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October 2nd, 2007

betfair pokerBetfair poker and casino has announced that its annual revenues increase 30% up to £182 million this past year. The new success has be associated with the re-launch of the poker room, which was originally on the Cryptologic network and the awesome new online casino. As of October 1st Betfair claimed they have over 1 million registered members and 443,300 active players.
Although, there have been some relation to new sign ups and hiring Annette Obrestad, 2007 WSOP Europe Main Event Champ, as a spokes model. Who would of thought players would be more impressed with a site, sponsoring a young prodigy rather then a super model. Other girls that are spokes models for poker sites are: Tina Wallman (Carbon Poker), Joanna Krupa (Former Titan Poker Babe) Tila Tequila (Tila Poker).

Anyways, Annette is a damn good poker player and Betfair is a solid poker room.

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September 17th, 2007

annette_15Before the World Series of Poker Europe started there was a large debate on whether or not the European bracelets should count or have the same value as the WSOP Las Vegas bracelets. There was a vote on 2+2 where 48% of posters felt that it does have equal value and 52% believed that it does not have equal value.

It’s more clear now that there is absolutely no way the European bracelets should have equal value because a woman has won the main event. Minutes ago Annette “Annette_15” Obrestad, an 18 year old from Norway was crowned champ and presented her fake WSOPE bracelet.

In over 30 years of WSOP history, no woman has even came close to a potential victory in the main events. Now fast forward to the first ever European version of the World Series of Poker. An online woman tournament player puts out a dominating performance and wins the Main Event.

Even though she had to beat out hundreds of players, which was one of the toughest fields in tournament history does not give her any reason to cry after her set of 7’s beat bottom 2 pair. Which eliminated John Tabatabai for a second place finish. Annette won £1,000,000 and a tainted WSOPE bracelet.

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September 16th, 2007

The final 32 players came out to play down to the final 9 at the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event on Saturday. There were several big name players in this field. Although, all of these players busted before making the final table. Except Annette_15 who is an 18 year old woman, who is dominating tournament poker online.

Patrik Antonius dominated Day 2 of the £10,000 event and came into Day 4 with an average sized chip stack. Late in the day he went broke when he lost a coinflip to Magnus Persson and finished 29th. Kenny Tran got knocked out by Annette_15. Annette’s 77 held against Tran’s AK. Gus Hansen went busto and was the final table bubble boy of the tournament. His pocket queens ran into Matthew McCullough’s pocket kings.

Other notable player finishes were Jamie Gold 35th, Annie Duke 21st, and Phil Hellmuth made it quite deep as well. His 12th bracelet will have to wait.

Annette_15 is considered a heavy favorite in this event, even though she is a chick. She has probably played more final tables then any of her competitors, even though she is only 18. Annette_15 has be playing online poker and dominating since she was 15 years old. She built her bankroll up from playing freerolls offered by poker sites. She is near the top of the leader boards on every major site and is now looking for her first WSOP bracelet.

The only thing that would make Annette_15 better, is if she was good looking.

Final table seating:

Seat 1 - Johannes Korsar (Sweden) - 1,134,000
Seat 2 – Oyvind Rissem (Norway) - 664,000
Seat 3- John Tabatabai (UK) - 982,000
Seat 4 - Annette “Annette_15″ Obrestad (Norway) - 697,000
Seat 5 - Dominic Kay (UK) - 490,000
Seat 6 - Matthew McCullough (NJ, USA) - 1,278,000
Seat 7 - Theo Jorgensen (Denmark) - 605,000
Seat 8 - Magnus Persson (Sweden) - 1,231,000
Seat 9 - James Keys (UK) - 172,000