CoinPoker Pre-ICO Sells Out 80 Percent in 4 Days, Swede Loses $4.2 Mil in One Day

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Nov/20/2017

With its pre-ICO having opened on Nov. 16, www.CoinPoker.com has already sold out 80% of the 100,000,000 CHP tokens released for the initial sale via www.SpectroCoin.com. Originally, the pre-ICO was planned to last until Dec. 1, but at the current rate it is going to conclude within two days at most.  Read More Here

Swedish Poker Player Loses $4.2 Mil in One Day - The legend of Isildur will likely go down in history as the greatest rise and fall in poker. He came out of nowhere. A mysterious kid from Sweden was suddenly playing all the greatest players for the highest stakes, sometimes simultaneously. Before he was known as Viktor Blom, he was Isildur1, an instant fan favorite. This is his story.

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