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  3. Breaking NewsPoker After Dark: Aussie Matt wins $980K potThe third and final night of action of the return of Poker After Dark was highlighted by a pot worth nearly $1 million. Bill Klein and Aussie Matt Kirk got involved in this behemoth pot. Klein's pocket Aces were outgunned by Kirks Ace-four. When the dust settled, Kirk shipped a pot worth nearly $980K. [...] Read more…
  4. NewsPoker Side Trips: New York City and ConnecticutIf you are visiting New York City and looking for some poker action, then consider a special side trip to Connecticut. Two amazing casinos -- Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun -- are located only a 2.5 hour drive from NYC. For 25 years, Foxwoods has been the largest poker room in New England with 140+ tables. Foxwoods also spreads Seven-card Stud and have variety of mid-stakes and high-stakes action. Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT has 40+ tables and cater to low-limit players. Both casinos host daily tournaments. [...] Read more…
  5. Big Poker League on PokerStars.comWednesday August 16, 2017 at 3:04 pm (New-York time, USA) on PokerStars.com $2.20 - 6 max $125 added Texas Hold'em No Limit Club Poker rankings This Tournament counts towards the Club Poker rankings.→ Get all the tournament info ← (password, how to play, results…)
  6. Breaking NewsMolly's Game Trailer and Release DateMolly's Game is officially hitting the screens on November 22. The trailer debuted yesterday. The film will be the directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin. Molly's Game is the story of former Olympic skier Molly Bloom, who moved to Los Angeles and embarked on a wild ride where she eventually became the host to the biggest cash game in Hollywood. Her game included the likes of A-list movie stars such as Tobey Maguire and Ben Affleck. Bloom eventually got snagged in an FBI investigation. Bloom revealed many details of the games in a tell-all book titled, Molly's Game. And now her story is getting the big picture treatment. [...] Read more…
  7. Breaking NewsTom Dwan wins $700K Pot on Poker After Dark Talk about one heck of a re-boot! We saw fireworks on the first episode back for the popular cash-game program Poker After Dark. We saw one of those cooler hands with Q-Q vs. K-K vs. A-A. Luckily for Daniel Negreanu, he had enough sense to fold when Tom Dwan six-bet shoved with Aces. Antonio Esfandiari, who has folded Kings in big spots before, made the call. They ran it twice and Dan's Aces held up in a pot worth nearly $700,000. It's the hand everyone is talking about today, which is great P.R. for the Poker After Dark re-boot. Another episode airs tonight on PokerGO at 8pm ET or 5pm local time in Vegas. [...] Read more…
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  9. Breaking NewsTom Dwan returns to Poker After DarkPoker After Dark will return next Monday! You will need a PokerGO subscription to watch the reboot of the popular high-stakes cash game action. Not only with Poker After Dark makes its triumphant return, but Tom Dwan will return stateside for the first time in years. Dwan was last spotted playing in various high roller games in Macau and in Asia, but he has not been stateside in several years. Three episodes will be live streamed from the Aria starting Monday August 12 and ending Wednesday August 14. The minimum buy-in is $100,000 and the stakes will be $200/$400 NL. Also scheduled to appear…. Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Jean-Robert Bellande, Lauren Roberts, Bill Klein, Doyle Brunson, and Andrew Robl. [...] Read more…
  10. Breaking News The PCA Returns!The PCA returns in 2018! PokerStars is bringing back the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. After a year in which the PCB was the artist formerly known as the PCA, the PCB is nevermore as the PCA make a triumphant comeback in January 2018 at the Atlantis Resort and Casino in the Bahamas. The PCA kicks off January 6 and runs thru January 14. In addition, the Main Event buy-in returns to $10K. [...] Read more…
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  12. Breaking NewsPhil Hellmuth appeared on Doug Polk to discuss $50K HU MatchPhil Hellmuth and Doug Polk are playing a heads-up battle for $50,000. The King of the Hill also features Jungleman and Frank Kassela with $200K to the winner. That match is one of many topics that Hellmuth discussed on the latest episode of Doug Polk's show. Hellmuth had no shortage of things to say about his favorite topic... himself. The Brat also said a few things that whipped the online poker community into a tizzy regarding the Ultimate Bet scandal. [...] Read more…
  13. NewsFree Sunday Million Live tickets!PokerStars online pros are giving away tickets to Sunday Million Live! Approximately €6,500 worth of €215 Day 1 online tickets are up for grabs... for free! Team PokerStars Pro Online crew members such as xflixx, L.Veldhuis, easywithaces and Spraggy are givign away tickets on their Twitch streams! This will span between now and the next three weeks. Log in to their Twitch feeds regularly for a chance to win a Day 1 ticket to Sunday Million Live! [...] Read more…
  14. Breaking NewsThe Weekly Negreanu: Poker After Dark vs. Johnny F-n ChanAfter a summer-long hiatus to focus on the World Series of Poker, Daniel Negreanu return to posting fresh content on his YouTube channel. Negreanu resumed his weekly hand breakdowns. In the latest episode, Negreanu broke down a hand he played against Johnny Chan during a taping of the popular TV show Poker After Dark. Chan rivered a monster, but could Negreanu show restraint and fold a straight? [...] Read more…
  15. Breaking NewsSports bettor Billy Walters sentenced to five years for insider tradingBilly Walters, the legendary sports bettor from Las Vegas, got sentenced to 5 years in prison for an insider trading scheme. Walters also has to pay a $10 million fine. The Federal Government said the 71-year old pro gambler pocketed over $32 million in profits from illegal stock tips in a scheme that also included pro golfer Phil Mickelson. Walters also avoided over $11 million in losses due to insider tips as well. In all, the U.S. Government said Walters stacked the deck in his favor to the tune of $43 million. [...] Read more…
  16. Breaking NewsScott Blumstein wins 2017 WSOP Main EventSay hello to the newest champion! Scott Blumstein from New Jersey won the 2017 WSOP Main Event Championship. The New Jersey pro won $8,150,000 for fading a field of 7,221 runners. On the third and final day of the final table, Blumstein came in with an overwhelming lead. French pro Ben Pollak busted in third place, which set up a heads-up bout between Blumstein and Dan Ott. Blumstein held a sizable advantage over Ott, who could not rally from behind and pull off the upset. Ott settled on a runner-up finish and $4.7 million in cash for a consolation prize. Blumstein only needed 65 hands to send Ott to the rail. Blumstein now added his name to an illustrious list of Main Event Champions. [...] Read more… The 2017 WSOP Main Event Champion (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  17. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Blumfield leads final 3 in Main EventThe 2017 WSOP Main Event final table played down from 7 players to the final 3 on Friday night. We are only 2 more bustouts from crowning a new champion. Scott Blumfield came into the second day of the final table with a massive lead. He built up his stack to 226M. Dan Ott moved into second with 88M. And the short stack is Benjamin Pollak with 45.8M. Damien Salas got eliminated in seventh place. Bryan Piccoli's tear-jerking run ended in sixth place. Former November Niner Antoine Saout hit the bricks in fifth place. The U.K.'s John Hesp and his magical run came to an end when Ben Pollak picked him off in fourth place. Action resumes at 5:30pm local time. Can Blumstein hold off Ott and Pollak to win $8,150,000? [...] Read more… Blumstein, Pollak, and Ott (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  18. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Main Event down to 7The final table of the 2017 WSOP Main Event kicked off on Thursday at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Only two players busted in the first day of action. Short-stacked Ben Lamb busted in ninth place and Jack Sinclair got eliminated in eighth place. John Hesp snagged the lead early, but the two big stacks rumbled and Scott Blumstein doubled through Hesp in a heck of a cooler with a set vs. top two in a 151M pot. With a big stack with over 178M, Blumstein holds nearly 50% of all chips in play. The final seven resume play on Friday at 5:30pm Vegas time. [...] Read more… John Hesp (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  19. News2017 WSOP Main Event: Stats, History, and Jesus Ferguson leads POYWe compiled a quick list of some important stats and historical data for the World Series of Poker Main Event. For the first time since 2007, the Main Event will be played out in Las Vegas in the summer. No more November Nine! This year's champion will win $8,150,000 for first place. Since 1991, every single winner of the WSOP Main Event walked away with at least $1 million in cash. This year's Main Event marked the third-largest field in its history and the biggest field since the wake of Black Friday. And in an interesting side note, Jesus Ferguson finished the 2017 WSOP with 17 cashes (tied for most) and he earned enough POY points to land him in first place overall in the Player of the Year race. [...] Read more… John Hesp during his Main Event run (Photo by Winamax)
  20. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Scott Blumstein chip leader at Main Event Final TableThe 2017 WSOP Main Event Championship is down to its final table. Out of 7,221 original runners, only nine players are still alive. Scott Blumstein from New Jersey leads everyone with 97.25M. The old guy in the funny jacket, John Hesp from the U.K., is second with 85.7M. A pair of players are November Nine veterans -- Ben Lamb and Antoine Saout. Both finished in third place in the Main Event. Will second time be a charm for one of them? Rounding out the final table... Benjamin Pollack from Paris, Bryan ‘theczar19' Piccioli, David Ott, Damian Salas from Argentina, and Jack Sinclair from the United Kingdom. The final nine locked up at least $1 million. First place pays out $8,150,000. The final table resumes on Thursday at 5:30pm at the Rio and will be played out over three days. [...] Read more… (Pic courtesy of @Lizzy_Harrison)
  21. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Christian Pham leads final 27 after Day 6Only 27 players remaining in the 2017 WSOP Main Event. At the start of Day 6, 85 players were still left in the hunt for the championship. By the end of the day, only 27 players remained and bracelet-winner Christian Pham bagged up the most chips. Kenny Hallaert and Mike Ruane were attempting to make back-to-back final tables in the Main Event. Kenny Hallaert's quest ended when he exited in 64th place. But Mike Ruane is still alive. Oh, and in the final bracelet event on the docket, Adrian Moreno from Southern California, won Event #74 Little One for One Drop for $528K score. [...] Read more… Courtesy of Winamax
  22. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Robin Hegele leads final 85 in Main Event Saturday at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas saw the 2017 WSOP Main Event field slim down from 297 to 85 runners. Two of them -- Kenny Hallaert and Mike Ruane -- are attempting to make back-to-back final tables. They were both November Niners last year. Can they both pull a Newhizzle? Germany's Robin Hegele leads all remaining players with a big stack worth nearly 10M. [...] Read more… Jon Dwek as his favoirte superhero (Courtesy of @WSOP on Instagram)
  23. Breaking News2017 WSOP: 297 players remaining; Kenny Hallaert making a runArgentina's Damian Salas ended Day 4 of the 2017 WSOP Main Event as the overall chip leader with 297 players remaining. However, all eyes were on Kenny Hallaert. The tournament director and pro from Belgium is making another deep run in the Main Event. He made the November Nine last year and didn't come close to winning, but he's back again this summer. Going into Day 4, Hallaert is third overall. Day 4 began with 1,084 players and when the day ended, only 297 remain. [...] Read more… Pic courtesy of Winamax
  24. Breaking News2017 WSOP: In the money!The 2017 WSOP Main Event burst their bubble late on Day 3. A total of 1,084 runners are still alive. All remaining players who return on Day 4 are guaranteed a mon-cash. Pat Lavecchia bagged up the most chips with 1.55M. Pawel Brezski is second with 1.54M. Former November Niner Antoine Sauot is third overall with 1.53M. Three former Main Event champs still alive: Scotty Nguyen, Joe Cada, and Carlos Mortensen. [...] Read more… Sweden's Sofia Lovgren still thriving (Pic ocurtesy of Winamax)
  25. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Artan Dedusha leads Day 2C And we're officially dunzo with WSOP Main Event Day 2C. All the remaining players will combine into one field for Day 3. Artan Dedusha from the U.K. bagged up the most chips at the end of Day 2C with over 680K. Also, American pro Ryan Hughes was lurking in the top 5. A total number of approximately 2,600 players remain with the top 1,084 players getting a cut of the prize pool. The money bubble is expected to pop late on Day 3. [...] Read more…
  26. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Lawrence Bayley leads Main Event after Day 2A/2BThe second day of the 2017 WSOP Main Event played out flights Day 2A and 2B. Only 1,100 players advanced to Day 3 from those two flights. At the end of the night, the United Kingdom's Lawrence Bayley bagged up the most chips with 618K. Mickey Craft was second with 608K. Former champs Greg Raymer and Joe Hachem advanced to Day 3, along with Jon Duhamel. Defending champion Qui Nguyen's reign officially ended when he busted on Day 2. On Wednesday, Day 2C will kick off at noon with approximately 3,300 runners still alive in the third and final leg of Day 2. [...] Read more… Defending champ busto on Day 2A/2B. (Pic by Drew Amato; courtesy of @wsop on Instagram)
  27. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Main Event third-largest in historyThe opening flights of the 2017 WSOP Main Event are complete. The numbers are in and it's gonna be a juicy payout this year. A total of 7,221 players bought into the $10,000 Main Event Championship. That number marked the third-highest field in history. The total prize pool is $67,877,400 with $8,150,000 set aside to the next champ. Only 2,219 players survived the cut at the end of Day 1, which was split up into three flights. [...] Read more… Daniel Negreanu poses with fans during the WSOP Main Event. (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  28. Breaking News2017 WSOP: Nipun 'Javatinii' Java becomes double-bracelet winner, Heidi May wins Ladies Championship, and Mike Wattel wins 10K StudNipun 'Javatinii' Java won Event #71 WSOP.com ONLINE NL Championship for a score worth nearly $238K. Java won a bracelet in the tag team event earlier this summer. Java joined David Bach as the only double winners at the 2017 WSOP. Also, on Sunday afternoon, Heidi May shipped Event #70 $10,000 NL Ladies Championship. The Aussie pro defeated Deb the Destroyer from the U.K. heads-up for the victory. And over in Event #72 $10K Stud, Mike Wattel ended an 18-year drought with his second-career bracelet win. In the process, Wattel denied Jesus Ferguson a bracelet during an epic 6-hour heads-up battle. [...] Read more…
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