The International Federation of Poker (IFP) is set to hold its first event of 2013. To be hosted in the beautiful surroundings of ‘The Annabelle Hotel’ in Paphos, Cyprus, on 12th-15th April 2013, the European Nations Cup will be the very first official IFP tournament to be conducted without physical playing cards and dealers. The […]
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With the holiday season now upon us it’s time to close the doors of the IFP website for a few days as our attention turns to all things festive. Before we do however, we’d like to thank everyone who has shown interest in the work of IFP over the past 12 months, whether that means […]
The PokerListings website features a fascinating interview this week with IFP president Anthony Holden. The article, written by Martin Harris, delves into various topics, including the background of IFP, it’s future aims and of course, which is the best poker film. Holden, as the author of the seminal Big Deal: A year as a professional poker player, […]
In an age when the talents required to succeed as a poker player are often dismissed by elected officials as simple good fortune, there was nothing but reassuring news from Prague this week for the poker advocates, where the PokerStars European Poker Tour played out its last event of 2012. The bigger events were dominated […]
The 2013 European Nations Cup will have a distinctly central European feel to it next spring following the qualifying event in Vienna, Austria this past weekend. In a slightly changed format, six teams advanced to the finals in London, led by winners of the qualifying event, Estonia, who narrowly claimed top spot against neighbors Lithuania. The Estonian […]