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on Tony G in a $1,500 tournament!
right, guys; its time to feel the full force
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now hosting my own bounty tournaments here at PartyPoker.com
Join me every Sunday at 16:00 ET in a $1,500 tournament
and give me your best shot.
obviously be sending most of you on yer bike
but if you do manage to knock me out, theres
a tasty prize in it for you a seat in the Monthly
the obvious happens and I win the tournament, Ill
give the seat to whoever comes second. It would be
unfair for me to play the Monthly Million too; you
guys wouldnt stand a chance against Tony G when
theres that much money on the table.
to my Sunday Bike Ride is 25 points, which isnt
really much to ask when you get to share a table with
a poker legend. If you want to register, look in the
Lobby under the 'Tournaments' tab.
who do decide to face me will also be entered into
a leader board based on their performance that will
last for three months. The top nine players from the
leader board will get the chance to take me on again
in a Sit & Go tourney for the chance to win a
$10,000 WPT package.
can view the leader board here to keep track of your
you soon donkeys - Im gonna take everything
Monthly Million - January 2009
introduce a $ 1 million guaranteed monthly tournament
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Gs Sunday Bike Ride Freeroll
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all starts every Sunday at 20:00 GMT + 1
Poker Announces Merger with Tony G
January 12, 2010
Poker announces its merger with tonygpoker.com,
the popular online poker room run by Tony Guoga (aka
Tony G). As both Noble
Poker and Tony G Poker are iPoker Network poker
room, all Tony G poker room players will be migrated
to Noble Poker without affecting the players
recently enhanced its website and lead by new poker
management, Noble Poker is adding more strength to
its formidable lineup in the shape of Tonygpoker.com
was founded, owned and operated by Tony Guoga. With
the merge, Noble Poker not only adds more players
to its steadily increasing player database, but will
also benefit from Tony Gs widely known promotions,
as Tony G Pokers popular Sunday Bike Ride freeroll
continues at Noble Poker.
member of the iPoker network, Noble Poker has rapidly
become one of the successful and well-established
poker rooms online, offering players of every caliber
free download of its poker software, an extensive
selection of poker games, tournaments and freerolls
and a dedicated support staff. The merger with sister
iPoker website Tonygpoker will create a larger, more
flexible, more secure and more productive playing
environment for its members, backed by a diligent
poker staff. Noble Poker offers a generous welcome
bonus of 100% up to $500 to first-time real money
depositors, as well as many other promotions.
Poker, owned by PartyGaming Plc, is licensed by
the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority and operates under
the jurisdiction of that country.
Guoga (born December 17, 1973 in Kaunas, Lithuanian
SSR), more commonly known as Tony G, is a businessman
and amateur poker player. As a child, he was the Rubik's
Cube champion of Lithuania before moving to Melbourne,
Australia at the age of 11. He has played poker since
the age of 18, and is known for his outlandish table
talk and aggressive play. Despite this, many poker
professionals and dealers have pointed out that away
from the table, Tony is quite personable and easygoing.
He had a fifth place finish in the World Poker Tour
Grand Prix de Paris 2003, where Howard Lederer refused
to shake his hand due to his aggressive table talk
during play. In June 2003, he won back-to-back tournaments
in Russia, winning nearly $20,000. He finished in
the money twice at the 2004 World Series of Poker
in Seven-card stud and Pot Limit Texas hold 'em tournaments
and three months later earned his then biggest tournament
money finish in the WPT Grand Prix de Paris 2004 where
his second place finish to England's Surinder Sunar
earned him $414,478. He finished on the bubble later
in the same month at the WPT 2004 Mirage Poker Showdown.
On August 7, 2005 he won the $5,000 No Limit Hold-Em
Main Event of the European Poker Championships, earning
£260,000 ($456,822.) Later in 2005 he made the
final table of the World Speed Poker Open.
In 2006 he won the WPT Bad Boys of Poker II event
when his 10? 8? outdrew Mike Matusow's K? K? on
a board of 8? 10? 2? 9? Q?. He wore a kimono throughout
the event to promote poker in Japan. Also in 2006
he finished second to Yosh Nakano while representing
Australia in the inaugural Intercontinental Poker
Championship, taking down $150,000. True to his
reputation, Tony G launched many verbal assaults
against his opponents, most notably when he eliminated
Russian Ralph Perry in fourth place. Tony G lectured
Ralph Perry, specifically stated, "Look at
this, look how he's doing, look how he's playing,
look how ugly this is. You're a professional player
and I can do this to you. You're a terrible player.
This is disgraceful." Tony's comments were
so scathing that it prompted commentator Gabe
Kaplan to quip "I think Tony G is speaking
more like a Lithuanian than an Australian".
Guoga, however, was more respectful of some players,
such as Doyle Brunson when he called Doyle his
idol after eliminating him.
On 17 November 2006, he won the Betfair Asian
Poker Tour event held in Singapore, walking away
with $451,700 half of which he indicated he will
give to Asian and Australian charities to be nominated
by Betfair. In February 2007, he appeared on the
NBC television program Poker After Dark, coming
in third place behind winner Phil Ivey.
November of the same year, he won a tournament
in Moscow, earning $205,000. In his blog, he says
that he left all of his prize money with the officials
to give to Russian orphanages, having been inspired
to do so by Barry Greenstein's habit of donating
all his poker tournament winnings to charity.
In January 2008, Tony received the Shining World
Leadership Award in Melbourne Australia. As of
2009, his total live tournament winnings exceed
$3,000,000. Guoga is also the principal owner
of a network of high traffic poker information
sites, including Pokernews.com, Pokeraffiliateworld.com
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