First it is necessary to put in agreement on the rules to continue to avoid understood villains and not to spend bad moments.

It is important to establish which the number of letters to using, what plays are valid and which are not, if they are going to be used or not jokers, the amount of the rest and of the stakes, etc.

Once established clear rules, every player will be located in the table and there will be chosen the one that will distribute the letters.

The chosen one to distribute, shuffles the cards and one gives them to cut the player of his right. The player who cuts neither can take five letters or less, nor can leave five letters or less.

Five letters are distributed to every player beginning for the one that is to the left of whom it distributes. Every assessor can do it since wish: of one in one, of two in two, of three in three, first three and then two, etc. It is necessary to have present that cannot change the way of distributing inside the same round, that is to say, all the players it is necessary to give them the letters in the same way and following an order.

As soon as all the players have his letters, each one will look theirs to study his play and for shifts, beginning for the player of the left side of the assessor, will say if it wants to play or to happen.

As soon as a player opens the bets, others already will not be able to happen(pass), only they will be able to be equal or to increase the stakes

As soon as they all have been equal or increased the stake, (or they have moved back) the assessor will give the letters to the players who request a change with the aim to improve his initial play. Every player can discard and to change one, two, three, four or his five letters. The discarded cards and changes of letters are not obligatory. If a player does not discard it is said that ” it is served “.

From here the final round of stakes begins, being able every player happen or envidar until one opens the game. Once established all the stakes show themselves the plays, desire the one that has the major one. In case they all happen and nobody opens the game, the letters appear and there wins the one who had the major play.

If a player realizes a stake and nobody equalizes it, gains the play without need to show his letters. This is because not to equalize(not to agree upon) at least a stake is equivalent to move back.

This one is the event of events of the year. It are the example and the mirror for any world circuit. See it hereby: the half of your family is sure that it has in his list of things for making, the power say: ” I have played the Main Event of the World Series of Poker “. Do not you believe yourself it? Then you should see the tail of record in the WSOP, next July 5 of 2.011 in Las Vegas. There you will see the incredible stream of people of any United States who approaches to gain something of small amount of money – and to see if they put them in a televised table, next to some famous one. In any of the 1st, your opportunities to sit down next to Phil Ivey are bigger than them of winning. The WSOP are one of the events that really change lives. A great number of acquaintances of the world of the poker turned what they are thanks to some fat well check gained in the WSOP: Antonio Esfandiari, Tiffany Michelle, Michael Mizrachi (who in addition can win this year the Main) … they all take contracts to themselves and turn into pros thanks to his trip to the WSOP. Thousands of persons play in the Series of Series, in Las Vegas, and you must be one of them.

Tuesday returned to be a day of many action in the World Series of Poker 2016 with up to six different events being played at the same time.

Two more bracelets were delivered, incluído that of the winner of the 565 $ Colossus II that was taking with it a prize of 1 million dollars.

In addition, two new events began and other two reached on his 3rd.

During the whole summer, PokerNews.com us will bring the daily coverage of everything what happens in the WSOP 2016, thanks to the sponsorship of 888poker.
Crowned Ben Keeline king of the Colossus II

The player 30-year-old Ben Keeline turned into champion of the 565 $ Colossus II No-Limit Hold’em of the WSOP 2016, turning actually the dream that led him to spending two bullets in the 1st. Keeline was managing to recover finally from a field that reached 21.613 participants, a victory that was bringing a prize of 1 million dollars and his first bracelet of the WSOP.

After five days of poker, include you six initial days that were disputed in three days, Keeline came to the final Tuesday table following the estala of for leader at the time, Jiri Horak. Keeeline had a stellar action, doing I work hard and busteando to the majority of hisrivals before getting rid of Horak in the heads-up.

The day came. Today, when in Las Vegas it is a midday, and in Spain already it is falling down the evening, one will proceed to typically ” Shuffle Up and Deal ” that will mean the beginning of the Edition XLVII of the World Series of Poker.Since always, the festival will begin with the typical event focused on the employees of the casino, and from there, other 68 more events will be celebrated for all the tastes, colors and pockets. Evidently, the culminating point will come at the beginning of July, when it will begin the Main Event, winner about which we will not know until November.

Since already we have told you in previous occasions, this edition of the WSOP comes loaded from innovations, between them the new supplier of playing cards, which will be Copag to the detriment of the Italian signature Modiano, which so many critiques was removing last year for the doubtful quality of his letters.

The rest of innovations that you have to bear in mind if you think to line up your way to Las Vegas and to take part in the WSOP, are the following ones.
Full Plazas

The majority of events with right to bracelet, they will pay 15 % of the field instead of 10 % that was habitual till now. The minimal ITM will be 1,5 times the buy-in of the event.

Heading into the 2012 World Series of Poker there are perhaps more unsigned big name poker pros than ever before.

The events of Black Friday and the subsequent collapse of Full Tilt Poker made sure there would be an army of pros without online poker site sponsors hitting the Rio this summer.

Not every player is a great acquisition. Phil Ivey represents a challenge because of his alleged ties to Full Tilt Poker management while U.S. players such as Tom Dwan are a tough sell because the country is currently closed to the online poker market.

Here’s a subjective look at five great potential free agents going into the 2012 WSOP:

5) Gus Hansen

Danish pro Gus Hansen is one of the few former Team Full Tilt members who made it out of Black Friday relatively unscathed.

Hansen was not an original member of Full Tilt and made a clean break from the site after Black Friday.

So what would the “Great Dane” bring to an online poker site?

Hansen is one of the most well-known players in the world and is a fan-favorite thanks to his loose style and outgoing personality.

In addition he’s not American, which is a huge benefit thanks to the current legal climate of online poker in the U.S.

He would also stimulate the high-stakes cash games of wherever he signed as he was known to win or lose millions on a regular basis on Full Tilt Poker.

Where he would fit best: Titan Poker (despite just ending contracts with Sam Trickett and Marvin Rettenmaier) has raised its profile over the last few years and adding a huge name like Gus Hansen would be a coup. It would also be huge for its cash games.

4) Doyle Brunson

The Grandfather of Poker has been without a sponsor since cutting ties with Doyles Room after Black Friday.

Despite getting a little long in the tooth, there are very few poker players who have had as much of an impact on the game as Doyle Brunson. He owns 10 WSOP bracelets and basically wrote the book on modern poker when he released Super/System.

Any online poker room would instantly benefit from having one of the most recognizable names in the game on board.

The biggest question is if Brunson is even interested in getting involved with an online poker site after what happened with Doyles Room.

The other problem is that Brunson lives in the U.S. so he’s unable to play online and he doesn’t do that much traveling anymore.

Where he would fit best: PokerStars has an immense team of celebrated poker players from around the globe. Doyle Brunson would be the icing on the cake for a site set on world domination.

3) Sam Trickett

The U.K. poker scene is exceptionally strong these days and Sam Trickett is the best of the best.

Trickett has waged an all-out war on the live tournament circuit and has amassed over $5 million in earnings over the last couple years alone.

The Nottingham-native is hardly a one-trick pony and has been raking in some million-dollar pots in the high-stakes games from Vegas to Macau.

As a U.K. player, Trickett is available to sign on with any online poker room and would give a serious boost to any site trying to increase its presence in England.

Trickett left sponsor Titan Poker earlier this year.

Where he would fit best: 888poker has been making huge strides lately with improved software and more players. The only thing missing is some big-name pros and Sam Trickett would certainly fit that bill.

2) Phil Hellmuth

Love him or hate him, there’s no doubt Phil Hellmuth is one of biggest stars in the poker world.

Hellmuth’s poker credentials are unparalleled: 11 WSOP bracelets, over $13 million in live tournament earnings and 85 cashes at the WSOP.

One of the most recognizable faces in the game, Hellmuth built a reputation based on his “Poker Brat” persona in the 2000s and instantly became a fan favorite.

Hellmuth split from beleaguered UB.com in early 2011 and, likely due to Black Friday, has remained unsigned since.

Hellmuth has been criticized in recent years for not keeping up with the game but last year finished second in three bracelet events and second in the WSOP POY rankings. He was also somewhat tarnished by being part of UB Poker during the super user scandal.

Most poker sites would benefit from having Phil Hellmuth on its roster but he would likely be expensive.

Where he would fit best: Party Poker has a small team of big-name pros and Hellmuth would certainly be the biggest name on his roster he signed. Party already has loudmouth Tony G so probably wouldn’t mind signing the Poker Brat.

1) Patrik Antonius

Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius doesn’t even have to play a single event at the WSOP and he would still be the most coveted free agent at the WSOP.

Antonius is a bona fide god in the online community and is also one of the remaining stars from the poker boom in the early 2000s.

His reputation survived the Full Tilt collapse better than most (although financially he could potentially lose millions from it) as he didn’t sign with the site until 2008, supposedly lost money when the site went down and had little to do with management.

Antonius could single-handedly kickstart the high-stakes games on a site as there are numerous pros who would love a shot at one of the best online players in the history of poker.

Where he would fit best: Patrik Antonius would look pretty sweet wearing a PokerStars logo. PokerStars has yet to sign any former Team Full Tilt members but Antonius must be particularly enticing considering what he would bring to the high-stakes games.

Despite a struggling global economy and hundreds of millions of dollars of poker money still tied up on Full Tilt Poker, the WSOP is expecting big numbers across the board this summer in Las Vegas.

“The Main Event will get between 6,000 and 8,000 players,” WSOP Communications Director Seth Palansky told PokerListings.com on Day 3 today.

Last year 6,865 people turned out for the $10,000 World Championship event, a number that exceeded expectations.

Now, one year later, there are a number of factors that will influence attendance not only for the Main Event but for the WSOP as a whole.

A German Champion and Global Growth

In 2011 Pius Heinz became the first German world champion in WSOP history, further fueling the game’s growth in European markets.

“Poker is growing worldwide and the WSOP is the Olympics of poker,” Palansky said.

Since winning the Main Event, Heinz has been the face of German poker and been featured on numerous TV programs in the country.

Germany is now one of the most important markets for online poker and Heinz, along with players such as Benny Spindler, Tobias Reinkemeier, Giuseppe Pantaleo and recent EPT Grand Final winner Marvin Rettenmaier are leading the charge.

European Financial Issues Could be Huge Challenge for 2012 WSOP

It’s not all rosy for the 2012 WSOP, however, and the European financial meltdown represents a big hurdle for the venerable poker series.

With the Euro dropping by more than 15% there could be significantly less European players at the 2012 WSOP.

In years past countries like Italy, France, Spain and Portugal have represented big area of growth for the international poker contest.

With Italy and Greece economies still reeling from the resent financial downturn it remains to be seen how much of a presence European countries will have at this year’s WSOP.

The 2012 WSOP continues through July 16, 2012. For in-depth coverage live from Las Vegas check PokerListings’ Live Updates brought to you by 888poker.