Inaugural poker league goes down a storm!


PokerPlayer, Blue Blood Poker and Coral recently teamed up to run a series of Monday night poker tournaments in a league format

Summer 2015 has been and gone, but what an eventful one it has been for Blue Blood and its members. They held the Blue Blood XI League on Coral for 12 consecutive weeks which was a resounding success. The total number of unique entrants was 67, certainly a good response for the summer months and no doubt boosted by the partnership with PokerPlayer.

The League comprised two elements, firstly an open league to any members of Coral poker and the second element was the Blue Blood Private League.

The overall winner of both leagues by a land slide was Ashley Hunt, shown below proudly displaying both his trophies!

Ashley Hunt









And in Second Place for the Open League was Steve Redfern, proudly wearing his Blue Blood Hoodie. Steve has long been a friend of PokerPlayer so we are delighted to see him performing so well. Must be all that strategy we’ve taught him!

Steve Redfern









Taking second place in the Blue Blood Private League is Jason Glenister. We assure you he’s just as proud of his poker as he is of his car!

Jason Glenister










Third place went to Steven Ball.

Steven Ball

Blue Blood Team Event Goliath 2015

Also in August of this year, during the Goliath held at Coventry, Blue Blood came 4th overall in the Team Event. Below are some of the members of this team. John Burberry, Gordon (Gimac) McArthur, Di Farrell

Di Farrell  John Burberry  Gordon McArthur


PokerPlayer magazine would like to congratulate all the winners and we look forward to teaming up with Coral and Blue Blood again in the near future

Find out how to get involved with Blue Blood Poker by clicking here.

You will need a Coral Poker account to take part in any Blue Blood online events so click here to open your Coral account now.


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