The Rise And The Resurrection Of Texas Hold’em

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Texas Holdem poker has found its spot in the limelight as a premier form of poker. In the United States, everyone is playing Texas Holdem from groups of friends at parties to celebrities in tournaments. Texas Holdem may have started out as just another poker game, but it has been resurrected into the most popular form of poker in the United States.

Texas Holdem first caught interest in 1999. A television show in the United Kingdom, called the Late Night Poker TV Show brought Texas Holdem attention as a spectator sport. Although this brought some attention it was a meager beginning to the game. Texas Holdem would see its popularity really began to gain ground when it was introduced on another TV arena, the World Series of Poker.

The World Series of Poker has been credited with the resurrection and amazing popularity of Texas Holdem poker. An amateur player named Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker or WSOP. Mr. Moneymaker started in the game through online poker websites. The idea that anyone could play and win big with this game was part of what drew people to it. The WSOP saw the number of people entering the tournament triple between 2003 and 2004. ...

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