Full House of Poker Gossips: Negreanu, Ivey and Dwan make the headlines

poker-gossipsAre you overdosed of everyday news and updates on poker tournaments and bored of reading poker strategies? We at OPN, India thought of picking up some spicy gossips from the world of poker and present to you in our exclusive column – Full House of Poker Gossips. A featured section at OnlinePokerNews to entertain all poker lovers interested in hot topics of the P-town.

Daniel Negreanu has been the most socially active and flamboyant player in the international poker circuit and now he is up to become a part of a new TV Series – Four Kings. Eli Elezra, the Israeli professional poker player and two-time WSOP bracelet winner is selling his house in Las Vegas. In an another interesting news, Phil Ivey and Tom “durrrr” Dwan are in Asia to promote poker variant called 6+ Hold’em.

Daniel Negreanu in Four Kings

Kidpoker will be one of the featured player and the actors in the brand new TV Series produced by Mars Callahan. The series will show the journey of 3 poker players who travels around the world in search of a tournament with an interesting structure. The episodes which are expected to be telecasted next year will focus on the lifestyle of poker players. He posted a short video on Instagram from the shooting location in Los Angeles in which he drives a Ferrari.

Shooting some scenes in LA driving this bad boy around town #Ferrari

A video posted by Daniel Negreanu (@dnegspoker) on

Eli Elezra’s House for Sale

The Israeli poker pro is selling his house in Las Vegas for $1,989,450. The 6-bedroom house which has 1,400 sq. ft of garage is spread over a 3/4 of an acre. The mansion is 11.6 miles from the Caesars poker room and 14.7 miles from Cheetahs. The house in Green Valley’s The Fountains community is equipped with all modern amenities and the owner will have the access to community’s lavish clubhouse and pool. The listing surfaced up on internet this week by Zohan Robin, Vegas One Realty.

6+ Hold’em

A new variant of poker is getting popular in Asia specially Macau and guess who are doing the promotions. The legendary Phil Ivey and Tom “durrrr” Dwan who have been the regulars of cash game action in Macau were seen in a video explaining the game. The game has all rules of the general Texas Hold’em Poker expect that it uses only 36 cards from the deck. All cards from 2 to 5 are removed and an Ace remains the highest card as well as serves as 5 in case of a straight. This game has attracted a lot of Asian businessmen who play poker due to high risk and huge pots. Watch the video here: