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Poker PROfile Q&A: Rising Live Tournament Star Pratyush Buddiga

In the early 2000’s it seemed that every week there was another “young gun” making a name for himself on the live tournament circuit. In the wake of Black Friday, there have been fewer and fewer players who make their way from online tournament grinder to high-stakes live sensation.

One player who has successfully made that transition in recent years and earned the title of “one to watch” is Pratyush Buddiga. Over the past few years he has put together over $ 1.3 million in live earnings, with a big win at the 2014 Fallsview Poker Classic that put him into contention in this year’s Card Player Player of the Year race.

We caught up with Buddiga at the 2014 Irish Poker Open main event to talk about his background in the game, how WSOP main event champ Pius Heinz and Mike McDonald helped him with his game and more.

Erik Fast: So Pratyush, I’ve been seeing your name in the results for more and more live tournaments in recent years. Can you tell me a little about your background in poker?

Pratyush Buddiga: I started playing poker a little bit in high school, but it was never very serious. By the time I went to University I essentially stopped because I was always busy with school. In 2010, I had this one pretty easy semester so I started playing more and made some friends with some poker pros through AIM (instant messenger). One of the guys who helped me a lot ended up being the 2011 WSOP main event champ, Pius Heinz. He helped me a ton with my game and I went from playing $ 20 tournaments online to the mid-stakes. I graduated from Duke in 2011 and after Black Friday I decided to just see where poker might go.

Pratyush Buddiga at the WSOPEF: What did you study in school?

PB: I studied economics, which isn’t directly applicable to poker necessarily, but it is a decent major and I am glad I got my degree at least.

EF: You say that meeting Pius was very important to improving your game. How did you connect with him?

PB: I met him on a poker forum, where I had hired this guy as a poker coach and he was in the same chat group with us. By the time Pius won the main event he was playing mid to high stakes online, and we became good friends. He is sort of semi-retired now so he doesn’t play as much, but in the beginning he was the biggest influence on my game.

EF: How did you start making the transition to the live game?

PB: I had started to get better online and in the beginning of 2012 I started to get coached by Timex (Mike McDonald) and from there my results started to get better and better. In the spring I had two big results on the European Poker Tour, finishing eighth and 16th in back-to-back main events, and that gave my bankroll a pretty big boost. In the summer of 2012 I moved in with Timex, and since then things have kept improving. Mike’s been an awesome coach for me.

EF: So you reached out to him for coaching?

PB: Yeah, I started playing more high stakes and was getting crushed. Moving up from mid-stakes, where I played pretty ABC and didn’t bluff a lot outside of some occasional three-bets. In the high stakes you can get run over pretty easily playing ABC so I reached out to Mike and his coaching helped me a lot. We became pretty good friends and after a while he told me that he had an extra bedroom up there (in Canada) and I thought, why not?

Buddiga moves all inEF: So in 2012 you had some live results, but all of a sudden last year I saw that you played in a $ 130,000 USD buy-in super high roller in Macau, where you finished eighth for $ 772,870. How did that come about?

PB: Basically, I was in Monte Carlo with Mike for last year’s EPT Grand Final and he heard about this tournament that was going to take place in Macau and it sounded like the best tournament that has ever been run. It’s going to be a $ 100,000 buy-in with more than 120 entries and mostly businessman, maybe only 30 big name pros in the field. He said I should try to play it, but I was hesitant because I hadn’t even played a $ 25,000 at that point. He insisted that it would be the best tournament ever run in the history of poker in terms of one that’s open to the public. So he said, “No matter what, you should try to get in.” These German kids were interested in buying my action, so I played.

EF: So how was that whole experience? Had you ever been out there before?

PB: No, I had never been to Macau. It was definitely pretty nerve wracking in the beginning. I hadn’t worn sunglasses at the table in forever, but on the first day I realized that it was my first really big buy-in so I should probably be extra careful about giving off tells. There were a lot of businessmen in the field, but there were also a lot of the high roller regulars like philbort (Phillip Gruissem) and Igor Kurganov, and if I end up at the table with them I don’t want to give anything away with tells. So I ended up wearing sunglasses. It was definitely nerve wracking, but probably the most fun I’ve ever had playing an event.

EF: The field definitely seemed a bit different than most $ 100,000 buy-in events, with a few more mid-stakes players.

PB: Yeah, it was definitely a unique tournament. I think if they run it again it will probably be worse because more pros will know how good it is. I think a lot of people didn’t bother because it was during the World Series of Poker, but this year they would probably make the trip.

Buddiga on day 1 of the 2014 Irish OpenEF: So just a few months ago in Canada you won the Fallsview Poker Classic $ 2,500 event for your first big live win after a deal you made three handed. As a result you’re now inside the top 50 in the Card Player Player of the Year race. Can you tell me about that experience?

PB: That was a pretty fun tournament. I was originally just going to head out there for the $ 5,000 main event, because I was in Colorado at the time visiting my girlfriend. Mike told me the tournaments were really good though, and encouraged me to make it out for the $ 2,500 as well as the main event. So I flew back to Canada and drove down with Mike. I ran hot immediately and chipped up incredibly quickly. I had around 80,000 at 150-300 blinds, which I never have, so it was pretty sweet and it was just smooth sailing from there. It was nice to finally close it out, after having the close results in the EPT events and the eighth in the Macau tournament, it felt good to get finally close it out.

EF: So where do you go from here, as far as your career is concerned?

PB: The main thing is for me to just keep working on getting better. I would like to be one of the elite tournament poker players. I’ve had pretty good results but I still think there’s a long way to go. It would be nice to win an online major, as I’m still playing a lot from Canada. After the Irish Open and the EPT Grand Final Mike and I are going back to Canada to play SCOOP (the Spring Championship of Online Poker on PokerStars). After that I’m heading to the WSOP for the whole time. Last year I only did the last few weeks, as I’m not a huge fan of Vegas, but now that my girlfriend is out in Colorado it’s a little easier for her to visit me, so I’m just going to be there from the very first event.

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Poker Player Dan Bilzerian Throws Porn Star Off Roof Into Pool, And She Breaks Her Foot

High-stakes poker player and Instagram celebrity Dan Bilzerian was recently doing a shoot for Hustler magazine and decide it would be cool to throw 19-year-old porn star Janice Griffith, who was a model in the shoot, off a roof and into a pool, TMZ reported.

Bilzerian didn’t quite throw her far enough, as the less-than-100-pound Griffith smashed her foot on the side of the pool, and reportedly she broke it.

There were no drugs or alcohol involved, according to Griffith.

According to a followup story from TMZ, Griffith seemed to indicate she would sue him.

According to the report, Bilzerian didn’t even apologize for what happened.

“I didn’t ever hear ‘sorry’ from him,” Griffith said.

Bilzerian has made headlines before for his behavior and other comments. Card Player had the chance to interview him earlier this year about his poker play, which includes winning more than $ 10 million in a single cash game session.

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Former NBA Star Plays Poker At 2014 PCA

Former NBA All-Star Gilbert Arenas took some time out of his schedule this week to make the trip to the Bahamas to compete in the main event of the prestigious PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.

Arenas ponied up the $ 10,000 to enter Day 1A, but he failed to survive the day. Prior to entering the tournament, he played some cash. According to reports, Arenas was no slouch on the felt.

Though he is no longer in the NBA (not officially retired yet), the 32-year-old, as Sports Illustrated pointed out, “signed a six year, $ 111 million contract with the Washington Wizards back in 2008, and because the Orlando Magic (who traded for Arenas three years later), restructured the contract, Arenas is getting checks until 2016.”

Arenas recently told TMZ that he’s training for a potential NBA comeback.

He isn’t the only basketball player to make an appearance on the tournament circuit in recent years. Jordan Farmar, Shawn Marion and Paul Pierce have all entered prime-time poker events as well. And then there is the late Jerry Buss, who owned the Lakers and was a familiar face in cash games and tournaments around the country.

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Former Baseball Star To Host Charity Poker Tournament In Florida

Former baseball slugger Jeff Conine will soon host his third annual charity poker tournament in South Florida to benefit his Conine Clubhouse at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. The event is at Calder Casino & Race Course.

The event asks for a $ 300 donation, and with it one will be able to play poker with Conine, other Miami Marlins players and “many more sports celebrities,” the event’s site said.

The event, dubbed the “Conine Poker Classic”, is Sunday, Sept. 29.

Prizes include a trip to Costa Rica, a designer men’s watch and a $ 10,000 seat to the 2014 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Conine Clubhouse is a free home-away-from-home for families, while their children are patients at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida.

More than 7,000 families have stayed at the Conine Clubhouse. The Conine Clubhouse provides all the amenities of a three-star hotel.

During his professional baseball career, Conine was a two-time All-Star (1994, 1995), two-time World Series champion with the Marlins (1997, 2003) and 1995 MLB All-Star Game MVP. He hit 214 home runs over his lengthy career, accumulating 1,982 total hits.

He retired at the end of the 2007 season.

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Steve O’Dwyer Leads Star Studded European Poker Tour Grand Final Final Table

A total of 531 entries were made in the 2013 PokerStars European Poker Tour Grand Final €10,600 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event, and from that host of players has emerged what is undeniably the most star-studded EPT main event final table in the tour’s nine-season history. Here is a look at the chip counts of the final eight, who will battle it out for the prestigious title and first-place prize of €1,224,000 ($ 1,607,969 USD):

These eight players combine for a total of 37.8 million in live tournament earnings, with a triple-crown winner in Jake Cody and a possible triple crown in the balance for six-time bracelet winner and two-time World Poker Tour champion Daniel Negreanu.

Jason Mercier and the previously mentioned Jake Cody both also have the opportunity to become the first player to ever win two EPT main events.

Chip leader Steve O’Dwyer is looking to improve on his runner-up finish in the 2011 EPT London main event worth $ 717,728, the largest score of his career so far.

The final table will resume on Sunday, May 12th at 13:00 CET, with a live-streaming broadcast with hole cards available starting at 14:00 CET on EPT Live.

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WeiKai Chang Wins World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star

WeiKai Chang has emerged victorious in the 2013 World Poker Tour Bay 101 Shooting Star, topping the largest field in the event’s history to win $ 1,138,350 and 1,680 Card Player Player of the Year points. As a result, Chang now sits in eighth place in the POY standings.

Current POY leader Paul VolpeA total of 643 entries were made in this year’s event, building a prizepool of $ 4,597,450. After four days of play, the huge field was whittled down to a final table of six. Just over a week after entering the WPT L.A. Poker Classic final table with the chip lead Paul Volpe found himself in the same position. Volpe finished runner-up at the LAPC, and eventually busted from this event in third. As a result of his impressive back-to-back performance, Volpe has overtaken the lead in the POY race with 2,870 total points and year-to-date earnings of $ 1,086,780.

Former WPT champion Erik Seidel finished fourth for $ 295,590. This was Seidel’s second final table of the year, and as a result he’s climbed to 25th place in the POY race.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

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The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Smashes More Records, Poker Site Signs Rap Star, and More

Nightly Turbo

PokerStars rewrote the online poker record books again this week. We’ll bring you that story, plus a French rap star joining an impressive roster of online poker pros, in this edition of the Nightly Turbo.

In Case You Missed It

Jeff Gross and Gavin Smith headlined a talented final table at the inaugural World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event. Find out how they got there in our WPT recap.

Poker wasn’t the only activity taking place at the WPT over the weekend. Antonio Esfandiari squared off against Phil Laak in the WPT Montreal Playground Poker Hockey Challenge.

Poker players are working on a petition to ban Howard Lederer from playing at the Aria in Las Vegas. But according to PokerNews’ Rich Ryan, this petition is insane. Ryan touches on that topic and more in his latest Five Thoughts piece.

Need to improve at six-handed no-limit hold’em cash games? Check out the free training video by Cardrunners instructor Matthew Dorand.

PokerStars One-ups Itself

The third edition of the PokerStars MicroMillions tournament series wrapped up Sunday after 11 days of 100 micro-stakes events. The series boasted a total of 1,308,994 entries, becoming the largest online poker festival in history. The combined prize pool of MicroMillions III events was $ 8,276,083, which crushed the advertised $ 5 million guarantee.

The previous record for largest online poker series was July’s MicroMillions II, which had 1,288,221 entries.

Two players completed their own historic achievements during the MicroMillions III series. “Alfons777999″ and “ADP1985″ each won their second MicroMillions titles, becoming the first two players to do so. “Alfons777999″ bested 6,886 players in a $ 2.20 turbo rebuy for $ 7,371.32, and “ADP1985″ won the $ 3.30+R No Limit Hold’em event for $ 14,096.

The big story, though, was Team PokerStars Pro Marcin “Goral” Horecki, who won his second MicroMillions leaderboard. Horecki played in all 100 events, cashed in 34, and even scooped a victory in the $ 4.40+R PLO 6-Max event along the way. For the accomplishment, Horecki received the MMIII trophy and a $ 16,000 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure package.

For more information, including all MicroMillions III tournament results and historical statistics, visit PokerStars.com.

Kool Shen Joins Winamax

French rap star and accomplished poker player Bruno “Kool Shen” Lopes is the latest to join Team Winamax as a sponsored pro for the French online poker room.

Lopes, best known for his talents behind a mic, has terrorized the European poker circuit in 2012. In January, he won the Euro Finals of Poker Diamond Championship for $ 127,514. He followed that up with a victory at the World Poker Tour National Cannes Main Event in June for €100,500. He also took fourth place at the European Poker Tour Madrid Main Event for €140,000 in March.

“Winamax is proud that Bruno has become part of our representatives on the major international tournament circuit,” said Winamax Director Frichet Canel in a statement. “His record in tournaments speaks for itself. Bruno is not only a media personality, but he is also a very good player. We truly believe that he will be full of surprises and will emerge as a major player on the professional circuit.”

Lopes joins Gaelle Baumann, Davidi Kitai, Ludovic Lacay, Nicolas Levi, Patrick Bruel, and others on Team Winamax.

Check out the announcement at team-winamax.com.

Mohegan Sun Chooses Ongame

On Tuesday, Mohegan Sun Casino announced it has selected an online poker provider to power its play-for-free online poker set to debut in 2013. Mohegan partnered up with Amaya Gaming subsidiary Ongame Network, which will provide the platform for Mohegan Sun ahead of real-money Internet poker regulation.

“We have been looking for the best possible fit for a poker partner for over six months,” said Mitchell Etess, CEO of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority. “Mohegan Sun needs a provider who has outstanding regulatory experience and flexibility to offer intrastate play-for-free poker at first, and the technology to enable real money online poker when it is legalized. We are proud to announce that this partner is Ongame.”

Amaya Gaming purchased Ongame from bwin.party earlier this month for an initial payment of €15 million. If regulated online gaming returns to the United States in the next five years, Amaya Gaming is also subject to additional payments of up to €10 million.

Mohegan officials said in a press release that the Mohegan Tribe’s recent movement is the first by an East Coast casino operation into the world of online gaming and poker. “This will enable Mohegan Sun to be at the head of the line when legalized real money poker is available to American customers,” a statement from the company read.

Yahoo.com has more.

GUKPT Reveals 2013 Schedule

The Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) will return in 2013 with a new structure and prize pool guarantees totaling £1,750,000. Twelve GUKPT no-limit hold’em Main Events will be hosted in Grosvenor G Casinos around the U.K., featuring a variety of £1,070 buy-ins (£200,000 guaranteed) and £530 buy-ins (£50,000 guaranteed).

Champions of the events and winners of the side events with buy-ins over £101 will be awarded free entry into the £400,000 guaranteed Grand Final event in London in December. Those who win side events of buy-ins up to £100 (excluding satellites) will be awarded with £500 in GUKPT vouchers which can be used toward any event in the 2013 series.

Also set to return in August is the £100 + £20 GUKPT Goliath mega-tournament with a guarantee of £200,000.

To qualify for the GUKPT Main Events in 2013, you can win a seat with a smaller buy-in at grosvenorpoker.com or in live satellites during each event week.

Here’s a look at the 2013 GUKPT schedule:

Visit GUKPT.com for more information.

Calling The Clock

The ANZPT wrapped up its Season 5 stop in Auckland over the weekend. Before the festivites came to a close, Lynn Gilmartin caught up with former ANZPT champ Paul “KingPaulie” Hockin for the latest edition of Calling the Clock.

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Jennifer Harman To Star In TLC’s Sin City Rules

Jennifer Harman-TranielloOn Dec. 9, TLC will debut Sin City Rules, a Las Vegas-based reality show featuring poker pro Jennifer Harman.

The two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and wife of fellow poker pro Marco Traniello will be joined by a cast of four other women that make the claim that they “run Vegas.”

The show’s preview clip, with an intro spoken in turn by all five women, gives the viewer an idea of what the show will be about.

“To you, Las Vegas is a weekend. It’s a strip club, a bachelor party, a gambling spree. To me, it’s home. I’m one of the women who runs this town. I’m tough. I’m smart. I’m ruthless. And I don’t play by the rules. I make them.”

TLC, a network known for reality programs such as Toddlers & Tiaras, Hoarding: Buried Alive, Cake Boss, Extreme Couponing and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, will air the show on Sunday nights at 10 p.m., right before and after episodes of Sister Wives.

So far, the consensus in the poker community seems to be that while show doesn’t look like it will be a hit, Harman doesn’t appear to be the reason for it, nor does she seem to get involved in any of the drama shown on the preview.

Harman was the only regular female player in the big game at Bellagio for many years and has over $ 2.2 million in lifetime tournament earnings.

Take a look at the show below and let us know what you think.

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NFL Cans Interview With Movie Star After Realizing His Film Contained Gambling

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The National Football League is notoriously anti-gambling, and it just reinforced that reputation.

The NFL had taped an interview with Bradley Cooper, star of Silver Linings Playbook, before commissioner Roger Goodell’s office told the league’s TV network to pitch the content after becoming concerned with the gambling present in the film, the New York Post reported.

The movie hit theaters on Wednesday.

Robert De Niro, Cooper’s co-star, plays a part-time bookie.

“We are deeply disappointed in the NFL’s decision, and we are quite frankly surprised,” Harvey Weinstein, the film’s producer, told the New York Post. “Pulling a pre-taped interview with our stars is nothing short of censorship.”

He added that the film isn’t about NFL gambling.

Weinstein was the producer behind the cult classic poker movie Rounders.

Read more from the New York Post.

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