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Web Poker – Where Do The Professionals Compete

Net poker has expanded over the last few years and it’s not disappearing any time. Many of the well-known pros are staying at abode to participate in net poker in place of the casino. On any given evening you can find Phil Ivey, Mike Matusow, or Gus Hansen playing net poker at Full Tilt. Patrik Antonius who goes by the user name of Luigi66369 is quite dominant in the high stakes money games on the web. He frequently sits with sixty thousand dollars at the three hundred/six hundredNL games ready for anyone to compete with him. Usually Phil Ivey or some well known internet professional will step up and compete with Antonius heads-up for a bit of money. Antonius and Ivey have annihilated any challengers that have stepped up to them in the last couple of months. Pots that surpass one hundred thousand dollars are a normal occurrence and the pots are only getting biggerare not getting any smaller.

John Juanda can also be seen competing in the fifty/one hundred NL tables with a maximum buy-in of then thousand dollars. Juanda might just be one of the more consistent players at the tables. He always appears to be up twenty to thirty grand by the end of the night. If you enjoy drama, you can always stop by and observe Mike "The Mouth" Matusow up to his normal buffoonery. Mike always talks to observersand will regularly inform his opponents how amazing he is at poker. Mike is well-known for displaying huge ten thousand dollar bluffs on the river with seven high. Gus Hansen also makes normal appearances on the high limit Omaha games. Web poker has brought the great game right into your home. Now you do not have to wait for poker events to appear on television. Each evening, there is a massive money game being played on the net. These pros are betting houses on every card. Watch these guys gamble and you will boost your play.

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