]Richard “GingePoker” Sheils, has announced a $1,000,000 in 90 days live poker challenge during his trip to the United States. The GGPoker ambassador and Twitch Poker streamer has set his stall out to win big in some of the highest stakes games he can find and will vlog the entire challenge.
GingePoker Aims to Win $1,000,000 in 90 Days Playing Poker in USA
There couldn’t be a better time to jump into something like this. WSOP time is coming right up and poker fever will be spreading across the entire country.
Sheils will be plying his trade up and down the glitzy Las Vegas Strip, aiming to capitalise on the thousands of players arriving in Sin City to try their luck against some of the best.
Take a look at this… https://t.co/Xu3E1v3JsU pic.twitter.com/ZaHPpkjutn
— GingePoker (@GingePoker) May 6, 2022
GingePoker Goes on USA Poker Road Trip
Although Las Vegas will undoubtedly be the focus of any poker trip at this time of year, it wouldn’t be right to miss out on all of the recent fanfare at The Lodge.
Doug Polk recently took over the business with YouTube vloggers Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme and has made the card club one of the most talked about in the country.
The upcoming high-stakes heads-up challenge will be starting this month on the 28th with Dan “Jungleman” Cates as Polk’s first opponent in a game of $200/$400 NL. Who wouldn’t want to see what this place is all about.
Sheils made the trek down to Austin and tried his luck in a live-streamed $25/$50 NL game but dumped $29k after trying to raise 100% of unopened pots to see if anybody would notice.
Speaking exclusively to VIP-Grinders.com, he told us that he was hoping for an invite into some of the private games that run with much higher stakes.
They didn’t notice https://t.co/8R3YDW4Vls
— GingePoker (@GingePoker) May 1, 2022
What’s GingePoker’s Plan for the Rest of the Trip?
With so many exciting options available for poker in the United States, we asked Sheils to tell us what he’s planning over the next three months.
It sounds like the bigger the games the better, with stakes of $100/$200 and higher being the preferred choice.
Will he play in any line up? He says yes. There will be no avoiding any other players in search of softer games. Bring it on!
Anyone who watched the GingePoker channel video that announced this challenge will have trips to Live at the Bike and Hustler Casino.
Sadly, Sheils reported to us that he was informed that Hustler Casino Live producer and co-owner Ryan Feldman doesn’t want him on his popular show, describing the Brit as a “super-pro.”
But maybe we can catch a glimpse of him in action on the Live at the Bike stream. Other than that, it was be a hard grind in the high-stakes games in Las Vegas. This isn’t the proposition that many think, too. People tend to think that the influx of players into Las Vegas makes these games an easy touch.
Don’t forget that this is real high-stakes action with some of the world’s best also making the same trip.
So, can Richard “GingePoker” Sheils win $1 million in only 90 days? Definitely possible, for sure. He won almost $1.4 million during 2019 in the high-stakes games in Macau.
With three more years of improvement under his belt this could be another defining year in Sheils’ poker career.
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