In the online poker space, the France and Spain are no longer going to be alone as they have taken a secure cutter to their chain-link ring fences and now both the countries are planning to share online poker liquidity. According to the expectations of people, on Tuesday the PokerStars became the first online poker room to merge the player pools of the both the countries.
The announcement of both countries shared liquidity deal came in the month of July. In addition to France and Spain, Italy and Portugal are also involved in the agreement to merge their pool of online poker players. Earlier the hope was that the merger for shared liquidity will get done will be over end of 2017, but it extended a couple of weeks and finally happened in the year 2018 not too bad still.
Erik Seidel, the American came back to the topmost spot of the (GPI) Global Poker Index 300 after his tremendous outcomes from last year’s PCA travelled into Period 3.
Earlier, Erik Seidel did not have any scores in Period 3 this current rankings news; therefore has sprang above another American in Jason Mercier. Just last month, the 25 year old made $ 709767 for gaining the $ 100000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em High Roller championship from the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic at The Bellagio in the city of Las Vegas.
Top Poker Pros like Mercier has 2986.07 points and this is 28.27 low than the last modify, while Erik has watched his score jump 136.49 to 2988.29 though the former could possibly come back to the top spot of the Global Poker Index within next few weeks as some of Erik’s most prominent scores sink into Period 3.
A celebrated huge mover is Jonathan Duhamel, the French-Canadian, who has watched his placing charge up 41 spots; following a gain of thirty the last week, to take him to beyond the top 10 in eleventh place on 2377.58 points.
last year, By 13th January, the Las Vegas based Erik had hooked up 4th place at the $ 25000 buy in No-Limit Hold’em High Roller championship for $ 295960 after gathering $ 46560 some days before for ending 3rd in the $ 5000 buy in No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max championship of the PCA on the Paradise Island.
The 52 year old has (WSOP) 8 World Series of Poker bracelets to his call and extended his unbelievable beginning to 2011 season with 3rd place for $ 618139 at the AUS $100,000 buy in No Limit Hold’em championship at the Aussie Millions in the city of Melbourne.