Posts ByPete Carter, Author at BonusCodePoker - Page 3 of 7
Beginning Monday, PokerStars players will be charged a $65 “resort fee” each time they log-in to the poker room. New far-reaching benefits will include entry to the PokerStars spa and gym located in the Isle of Man as well as complimentary internet access.
This morning we learned that 3-time WSOP bracelet winner and steadfast curmudgeon Eskimo Clark passed nearly three years ago and we couldn’t be more beat up about it. What a man…and he owed me $500.
Doug Polk led the way with three American Poker Award nominations to the event that honors poker’s greatest. Polk’s grandma, who is over the moon about the news, has confirmed her attendance. “I’m just so proud.”
In an upcoming book probably unlikely to hit the New York Times Best Seller’s List, Erick Lindgren’s “Championship Poker: But First Can I Borrow Some Money” refrains from giving any poker advice while instead focusing on the fine art of borrowing money and how he’s good for it.
Comedian and PokerStars Team Pro Kevin Hart continues to make his impressive mark on the game of poker after it was announced that he will skip out on playing the WSOP this year so can instead devote himself full time in serving as the official 2018 WSOP card protector.
In the wake of departures from PokerStars pros Vanessa Selbst, Jason Mercier and Felipe Ramos, fellow pro Victor Ramdin has decided to lay low for awhile, no longer answering phone calls and choosing to leave his house through his bedroom window.
Close friends of Vanessa have told BCP on the condition of anonymity that the #1 female player of all-time was overheard in the bathroom the morning after her New Year’s Eve retirement post mumbling “I always do this. That fifth shot of tequila goes down and I start making retirement announcements.”
King’s Casino owner Leon Tsoukernik has sued everybody he has encountered since countersuing Matt Kirk for $2 million earlier this month.
Local tournament director Neil Anderson calls idol Matt Savage the “Jesus Christ” of tournament directors but remains too nervous to ask Savage for his autograph.