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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.

CUNNINGHAM FINISHES NINTH

Allen Cunningham finished in the ninth place in the Full Tilt Poker event. There were several poker pros that made deep runs into the Sunday Million; Allen Cunningham finished in 9th place for $17K, while Jeff Madsen had another outstanding performance and finished in 33rd place.

CUNNINGHAM: THE GREATEST PLAYER EVER?

Poker Legend Allen Cunningham has been discussed as being the Greatest player to not be famous. The highly respected 33 year-old has been cashing in at tournaments since 1996, and is a 5 times WSOP winner with bracelets in Seven-card stud, No Limit Hold ‘em and Pot Limit Hold’em. He’s also been voted by his peers as the ‘Best All Around Player under 35,’ and in 2006 was upgraded from a sponsored pro to a full member of Team Full Tilt.

CHRISTIAN DOMINATES CUNNINGHAM

Allen Cunningham was dominated by Christian as he lost the latest poker event. The Roman player once again demonstrates a phenomenon of online poker event by winning the Knockout's most famous and most difficult of Sunday's poker.

2662 members were well with many appearances as important as those of B Runo Stefanelli, Claudio Rinaldi, Daniele Mazza, Isaac Baron, John Racener, Roberto Romanello, Scott Fischman, Stuart Paterson, Soren Kongsgaard, David Pham, Allen Cunningham, John Turner, Michael Craig and many other samples.

CUNNINGHAM WINS DOUBLE CHAMPIONSHIP

Allen Cunningham along with Huck Seed won a double championship. While all eyes were on John Duhamel’s WSOP victory this week, another seven-figure payday snuck under the radar. The Full Tilt Doubles Poker Championship attracted some of poker’s biggest stars, but it was American duo Huck Seed and Allen Cunningham who took home the $1,000,000 first prize.

CUNNINGHAM HOSTS CHARITY TOURNAMENT

Annie Duke and howard Lederer are to host a Charity Tournament for child rescue with Allen Cunningham. Preparations for Child Rescue Poker Celebrity Tournament continue to add star power as some of the biggest names in the movie and poker industry to raise money to preserve childhood.

Joining Sumner Redstone, Annie Duke, and Howard Lederer, the event will host poker professionals and Hall of Famers Mike Sexton, Linda Johnson, Jan Fisher, Ali Nejard, Nolan Dalla, Alan Cunningham, Chad Brown, Yosh Nakano, Marsha Wagoner, Melissa Hayden, Lupe Soto, Gina Hecht, and Brian Herowitz for starters.

CUNNINGHAM REGISTERS FOR IPPA CHAMPIONSHIP

Allen Cunningham is one of the players to have registered for the International Poker Players Association (IPPA) Championship in Monte Carlo, available at $250,000 each. The thirteen players who have registered for the event so far are Tom "durrrr Dwan", Patrik Antonius, Allen Cunningham, Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey, Huck Seed, Johnny Chan, Freddy Deeb, Tony G, Bruno Fitoussi, John Hennigan and the two Mizrachi brothers Robert and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi.

CUNNIGHAM BEATS ROUMELIOTIS

Allen Cunningham proved too strong for Alexander Roumeliotis at the WSOP day 4. It was all aces at Allen Cunningham's table early, as the 2005 WSOP Player of the Year doubled through Alexander Roumeliotis with pocket aces against ace-king.

The next hand, Michael Souza won a small pot and flashed rockets">pocket rockets after his opponent folded.

"You played them better," said Souza.

"The trick is to have your opponent barely beat, not crushed," replied Cunningham.

Cunningham in Tournament of Champions

The much-anticipated $1m invitational freeroll that is the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions kicked off yesterday with 27 players taking to the felt. Most of the poker names that you expect were there – Ivey, Barry Greenstein, Johnny Chan, Scotty Nguyen, Allen Cunningham, Daniel Negreanu... the list goes on.

There were five eliminations yesterday, beginning with John Juanda hitting the rail when he ran into Jen Harman’s set of jacks and ending with Phil Ivey who rebuilt his shortstack before losing with KK to Chris Ferguson’s QQ.

CUNNINGHAM UP FOR TEAM POKER

What should be an incredibly exciting poker tournament kicks off tomorrow when teams from twenty countries around the globe come together for the inaugural World Team Poker tournament. Held at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, this event promises to be an instant classic.