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Buying pieces of some of the best online poker players in the world as they chase down riches from PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker is going to send somebody to Las Vegas with a chance to win hundreds of thousands of their own. Each month StakeKings.com offers a leaderboard that tracks how well those buying pieces do. They’ve stepped up big for May’s leaderboard to take full advantage of the heavier-than-usual online poker schedule. The top nine finishers this month will be entered into an online sit-n-go, streamed live on Twitch, that pays the ultimate winner a a $1,500 Mon
Ethan Brandenburg doesn’t have the bankroll to play $100,000 super high roller events. As a school teacher in New Jersey, he probably needs to save for several years to even dream of putting up that kind of money. With the rise of staking websites, Brandenburg is able to buy small pieces of players in an effort to get in on the action without risking huge sums of money to play himself. He frequently buys action on StakeKings.com and has done well for himself buying action of pros that post packages on the site. His biggest score came when he had a piece of Charlie Carrel in the Pok
The 2017 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker wraps up this weekend with the flagship event of the series, the SCOOP Main Event. Many poker players and fans might find themselves unable to play for a myriad of reasons, but they can still find themselves in action. Some of the world's top online poker players are selling SCOOP Main Event packages on StakeKings.com including Jeff Gross, Doug Polk and former #1-ranked player, Chris 'Gettin Daize' Oliver. StakeKings, as the name suggests, is a staking site that allows fans and investors anywhere in the world to buy a percentage of a
[caption width="640"] A little over one year after launching, StakeKings co-founder Tyler Hancock has seen the company grow to be a respected part of the poker community.[/caption] Buying and selling pieces of poker players has a long, storied history. While some of that history includes fantastic moments, like Joe Cada hugging his backer, Cliff Josephy, as the dealer dealt the river card sealing Cada’s 2009 WSOP Main Event victory, there’s also been horror stories of players overselling, taking a stake from a backer and then disappearing or flat out refusing to pay after a big score. O