid-Major Tour/Circuit 888poker LIVE RUNGOOD Poker Series Unibet Open WPTDeepStacks WSOP Circuit Event of the Year partypoker Caribbean Poker Party Main Event Super High Roller Bowl IV WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic WSOP Main Event Moment of the Year Jeremy Hilsercop received PSPC Platinum Pass via Christmas Day viral video Joe Cada wins The Closer after finishing 5th in WSOP Main Event Doyle Brunson plays his final WSOP event Justin Bonomo wins Big One for One Drop, completing Super High Roller Streak In addition to the above categories, there are seven other awards that will be given out during the ceremony. Due to their results in 2018, Alex Foxen and Kristen Bicknell will each be receiving awards for the 2018 GPI Player of the Year and the 2018 Female Player of the Year respectively. Along with trophies for Foxen and Bicknell the following categories will be determined by the Global Poker Awards Jury: - Lifetime Achievement in Poker Award - Charitable Initiative - Jury Prize As has been the case in previous GPI award shows, the “people” will have a voice and will vote to award the People’s Choice Award for Poker Personality of the Year. Also, PocketFives will be handing out the PocketFives Legacy Award acknowledging a player who has come from the world of online poker to make major contributions to poker’s live tournament scene. The Global Poker Awards can be watched live on PokerGO on April 5.
  3. Poker vloggers let their audiences ride shotgun on their journey but keeping up to date on them can be a bit of a challenge. Each week, PocketFives brings you a selection of the very best so you can watch them all in a single session. Marle Cordeiro Wants Five Minutes of Your Time In case you've ever wanted to crack the code on what it takes to win at the low stakes cash game level, Marle Cordeiro has the answer to that question in this week's vlog. She also talks about a recent trip to Austin, Texas for her very first Meet Up Game. Brad Owen Takes on Hollywood Remember that scene in Rounders where Worm goes into a bit of a monologue while subtly asking Mike for a stake? Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme basically lived that out while in Hollywood. Owen and Neeme both bust a tournament at Hollywood Park Casino and Owen was a little short of the buy-in for a $5/$10 cash game. We'll let Owen take it from there. Live at the Bike Doesn't Go So Well for Johnnie Vibes Everybody has a rival. Johnnie Vibes is no different and this week he gets into the growing rivalry he has with Live at the Bike regular Francisco while also providing some analysis on the hands he played during the session. Things don't go well for Johnnie. The ALL IN Poker Vlog Heads to the Wynn For the past seven months, the ALL IN Poker Vlog has been going to different Las Vegas poker rooms to give fans at home a look at how each one is different. In this episode, he heads off to the Wynn Poker Room for the first time. This is definitely a vlog you're going to want to subscribe to if you plan on going to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker this summer. The Godfather Goes to Reno and Goes Quads vs. Quads Sometimes poker vloggers struggle to get good hands to talk about in their vlogs. Sometimes though, they win with quads over quads on a live-streamed tournament at Run It Up Reno. And of course, that happened to Andrew Neeme this week. To be honest, though, we're not entirely thrilled to see somebody losing with pocket fives here. It's still definitely worth watching.
  4. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Get all caught up with the latest news from the world of poker on another all-new episode of The FIVES Poker Podcast! This week Lance and Donnie are talking about the seemingly endless number of events taking place in online poker this week. Plus, popular poker player/vlogger/personality Marle Cordeiro has filed her own lawsuit in the state of Nevada against Mike Postle in connection with the alleged cheating that took place during the Stones Live cash games at the Stones Gambling Hall in California. Subscribe to The FIVES wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts to make sure that you never miss an episode. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts * Google Podcasts * Stitcher
  5. Already facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit in one state because of his alleged cheating in the Stones Live cash games, Mike Postle is now the subject of a federal lawsuit in another state. Marle Cordeiro filed a lawsuit against Postle this week in Nevada, seeking a quarter-million dollars in punitive damages plus three times the amount of money she lost to Postle in the live-streamed cash games at Stones Gambling Hall, as well as all legal fees. The first lawsuit, filed in California in October 2019 seeks $30 million on behalf of a number of poker players who were allegedly cheated by Postle. The latest lawsuit alleges Postle was in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, committed fraud, negligent misrepresentation, and negligence per se. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The suit details one particular hand Cordeiro and Postle played together on the live stream as a means of demonstrating Postle's cheating. On September 21, 2019 Cordeiro was playing $10/$25/$50 NLHE and was dealt the [poker card="qs"][poker card="td"] and raised to $150. Postle defended his big blind with [poker card="qd"][poker card="jh"]. After the [poker card="jd"][poker card="9d"][poker card="8s"] flop, Postle check-called Cordeiro's bet of $200. The turn was the [poker card="4s"] and Postle check-folded to Cordeiro's bet of $600. The lawsuit points to the live stream commentator who "exclaimed, "It doesn't make sense!" and claims that Postle's fold in this spot "is only attributable to his tortious conduct." In total, the lawsuit mentions 68 sessions between July 2018 and September 2019 in which Postle played on the Stones Live live stream and is alleged to have cheated. The lawsuit points out Postle was a winner in 94% of the sessions he played and points out that "such a winning percentage, under these confined circumstances in a streamed environment, is not known to have ever been achieved by any other poker player...". The filing details the allegations against Postle that he used a cell phone placed in his lap, out of the view of other players, to receive information regarding the hole cards of other players from a "confederate" working on the live stream broadcast. Postle is the only defendant named in this filing, but the California lawsuit listed Postle, as well as King’s Casino, the owner of the Stones Gambling Hall, and Justin Kuraitis, the Stones Tournament Director who was also responsible for the management of the streaming operation, as defendants. Earlier this year, King's Casino filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, claiming that the "lawsuit reflects the oldest complaint of gamblers – that their lack of success means they were cheated".
  6. On Saturday, April 11, Run It Once Poker is hosting a 32-player heads-up tournament in an effort to raise money for coronavirus (COVID-19) relief. The initiative will raise money for GiveDirectly COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to support low-income families in Las Vegas, Nevada. For every player who plays a hand on Phil Galfond’s Run It Once Poker on Saturday, April 11, the site will donate €10 to the relief fund. So fire up some Run It Once Poker on Saturday, play some hands, and help the site raise as much money as possible. Further assisting in this effort is Dan Smith’s Double Up Drive, which has pledged $250,000 in matching funds. The tournament will feature 16 popular poker professionals. Galfond, Smith, Parker Talbot, John Cynn, Jamie Kerstetter, and Marle Cordeiro are some of the confirmed players. The other 16 spots are open to the public and will be selected based on charitable donations. Eight spots will go to the eight people who make the largest donations between now and Thursday, April 9, at 23:59 UTC. The other eight spots will be randomly awarded and selected from people who make a donation of any amount between now and Thursday, April 9, at 23:59 UTC. The event will be hosted in one of Run It Once Poker’s testing environments, so players from the US, Italy, Spain, and other countries regularly restricted to real-money play on Run It Once Poker will be able to play. For details on the tournament and information on how you can donate, head over to the event’s dedicated page. The winner of the tournament will take home all the bragging rights as well as access to Run It Once Training’s A-Game Poker Masterclass, three months of RIO’s Elite plan, and three months access to RIO’s Vision GTO Trainer. The tournament will be broadcast on the Run It Once Poker Twitch channel starting on Saturday, April 11, at 16:00 UTC. Joe Stapleton, David Tuchman, and Henry Kilbane will handle the event’s commentary.
  7. The legal battle in the ongoing cases against California-based poker player Mike Postle in connection with cheating allegations during the Stones Live cash games took another interesting turn this week. Postle is being accused of using a ghostwriter in his Motion to Dismiss the California case he faces against Veronica Brill and other named plaintiffs. Also, in an entirely separate matter, Postle is being accused of dodging service in the Nevada case brought by poker player Marle Cordeiro. On Tuesday, April 28 Maurice ‘Mac’ VerStandig, lead counsel for Veronica Brill and the other named plaintiffs in the lawsuit against Mike Postle, filed a pair of motions in federal court of the Eastern District of California in opposition to a previously filed Motion to Dismiss by Postle in late March. In the 36-page Opposition Motion to Postle’s Motion to Dismiss, Plaintiff’s counsel reinforced their arguments against Postle, bringing back the allegations of cheating while deconstructing Postle’s Motion to Dismiss in an effort to make sure the case will proceed. In a second California filing, VerStandig is asking for sanctions against Postle, accusing him of using a ghostwriter in filing his Motion to Dismiss. Alleged in VerStandig’s filed Motion for Sanctions, the Motion to Dismiss filing submitted and signed by Postle, who is not officially represented by a lawyer at this time, was “actively violating the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure” by either using a ghostwriter or, worse, plagiarizing another Motion to Dismiss filed by a lawyer known by Postle. While using ghostwriting in legal settings is not against the law, there are ethical concerns when a lawyer provides services without providing their name. “This case concern’s Mr. Postle’s representations he was honestly playing games of poker on his own when, in fact, he was cheating as such games with the help of one or more unidentified confederates. Unfortunately, it now appears his approach to this litigation is identical, as he purports to be a pro se litigant but is, in fact, having court papers ghostwritten by one or more unidentified attorneys.” The document alleges that the Motion to Dismiss the case submitted by Postle on March 25 was a “cleanly-drafted document, replete with citations to controlling law” in perfect format. That’s something VerStandig alleges Postle, who submitted the document under his own name, simply couldn’t do on his own without any legal background. The Motion for Sanctions then cites Postle’s relationship with attorney William Portanova who, while not formally representing Postle, was named as his attorney in an article in The Sacramento Bee. It compares the similarities between a Motion to Dismiss filed by Portanova in a totally unrelated case and Postle’s Motion to Dismiss, alleging that Postle either used Portanova as a ghostwriter or used it unauthorized. Citing numerous accounts of California courts discussing the ethics of ghostwriting, including a ruling that called it a “serious ethical breach”, the Plaintiffs counsel asked for the striking of Postle’s original filing and for him to essentially be instructed to file his own work or, if he has an attorney of record, to them be named and appear in court. At the same time, on Monday, VerStandig, representing poker player Marle Cordero in Nevada, filed a Motion for Alternative Service after alleging that Postle has “thus far avoided nine (9) separate efforts by a process server” as well as ignoring four emails and Twitter messages. In addition to direct contact, VerStandig reached out to and connected with Postle's mother to ask her to reach out to him to check his e-mail. Being unable to serve Postle through traditional means, VerStandig is looking for the court to serve Postle via FedEx to his home, via email and social media as a means that “will satisfy the rigors of governing law” and allow the case to proceed.
  8. The legal volleying in the Mike Postle cheating scandal continued this week as two of the defendants sent the ball back in the direction of Veronica Brill and the 87 other plaintiffs. On Monday, King’s Casino Management Corp., the owner of Stones Gambling Hall, and Justin Kuraitis each filed separate motions to dismiss the recently amended complaints filed by the Brill's legal team. This is the latest development in the case which began in October 2019 when Mike Postle, Kuraitis, and Stones Gambling Hall were the subjects of a lawsuit brought by Brill and what was then 25 other plaintiffs which sought $30 million in damages after allegations of cheating by Postle in the Stones Live cash games came to light. In March, Stones filed an initial motion to dismiss where they built their argument centered around the argument that the lawsuit "reflects the oldest complaint of gamblers – that their lack of success means they were cheated." In early April, Postle was sued in Nevada by Marle Cordeiro for $30 million in damages. Two weeks ago, Mac Ver Standig, counsel for the 88 plaintiffs in California and Cordeiro in Nevada, filed motions in both states accusing Postle of using a ghostwriter in California and dodging service in the Nevada case. In their latest motion to dismiss, Stones' legal team claims that Brill et al failed to "articulate facts or law to support their claims" in the amended complaint filed in late March. The motion points out three specific reasons to dismiss: gambling losses are not considered damages under California law, the plaintiffs failed to "identify facts to cure the defects" in the amended complaint, and that plaintiffs were unable to counter any arguments or citations made by Stones in their initial response. "Plaintiffs have already had an opportunity to amend to address the concerns raised by Stones. In 56 pages, Plaintiffs failed to identify additional allegations they could make that would state claims for relief. They should not be granted leave to amend," the motion reads. Stones claims the complexity of a single hand of poker makes it nearly impossible to determine whether a particular player would have won or lost a particular hand and that properly assigning damages is subsequently impossible. "Plaintiffs cannot provide an accurate picture of their likelihood of winning because of the multitude of independent factors influencing how a hand of poker unfolds. They do not describe even a single hand in any detail, and the act of describing such a hand would make clear the impossibility of assessing proximate causation." Stones continues to ask the court to dismiss the libel complaint brought by Brill regarding a tweet sent from the official Stones Live Poker account in the aftermath of initial allegations against Postle being made public. The motion asks the court to dismiss the libel charge because "Stones did not, as Plaintiffs suggest, make “a public statement – that Ms. Brill’s allegations about Mr. Postle were ‘completely fabricated.’” The tweet generically referred to “allegations.”" Lawyers for Kuraitis, the Stones Tournament Director who was also responsible for the management of the streaming operation, took a similar stance and also claim in their motion that California law prevents gamblers from seeking resolution in court to any dispute regarding losses suffered at a casino. His lawyers also took issue with Brill's legal team citing cases "from two centuries ago". "On hands that defendant Postle won; he was the person who was “damaged”, not plaintiffs. On hands that defendant Postle lost, plaintiffs would not suffer damages, and certainly not damages proximately caused by any alleged cheating."
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