David Peters wins ANOTHER Super High Roller

We recap the stories you may have missed including a Lex update, added value EPT satellites and a nightmare for a $1 online qualifier.

Peters wins another Super High Roller

Seven-figure prizes are becoming remarkably common in poker these days and last night David Peters won his fifth of the year. 

He took down the $100,000 event at the Aria in Las Vegas for $1,104,000 to mark his sixth High Roller title of the year, making him as much contender for player of the year as Steve O'Dwyer, Mikita Badziakouski and Justin Bonomo.

It also takes this year's earnings up to $9,035,013 moving him to 4th on the 2018 money list, and his lifetime winnings up to $27,815,921, moving him up to 6th on the all time list.

Lex sidelined for longer

Bad news for Lex Veldhuis fans as his health problems have not rectified themselves after a break, in fact after a second opinion by doctors he will be sidelined for a while longer.

As we are sure everyone in our audience will agree, take as long as you need Lex and good luck with the tests.

Presidential Suite upgrade in Prague

Prague Hilton

EPT Prague is just around the corner and as a special incentive for those of you wishing to qualify, PokerStars have added a touch of glamour to this weekend's satellite. 

You can qualify this Sunday, November 11, in their €530 direction qualifier, and the player with the biggest stack when the bubble bursts will get a free upgrade to the Presidential Suite at the Prague Hilton. 

That includes a kitchen, two bathrooms, an executive lounge and some of the best views a wintery Prague has to offer. 

$1 poker dream becomes a nightmare

Finally, it was the poker dream for one lucky online qualifier who go to play on a TV table against some of the biggest names in poker for just $1, but it became the stuff of poker nightmares when.....

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  • CucumbaMan

    #1

    The AA vs KK hand. That was really painful. I know it's poker, but Maria got a lot of winnings. Wouldn't it be fair is she would give this guy a 1000$ after this?