partypoker’s Kara Scott ends the year on a high note
The last tournament of the year is usually the one poker players reflect most on this time of year. This is no different for partypoker’s Kara Scott who recently finished in 22nd place at WPT Prague Main Event. While she is disappointed she exited the tournament during the last few hands of Day 3, she is happy with how she played and her poker year overall.
Scott also talks about an issue many players can identify with on the frustrations of bubble play. This is an area she is sure to work on hoping to make 2014 even better than 2013.
You can read more about Kara Scott’s thoughts on her run at the WPT Prague Main Event partypoker blog.
Last few days of the partypoker advent calendar
Throughout the month of December, partypoker provided its loyal blog readers tips from the top poker players in the world via the partypoker advent calendar. The advent calendar ended on Christmas in style with poker professional and commentator Mike Sexton having the honor of sharing his five poker tips regarding the main differences between the winners and losers of the game.
You can read tips from all 25 days on the partypoker advent calendar.
Top ten greatest poker gambling songs
Every poker player has their favorite gambling song. partypoker’s Dany Willis shares his top 10 songs with the poker community. It is hard to argue with his favorite song, “The Gambler” which is sure to get any poker player in the mood for a grind. The selection includes something for everyone, including rock, pop, country, soul, and heavy metal with each song being linked to a YouTube page.
You can check out partypoker’s top ten gambling songs here and comment on which one you like the best.
Check out the 12 Sunday Majors at partypoker
Every online poker tournament player looks forward to the huge prize pools on Sundays. This is especially true on partypoker where you can find 12 Sunday Major events. The biggest prizes are awarded in the $215 buy-in $200K Guaranteed Sunday tournament and in the $530 buy-in $100,000 Gtd. High Roller tournament.
There are still a couple of excellent options if both of those buy-ins are over your regular limits. You can attempt to satellite into one of these events or you can play one of the other 10 Sunday Major Events. The buy-in for two of the tournaments is only $1, something anyone can afford. With a $5,000 guaranteed prize pool, this is an excellent chance to build a quick bankroll.