Joined: May '08
Age: 36 (M)
well i do enjoy these more exotic poker forms, lowball is one of them, i remember trying my luck at it in the good old pokerstars software (that is when pokerstars still wasn't owned by amaya) it's a fun game, nice break from the usual nl holdem
The game is of course a bit unusual but I like playing in such tournaments ... the game is quite interesting and I'll probably play it again some time ...... but I like the tournaments more than 10 games ... it's interesting to play in such tournaments
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 47 (M)
Big congratulations go out to John Monnette, a well-known mixed-game specialist, for winning his third WSOP bracelet. He captured his first bracelet in the $2,500 Eight Game Mix in 2011. Congratulations also to Per Hildebrand for this runner-up finish.
Joined: May '09
Age: 36 (M)
for me this is very big buy in,but not such a big payout!beaucse for this kind of players,10 K is nothing!but probably on this type of poker,there is always smaller number of player and special with big buy in!but congratulation to him on this success!
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 44 (F)
You are winning one first place a year in a tournament like this and the rest of the year you are not doing a single thing. If you are not a poker player that is cause they will probably invest some of it in other buy ins and chase even bigger money.
Posted by doubletop777: Many congratulations to John Monnette on winning his third bracelet and the first prize of $256,610. This form of poker really confuses me and i take my hat off to the skill level of these guys
The game is certainly more complicated than conventional holdem ... it has its own characteristics ... but I played it sometimes at pokerstars (when the client of this poker room was still working for me normally) and I liked the game and I even took prizes in such tournaments
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