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July 2005 News
|Bonus Increase at CD Poker|
CD Poker now offers a special 120% up to $1,000 signup bonus.
|Pacific Poker UK Open II|
Pacific Poker is hosting a land-based poker tournament in October.
|IGT to Acquire Wager Works|
The world's largest slot machine manufacturer is set to acquire Wager Works, an online gambling software company.
|Australian Poker Boom|
Joseph Hachem's WSOP victory already seems to be increasing poker's popularity in his home country of Australia.
We have translated a significant part of our website into Swedish.
|Empire Poker Happy Hour|
Empire Poker has a new daily $100+$1 multi-table tournament with a $10k guaranteed prize pool.
|CD Poker Bonus|
CD Poker has changed their first deposit bonus to 50% up to $400.
|Royal Flush Club|
In addition to their VIP Club, Empire Poker has introduced a Royal Flush Club for its most active players.
|Poker Stars Bonus|
Poker Stars is running a deposit bonus of 20% up to $120 through July 28.
|No-Limit SNGs Article|
We have redone our article about no-limit single-table tournaments.
|Million Dollar Freeroll|
Paradise Poker will host the world's first million dollar freeroll.
|Noble Poker Reload Bonus|
Noble Poker is having a 60% up to $200 reload bonus through July 25.
|NL Series: Stack Sizes|
We have released another article in our no-limit hold'em strategy series, stack sizes.
|Software Upgrade at Poker Room|
Poker Room released a new feature with its latest software update.
|$1 million Sit n Go Challenge|
On August 1, Noble Poker will launch a new promotion will they will reward $1 million to the first player who wins seven $10 sit and go tournaments in a row.
|WSOP Main Event Day Seven|
Australian Joseph Hachem wins the WSOP Championship.
|NL Series: Who Pays Off|
We have released the first article in our no-limit hold'em strategy series, Who Pays Off.
|WSOP Main Event Day Six|
A final table is formed primarily of relatively unknown players.
|WSOP Main Event Day Five|
Twenty-seven players, including several famous players, head to Binion's horseshoe for the final two days of the tournament.
|WSOP Main Event Day Four|
Tim Phan currently holds the chip lead in the Main Event, with Phil Ivey not too far behind.
|Repeat WSOP Champion?|
Greg Raymer is the current chip leader in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
|Nosebleed Games at Party Poker|
Party Poker has added $50-$100 and $100-$200 fixed-limit hold'em games.
|2005 WSOP Event #37: $1,000 No Limit Holdem with Re-buys|
Over 894 players vied for a prize pool of over $2 million.
|Brunson Bids for World Poker Tour|
Doyle Brunson and a group of financial backers have made a $700 million unsolicited bid to purchase World Poker Tour Enterprises.
|2005 WSOP Event #36: $3,000 Limit Holdem|
Todd Wittles takes down a $347,385 prize in his second WSOP tournament.
|2005 WSOP Event #35: $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha|
A young Israeli professional poker player wins his first bracelet, despite a torturing ten minute penalty.
|2005 WSOP Event #34: $1,000 'Seniors Only' No Limit Holdem|
Paul McKinney sets remarkable WSOP record
|2005 WSOP Event #33: $3,000 No Limit Holdem|
Canadian Andre Boyer wins his first career bracelet
|2005 WSOP Event #32: $5,000 Omaha Hi/Lo Split|
David Chiu wins largest Omaha Hi/Lo tournament in history
|2005 WSOP Event #31: $5,000 No Limit Holdem (Six-Handed)|
Poker legend Doyle Brunson wastes no time tying Johnny Chan for 10 career bracelets.
|2005 WSOP Event #30: $1,500 7 Card Razz|
O'Neil Longson wins lone Razz event of this year's WSOP.
|2005 WSOP Event #29: $2,000 No Limit Holdem|
Englishman Lawrence Gosney wins first WSOP bracelet
|2005 WSOP Event #28: $5,000 Limit Holdem|
"Mr. Kotter" just misses winning first career bracelet.
|2005 WSOP Event #27: $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha (with Rebuys)|
Phil Ivey wins his 5th bracelet at the age of 28.
|TwoGun arrives in Las Vegas for the WSOP|
Our very own site admin, TwoGun, has arrived in Las Vegas to compete in the World Series of Poker. We will also be tracking his progress on LiveFromTheWSOP.com.
|2005 WSOP Event #26: $1,000 Ladies-Only No Limit Holdem|
Actress Jennifer Tilly shocks the poker world and wins a bracelet.
|3-D Games Temporarily Unavailable at Noble Poker|
The 3-D mode at Noble Poker is temporarily unavailable.
We have added more articles to the German section of PokerTips.org
|2005 WSOP Event #25: $2,500 Pot Limit Holdem|
The legendary Johnny Chan wins his 10th career bracelet.
|Party Poker July Reload Bonus|
Party Poker is having a reload bonus through July 6th.
|2005 WSOP Event #24: $2,500 No Limit Holdem|
Iranian-born Farzad Bonyadi wins bracelet under the lights of the ESPN cameras.
|2005 WSOP Event #23: $5,000 Seven-Card Stud|
Former professional soccer player wins seven-card stud championship.
|2005 WSOP Event #22: $1,500 No Limit Holdem|
Mark Seif wins his second bracelet in six days.
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