The one millionth post solidifies FTR’s spot amongst the elite poker forums. Veteran posters have seen their careers thrive. Prolific posters Adrian “Chardrian” Dressel-Velasquez and Max “Numbr2intheWorld” Steinberg have WSOP Final Table appearances. Steinberg also finished runner-up in a LAPT event. Tournament wizards Maxxscam and drmcboy both own coveted gold jerseys in recognition of taking down an FTOPS Event.
Perhaps the most famous poster at FTR is Rich “nutsinho” Lyndaker. Lyndaker’s career took off after he he finished second in the 2008 WSOP 6-max event, pocketing over $570,000. Soon after that Nutsinho began to dominate the $25/$50 game on PokerStars and took on the likes of Tom “Durrrr” Dwan at $200/$400. His expert advice can be seen in the Short-Handed NL Hold’em and High Stake NL Hold’em forums.
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FTR knows we could not have reached the 1,000,000 post mark without you. Thank you! We love watching you succeed as your poker careers flourish. Here’s to post 2,000,000! Cheers!
Do you remember Men In Black? Specifially, when Will Smith asked the officer why the lot were summoned, the officer replied: “Well, because you are the best of the best of the best!” This expression truly applies to last night’s event, the 2009 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker event #10: $10,300 High Rollers.
Why so many superlatives? Well, take a gander at some of tonight’s players, which inluded Skilled_Sox, Iftarii, Stevie444, busto_soon, JC Alvarado, LadyMaverick, Money800, JoeHachem, Peter Eastgate, apestyles, pearljammer, Deldar182, SirWatts, shaundeeb, ElkY, ZeeJustin, t soprano, Roothlus, p3achy_keen, stevejpa, Enassigned, AJKHoosier1, SCTrojans. A truly veritable smorgasboard of online poker’s who’s who. This tournament was extremely deepstacked and had very slow moving blinds, and the final table bubble alone lasted more than an hour.
The 2009 WCOOP Event #10 was hosted by Vanessa Rousso and also her husband and fellow PokerStars Pro Chad Brown, who later subbed in for her.
Well, enough with the preliminaries and on to the actual action!
The bubble was literally interminable. After more than an hour of 10-man play on two tables, it t
Finally, its Andy Alleman, team pokerstars pro, who got impatient and lost a bubble race.