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  1. In Nevada, WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with seven major events including the WSOP $10,000 Main Event Qualifier, Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee, and the Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday. WSOP.com had 382 runners vying for the 50 available prizes totaling $45,200. One of the events was a $215 buy-in with the top prize of an entry to the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event worth $10,000. The player with the highest individual prize this weekend on WSOP.com was DiaperChangerin the WSOP Main Event Qualifier, winning a $10,000 seat into the Main Event. This was his first cash of
  2. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of their events exceeded the guarantees. There were 236 runners with a total prize pool of $17,000. Two players who won a $1,500 ticket to an event at the 2014 WSOP were Forthekidsand Kryptonite1. The player with the highest cash win was ATLienwith a payout of $1,529 for taking down Friday night's event. ATLien is no stranger to these events, having made 12 final tables and winning three of the $3,00
  3. This weekend in the PartyPoker/Borgata Poker$50,000 Guarantee Sunday Major, a familiar face was seen in the winner's circle. Mike Azzaro, who plays as MikeyCasino, outlasted a field of 304 runners to win the tournament, taking home $11,248. If you recall, Azzaro won the Party/Borgata $50,000 Guarantee on December 1 and then again on December 8 for a total of $15,140. Friday night saw two PocketFivers finish in the top two spots in the Party/Borgata $10K Guarantee. The winner was finally (finallyon PocketFives), who pocketed $2,328 after a chop with fellow PocketFiver RedsoxNets5 (RedsoxNets
  4. In Nevada, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 249 runners with a total prize pool of 18,025, paying a total of 33 spots. The players with the highest valued prizes won were ZenTrainand Bob_Loblaw, each winning a $1,500 seat to an upcoming WSOP event. The player with the highest cash win was luckisreal (pictured), with a payout of $1,479 for taking down Tuesday night's event. Hecashed in Thursday's event for $555 a
  5. In April 2013, Ultimate Pokerdealt the first hand of regulated online poker in the US to much fanfare. Only a year-and-a-half later, the Station Casinos-owned venture announced that it was closing up shop in Nevada and New Jersey, citing a difficult regulatory environment and disappointing revenues. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by William Hill Poker, one of the largest skins on the iPoker Network. The poker room offers a generous welcome package including a 200% deposit bonus up
  6. PocketFives had the opportunity to chat with one of our newest members, Butters. He lives in Nevada and has been successfully grinding on both WSOP.com and Ultimate Poker, two of the regulated sites in the state. Butters' body of work speaks for itself. Earning over $44,000 from both sites in games with payouts of $1,000 or more for first place is not the only place you will find him grinding. Most nights, Butters is playing in an average of eight or nine tournaments. He even plays in the guaranteed PLO Hi/Lo tournaments that run every other day on WSOP.com. Visit PocketFives' Nevada poker
  7. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran all four $3,000 events as scheduled. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 305 runners for a total prize pool of 21,675 and 55 spots being paid. The player with the highest cash win was freezerwith a payout of $1,638 for taking down Thursday night's event. freezer cashed in seventh place last Thursday and second place last Friday and has over $6,400 in winnings to date this year. This week, Ultimate Poker held four tournaments, the $2,000 Nightly events. There were 107 runners generating a prize pool of $11,739 and paying a total of 18 sp
  8. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 304 runners with a total prize pool of 21,325 and 34 spots being paid. The players with the highest valued prizes won were kudos1017, Super00tilt, and BuZGoaT, each winning a $1,500 seat to a WSOP event. The player with the highest cash win was Sgt.Pepper with a payout of $1,580 for taking down Monday's event. Special mention this week goes to PocketFives member Butt
  9. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 252 runners with a total prize pool of $17,950 vying for 33 prizes. The players with the highest valued prizes won were Acquittal, IBEENGrindN, and MikeRoLoVe, each winning a $1,500 seat to an upcoming 2014 WSOP event. The player with the highest cash win was FromBehindwith a payout of $1,377 for taking down Thursday's event. With nine cashes this y
  10. In Nevada, WSOP.comkicked off its weekend with seven major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee. WSOP.com had 414 runners vying for the 54 available prizes, totaling $40,075. One of the events was a $215 buy-in with the top prize of an entry to the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event worth $10,000. It was won by zOMGBobChowand is the first time we have seen this player on a final table. The player with the highest individual cash this weekend on WSOP.com was PocketFives' own CindrllaMan (pictured) in the Sunday $15,000 event. He is no str
  11. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the $3,000 daily events exceeded their guarantees. There were 231 runners with a total prize pool of $16,000. The players with the highest valued prizes won were BShriever5 and butters, each getting a $1,500 seat to a 2014 WSOP event. BShriever5 continued to add on to his number of cashes, now at 21, and has won over $19,000 to date, not counting his five cashes in the lower guarantee events. Not to be o
  12. This week, PocketFives caught up with The Agnostic(pictured), who had a terrific week on Ultimate Poker, taking down both the Sunday $10,000 and Event 5 of the Big 25 series. All told, he has nine cashes in the last eight days for a total payday of $7,600. Playing mostly Pot Limit Omaha cash games until a month ago, he decided to try out the tournament side of poker. The Agnostic has resided in Nevada since 1999, living in a small town outside of Carson City. He recently joined our Nevada poker community. PocketFives: Where do you like to play poker online? The Agnostic: I only play
  13. This week in New Jersey, Borgata/PartyPokerran its nightly $10K Guarantee, with first place paying out as much as $2,200. PocketFiver Mike Gags30Gagliano bested a field of 120 runners to take down the Boragata/PartyPoker $10K on Monday. He took home $2,184 for his efforts. Also making the final table that day was Scott Pendergrast (mindwise on PocketFives), who finished in third place, pocketing $1,201. As a reminder, Borgata Poker results are now being tracked by PocketFives dating back to March 4 and will count toward the Online Poker Rankings for New Jersey players. Enter your Borgata
  14. We are seeing a lot of new names on both regulated Nevada poker sites for the first time and wonder if this is the result of the Full Tilt Poker remission process. We will try to see if any of these players are willing to share their stories with us. WSOP.com ran three of its $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to any 2014 World Series of Poker $1,500 event. All of their events exceeded the guarantees. There were 262 runners vying for 33 prizes totaling $15,975. The players with the highest valued prizes won were PokerStars an
  15. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran all four $3,000 events as scheduled. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 265 runners for a total prize pool of $19,628. Five PocketFives members cashed for $3,045 collectively. The player with the highest cash was Fade2Blackwith a payout of $1,622 for taking down Tuesday night's event. Fade2Black min-cashed on Wednesday night's event for $133 and now has winnings of over $22,000 for the year. This week, Ultimate Poker held three of its four scheduled tournaments, the $2,000 Nightly events. There were 70 runners generating a prize po
  16. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 249 runners with a total prize pool of $18,875. The players with the highest valued prizes won were BShriever5and Dchiti, each winning a $1,500 seat to an upcoming WSOP event. It was the second straight week that BShriever5 won this event and the first time that we have seen Dchiti at a final table. BShriever5 has cashed 31 times and accumulated over $25,
  17. PocketFiver Jesse No_XcapeElliot (pictured) accomplished quite a feat recently. He made the final table of the Ultimate Poker $20,000 Guarantee Sunday Majorthree weekends in a row in New Jersey. He finished in third, eighth and first for a combined $7,877 in winnings. PocketFives caught up with Elliot to talk about his accomplishment. Check out our New Jersey poker community for more details. PocketFives: Congrats on winning the Ultimate Poker $20,000 Guarantee Sunday Major. How are you feeling about your win and about making the final table three straight Sundays? Jesse Elliot: Thanks!
  18. According to iGaming Businessand other reports, the regulated online poker sites in Nevada have amassed $8.5 million in revenue since their inception. Ultimate Poker, the first regulated online poker site in Nevada, launched on the last day of April 2013, nearly one year ago. Last September, WSOP.comjoined in the party, and in February, Real Gaming, which is affiliated with South Point, came online in a soft launch. According to iGaming Business, "Despite the introduction of a new online poker operator in February, the three websites were only able to generate $824,000 between them during
  19. In Nevada, WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with six major events including the Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee and the Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday. WSOP.com had 361 runners vying for the 48 available prizes totaling $42,650. One of the events was a $215 buy-in with the top prize of an entry to the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event worth $10,000. The player with the highest individual cash this weekend on WSOP.com was VPIHokie1970in the WSOP Main Event Qualifier, winning a $10,000 seat. Impressively, VPIHokie1970 also took down the $15,000 Sunday event, winning $4.560. Th
  20. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, it ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 243 runners with a total prize pool of $16,625 paid to 32 players. The players with the highest valued prizes won were needcashnow and MrBeaumont, each winning a $1,500 seat to a 2014 WSOP event. The player with the highest cash win was Dvalouevwith a payout of $1,464 for taking down Monday night's event. Surprisingly, even with the large WSOP ticket prizes
  21. In the Sunday $10K Guaranteed on Ultimate Poker in recent weeks, PocketFives' own Aaron lvkid7Bass banked $2,900 for finishing first out of 84 players. Bass is a regular contributor to PocketFives' Nevada poker community and so we wanted to get the inside scoop on the first regulated online poker market in the US and one of its frequent players. PocketFives: How are you feeling about your $2,900 cash in the Ultimate Poker $10K? Aaron Bass: I'm ecstatic. It's a tournament and I don't get to play a lot of those, so it's good to take down a big one when you have a chance. I don't have a
  22. This weekend in New Jersey online poker, PartyPoker/Borgata Pokerran ten tournaments that included the $50,000 Guarantee Sunday Major. Sean Sisco (siscoon PocketFives) won the $5,000 guarantee on Friday for $1,063. TastesRed (TasteRedon PocketFives) took down the $10,000 Guarantee on Saturday, pocketing $1,628. The winner of the $50,000 Guarantee Sunday major was Sveinbinder099, who chopped heads-up and banked $8,688. Over on WSOP.com, Tom_Morris (TheHighRoadon PocketFives) won the $10,000 Guarantee on Friday night, cashing for $2,791. Str8FlushGuyoutlasted a field of 123 runners to win t
  23. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 304 runners with a total prize pool of $20,825 and 44 spots paid. The players with the highest valued prizes were ucheckicheck, brokefinger, and tpax17, each winning a $1,500 seat to an upcoming WSOP event. The player with the highest cash win was DMFT34with a payout of $1,638 for taking down Thursday night's event for his first cash this year on event
  24. In Nevada, WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with five major events including the Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday. WSOP.com had 313 runners vying for the 40 available prizes totaling $41,475. Two events did not meet their guarantees; the Re-Entry and the World Series of Poker Main Event qualifier ended up with overlays totaling $2,150, creating more value for players. The player with the highest individual cash this weekend on WSOP.com was dicma in the WSOP Main Event Qualifier, winning a $10,000 seat into the 2014 Main Event. The player with the highest cash in a non-ticket event w
  25. With just over two months before the start of the 2014 WSOP, the battle for satellite seats is heating up, with many players trying to win multiple seats. These seats have no cash value and are not transferable, but offer entry to some of the most exciting events of this year's World Series of Poker. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 WSOP. All of the events exceeded the guarantees. There were 227 runners with a total prize pool of 17,050 and 31 spots being paid. T
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