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The Million Euro Gamble

Posted by on Jun 2, 2013 in Featured, Howard Swains | 0 comments

The EPT Grand Final had enough going on during its ten days to fill columns lasting from now until the end of the year. And although it...

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Is There Such a Thing As Too Much Skill in Poker?

Posted by on Apr 30, 2013 in Featured, Howard Swains | 0 comments

One of the age-old truisms of tournament poker is that anyone can win. If you give a donkey enough good cards, he can beat the best of...

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The Rising Price Of Grassroots Poker

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Howard Swains | 0 comments

Ten years ago this summer, life got a little bit tougher for Chris Moneymaker. Until he went to Las Vegas in June 2003, he was just an...

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Dreams of ‘Vegas’ in the Czech Republic

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Howard Swains | 0 comments

If you talk to anyone involved with organising a major poker festival — the likes of Hilda Bramley or James White of the European Poker...

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