Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Nov 29, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

Action returns to Ireland in a few weeks with PokerStars sponsoring the 1st leg of the UKIPT (UK and Ireland Poker Tour) to be held in Galway’s Radisson Hotel. The event will start on the 11th of December and will finish on the 14th. With many top pokerRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Nov 22, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News, UK Poker News | No Comments »

The PokerStars UKIPT schedule has been released by Pokerstars and it looks like it’s going to be an absolute cracker. There are 8 events currently penciled in with a ninth event expected to be added soon which will take place in Scotland. The UKIPT schedule currently includes eventsRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Nov 02, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | 1 Comment »

This weekend action returns to Dublin again, with JP Poker’s Mini WSOP. Mini WSOP – 6th – 8th Nov 2009 Maldron Hotel, Tallaght- €50,000 Guaranteed Missed the WSOP in Vegas? Make sure you do not miss the next best thing! This November we will be running a MiniRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

17:00 Irene Van Loon is the last lady finisher in the Irish Winter Festival. She finishes in 14th after losing with A-9 v K-Q when a Queen came down on the turn. However, she will leave happy finishing in 14th and being the last lady player in theRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

15:40 As the final day starts to settle, here is the list of players that have left us early and what they have collected for their efforts. 18. Paul O’Connor (€5,600) 19. Francis McCormack (€4,400) 20. Pontus Kers (€4,400) 21. Steven Lee (€4,400) 22. Nicky Power (€4,400) 23.Read Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

15:20 Francis McCormick moved all-in with 10-10. However, when Stevie ‘Allinstevie’ Devlin calls with his A-K, McCormick looked instantly nervious. The flop brings an Ace and Stevie chips up and McCormick goes home in 19th.

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | 1 Comment »

14:45 Steven Lee came back today with half a big blind, but some how managed to hold on for 35 minutes before before busting, and he even got his chips in a good bit infront. Steven Lee moved allin with pocket 8s. However, when Graham Masters called himRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

14:35 After coming into the final day with less than average, Nicky was always going to look for areas to gather chips fast, However, when he shoves his stake from the cut-off, when it had been folded round to him, the Big Blind woke up with Aces. SoRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 26, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

After having a great day 1 and day 2, Luke Marsh came into the final day of the Paddy Poker Irish Winter Festival as the bookies favourite. He started the day 4th in chips with 422,000. However, when he got involved in 2 hands back to back withRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 25, 2009 Posted in Irish Poker News | No Comments »

23:15 Stevie ‘Allinstevie’ Devlin since half way through day 2 has been short stacked. Usually floating between 10 and 20 big blinds. However, now that we are down to 44 players, with 40 getting paid. It looks like Stevie might have to risk his stack to make itRead Full Article