The 2010 World Series of Poker is quickly finishing up and event #56 has been completed. The event was a no limit hold’em tournament which had a buy-in of $2,500. The tournament had almost 2,000 players competing which created a total prize pool of $4,466,600.
Event #51 of the 2010 World Series of Poker has finished up and the winner of the event was Ryan Welch. The event had a buy-in of $3,000 and had 965 players competing which created a prize pool of just over $2.6 million dollars.
3,128 players registered to compete in the 47th event of the 2010 World Series of Poker. the event was a $1,000 no limit hold’em tournament and by yesterday the event was down to the final nine players. The competition would be tough but in the end it would be Shawn Busse who would emerge the first place winner.
PokerStars has been a very busy online poker room. From hosting the biggest land tournaments around as well as special online tournaments, the poker room is busy creating a top notch poker room for players to enjoy. The site has also been busy signing poker pros to their site. the site recently signed David Williams as a sponsored pro and now the site has announced the signing of poker pro Vanessa Selbst.
Online poker rooms are constantly adding new poker pros and celebrities to their online poker teams as well as poker sponsorships. Two poker sites recently announced they have signed a new poker pro to their teams. PokerStars as well as Carbon Poker have both signed poker pros.