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“The Engineer” of the online poker room

I opened the latest edition of my hometown social scene magazine, and what catches my eye, a poker tournament. Not just any poker tournament, but the Derby Poker Championship No Limit Texas Hold’em poker room. For the past three years, the Derby Poker Championship has celebrities and some of the biggest names in poker to Louisville, Kentucky brought. 2010 was no different. Poker legends Phil Hellmuth and Chris Jesus Ferguson starred with actor Jesse Spencer (Dr. Chase aka House) and comedian Ron White.

 

This year’s tournament was won by Jim Beam (a bourbon maker), Twin Spires (an online gambling site), and UB.net (an online poker room) sponsored. Fitting for a Kentucky Derby Week! The tournament had a buy-in of $ 550, and 51% of the buy-ins, add-ons and re-buys were donated to local charities. Starting with 108 players, this year’s winner is a separate, Kentucky rich Muny.

 

Muny earned more than $ 18,000 at this year’s Derby Poker Championship. He is a methodical, calculated player. He often admitted to balance the stakes he played with his level of success. When I found myself on a bad run, I was playing I have to hand the stakes my bankroll properly reduced, he said. Over time I gained a lot more than I lost.

 

Ask a professional poker player Rich Muny, and they can say, Who But when you say: What do you know about The Engineer know you know exactly who he is. It is an interesting member of the poker community. He is an engineer by profession, and began playing poker at the peak of the online boom in 2005. He acknowledged reading through several online poker room reviews before choosing Full Tilt Online Poker Room. In several interviews he has explained that Andy Bloch, one of his major influences as a player not to mention that Andy is also an engineer!

 

The Engineer is also an advocate for Internet poker diehard nationally and across the country in Kentucky. Kentucky and was a hostile place for poker with the latest edition as the forfeiture of 141 internet gambling domain names. The state also is suing several online poker rooms recouping funds lost by Kentucky residents. Muny is a board member of the Poker Players Alliance (PPA), a national lobbying group. On 1 June 2010, will affect the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) to stop online gambling by preventing credit card companies and banks in the processing of referrals for Unlawful Internet Gambling. Muny has PPA and the filing of the application together to free online poker from the UIGEA.

 

He is a writer and blogger on everything from fiscal responsibility, rights poker. He is the moderator for the Pocket Fives, Poker legislative discussion. Muny is also a contributing columnist to BigGovernment.com.

 

Rich Muny is the embodiment of the poker community. He is smart and knowledgeable about his game, his opponents and the rules of the game. He stands up to big government. He has to have no fear because he knows in all of the risks. He has systematically built a solid foundation and reputation in the world of poker, like a good engineer.