It has been candidly admitted by Gus Hansen, the Danish poker pro that he is comfortable with his slow-moving associate players. A set of questionnaire has been aired by Hansen on Twitter for the informal outstanding guys since put on the selection list of Full Tilt Poker. A debate was shared with Hansen by one of such players who referred to the table protocol and commented that he did not like the maltreatment on the part of the dealer while he is okay with the slow-movers who do not put him to any embarrassment.
Greg Merson, the winner of the latest World Series of Poker event has remained cool while going through twelve months’ detoxification put upon him by himself. A period of one year has passed since he has gone through shedding of varied drugs giving him the golden opportunity to his life once again, tweeted Merson who added that full one year of clean and peaceful life has enabled him to remain above the ugly sway of addiction. It was a hotel in Las Vegas where he luckily started his detoxification step the past year and even preferred to discard the tempting drinks offered to him upon his bagging the wristlet at October end.
Acquired back by Genting in November the previous year, the doors of the famous Fox Poker Club in London were closed for the public much before its restoration under the new brand. The news regarding end of the club’s activities was flashed on the Facebook by Genting UK plc. Their staff and management expressed gratitude for the public for their continued support during the past two years. The next tweet message released by them stated that Genting would come up with the restored version of the club under an attractive name somewhere during the Spring of the coming year. The existing customers were assured of full reimbursement of their cash chips, contests related vouchers, deposits and funds at the Kensington’s Mint Club. It is noteworthy that renovation of the club was already with them under their preplanned program so that the brand could be exhibited in a big way in the UK.