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Comedian Kevin Hart to Enter 2017 Super High Roller Bowl

In its previous two seasons, the Super High Roller Bowl presented by Poker Central has had its share of businesspeople (Dan Shak, Kathy Lehne, both accomplished poker players) and poker professionals (too numerous to mention), but it has never had a “celebrity” in the mix. Some might still say that bar hasn’t been crossed but, with the announcement from Poker Central that comedian Kevin Hart will be taking part in the 2017 version of the tournament, they are drawing closer. It doesn’t seem to faze the star of Central Intelligence that he’s in for at least $ 300,000, if not more should he choose to re-enter the tournament. “I love playing high stakes poker, and there’s no better competition than at the Super High Roller Bowl – the world championship of high stakes poker,” Hart stated during the announcement of his participation. “I am looking forward to all the support

Kevin Eyster Wins 2015 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic

Kevin “1sickdisease” Eyster won the 2015 World Poker Tour (WPT) Five Diamond World Poker Classic at the Bellagio over the weekend, notching the second WPT title of his career. For the win, Eyster pocketed over $ 1.5 million, and a trio of gaudy prizes: a Hublot Oceanographic 4000 watch, a pair of Monster 24K headphones and – get this – an Aurae Solid Gold MasterCard. Eyster has been one of the most successful poker tournament players in the last several years. On the live tournament side, he has now won over $ 4 million, thanks in no small part to this most recent victory. As mentioned, he now has two WPT titles – the other was in 2013 at the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Showdown – to go along with another five WPT cashes. He also has eleven World Series of Poker cashes and one WSOP bracelet. On the internet

2015 WSOP Europe Main Event Day 3: Kevin MacPhee Leads as Money Bubble Bursts

The money bubble burst on Wednesday at the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event as the field was narrowed from 65 to 21. The tournament moves to its penultimate day on Thursday, the day the six-handed final table will be determined. With the championship in sight, it is Kevin MacPhee ahead of the pack with 1.15 million chips, the only player to break the million chip mark. MacPhee is no stranger to making it this deep in a major tournament. With over $ 7 million in live tournament earnings, he has made his fair share of final tables. This summer, he won nearly half a million dollars while winning his first World Series of Poker bracelet in the $ 5,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo event. He also added a fourth place finish as one of his seven total cashes this summer. The biggest cash of MacPhee’s career came back