PayPal To Play Casinos And Online Poker

Playing poker is one of the most popular and outstanding past times out of any online game available around the world. This game is enjoyable and it fulfills all the need for competition by using a thought and strategies matching the player’s intellectual needs. This is a challenging and pleasurable game; it requires a company that also plays with a strategy, a starting bankroll and a reputable online poker room. Each of the online poker rooms available has their strategies to fund registered accounts. However, to play the game online being aware of which company which is the best for you is equally important as knowing the basics of bankroll management.

Most of the internet poker rooms and as well as the internet casino industry fund the accounts by E-Wallets. The popular E-Wallets are Nettle, Fire pay, Click2Pay and more. Some of the biggest online casinos around the world accept the PayPal Casino as the option of down payment. Each casino takes banking account number and use to channel your money from the E-Wallet to wherever you chose. All are accepted on numbers of online poker sites to shop for online locations. This e-wallet choice facilitates secrecy which is available with online sites usually.
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Mohegan Sun Guarantees The Amount Of $200,000 For Fall Showdown Series

The poker room of Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut has huge money on the line during the time of holidays. It is offering $200,000 guaranteed Fall Showdown, and the event will run from Nov. 15-19.

Rebecca Carabino, the Poker Room Manager said that, “We are extremely excited to host the event Fall Showdown and we are positively looking forward for it. I like the guaranteed events, especially so close to the holiday season.”

The series will start off with a buy-in event of $170+$30 with a guarantee of $50,000. This tournament features, starting flights four, and it is scheduled to take place on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Global Poker Offers Fast Cashout

Fast cashouts are being offered by Global Poker for the US players who use its online forum.


This is definitely a new way to get poker players to try the online poker room of this online casino. Indeed, as the fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather took place last weekend in Las Vegas, speed has become a topic that is being discussed in the context of other games of skill and strategy like poker. Those who pursue sports betting arena want consistency and speed and these factors in when they choose online gambling venues. Hence, online poker should not be any different in such matters as well.

Global Poker is keeping up to the standards in this regard, having become a US online poker room that specializes in great guaranteed sums, big overlays and other wonderful features. As a result, the forum has been growing its customer base at a rapid pace as well. The players on this forum can enjoy guarantees of a larger scale, fast payouts and more options in games. Many who register for online poker games are concerned about the cash out options and how reliable and fast they are. Read more »

Carrel Wins Main Event Of 2017 PokerStars

The field of 693 poker pro was there at 2017 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker $10,300 no-limit hold’em main event and that built a sizable prize pool of $6,930,000.


The tournament was won by Charlie Carrel the British poker pro. He captured the title along with the first-place payday of amount $1,200,899.

In the event, Carrel had a perfect stacked final table to play. Others at the table were Emil Patel (9th – $91,058) “maroonlime”, Connor Drinan (6th – $250,723) “blanconegro” and Ola Amundsgard “Odd_Oddsen” (5th – $351,414).

Carrel made the entry in the final nine as the short stack; however, with his excellent game skill he made the comeback at the game’s middle stages. He eliminated Amundsgard and took the lead into four-handed play. Harrison Gimbel “gibler321” on the other hand, over drive both “Garrin4e” and “th’Kick” and made his way to the final and heads-up face to face with Carrel. Read more »

Soulier Proud To Join GPL

The (GPL) Global Poker League will do its inaugural draft at the Hotel SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. The place is also to the American Poker Conference and American Poker Awards.


PokerNews, in association with the GPL, revealed the names of players (203), which have earning of over $560 million in combined in their tournament career. The league’s 12 franchise managers will draft these players on Feb. 25, 2016 and they will remain available for that.

Fabrice Soulier is one of those managers and he is directing up the Paris Aviators. PokerNews took the views of Soulier on the GPL.

The French poker player Soulier, who is 46 years, now, needs no introduction.

On the appointment of Soulier as the manager of the Paris Aviators, Soulier is very delighted and he feels honored. Relationship of player with Alex Dreyfus helped him in making his decision easier in joining GPL. Read more »

Parkinson Becomes Ambassador For Partypoker

Legend Irish poker player Padraig Parkinson will continue to remain the brand ambassadors of Partypoker.


This way Partypoker will continue to grow its loyal professional poker customer base.

Parkinson is one of most renowned poker players coming from Emerald Isle. He is the role model for many poker players as he has won many tournaments in his career. He has the winning amount of $1.8 million in various live tournaments. He is also good at cash game and has big achievements. All these achievements of Parkinson make him the ideal face for being the brand ambassador of Irish Poker Industry.

The tasks that Parkinson has to do being the brand ambassador are: he has to face the Grand Prix Cork, a €340 buy in tournament. The tournament will take place between Feb. 23-26 2017. Venue for the tournament is the Cork Macau Sporting Club in Ireland. Next to the Grand Prix, Dusk Till Dawn will take place in which Parkinson again has to face the players. The event will be the £6 million guaranteed. In addition to these events some more will be in the calendar of Partypoker. Read more »