World Series of Poker Europe

The Nightly Turbo: WPT World Championship Mindset, Cake Network Moves to Malta, and More

The Nightly Turbo: WPT World Championship Mindset, Cake Network Moves to Malta, and More 0001

The Cake Network is getting new digs, a funny thing happened on the way to the World Poker Tour World Championship final table, and the PokerNews Live Reporting Team is on the move once again - you can find all these stories and more in tonight's Nightly Turbo.

In Case You Missed It

Day 5 of the World Poker Tour World Championship saw the field shrink to 10 players. And what a stacked final 10 it is. Find out who's hopes are still alive for a WPT final table in this recap.

Wynn is threatening to move its headquarters. Want to know where? You'll have to check out Inside Gaming for the answer.

Another FTOPS series kicked off today. There are 30 events this time and $25 million in guaranteed prize pools. Check out the schedule here.

We already brought you Part 1 of Keeping Your Range Open with Ryan D'Angelo, what good would we be if we left you hanging. Here's Part 2.

Poker Mindset

We know we told you about Sam Chauhan and his newest pupil Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal the other day, but his track record is really something that should be looked at again.

The World Poker Tour World Championship is down to 10 players at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Josh Arieh, one of Chauhan's pupils, just missed the final 10, when finished in 16th place, good for a $47,033 payday. Phil Hellmuth, who has the shortest stack of the 10 left, has been working with Chauhan for a while and is looking to make back-to-back final tables. David Williams, who has been working with Chauhan for just a few weeks now, well he's fourth on the leaderboard with close to 2.5 million in chips. Where do we sign up again?

Check out the WPT World Championship leaderboard here and find out more about Chauhan at

Making the Move

The Cake Network has moved to Malta and was recently issued a letter of intent in regards to its application for a gaming license. By making this move, the Cake Network will be able to offer current or future network partners the option of being regulated by Malta or under Cake's gaming license in Curacao.

"We are excited about being in a position to offer our existing and future partners licensing through the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority. This will greatly assist existing partners as they undertake further marketing within the European region and allow existing European White listed operators the opportunity to take advantage of the Cake Network's suite of services," Director of Marketing for Cake Network Andrew Turner said.


Where in the World is the PokerNews Crew?

Last week, the PokerNews Live Reporting Team was in San Remo, Italy, for the European Poker Tour San Remo. Sunday, the Team will be bringing you coverage of all the action from the felt of Le Sporting Club in Monte Carlo for the EPT's Grand Final.

Stalk them here. They like that kind of thing.

Following us on Twitter is a really good idea. Another good idea? Facebook.

Win Your Way to the WSOP

Looking to get that World Series of Poker seat on the cheap? Well, PokerNews and 888 Poker want to help you out. If you sign up for an 888 Poker account or have previously signed up for one, you're eligible for four freerolls throughout May, the last one being a one for a $16,000 WSOP package. This all assumes you've earned the required points, of course.

  • May 20: $1,000 freeroll - must have earned 20 points
  • May 21: $3,000 freeroll - must have earned 50 points
  • May 22: $5,000 freeroll - must have earned 80 points
  • May 23: $16,000 WSOP Package ($15k Main Event package + $1k cash added) freeroll - must have earned 200 points

Not only that, but 888 is giving you 8 ways to win one of 88 packages to the WSOP, as well. There are 41 Main Event packages up for grabs and 47 packages available for Event #54.

Find out more here.

What do you think?

More Stories

Casino News

Other Stories