Poker Plex is proud to congratulate player Christian Grundtvig, the winner of this year’s Paris WPT No Limit Hold’em Championship which was held in Aviation Club de France on Friday June 16th!


Christian is of course a member of toto which is sponsored by POKER PLEX. Congratulations also go to: Henrik Witt who finished in 4th place.


Henrik is not only the manager of but is also our poker manager here at POKER PLEX. Christian took home a cool 712,500 EUROS, while Henrik won 168,750 EUROS.


In addition to the prize money, Christian was also rewarded with a $25,000 freeroll seat to the WPT championships that will be held at the Bellagio in April next year. did extremely well at the tournament and this is we hope just the first win of many more to come.


Congratulations to everyone! Keep up the good work and we expect to see more of you in the future!


BINGOGALA player scoops a $23,986.59 bingo JP


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Five Year Gaming Study Announced in Canada


The University of Calgary, Canada is beginning a five-year, 2,000 people study aiming to answer questions such as what role do social factors, genetics, family history, upbringing, financial situation, access, cultural context and personal circumstances have in people’s gambling habits.


U of C Professor David Casey, hoped the results would eventually help government with policy development and minimize gambling effects, saying: “We want to know what influences a group of people to become social gamblers and what influences a small group of people to become problem gamblers.


“If we were to get a new casino in Calgary and we don’t know what the effects are going to be, all we can do is guess and that’s what everybody’s been doing – guessing”


According to project coordinator David Hodgins, the study will follow volunteers, including problem gamblers, leisure gamblers and non-gamblers over the five-year period and will see how gambling trends change with age, with the implementation of new legislation, with the opening and closing of gambling establishments and with life circumstances.