Around the tables: Patrick Leonard calls himself, WSOP announces online schedule

It's been a very busy week and in the poker world, and if you were at the tables or away from the felt you could easily miss a trick.

From online drama to a record breaking live tournament, there is a lot of catching up to do with this year's WSOP Online Series schedule.

Let's walk around the tables and choose the best deals.

The pads are resisting… to myself!

Often times, a poker player will picket the community to highlight one of his achievements, or even bark a few trees to make sure his wins are noticed if you make a mistake. So it was a breath of fresh air when Patrick's partypoker 1161 'Leonard pads contacted PokerStars to imply that he received points that his finish did not deserve and that the real winner of the leaderboard should be the Russian player "Zapahzamazki".

Not only was he right, but Leonard lost a $ 25,000 grand prize

Hey @PokerStars I think there's a chance you've added 30 points to my 20th place in 1000 $ which shouldn't count because it's a bubble. I don't want to win without merit even though second place is 0. Is ZAPA the rightful winner, I want him to win. I may be wrong, but I think it can happen.

- Patrick Leonard (@padspoker) April 29, 2021

WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Breaks Attendance records

It would be an understatement that the World Poker Tour has had some very big events in its glorious and glorious past. In fact, they have been flapping monsters since Mike Sexton first introduced the game on a cruise ship 20 years ago.

Nowadays, of course, poker is not just played at a floating party, but at people's homes and by more and more people around the world. So we shouldn't be surprised that the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown broke all previous WPT attendance records when the doors opened and the table dividers and face masks were split last week. Ultimately, it was Sonny Franco who won the biggest game before the Las Vegas final on May 18 th .

GPI Announces Global Poker Prizes Will Return in 2022

There was tremendous excitement around the poker world when Eric Danis of the GPI announced this week that the Global Poker Awards would return spectacularly in March 2022. However, the big news didn't stop there as Jeff Platt also talked his co-host by announcing that the GPA would be broadcast over the next three years (2022, 2023 and 2024) to PokerGO fans around the world via their streaming service.

Now we just need to write this burning look at how Teddy KGB's joy with Oreo in Rounders was a symptom of his need to lose to Mike McDermott and win that nomination!

The WSOP Online schedule reveals Super Summer

The fact that the world series of Poker hosts the festival live from September to November 23r & d this year he has not stopped the biggest brand in poker by adding the WSOP online as well.

Word has spread that the WSOP Online Series will be running all summer over the past few days, sparking a wave of excitement in the poker industry and beyond. Are you going to play? We can't wait to hear the best stories from what is sure to be a dramatic summer full of poker dreams coming true.

A race of 100 chips th The game in the episode attracts huge attendance at Unibet Poker

Finally, the 100th episode of the world's best poker podcast has arrived this week, The Chip Race , celebrated in the best style - through a poker tournament. The event, which cost EUR 100 to play, had a 30,000 back guarantee but made it through to ultimately get over € 40,000 up for grabs in prizes, plus additional prizes for Unibet pros heads Dara O'Kearney, David Lappin and Ian Simpson.

Of course, we couldn't resist, but if you haven't read how our very own Paul Seaton is doing, you may want to do it without spoilers. Just don't contact him on Twitter and tell him aces never lose.

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