Alex "Kanu7/IReadYrSoul" Millar Interview, Second Round of Full Tilt Poker Payments

Alex "Kanu7/IReadYrSoul" Millar talks about the high-stakes action and how he looks at the game in a new interview with CardPlayer.

Millar, who started his poker career by playing $0.25-$0.50 no-limit hold’em while in school, says he tries to treat poker as a job.

"I plan to make money and keep good bankroll management to avoid any risk of going broke, though. It’s probably somewhat similar to a mix of being a trader and running your own business."

When asked who are his toughest opponents at the moment, Millar wastes no time by saying Daniel "jungleman12" Cates. According to the interview, Millar tried very hard to beat Cates for a few sessions and he is looking to have another attempt at him "at some point in the not-too-distant future".

The amount of money involved in each pot while playing high-stakes cash games can get pretty high, but the 28-year-old poker pro says, that he mainly just tries to ignore the money involved and make the best decision he can in every situation.

At the end of his interview, Millar gives a few good tips to players who are currently playing much lower stakes than him:

"Use all the resources that are available. Poker is too tough nowadays to do everything by yourself. Watch videos from the best pros and people who are beating the games you play in or just above. Don’t accept things without question because then even if they are right, you won’t understand it and won’t apply it properly. Always try to increase your understanding of the game and don’t be too stubborn to change your mind. Finally, always focus on how you expect to make money and what contributes to that and think about how you can improve your approach to each aspect of the game.", Millar advices.

 

Second Round of Full Tilt Poker Payments

Garden City Group, Inc. ("GCG") has revealed that they have now sent out an additional 2,200 payments totalling $5 million to former US-based customers of Full Tilt Poker.

The first round of payments was made around one month ago, when GCG sended out approximately $76 million to 27,500 different people. According to the GCG, this second round of payments were for those people who had confirmed their FTP Account balance online and were approved for payment but had submitted incorrect banking information.

This means, that The GCG has now sent approximately $81 million out to roughly 29,700 different people.

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