Sergio Aido has Best Ranking in International Poker Player

Sergio is a Spanish poker player.


This is a male poker player. His performance is growing better in all the recent games played by him. This player is a young and talented poker player. This player is very much sharp and plays the game with full concentration. He comes in the game with a complete winning spirit. With each game he is playing his spirit enthusiasm and love and also the concentration towards the game increases.

He started his poker playing career in his home nation he began playing poker in the Spain itself. He got the interest of playing poker at a young age then he started playing poker in the small cities of the nation and with his love and partition towards the game he has reached in a good level of the game. He is a kind of aggressive poker player. He has 9924 people speaking about his unique poker playing skills. In his home nation he has a good position in the poker game but at an international level he could not unfortunately achieve that position. Continue reading “Sergio Aido has Best Ranking in International Poker Player”

Martin Jacobson Presents 2014 win catapulted him to the poker hegemony

WSOP presents a principal tournament in the poker competition sphere. This year, in the $10,000 NLHE in Las Vegas, the event attracted a total of 6,683 players from 87 countries around the globe.

The 2014 World Series of Poker saw Martin Jacobson carry the day as he locked horns with Felix Stephenson in a heads-up final table. The titanic event that was much awaited had a prize award of $10,000,000 which he as the winner took home.

This comes as the second uppermost price the WSOP event has paid out in history. Unlike the new figures that sprouted in the 2014, he is reputed in the poker arenas as he has participated in high-profile global poker circuits in the past. A close glance at his past performance would show why he will go down the annals of poker history as a top-notch player. Continue reading “Martin Jacobson Presents 2014 win catapulted him to the poker hegemony”