Yesterday’s field of 179 in the penultimate $5,000 preliminary event of the Five-Star World AGEN138 Classic created a prize pool just short of $900,000. After 14 hours of grueling play, the field made the money at 18 and finished the day with 16 of the world’s best, all vying for the first.

Student poker players attending Washington State University have witnessed a roller coaster of a ride when it comes to poker. Though the state has 23 casinos, and Washington’s state law specifically allows poker to be played.

It turns out that being a hot tamale on the big screen and in the poker world doesn’t necessarily translate to sexiness on the dance floor, and this week’s Latin dances were all about the sexiness.

Shannon Elizabeth performed what Len Goodman called a “competent” performance, but she didn’t look comfortable with the dance at all.

In contrast to her graceful Viennese waltz from last week that put her in the top three for scores, she looked awkward with the samba and returned to…But don’t panic if you didn’t get your shot at a free seat in the WPC. Pacific Poker has decided to add a few more chances for players to win seats.

Players from Italy, France, Germany and Spain will get another shot at seats in freerolls specifically for their country.

The freerolls will take place at 4 p.m. Pacific Poker Time on the following dates:

Pacific Poker continues to give PokerNews players sensational value through exclusive tournaments. On Tuesday April 22 at 19:00 GMT, a $27.50 WPC Satellite will commence that will award over $10,000 in prizes.

Gambling and smoking have always seemed to go hand in hand. The classic image of the casino floor usually comes complete with heavy cigarette smoke in the dim lights. Is all that about to change? As awareness to the dangers of passive smoking rises, more and more casinos are facing anti-smoking laws that may put out the smoke in casinos for good. Next in line is.

The EPT Live video feed from the European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo is available all day today during play, showing a featured table, and will also be available tomorrow for the final table. Simply click here or on the link in the tournament tracker to watch all of the.

With four hours left to Day 3 of the European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo, Antonio Esfandiari pulled ahead of the field by dragging the biggest pot of the day.