Sunday Brief: EPT sets record, Full Tilt changes

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 04, 2010 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

It was an interesting week in poker as the World Series of Poker Europe wrapped up with a homegrown Brit capturing the title; the EPT London stop started up immediately afterward; and a whole host of changes were made at Full Tilt Poker.

Full Tilt changes Rakeback calculation

In what will surely be the talk of the online forums in the coming days Full Tilt Poker has switched from a ‘Dealt’ rakeback calculation to the ‘Weighted’ rakeback calculation. It will be easy to tell which players prefer which when the Rocks lament the change, while the Loose/Aggros applaud it! For more on what this change will mean to you read the entire story here: Full Tilt Switches to Weighted Rakeback

James Bord wins WSOPE

With what will likely go down as one of the strongest starting fields in major tournament history it was a relatively unknown Englishman, James Bord who walked off with the coveted title. For more details on the historic win check out our WSOPE articles:

Englishman James Bord wins WSOP Europe Main Event

Ivey and Isildur1 make deep WSOPE runs

EPT London sets record… AGAIN!

The EPT London tournament is in full swing with about 14 players remaining at the moment, and the tournament once again broke the record for the largest poker tournament held in the UK. Read more about the EPT London:

Money bubble bursts at EPT London

Annette Obrestad wins preliminary event at EPT London

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