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Jake Balsiger

In October, at World Series of poker main event Jake was the youngest player when he came back to Las Vegas. In this event he got a chance to become made history as the youngest Main Event champion ever. He born in Portland, Oregon but his main home was at Tempe, Arizona. In the very small age of 13 he started to watch poker on TV. He was thinking to play in World Series of Poker Main Event a day and he started to dream it. In this little age he took poker as a child game he was not much serious about making money but when he turn to age of 18, he become more curious about it.

Make a living with online poker

There is secret information for the novice players who are planning to start their career with online poker game. Now online poker is not just limited to fun. You can also make a living with online poker.

The only condition is that you should play safe and responsibly. You should know how to calculate profits to make a living. Profit can be calculated with rake back formulas. With these formulas, you can easily get an idea about your regular earning. Today most of the people are playing for money not for relaxation and fun only.

Allen Cunningham’s Style of play

It is not going to be fun winning so much money and losing the money because of lack of management of the money. This is why most poker players would not want to lose their monies in investments that is not lucrative.

Allen Cunningham’s Black Horse

Allen Cunningham has performed exceptionally great during the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event. What about this year? November Nine, 2012 would be gathering the best players in the world for a game that is going to amaze a lot of people.

RISING TO FAME

Allen Cunningham might not be one of the most well known players within Full Tilt, but he surely makes his way as one of the most consistent players within the team. He has been respected by his other peers for his disciplined and analytical approach to the game. Allen started his love for the game at a very young age playing at the kitchen table and he soon started taking it more professionally.

10 nominated for Womens Hall of Fame

The Women in the Hall of Fame of Poker is an institution made to show as well as honor women who bestowed greatly to the evolution of poker industry. Every year, brand new members are received into this foundation after a knockout selection. This year’s ten nominees, constituted of female players as well as VIPs in poker industry are are available to public at this point of time.

GROSPELLIER STILL LEADING

The three-hundred best poker player’s rankings in live championship cognized this week. In early May, Bertrand Grospellier, the French poker pro raised to the top position, distancing of some points Jason Mercier, the American player. This week’s first three spots did not alter as behind Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier and Jason Mercier, generally we always see David Sands. Sorel Mizzi kept his 4th position when Eugene Katchalov (sixth) lost the 5th spot henceforth filled by Stephen O'Dwyer.

CUNNIGHAM ENTERS WSOP FINAL

Alex Cunnigham entered into the WSOP final when a few other notable players were missing. Speculation on Ivey’s whereabouts began at the World Poker Tour $25,000 World Championship, which got underway last weekend with 220 players. The field was full of the biggest names in poker, with a few exceptions. While some Full Tilt Poker pros like Erik Seidel, Erick Lindgren, and Allen Cunningham entered the event, others were suspiciously absent. The absentees included Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer, Patrik Antonius, Tom “durrrr” Dwan, and of course, Ivey.

CUNNINGHAM SHINES

Allen Cunningham was in the top ten of the L.A. Poker Classic Main Event. Leading the way is former WPT champion Vivek Rajkumar, who absolutely owned the final half of the day, picking on former chip leader James Carroll to amass 2,880,000 in chips, nearly three times the average.

Other notables in the top 10 include Carlos Mortensen, Allen Cunningham and 2009 Card Player Online Player of the Year Steve “gboro780” Gross. Gross was among the chip leaders entering the final level of the day before an ill-timed bluff sent a large chunk of his stack over to Shannon Shorr.

CUNNINGHAM TAKES PART IN FULL TILT MONDAY

Allen Cunningham was one of the many poker stars to be involved in the Full Tilt Monday. The tournament was flooded with well-known poker pros including Allen Cunningham, Isaac Baron, Andy Bloch, John Racener, Carter “ckingusc” King, Keven “Stamdogg” Stammen, Vivek Rajkumar and many more.

The final table did not disappoint with noted pros Emil “whitelime” Patel, Joshua “pbdrunks” VanDuyn, Kpederson and Shaun Deeb all gunning for first place.