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Poker Strategy With Reid Young: Mastering Scare Cards

Reid YoungHave you ever been in this spot? You call a preflop raise with a medium pair like 7Heart Suit 7Diamond Suit out of position. The flop is 9Heart Suit 3Spade Suit 2Heart Suit, and you think “that’s not so bad.” You check to your opponent and call his continuation bet (c-bet). The turn is the KSpade Suit and your heart sinks. You check and again your opponent bets. You are probably in for a bumpy ride! Is he bluffing? Would he bet again with only a nine? Or did he hit that king on the turn?

What is a Scare Card?

Scare cards are those community cards that are most likely to adversely affect a particular player’s distribution of holdings and scare that player off of putting more money into the pot with a weak hand. In this case, we, as the out-of-position player, are nearly helpless on the turn king. Besides the heart and spade flush draws and the straight draws that also have two overcards to our pair that we may have to dodge on the river, if our opponent is semi-bluffing with them on the turn, we also have to worry about being way behind a king. Being against a flush draw and trying to guess which it is the times that the other draw hits the river isn’t so bad, but being a 9-to-1 underdog on the turn against a king is pretty rough.

Our opponent knows that we probably don’t have many kings to take the actions we have taken so far in this hand. Think about it. We only called preflop, so it’s unlikely that we have K-Q or A-K, and we probably don’t play hands like K-9, K-3 or K-2 preflop when we are out of position and facing a raise. If we did have K-Q preflop, then would we check/call with king-high and no draw on a nine-high flop? Probably not.

Based on the unlikely nature that we have a king, our opponent has free reign to abuse us on the turn by betting and by leveraging the possibility of future bets in such a way that maximally takes advantage of how unlikely it is for us to have a king on the turn. If you’re thinking ahead, then you may already be saying to yourself, “well OK, let’s just add some more kings to our flop check-calling distribution.” That’s only part of the answer though because the turn card isn’t always a king. In fact, the turn is going to be a king less than 4/47 of the time, or less than 8.5 percent of the time (since sometimes at least one other player has a king). The other 90 percent or more of the time, we don’t want to simply have to check/fold the turn. That’s like kissing our flop call goodbye a lot of the time.

Representing Scare Cards

Being prepared for the rare king on the turn means that we, as the out-of-position player calling the preflop raiser’s flop bet, need to have at least a few kings in our distribution. That way we can stand the heat at least a little bit better and also prevent our opponent from value betting as thinly. For example, if our opponent tries to value bet a hand like ADiamond Suit 9Diamond Suit on the flop, on a turn king, and on a river deuce, it’s less likely that we face that river bet with a hand that only beats a bluff and loses to his ADiamond Suit 9Diamond Suit. That lowers the value of our opponent’s strategy. Nice. But we still have to keep in mind that every turn isn’t a king.

That means that the ability to represent a scare card is tied to your opponent’s ability to take profitable actions up until the point that the cards comes off the top of the deck and is placed into the community cards that can make up all players’ hands. If a player can’t profitably get to a particular turn or river and have a particular hand, then it’s hell on him to try to defend against an aggressive player’s betting strategy. However, players can plan ahead to try to mitigate the effects of scare cards.

Mastering Scare Cards

If you learn how to recognize players that over-do bluffing on scare cards, then you can counter-exploit the fear that they try to leverage. In other words, a good player is going to make your life tough when the board gets bad for your hand and there is really not much that you can do to prevent losing money in the long run; however, an overly aggressive player gets greedy, and we can make him pay.

Recall the 9-3-2-K board. What if we, as the out of position preflop calling player, decide to check/call our king-high flush draws on the flop, as well as all our combinations of pocket deuces. Now, all of a sudden, on the turn king we aren’t so worried about folding a marginal hand. Of course, it’s very easy for our opponent to go wild bluffing and have us very worried about the value of our middling hands, like those red sevens. On the other hand, he’s occasionally going to run into our king or our set of deuces.

By planning ahead and knowing that a lot of the turn cards in the deck are actually pretty terrible for us the times that we have pocket sevens, we can start to understand exactly what other types of hands should be in our flop check/calling distribution. That is, if we take an action with a certain type of hand that ends extremely poorly on several common board run outs, then it gets to be clear that we should probably mix up our flop play a little more and add in some hands that are deceptive on a number of turn cards, and then on a number of river cards.

Stopping the Inevitable

It’s extremely important to understand that it is very difficult to offset the positional disadvantage in poker, especially as the board gets more dangerous for the bulk of your holdings. The most important idea to take from an overview of scare cards is that we can mitigate these negatives by constructing a versatile distribution.

While it’s ridiculous to assume you’ll have the best of it in all positions on all run outs, you can do better than your opponent when we put him into the same position. When you’re playing a hand out of position, often your only goal is to do better than you would have done by surrendering your blind bet outright. Many players assume they need to win most of the hands that they play from the blinds and try to make moves too often and win more than their fair share. Against a passive or exploitable opponent, that strategy might work well. However, the better players are going to tear up that strategy and just call you down when they turn their kings and fold their bluffs in proportion to your bluff size on the turn. So what if we want to do something about that turn bet than just check and call?

Fighting Back

We know that a lot of players over-do it on the turn scare card. They bet far more often than they could actually have a king or a better hand like pocket nines or pocket aces on that turn. Because our opponent is bluffing a lot of the time and the river is usually going to be incredibly scary, regardless of how often we believe our opponent is bluffing, we may want to raise the turn periodically to end the hand with our own bluff.

But if we are bluffing, then what are we value betting? Remember those pocket deuces that we decided to check/call on the flop the second time around. Now you’re getting it! If we are ready for all possible outcomes and we have a plan going forward that accomplishes getting money into the middle with our best hands and also protecting against aggressive players who leverage future bets on scare cards, then we have a balanced strategy. The most difficult player is in many ways the least predictable player.

Being able to have a strong hand on any board run out ensures that you don’t fall victim to being abused by scare cards. Also, keep in mind how your actions with a particular distribution of hands readies you for play on the next street! ♠

Reid Young is a successful cash game player and poker coach. He is the founder of TransformPoker.com.

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Poker Strategy With Reid Young — Five Reasons Not To Practice Game Selection

Reid YoungTougher competition forces you to improve (or lose)

With tough competition, you have to get better. You have to out think, outplay, out-observe, and out-adjust a much better class of player. Everything needs to be at peak level. This means quicker and more accurate adjustments just to survive. Winning makes you go beyond that.

To use an analogy, imagine yourself back in school. You get an email from your friend asking you about your ten-page research paper. What research paper?! In a frenzied panic, you annihilate the assignment. You’ve never been more focused because you absolutely must be focused. Failure is not an option.

After surviving the assignment, you realize that optimizing yourself and your situation and potential for improvement is all about restrictions. You sit down that night to write the first ten pages of that poker memoir you have been putting off forever. Hey, you just wrote ten pages the night before. Just as you finish the first paragraph, you get a call from your buddy offering to buy you a fine soda to celebrate your accomplishment and completing your research papers. Screw the paper! It’s time to unwind a bit. Your memoir goes unfinished, yet again.

What has happened here? The two cases are the same. Ten pages. One day.

The difference is that the restrictions were not realistic. If you leave to grab a Dr. Pepper, then there are no consequences. Much like losing a large chunk of your bankroll in a situation that could be prevented with study, you’ll simply care less at your normal level. If you feel comfortable, then you aren’t restricted. If you aren’t realistically restricted, then in all likelihood, the same drive that had you crank out a ten-pager in an evening isn’t there. Apply the same idea to poker. Play a higher game. Play a game that your bankroll can just barely stand. Challenge yourself to stay in that field. Soon, you’ll be ready to celebrate…(just kidding, you keep moving up!).

You Will Make More Money When You Win

You don’t have to be Bill Chen to figure out that if you play higher, you have the potential to earn more profit. Every successful preflop bluff feels significant to you. The same winrate at a higher limit means more money. That money can be leveraged to win even more money. It’s exciting!

You Are Intrinsically Motivated To Win

This doesn’t mean that you lose the sight of proper reraise bluffing frequencies. It means that you are so excited to learn how to maximize your expected value that you sign up for a training site that teaches you how to play more effectively. You spend the hour a day studying. You talk with poker buddies about the way they think about spots.

None of this happens without proper motivation and for many professional poker players, that comes in the form of money. Other players are excited by what the money represents: mental superiority.

You Do Not Limit Yourself To A Particular Earning Potential

It stands to reason that if you stay at the same limit that your winnings are capped in light of a few variables, winrate and number of hands played per time period.

You might increase your skill set over time, but we know there’s no panic behind it. How quickly will a gradual increase at your normal limit help you to move to the next limit? How will those small upticks in your bankroll change your life?

If you are honest with yourself, then you see that they don’t.

The solution is moving up to where the play matters. If you can unlock a higher earning potential by optimally leveraging your bankroll, perhaps borrowing an algorithm like the Kelly Criteria, then you maximize your overall expected value.

Overall expected value (EV) goes well beyond a single session. The best poker player realizes that poker does not begin with each seating at the table; nor does a session end when you leave the table. A poker career is a constant fluctuation of bankroll and knowledge relative to your competition. Continually doing your best to maximize your earning potential is a fantastic way to make sure that you realize your overall expected value.

It’s important to note that this doesn’t mean playing a game wherein your bankroll is a single buy-in. Far from it.

What this means is that using your bankroll to its full potential is paramount to long term poker success. Anything else that is inherently complacent or scared limits you. Complacency associated with hyper-game selection is limiting you as a player and as a person within the game of poker.

If you have poker related goals, then not maximizing earnings potential is keeping you from them. It’s that simple.

Learn By Doing, The Poker Version

Probably the scariest part of a poker player’s career is facing a nemesis. You know the player. He always seems to have the best of it when the money goes in and he always seems to know when you are check-raise bluffing the flop and responds with those annoying little flop reraises — with bluffs and with value hands! OK, you say. Let’s get him. You study his tendencies. You replicate his tenacity in pots. You put your opposition in similar difficult situations.

Wait. Did you just get better? Yup! Rinse and repeat. The idea is to not blow your bankroll at the same time. A great way to find better competition for a lower price is to try a heads-up table.

Heads-up games are chalked full of marginal spots and great players. If you do the sitting, as opposed to the predatory or game selecting method of waiting to play, then it’s much more likely you will encounter more talented competition. Even at the $ 100 buy-in level online, you are likely to encounter sophisticated play and better yourself.

Think of it like a personal poker lesson with an earnings potential. Sounds awesome. Embrace the challenge as a heightened form of the aggression you typically encounter and learn how to adapt. Better adaptations means a higher winrate and you can carry that idea to higher stakes games.

Test Yourself

One theme tied to proper game selection is the fact that you should be continually testing yourself. Find the wall and figure out how to get past it. This “wall” appears in many forms: bankroll, poker knowledge, competition pool, the actual game and more.
Here’s a poker secret. You are always the wall. In some form, you are the limiting factor.

Therefore, it’s important that you test your limitations and begin to tear them down and to play past them. The quicker you complete each mini-test and the more you learn from it (take notes, review and repeat), the better you become.

The quicker you better your play, the more money you make.

You may ask yourself why everyone doesn’t practice these five simple reasons not to game select. The fact is that they’re all scary as hell. Sounds like test number one.
Good luck! ♠

Reid Young is a lead poker video instructor at TransformPoker.com. For more detailed (and free) information on game selection and other poker strategy, visit blog.transformpoker.com

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Sen. Harry Reid Testy Over Online Poker Question

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Report: No Republican Support In Senate For Web Poker, Says Harry Reid

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The Weekly Turbo: Reid and Kyl Join Forces, WPT Slovenia, and More

In this edition of the Weekly Turbo we’ll bring you up to speed on everything you may have missed while keeping your eyes on the 2011 World Series of Poker. We’ll update you on the poker legislation from Reid and Kyl, the WPT Slovenia, Full Tilt legalities, and more.

By Their Powers Combined…

Last week, U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Jon Kyl joined forces to write a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder. In the letter, it seems that Reid and Holder are attempting to grasp the Department of Justice’s stance on Internet gambling.

“We respectfully request that you reiterate the DOJ’ss longstanding position that federal law prohibits gambling over the Internet, including intra-state gambling (e.g., lotteries). Conversely, if for some reason the DOJ is reconsidering its longstanding position, then we respectfully request that you consult with Congress before finalizing a new position that would open the floodgates to Internet gambling,” they wrote.

They also requested stronger penalties for companies that violate the law and would like to work with the DOJ to “enhance its ability to fight Internet gambling.”

It all sounds a little worrisome, but the Las Vegas Sun believes that this letter could be a “prelude to a web poker bill Kyl could live with.”

LasVegasSun.com has more.

Hitting The Nuts Always Wins

We’ve told you about the poker-themed comedy Hitting the Nuts before. It’s the one that has won pretty much every film festival it’s been entered in. It won Best Feature Film at both the Cincinnati Film Festival and the Derby City Film Festival earlier this year.

Well, the Las Vegas Film Festival was no different for the movie. On July 16, Hitting the Nuts was screened in front of a sold-out audience at the Las Vegas Film Festival inside the Las Vegas Hilton. The movie won the Golden Ace Award for Superior Filmmaking, making it the third award for the film in as many festivals.

Joe Boyd, producer and director of the movie said, “It really was an amazing reception. The crowd never stopped laughing from beginning to end. We are humbled by the movie’s success. We are grateful to the Las Vegas Film Festival and the international poker community for the support.”

The DVD is only available at www.HittingTheNuts.com but is getting closer to being released as digital versions to outlets like Netflix and iTunes, as well as a larger distribution deal to get the DVD out to major retail centers.

You can find out more at HittingTheNuts.com.

World Poker Tour Slovenia Day 4

The second stop of Season X of the World Poker Tour is in the books. Thanks to the WPT Live Update Blog, we can bring you a look at the action. On Day 4, WPT Slovenia began with nine players. Johannes Korsar took the biggest stack into the day but failed to carry it to the end. Instead, Miha Travnik ended up with all the chips in his corner.

In the first 45 minutes of play, Manuel Blaschke was eliminated when he moved all-in with pocket jacks but ran into queens. Soon, Patrik Hirvonen and Hugh Cohen were eliminated in eighth and seventh places respectively, leaving the field with its official final table of six.

There was a bit of controversy during the color-up when play was six-handed. It took around three hours to get everything sorted. About 10 minutes back into play, Marcello Marigliano was eliminated when his ace-ten went up against Korsar’s jacks.

Gaetano Fortugno and Ferdi Ciorabai were eliminated in fifth and fourth places respectively. Start-of-day chip leader Johannes Korsar was the next player to hit the rail. According to WorldPokerTour.com, he opened for 50,000 from the button. Vincenzo Natale three-bet to 127,000. Not to be outdone, Korsar moved all-in for 600,000 and Natale called. Korsar showed pocket fours and was up against Natale’s king-jack.

Natale hit a king on the flop and Korsar needed help to stay alive in the tournament. He didn’t find it on the turn or river and was eliminated in third place.

Natale took a three-to-one chip lead into heads-up play with Miha Travnik. A little over an hour into heads-up play, Travnik took the lead from Natale and never looked back. In the final hand, Natale moved all-in preflop with king-eight and was called by Travnik with ace-jack. Natale didn’t catch any of the help he needed and was eliminated in second place. Miha Travnik from Slovenia was crowned WPT Slovenia champion.

WPT Slovenia Final Table Results

You can find updates from all the WPT Slovenia action at WorldPokerTour.com.

Full Tilt Poker Investors Eye UK and Irish Assets Only

Negotiations are ongoing between Full Tilt Poker representatives and unknown investors to purchase Full Tilt Poker. As reported on PokerNews on June 29, Full Tilt’s licenses were suspended and have remained that way. It appears, however, that the investors are only interested in purchasing the online poker sites U.K. and Irish assets.

According to EGR’s unknown source “The purchase includes the family of companies in the UK and Ireland [including marketing and technology company Pocket Kings in Dublin] as well as the Alderney licences.”

Lawyers from Jeffrey Green Russell, a London-based firm will be representing FTP in next week’s hearing for its license and in the possible sale. PokerNews will be on hand to give you ongoing coverage of the situation.

Read more at EGRMagazine.com

Get Your Votes in for the Women in Poker Hall of Fame

The 2011 Women in Poker Hall of Fame elections have begun and you have until July 30 to cast your vote. Yes, we know, not much time so get to it. Inductions began in 2008 when The Hall was founded to honor women who have made significant contributions to the poker world. The 2011 nominees include Phyllis Caro, Nani Dollison, Kristy Gazes, Margie Heintz, and JJ Liu. This year’s inductees will join an elite group of women including Jennifer Harman, Kathy Liebert, and Linda Johnson.

Along with honoring women in poker the WiPHOF contributes to organizations that benefit society, as well, and has partnered with Poker Gives, a charity to provide financial support to mainstream organizations from the support of the poker community. You should probably partner with them too, and donate to avoid the bad juju.

The 2011 Induction Ceremony and Celebration will take place on September 2nd at the Golden Nugget Casino Grand Ballroom in downtown Las Vegas.

To learn more about the Women in Poker Hall of Fame, cast your vote, and purchase tickets to the ceremony check out their website at WomenOfPokerHallOfFame.

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The Nightly Turbo: Will Full Tilt Recover, Reid and Kyl Unite, and More

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If you can’t feel the excitement in the air as the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event gets closer to its November Nine, you’re either not following the coverage or you aren’t at the Rio. One of those we can fix. Catch up on your Nightly Turbo news and then head over to the Live Reporting Blog for all the action. Today we’ll take a look at the Full Tilt Poker situation, how Senators Reid and Kyl have joined forces, and more.

In Case You Missed It

If it’s Monday, you can rest assured that we’ve got the results from some of the biggest online poker tournaments Sunday has to offer. If you want to find out who padded their bankroll with an extra hundred-thousand or so, check out the Sunday Briefing.

If you missed any of the action from the 47th day of the 2011 World Series of Poker, we’ve got you covered. Check out our daily WSOP recap to catch up on what happened.

We understand that last night you probably had to choose between a myriad of things to watch on TV. In case you missed the World Poker Tour on FSN, or your DVR forgot to do its job, check out our WPT recap, so you’ll know what everyone’s talking about.

The Full Tilt Poker Drama

Sure, you’ve been following the goings on in the Full Tilt Poker scandal for the last few months, but EGRMagazine.com has placed it all nicely in one article.

EGRMagazine.com takes a look at the suspension of Full Tilt Poker’s license by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, as well as the ARJEL suspension, and the class action lawsuit against the company as well. The article then touches on tweets from players, such as Tom Dwan, and also delves on the negotiations that involved Full Tilt Poker and a group of European investors.

What about the players? EGRMagazine.com also reports that other sites have seen increases in sign-ups and James Hollins, an analyst at Evolution Securities said, “The clear read across is positive for [Full Tilt’s] competing operators that should be able to gain additional customer actives and share of wallet.”

Hollins also stressed that, “The clear indication is that [Full Tilt] is facing major cashflow issues and, with zero cash income following its complete licensing base suspension, the situation may become terminal.”

For more, head on over to EGRMagazine.com.

By Their Powers Combined…

Last week, U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Jon Kyl joined forces last week to write a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder. In the letter, it seems that Reid and Holder are attempting to grasp the Department of Justice’s stance on Internet gambling.

“We respectfully request that you reiterate the Department’s longstanding position that federal law prohibits gambling over the Internet, including intra-state gambling (e.g., lotteries). Conversely, if for some reason the Department is reconsidering its longstanding position, then we respectfully request that you consult with Congress before finalizing a new position that would open the floodgates to Internet gambling,” they wrote.

They also requested stronger penalties for companies that violate the law and would like to work with the Department to “enhance its ability to fight Internet gambling.”

It all sounds a little worrisome, but the Las Vegas Sun believes that this letter could be a “prelude to a web poker bill Kyl could live with.”

LasVegasSun.com has more.

WPT Slovenia

The World Poker Tour is in Slovenia for its second stop of Season X. The €3,000 + €300 buy-in event kicked off on Sunday with Day 1a with 46 players. Dragan Galic, Casey Kastle, and Filippo Candio all made it out for Day 1a. Galic and Candio did not move on, but Kastle finished ninth in chips on Day 1a.

Day 1b attracted 95 entrants bringing the total number to 141. Tony G, John Eames, Toby Lewis, and Dominik Nitsche, were part of the Day 1b group and all made it on to Day 2. Nitsche finished the day on top of the counts and will take his chip lead into Day 3 as the overall chip leader.

A total of 84 players have moved on to Day 2 of the event. Play resumes at 1300 CET (0400 PDT) on Tuesday and you can follow all the action at WorldPokerTour.com.

Winner Winner

Six hundred and three players plunked down the £500 buy-in for the PokerStars UK & Ireland Poker Tour Brighton last week, breaking an attendance record and creating a prize pool of £292,455.

On Sunday, Chris O’Donnell was crowned champion of UKIPT Brighton and took home £71,000 for his efforts. He navigated a final table full of PokerStars qualifiers and took on Richard Hasancebi heads up.

Hasancebi took the chip lead from O’Donnell during heads-up play, but O’Donnell never relented and retook the lead. After three-and-a-half hours, the two players got all the chips in the middle for the last time. Hanacebi tabled {a-Hearts}{7-Hearts} and it was no match for O’Donnell’s {a-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}. The board rolled out {j-Spades}{3-Clubs}{2-Spades}{a-Clubs}{k-Hearts} giving O’Donnell the win.

If you want more action from UKIPT Brighton, you can get it on the PokerStars Blog.

Game Strategy with Jared Tendler

Being of right mind is crucial when playing for $ 8.7 million. That’s why some players call upon mindset coaches to get them focused. Lynn Gilmartin caught up with mindset guru Jared Tendler over the weekend to get some tips on staying focused.

Tendler, along with PokerNews’ own Barry Carter, authored the recently released book, The Mental Game of Poker. In it, Tendler touches on tilt, fear, confidence, motivation, emotion and other matters. Carter helps put Tendler’s more scientific approach into real-world examples. You can order the book at MentalGameofPoker.com.


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The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars EPT Season 8 Schedule, Reid and Barton, and More

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Are you the type who likes to plan well in advance? If you are, get out your calendar because we’ve got the first half of the Season 8 schedule of the PokerStars European Poker Tour for you. On top of that, we’ll tell you who is teaming up with Harry Reid in favor of online poker legislation, and more.

In Case You Missed It

The 42nd Annual World Series of Poker is trucking along and Lynn Gilmartin wants to share her favorite videos up to this point. Check out Around the WSOP with Lynn for more.

Two bracelets were awarded on Thursday at the World Series of Poker. If you missed any of the action, check out the Day 10 WSOP recap.

Plenty of stories have come out of the WSOP so far, from loud Brits to marked cards. Want to know all about it? Read 42nd Street.

The ten-level rule that was implemented at this year’s World Series of Poker has caused a bit of a stir among players. Here are some player reactions to the rule.

EPT Season 8 Schedule – The First Half

The first seven events of Season 8 of the PokerStars.com European Poker Tour were announced on Friday. The first event kicks off in Tallinn, Estonia, on August 2.

“I’m really looking forward to the coming EPT season. My live game is something I want to work hard on improving, and I would love to have some deep runs this year. I plan to play in most of the events, including Barcelona, the PCA and London. Those stops will be big events for me,” said Team PokerStars Pro Viktor “Isildur1″ Blom.

The PCA is on the schedule again this year, as well as EPT London. Those two events are the only “Festival of Poker” events set to take place. Barcelona, San Remo, Prague, and Deauville are on the schedule as well.

“We’re delighted to announce the dates for the first half of EPT Season 8. We’re expecting another incredible year, with a whole host of new champions crowned and maybe even the first ever two-time EPT Main Event winner,” EPT chairman John Duthie said.

EPT Season 8 Schedule

For more, head on over to PokerStars.com.

Barton Joins Reid

Representative Joe Barton and Senator Harry Reid don’t agree on much, but one thing they have been able to come to terms with is online poker legalization.

Barton is the chairman emeritus of the Energy and Commerce Committee and intends to introduce a new online poker bill. The bill, which is still being worked on, is expected to be introduced this summer.

“I love to play poker,” Barton told the Las Vegas Sun last week. “When I was in the minority, I told (other lawmakers), ‘you’re in the majority, do something about it.’ But now I’m in the majority and I’m trying to get it going.”

John Pappas, executive director of the Poker Players Alliance said, “We think he can bring a very strong coalition of conservative-minded Republicans to support it. He’s respected, not only with the more socially conservative, but the more fiscally conservative caucus within the House, and brings a really credible voice to this issue … because he understands why regulation makes sense, not only from the perspective of a lawmaker, but also that of a poker player.”

Want to find out more about Barton’s plans? Check out LasVegasSun.com.

Are We Any Closer to Production?

We’re not sure how many times we’re going to get your hopes up for Rounders 2, but add this info to the list. According to The Atlantic Wire, Matt Damon and Harvey Weinstein met in Manhattan this week to discuss Rounders 2. The original screenwriters of Rounders, Brian Koppelman and David Levien were at the meeting, as well. The Atlantic Wire has also reported that a source says Edward Norton will be joining the sequel.

We’ve pretty much told you everything the article said, but you can read it for yourself at TheAtlanticWire.com.

Australia Looking for Legalized Online Poker

Four of Australia’s biggest online gaming sites have backed proposed measures that would stamp out match-fixing. Betfair chief executive Andrew Twaits is not only calling for that legislation, but is also asking for tighter controls on online poker, as well.

“While it is pleasing to see both the federal and state governments taking the integrity of betting in sports seriously and on a united front, the present legislation is clearly not working when it comes to online poker,” Twaits said.

“Online sports betting in this country turns over $ 300 million a year, is highly regulated and we pay our taxes, while operators of online poker sites are not, many of which are controlled and run offshore.

“That’s the real challenge facing not just the federal and state governments of this country, but governments across the globe.”

TheAustralian.com.au has more.

Get Pretty for that Final Table

Are you in Las Vegas for the duration of the 2011 World Series of Poker? You’re going to want to look nice when you make that final table. Sarah Grant gives you a look at one of her favorite salons in Las Vegas.

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The Weekly Turbo:Harry Reid Bill, WPT Season IX Preview, and More

If you missed any of the week’s news, it’s OK, we’re highlighting the top stories of the day in this one little article. What did you miss? Well, we’ve got a breakdown of Harry Reid’s Internet poker bill, promo video of season nine of the World Poker Tour, and more.

Breaking it Down

If you’ve gotten hold of Harry Reid’s Internet poker bill, the Prohibition of Internet Gambling, Internet Poker Regulation, and Strengthening UIGEA Act of 2010 (clearly they’ve taken a page out of the World Poker Tour’s handbook on how to give something a very long name), then you might be a little confused as to what this all means for online poker. We sympathize. All the legal talk makes our heads spin, too. Fortunately, PokerNews blogger Dave Behr (or F-Train as some of you may know him) has done the dirty work for us. He took a look at the bill and dissected it for us in his blog.

He did this with both versions of the bill, but we’re going to focus on the second one. Because we’re not fans of bad news here, we’re getting it out of the way first — the second version of the bill includes the two-year exclusion for operators who have not owned or controlled a casino or race track for a minimum of five years prior to their application. What does that mean? Full Tilt, PokerStars, and online poker sites alike would be excluded from the U.S. market for two years after the first license is issued.

Other things in the bill that are of note:

  • There is a 15-month blackout period on issuing any license.
  • The U.S. player pool will be segregated from the rest of the world at least three years after the first license is issued.
  • There is a five-year prison term in addition to the $ 1 million per-day penalty for operating without a license.
  • States can opt-in or opt-out of allowing online poker.

This is just some of the blog post from Behr’s blog. If you want to learn more, check out Ftrain.blogspot.com.

Same Show, New Look

Speaking of the World Poker Tour, we know you’re all champing at the bit to check out the new redesign of the show when it premieres February 13 on FSN. Lucky for you, we’ve got a sneak peek of it for you right now.

Some of new features of the WPT broadcast include new theme music composed by Tom Hedden, father of the NFL sound, Kimberly Lansing in the anchor position, Tony Dunst tearing players apart in the Raw Deal segment, the Royal Flush Girls, more footage from each day of play, and more. It’s better if you watch it, so we’ll leave you to it.

PokerNews Announces PCA Live Reporting Coverage

Your favorite Live Reporting team will be headed to the Caribbean in January for the 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. It all kicks off on January 6 with the $ 100,000 buy-in Super High Roller Event. The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will bring you all the action from the felt as some of your favorite pros battle it out in some high-stakes action. Not only that, but Team PokerNews will be on hand with updates and video from the Main Event, the $ 25k High Roller, and the Bounty Shootout.

PCA already has over 700 players registered and tournament organizers predict the field will shatter the 2010 record of 1,529. We’re sure you’re all planning on heading to Atlantis in the Bahamas for some fun in the sun and some poker on the side. Before you go drafting your schedule, you should note that the Bounty Shootout has been upgraded to a three-day, six-max triple-shootout format with a 216-player cap.

There are a few other schedule changes you should note, check out the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure website for more.

Voting Open for Bluff Reader’s Choice Awards

We told you last week that our very own Gloria Balding was nominated for Favorite Poker Hostess in the Bluff Reader’s Choice Awards. Well, voting for that has officially opened and this is your friendly reminder. Not only is Gloria up for an award, but so is PokerNews blogger Martin Harris, or Short-Stacked Shamus, as many of you may know him, for Favorite Poker Blog.

Go vote. Who knows, maybe Gloria will bake you one of her state-fair winning pies.

2010 Canadian Athlete of the Year

2010 World Series of Poker Main Event winner Jonathan Duhamel is in the running to become the 2010 Canadian Athlete of the Year. He secured one of the 16 spots on Sportsnet.ca’s list of athletes.

Duhamel is in Group 2 of the of the bracket-style voting set up and he’s up against Winter Olympics gold medal pairs figure skaters Tesse Virtue and Scott Moir. If he wins the first round, he’ll take on the winner of the matchup between Pittsburgh Penguins hockey player Sidney Crosby and freestyle skier Ashleigh McIvor.

Also in the running for 2010 Canadian Athlete of the Year are UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre, Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto, and Toronto FC attacking midfielder Dwayne De Rosario, among others.

Want to vote for your favorite Canadian? Head on over to Sportsnet.ca.

Do You Hear What I Hear

“Hoodie, check. iPad, check. Headphones, can’t leave without those because you have to drown out the fish some how.” We’re pretty sure that’s how it goes in most poker player’s heads when they head to a poker tournament. Well, in case those headphones get lost, or crushed after a bad beat, you can now get a new pair just before the next tournament at a World Series of Poker event. Leading global speaker manufacturer Klipsch and the World Series of Poker have announced a strategic sponsorship whereby Klipsch will play a central role in on-site and online WSOP play.

“Connecting with the WSOP’s large following and educating them on our different audio solutions presents such a wonderful opportunity for Klipsch,” Klipsch President Paul Jacobs said. “We can’t wait to help WSOP participants and fans get and stay in the zone with our headphones and prove we’re their best bet when it comes to high performance audio.”

The Klipsch brand will be prominently featured at all WSOP events, and poker players will be able to purchase Klipsch products at the events.

“Poker players have an unofficial uniform and it starts with a great pair of headphones,” WSOP Vice President Ty Stewart said. “Klipsch understands poker culture is pop culture and we plan to introduce them to an entire segment of influencers.”

WSOP.com has more about this strategic sponsorship.

RCNR

If you happened to be at the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table, you no doubt saw the throngs of people wearing black t-shirts with a RCNR logo across the front. You probably also noticed that everywhere John Racener went, a camera crew followed. That’s because a documentary was being filmed. The film will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look into the world of John Racener — his ups and downs from the beginning of his quest in trying to become the 2010 WSOP Main Event champ and beyond.

Check out the trailer below.

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The Weekly Turbo: Harry Reid Pushes for Online Poker Legislation, ESPN’s The Nuts, and More

If you missed any of the news this week, or just have a bad memory, then you’re in luck. The Weekly Turbo is bringing you the top news stories of the week, including Harry Reid’s push to legalize online poker, ESPN’s The Nuts rankings, and more.

Reid Pushes Online Poker Legislation

It was recently been reported that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is seeking to legalize online poker by attempting to pass legislation in Congress’ lame-duck session. His staffers are said to be circulating a bill that is backed by large casino interests. The casinos were among Reid’s biggest donors in his re-election campaign and are arguing that the bill would “provide consumer protection for poker players and would provide some tax revenue for federal and state governments.”

Three Republican lawmakers have sent a letter to Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opposing the bill. “Congress should not take advantage of the young, the weak and the vulnerable in the name of new revenues to cover more government spending,” Rep. Spencer Bachus said.

According to a draft of the bill, language is being considered that would allow only existing casinos, horse tracks, and slot-machine makers to operate online poker websites in the first two years after the bill passes. As the bill is drafted currently, taxes on wagers would be sent to both federal and state governments.

Read the entire Wall Street Journal article for more.

The Nuts

The latest installment of ESPN’s The Nuts is back. The monthly blog post ranks the best players in poker at the moment. The panel includes PokerNews’ Editor-in-Chief Matthew Parvis, PokerNews‘ Tournament Reporting Manager Don Peters, ESPN’s Andrew Feldman, Gary Wise, and Bernard Lee, Bluff Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Lance Bradley and Bluff Magazine’s senior writer Jessica Welman, PokerRoad’s Court Harrington, PokerNewsDaily’s Dan Cypra and ESPN Deportes poker editor Nahuel Ponce.

It’s no surprise who’s in the top spot – again. Phil Ivey has been sitting pretty in the number one spot since, well, for a long time, but he’s got someone nipping at his heels. This month, Jason Mercier earned three number one votes from the ten panelists. He’s sitting in the second spot on the list again. “Not only is he one of the best players in the game at such a young age, but he’s also a great ambassador for poker and something that’s often overlooked these days,” Donnie Peters said.

There’s a new face on the list. Vanessa Selbst, who recently won the Partouche Poker Tour, jumped into Patrik Antonius’ previous spot — eighth place. Antonius rounds out the list in the tenth spot this month.

We like to keep things short and sweet around here, so you’re going to have to head on over to ESPN.com for more.

Missing, but Not Lost

Did you sign on to the Android Marketplace last weekend only to find the Full Tilt Poker Rush Poker Mobile app MIA? What a bummer. According to Droid-Life.com, the app was pulled “due to maintenance.”

There have also been reports that the app was pulled because of a new ratings system for apps in the marketplace. The rule states: “Apps with gambling themes or that include simulated gambling should be rated ‘Teen’ or above. Real gambling is not allowed in Android Market.”

Not to worry, though, because you can still access the app through your Droid web browser.

Read more about the app being pulled on PartTimePoker.com, and if you’re on your Android phone, download Rush Poker Mobile here.

Congratulations Gloria!

Bluff Magazine’s 6th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards are coming up. The Awards give poker fans the chance to voice their opinions on what they like in the poker world. There are 14 categories and Bluff will be releasing the nominations to all 14 categories leading up to December 6 - the day voting opens.

Favorite Poker Hostess nominations were released, and we’re proud to say that our own Gloria Balding has been nominated in this category.

“From Las Vegas to Paris to Macau and back again, Balding has become one of the best interviewers in the poker world. The only nominee not on a televised poker show. Yet.”

Also nominated for the award is Lacey Jones, Kimberly Lansing, Amanda Leatherman, and Kara Scott.

Remember, voting opens December 6, so don’t forget to vote! Find out more at BluffMagazine.com.

Teaming Up

Lock Poker has teamed up with SharkScope to integrate advanced player stats into its software. Lock is launching a new player dashboard, and players will be able to view their own stats, search their opponents’ stats, and much more.

“One of our mandates as a company is to provide a superior online poker experience” CEO of Lock Poker Jennifer Larson said. ” We are determined to take this industry by storm and innovate in every possible way we can. The player comes first at Lock and that will always drive our business development.”

This dashboard will be the first of its kind for any poker room.

“SharkScope is delighted to be working with Lock Poker in a groundbreaking partnership that brings our years of expertise in the display and analysis of poker statistics directly to Lock Poker players,” SharkScope’s CEO said. “Players will be able to track their tournament results, examine their statistics in great detail and so find new ways of increasing their profits, all directly on the Lock Poker site.”

Sign up for a Lock Poker account today and not only will you be able to test drive the new software, but we’ll match 200% of your first deposit up to $ 1,000!

Want a New Ride?

Did you miss your chance to bid over a hundred thousand dollars on Peter Eastgate’s bracelet on eBay? If that extra cash is lying around and you’re looking to join a bidding war, how about bidding on Vanessa Rousso’s 2007 yellow Lamborghini Gallardo? The Team PokerStars Pro has but the car up on eBay with a “Buy it Now” of $ 126,500.

According to the listing, there are only 5,000 cars like it in the world. The car has 12,875 miles on it and comes with a computer, iPod and USB connections, heated mirrors, and hand-knitted seats.

There are currently no bids on the vehicle, but if you’re looking to gift it to yourself as an early Christmas present, you have until December 17 to make an offer.

Check out the listing on eBay.

LA Poker Classic

The 2011 LA Poker Classic is just around the corner. The schedule for the 2011 LAPC has just been released and there are 54 events on this year’s 44-day lineup. It all kicks off January 19 with a $ 335 no-limit-hold’em five-day event with a $ 1 million guarantee. There are four starting days for Event 1 and players are allowed to re-enter on the next starting day if they bust.

With 54 events, you know there will be a plethora of different variations to be played. Knockout bounties, heads-up, shootouts, six-max, a tag team event on Valentine’s Day, and a $ 2,100 Iron Man event are on the schedule. The invitation-only WPT Celebrity Invitational is set for February 19 and as always, that event is full of actors, musicians, and of course your favorite poker pros.

If you’re looking for the big one, that gets under way on February 25. The World Poker Tour $ 10,000 championship is a six-day event and has an anticipated prize pool of more than $ 6 million.

Plan your LA trip around your favorite events by checking out the LAPC schedule at CommerceCasino.com.

The Mircos

Jay Rosenkrantz and John “JimmyLegs” Wray have developed a new animated web comedy series centered around online poker. We watched the pilot episode and we’re on board. There’s no reason you shouldn’t be. Follow Chase Berger, Tommy Phuoc, and Rose Ballenger as they try to break out of the micro-stakes and take their shots at the big leagues.

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The Nightly Turbo: Harry Reid Pushing to Legalize Online Poker, LA Poker Classic Schedule Released, and More

We’ve finally made it to the weekend! Good thing you came across the Nightly Turbo today, how else were you planning on getting your fill of the top poker news stories of the day? First up, Harry Reid is pushing to legalize online poker, so we’ll tell you about that, help you plan your January by giving you the details on the LAPC, and give you the scoop on all the poker tournaments that are getting under way this weekend – including one in the Bayou.

In Case You Missed It

Looking to do a little football betting this weekend? Read the Pigskin Diaries before making your picks.

If you have been looking for a little mixed-game action in Las Vegas, we’ve got the place for you. In the latest edition of the Sin City Series, Kristy Arnett talks to the Venetian Poker Room manager about the mixed games that run regularly and how to get in on them.

There were some huge pots being played at the Full Tilt Poker high-stakes tables this week. Find out who was involved in the most in the Online Railbird Report.

Reid Pushes Online Poker Legislation

It has recently been reported that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is seeking to legalize online poker by attempting to pass legislation in Congress’ lame-duck session. His staffers are said to be circulating a bill that is backed by large casino interests. The casinos were among Reid’s biggest donors in his re-election campaign and are arguing that the bill would “provide consumer protection for poker players and would provide some tax revenue for federal and state governments.”

Three Republican lawmakers have sent a letter to Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, in opposition of trying to pass the bill. “Congress should not take advantage of the young, the weak and the vulnerable in the name of new revenues to cover more government spending,” Rep. Spencer Bachus said.

According to a draft of the bill, language is being considered that would allow only existing casinos, horse tracks, and slot-machine makers would be allowed to operate online poker websites in the first two years that the bill passes. As the bill is drafted currently, taxes on wagers would be sent to both federal and state governments.

Read the entire Wall Street Journal article for more.

LA Poker Classic

The 2011 LA Poker Classic is just around the corner. The schedule for the 2011 LAPC has just been released and there are 54 events on this year’s 44-day line up. It all kicks off January 19 with a $ 335 no-limit-hold’em five-day event with a $ 1 million guarantee. There are four starting days for Event 1 and players are allowed to re-enter on the next starting day if they bust.

With 54 events, you know there will be a plethora of different variations to be played. Knockout bounties, heads-up, shootouts, six-max, a tag team event on Valentine’s Day, and a $ 2,100 Iron Man event are on the schedule. The invitation-only WPT Celebrity Invitational is set for February 19 and as always, that event is full of actors, musicians, and of course your favorite poker pros.

If you’re looking for the big one, that gets under way on February 25. The World Poker Tour $ 10,000 championship is a six-day event and has an anticipated prize pool of more than $ 6 million.

Plan your LA trip around your favorite events by checking out the LAPC schedule at CommerceCasino.com.

Five Diamond World Poker Classic

Speaking of World Poker Tour events, the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic began today. Last year, 329 players took their seats in the $ 15,000 buy-in event. Daniel Alaei came out victorious last year, defeating the stacked final table that included Scotty Nguyen, Josh Arieh, Faraz Jaka, Steve O’Dwyer, and Shawn Buchanan.

The buy-in this year was lowered to $ 10,000 and Jason Mercier, Lauren Kling, Jonathan Little, Joe Sebok, Vanessa Selbst, and Scotty Nguyen, have already taken their seats in the Bellagio’s Fontana Lounge.

Registration is open through the first eight levels of play, roughly 5 p.m. Saturday, so if you’re looking for some poker action, you have plenty of time to sign up.

If you aren’t playing and want to follow along, check out WPT.com for updates.

In the Bayou

If you can’t make it out to the desert for the World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, then maybe the Bayou is closer. The World Series of Poker is hosting the Bayou Poker Classic at Harrah’s New Orleans. It all got under way December 2 and is running through December 12.

The Bayou Poker Challenge is categorized as a WSOP Satellite, not a Circuit event. The winner of the Main Event gets a seat in next year’s WSOP Main Event plus expenses. There are 15 events on the schedule ranging from $ 300 buy-ins to $ 2,500 for the Main Event. Final tablists from Events 1 through 10 will qualify for the Tournament of Champions Freeroll were the prize pool is ten seats into the BPC Main Event.

Sound like it’s right up your alley? Find out more at WSOP.com.

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