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Sam Trickett expects Ivey & Dwan to play in his high stakes games at partypoker

Tags: Leon Tsoukernik, partypoker, Phil Ivey, Sam Trickett, Tom Dwan.
Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2017 by "T".

Sam TrickettOn Wednesday last week, high-stakes poker pro Sam Trickett has organized his first ever invite-only high-stakes online pot-limit Omaha (PLO) game at the site where he is currently signed up as brand ambassador, PartyPoker.

According to Trickett, a 31-year-old who is the No. 1 player on the United Kingdom's all-time money list, the "Trickett's Room" is witness to the inaugural 6-hour long game that featured other famous names in the poker industry including Viktor ‘Isildur' Blom, Tony G, Jan-Peter Jachtmann, Leon Tsoukernik, and Rob Yong, and since the high-stakes cash game has been a huge success, he shall be looking forward to staging more and definitely bigger games very soon. To put a big red cherry on top, he excitedly announced that both Phil Ivey and Tom ‘durrrr' Dwan could possibly show up!

It would be quite a task for Trickett to be able to organize the games corresponding with Ivey and Dwan's schedules, but Trickett said, "Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey have told me they would love to play, but we will see."
He says the invite-only game in Trickett's Room is available to anyone who plays at partypoker, "If you want to play a game amongst yourselves, just email in and it can be arranged."

The top winner
Leon TsoukernikThe inaugural game began at the $100/$200 stakes, but players had very soon moved up to the $200/$400 mark in which the action was juicy and exciting. Trickett remarked, "It's nice to play vs players who play very aggressively and who aren't using tracking software, it makes for a more fun game."

The top victor produced in Trickett's first high-stakes PLO cash game was Leon ‘KingsOfLeon' Tsoukernik, owner of Kings Casino Rozvadov in Czech Republic. He won a massive $93,000+, whereas Viktor ‘Isildur' Blom won $62,000.

Sam Trickett, on the other hand, was quite happy with his $37,500 prize, saying, "I played ok. I bluffed off $40k in one pot which I wasn't too happy with but I was just happy that everyone enjoyed it and that nobody lost too much."

Trickett's Room in the near future
Trickett is highly confident that his huge invitation-only games shall continue, "I want there to be a balance of pros and non-pros, as we've seen on poker shows in the past, that dynamic tends to create a really exciting game. Everyone that played really enjoyed themselves, and they are already asking me when the next game is. It wouldn't surprise me if we end up increasing the stakes and one day playing pots over $500k."

Trickett is a British poker player, who started to play poker back in 2005 after his pro football career ended when he suffered a knee injury.

As of February 2014, he has $19,877,332 of total live tournament winnings under his belt, which put him on the No. 5 spot on the all-time poker money list right after Antonio Esfandiari, Erik Seidel, Daniel Negreanu, and Phil Ivey.

Source: https://www.highstakesdb.com/8127-sam-trickett-phil-ivey-tom-dwan-told-me-they-would-love-to-play-in-partypoker-high-stakes-cash-game.aspx

 

 


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13 comments for "Sam Trickett expects Ivey & Dwan to play in his high stakes games at partypoker"

 doubletop7779/7/2017 9:51:51 AM GMT
These games are going to be great to watch and i hope i can catch some of the action happening. These are the creme de la creme of the poker world and it os going to be very interesting to see who wins
 Gerimantas9/7/2017 10:30:17 AM GMT
Yes very nice to see so many top poker players playing one against another in this omaha game, I am sure it is good to see how they play the hands and maybe learn some tactics that you can then use to your game and be a better player also win more money.
 shokaku9/7/2017 11:05:39 AM GMT
We will see if those games are going to overheat, like those on the old FT. Where nearly every day brought a new biggest pot in online poker, the stakes went up more and more, and every day, where someone didn`t win/lose at least a million, was a no news day .
 CALICUL9/7/2017 2:07:00 PM GMT
For these professional players is normal $100/$200 or $200/$400. We do not have to be amazed but just learn something and here i refer to the players who love this omaha game and those who want to learn the game better. Let's see if they will resist these games organized by Sam Trickett.
 pajalnick9/7/2017 6:35:52 PM GMT
Posted by CALICUL:
For these professional players is normal $100/$200 or $200/$400. We do not have to be amazed but just learn something and here i refer to the players who love this omaha game and those who want to learn the game better. Let's see if they will resist these games organized by Sam Trickett.

I do not really like Omaha ... of course I understand the principles of the game but I can not quickly navigate in different situations ... of course I understand that if I constantly practice in this game, then the skills I will have .... but it's about that I like Hold'em much more and ... that's it.
 Mober9/7/2017 8:39:31 PM GMT
With the game being PLO, these limits and all the professionals participating,
must have some good action, worth watching live.
Since it is on party poker it wont be hard watching the tables live.
He has a very nice total from winnings, so far.
 pochui9/8/2017 8:02:17 AM GMT
i'm not so sure that everyone has had a great night like trickett is saying, he only pointed out dudes who won some cash on the night, but i really find it hard to comprehend how the fcuk you can say you had a great night when you lost say 50k in a few hours.
 Tony_MON7ANA9/8/2017 8:42:13 AM GMT
Trickett's Room was nominated for the Northern Design Awards in February 2017. I love the decor of the Trickett's Room. It's not too flashy, but classy. I will definitely pay a visit to the Dusk Till Dawn Poker and Casino when I am in Nottingham.
 damosk9/9/2017 7:10:29 AM GMT
I love Omaha..... I just don't to play it too often. I really should play more, then maybe one day I too could get an invitation to play in tricketts room. I guess I will then need to find 50k, but I'm sure that someone somewhere will stake me and let me lose their hard earned cash. Give Omaha a go. It's the thinking man's game!
 bowie19849/12/2017 1:21:21 AM GMT
Posted by pochui:
...but i really find it hard to comprehend how the fcuk you can say you had a great night when you lost say 50k in a few hours.

I smell bull$shit from the get-go, especially with the casual namedropping... Would not surprise me if party would have bankrolled all participators in the room.
 shokaku9/12/2017 5:43:43 AM GMT
Come on. Of cause brand ambassadors try to get traffic to the room that sponsors them. Unless it is Stars. Then they organize boycotts. Blink

So one can expect to see a middle thing between real play and advertising.
 CALICUL9/12/2017 12:13:47 PM GMT
Posted by pajalnick:
I do not really like Omaha ... of course I understand the principles of the game but I can not quickly navigate in different situations ... of course I understand that if I constantly practice in this game, then the skills I will have .... but it's about that I like Hold'em much more and ... that's it.


Omaha it's not such a hard game. I do not understand some things but if you learn a little about this game you develop your abilities. I do not play this game with real money but I'll show you a picture with me in the freeroll game. I did not have a hard game but at the end I managed to have a place to remember.
 Mober9/12/2017 10:50:06 PM GMT
You cant say it is an easy game. And many times depends on the limits you are playing.
You can find many players, going all in, more often than they do with holdem,
which at some point can limit your game, seeing less flops than expected.

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