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Tag: Peter Eastgate

Rapid Reaction: Joe Cada Closes Out Historic Bracelet Win

Joe Cada won his second WSOP bracelet, joining Carlos Mortensen in some elite company. Find out what it means in the latest Rapid Reaction.

Five Thoughts: Dwan and Full Tilt Split, Schemion Pips Negreanu, Rounders 2, and More

Five Thoughts examines Tom Dwan's split with Full Tilt Poker, Ole Schemion's lead over Daniel Negreanu in the Global Poker Index POY Race, Rounders 2, and more.

Where Are They Now: EPT6 London Champ Aaron Gustavson

Season 10 of the European Poker Tour is about to kick off in London, so we thought we'd catch up with Season 6 champ Aaron Gustavson.

Jamie Gold's 2006 WSOP Main Event Bracelet Sells for $65,725 on Heritage Auctions

Jamie Gold's championship bracelet from the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event sold for $65,725 on Heritage Auctions to an anonymous buyer.

2013 WSOP November Nine: Sylvain Loosli

In the first profile of the 2013 World Series of Poker November Nine, PokerNews takes a look at Frenchman Sylvain Loosli.

ISPT Wembley Main Event Day 2b: Pete Linton Leads; Overlay Hits €589,000

Pete Linton leads after Day 2b of the International Stadiums Poker Tour Wembley Main Event.

ISPT Wembley Main Event Day 2a: Alban Juen Leads; Trickett and Benyamine Advance

Alban Juen is the man to catch after Day 2a of the International Stadiums Poker Tour Wembley Main Event.

Jamie Gold's 2006 WSOP Main Event Bracelet Up for Auction

2006 World Series of Poker Main Event winner Jamie Gold becomes latest player to auction off championship bracelet.

The Nightly Turbo: Boyd Selling Bracelet, Boeken Joins MyPokerSquad, and More

Dutch Boyd is selling a bracelet on eBay, Noah Boeken joined MyPokerSquad, and more.

PokerNews Top 10: Our Favorite Televised Bluffs

Sometimes bluffs work and sometimes they don't. Here are some of our favorites.

PartyPoker Weekly: Win a Share of $1 Million in the Autumn Million on PartyPoker

Take a look at this week's PartyPoker Weekly to be updated on all the latest news and promotions from the world of PartyPoker.

2012 World Series of Poker Day 39: Will Jaffe and Tomas Junek Capture Bracelets

Will Jaffe and Tomas Junek captured their first bracelets on day 39 of the 2012 World Series of Poker.

WSOP What To Watch For: Peter Eastgate Looking for Gold in Event #56

Two bracelets will be awarded on Wednesday at the 2012 World Series of Poker. What should you be looking for while you follow the Live Reporting coverage?

The Nightly Turbo: Brunson Defends Lederer, Seidel Added to Premier League, and More

Doyle Brunson defended his friend Howard Lederer regarding the Full Tilt Poker debacle, and Erick Seidel joined the PartyPoker Premier League V lineup.

Peter Eastgate Joins Team Betfair Poker

2008 World Series of Poker champ Peter Eastgate is the newest member of Team Betfair Poker.

PokerNews Debate: Should the WSOP Continue the November Nine Concept?

The WSOP made it seem as if they were doing away with the November Nine concept, only to reveal it was moved up a week. Should they abandon the concept?

Buyer of Peter Eastgate's Bracelet Wants to Return it to WSOP, Raise Money for Charity

William Haughey, the man who bought Peter Eastgate’s World Series of Poker bracelet, would like to give the bracelet back to the WSOP and help organize a charity event for up to $2 million.

The Nightly Turbo: Peter Eastgate's Prop Bet, Phil Ivey Divorce Details, and More

Peter Eastgate won a crazy prop bet in his native Denmark over the weekend, and we learned more about Phil Ivey's divorce settlement.

Does Matt Giannetti's Recent World Poker Tour Victory Translate to November Success?

Matt Giannetti recently captured World Poker Tour Malta. Does that mean he's prime for more success come November? PokerNews dives into the archives to find out.

2011 NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship Day 1: Ivey, Negreanu, Hellmuth Out; Brunson, Antonius, and Dwan Move On

Sixty-four of the world's most entertaining players were whittled to 32 on Day 1 of the 2011 National NBC Heads-Up Poker Championship.