Monday June 10, 2024 at 1:53 pm

The 2024 WSOP continued and on Sunday night, Sean Troha won his third bracelet with a victory in Event #24 $10,000 PLO 8 Championship. He has now won a bracelet in three straight summers and took down a second PLO8 Championship since 2022. A pair of pros secured their second-career bracelets at the end of last week. Dylan Weisman binked Event #18 $1,500 PLO for a $294K payday, and John Racener rallied from behind to win Event #19 $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship for a $308K score.

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John Racener - Event #19 Winner (Pic by @WSOP)

The 2024 WSOP rewarded gold bracelets to several first-time winners over the last few days on the Las Vegas Strip., but three players padded their collection with additional hardware. Any time a player wins a bracelet, it's a huge milestone in their poker career. A second bracelet is a reassurance that the first one isn't a fluke. And getting the bling three times? That's no joke, bruh. And in the case of Sean Troha, he reached peak performance during the summer in Sin City for a third WSOP in a row.

Event #24 $10,000 PLO 8 Championship drew a crowd of 259 hopefuls and a prize pool worth a smidge more than $2.4 million. Only the top 39 places earned a cut of the cheesecake, with $536,713 set aside to the winner. Sean Troha bagged his third-career bracelet and stepped into the winner's circle for a third consecutive summer in a PLO8 or PLO event. In 2022, Troha snagged his first bracelet in the same event. That year, 683 players were in the mix and he won his biggest score to date worth $1.2 million. Last summer, Troha was the last player standing in $1,500 PLO. He won his second bracelet for a score worth $298K.

At the Paris/Horseshoe Casino this year, Troha outgunned the final table in the PLO8 Championship that included Tyler Brown, Joao Simao, Yuri Dzivielevski, Robert Tanita, Tsz Shing, Brad Ruben, Luis Velador, and Joshua Thibodaux. Among the few who went deep and cashed included Sean Winter, Viktor Blom, Tom Koral, James Obst, Phil Ivey, Scott Seiver, Allan Le, Nick Schulman, and Jeff Madsen.

Event #18 $1,500 PLO attracted 1,469 runners and a prize pool worth $1.96 million. Only the top 221 places paid out. Dylan Weisman edged out Chino Rheem for the bracelet and $294K in cash. Also at the final table were Steve Z, Grzegorz Derkowski, John Zable, Jhojan Rivera, Abdul Al-Magableh, and Leslie Roussell. Dan Zack nearly missed the final table. Other noteworthy names who went deep include Richard Ashby, Mike Dentale, Erick Lindgren, Brent Roberts, Rob Hollink, Ryan Laplante, Phil Ivey, Tony Cousineau, Jeff Madsen, Brock Parker, and Brandon Cantu.

Event #19 $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship attracted 104 runners to this vintage event that paid out only 20 places. The prize pool was $967 with $309,930 set aside to the champion. John Racener won his second bracelet when he rallied at the final table and picked off Chad Eveslage in second place. The stacked final table also included Marco Johnson, Anthony Marsico, Shyamsundar Challa, Justin Kusumowidagdo, Ronnie Bardah, and Andrew Kelsall. Among the few lucky souls who cashed were Maxx Coleman, Juha Helppi, Nick Schulman, Dan Shak, Maria Ho, and Dustin Dirksen.

Event #15 $1,500 PLO8 attracted 1,277 runners and a prize pool worth $1.7 million. Caleb Furth banked $265,361 for the victory when he outlasted a final table that included Jiyang Gan, Walter Chambers, Andreas Frohli, Michael Machugh, Andrew Paterson, Tom Koral, Mathias Bayer, and Jason Daly. The top 192 places paid out. Noteworthy names who went deep and cashed in Event #15 include Christian Harder, Yuval Bronshtein, Shannon Shorr, Nathan Gambler, Adam Friedman, Leif Force, Amnon Filippi, Adam Owen, Maria Ho, Dan SHak, Carol Fuchs, Loni Harwood, Robert Cowen, Connor Drinan, ODB Baker, Ben Yu, Yu Zhu, Jim Collopy, Mel Judah, and Scott Clements.

Event #16 $5,000 NLHE attracted 660 players and a prize pool over $3 million. The top 124 places paid out with $660K set aside to the champ. Brent Hart won his first bracelet when he outgunned a final table that included Eddie Ochana, Alex Queen, Kartik Ved, Shant Marashlian, Daniyal Gheba, and Taylor Black. Among the familiar faces who went deep included Nate Silver, Erik Seidel, Brian Rast, Sam Soverel, Ivan Deyra, Mitch Halverson, Alexandre Reard, Punnat Punsri, Kenny Hallaert, John Juanda, Ryan Riess, Chris Moorman, Jake Scwartz, Nick Schulman, Koray Aldemir, Taylor Paur, Sergio Aido, Espen Jorstad, Sean Winter, John Racener, Sean Winter, Paul Neweyy, Dan SMith, Alex Keating, Patrick Leonard, Alex Foxen, Stephen Chidwick, and Jen Harman.

Event #17 $800 NLHE DeepStack attracted 4,732 runners and a prize pool worth $3.3 million. The top 710 places paid out with $368,977 set aside to the winner. TJ Murphy defeated a final table that included Raymond Mancini, Tao Chu, Vernon Barruga, Hai Nguyen, Dimitre Dimitrov, Yuvaraj Rai, Michael Wills, and Harry Lodge.

Event #21 WSOP $25,000 NLHE High Roller attracted 272 entrants who generated a prize pool worth $6.4 million. Brek Schutten banked $1.4 million for besting a sick field in the $25K High Roller. He outlasted a final table that included Tyler Stafman, Michael Rocco, Taylor von Kriegenbergh, Brandon Wilson, and Masashi Oya. The top 41 places paid out and among those who cashed included Kevin Rabichow, Justin Saliba, Shawn Daniels, Alex Foxen, Andrew Lichtenberger Erik Seidel, Rainer Kempe, Chris Brewer, Nick Maimone. Chance Kornuth, Jim Collopy, and Nick Petraangelo.

Event #22 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw attracted a field of 574 runners. The prize pool was $766K and the top 87 places paid out. Aaron Cummings was the last player standing and he bagged his first bracelet and $146K in cash. The final table included Yuichi Kanai, Alexander Wilkinson, Heather Alcorn, Sean Yu, Anthony Lazar, and Danny Wong. Among those who cashed in this event included Billy Baxter, Brian Yoon, ODB Baker, David Bakes Baker, Miami John, Amnon Fillipi, Michael Noori, Rob Hollink, Yu Zhu, Carol Fuchs and Naoya Kihara.

Event #23 $1,500 SHOOTOUT NLHE attracted 1,534 entrants who generated a prize pool north of $2 million. The top 160 places paid out. The final nine included Daniel Sepiol, Robert Natividad, James Davidson, Jeremy Ausmus, Daniel Strelitz, Richard Dixon, Sean Ragozzini, Scott Ball, and Aaron Pinson. Sepiol was the last player standing in the shootout, and he won $305,849 and his first bracelet.

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Thursday July 18, 2024 at 3:35 am
Breaking News
Jonathan Tamayo wins 2024 WSOP Main Event

Say hello to the newest champion. American Jonathan Tamayo outlasted 10,112 runners and navigated a tough final table to win the 2024 WSOP Main Event. Tamayo snagged his first bracelet and $10 million in cash. American Jordan Griff was the runner up and he banked $6 million for second place. Swedish pro Niklas Astedt was knocked out in third place, which paid out $4 million.

Wednesday July 17, 2024 at 12:32 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: Niklas 'Lena900' Astedt leads final 3

The 2024 WSOP Main Event final table began on Tuesday and only three players remain. Swedish pro Niklas 'Lena900' Astedt is the current chipleader with 223M followed by Americans Jonathan Tamayo (197M) and Jordan Griff (187M). On Wednesday, a new champion will be crowned in Las Vegas and the history will be made by one of the final three when the last player standing ships $10 million.

Monday July 15, 2024 at 12:51 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: Final Table set, Jordan Griff is chip leader

After eight tumultuous and exhilarating days of action, the 2024 WSOP Main Event has reached its final table. With nine to go, American Jordan Griff bagged the lead with 143.7M at the end of Day 8. The final table also includes American pro Brian Kim (94.6M), Swedish online shark Niklas 'Lena900' Astedt (94.2), Joe Serock (83.6M), Jason Sagle (67.3M), Boris Angelov (52.9M), Jonathan Tamayo (26.7M), Malo Latinois (25.5M), and Andres Gonzalez (18.3M). Action resumes on Tuesday in Las Vegas and a new champ will be crowned on Wednesday.

Sunday July 14, 2024 at 12:54 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: Malo Latinois Leads Final 18 after Day 7

The 2024 WSOP Main Event continued with an exhilarating Day 7 that saw the field cut down from 59 to 18. France's Malo Latinois bagged the chip lead with 61.3M, but there are some big names still alive including Sweden's Niklas Astedt (50M), and Canadian pro Kristen Foxen (47.4M) who is also the last woman remaining at the final two tables. Six-time bracelet winner Brian Rast saw his epic Main Event run end in 24th place.

Saturday July 13, 2024 at 12:59 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: Kevin Davis leads final 59 on Day 6

After five days of action, the 2024 WSOP Main Event had only 160 players remaining. On Day 6, over a hundred players were knocked out and only 59 players survived. American Kevin Davis bagged the chip lead with 26.25M. The Top 5 also includes Shundan Xiao (23.9M), Malo Latinois (22.37M), Guillermo Sanchez Otero (31.97M), and Yake Wu (20.87M). Niklas Astedt, Kristen Foxen, Brian Rast, and Brandon Cantu are among the notables still remaining.

Friday July 12, 2024 at 1:42 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: 160 players remain after Day 5

The 2024 WSOP Main Event continued with 464 players returning for Day 5, but only 160 players were still alive by the end of the evening. Once again, American Stephen Song bagged up the chipl ead. Song (12.3M) is a smidge above Carlos Caldas (12.1M) from Brooklyn via Portugal in second overall. Yeah, three Portuguese players are in the Top 5 including Diogo Coelho (9.95M) in third and Manuel Machado (8.83M) in fifth overall. American Yegor Moroz is fourth with 9.47M. Among the notables still alive are Swedish pro Niklas 'Lena900' Astedt, Brian Rast, Tony Dunst, Danielle Andersen, Alex Keating, and Brandon Cantu.

Thursday July 11, 2024 at 4:15 pm
2024 WSOP Main Event: Stephen Song, Adrian Mateos chipleaders after Day 4

The money bubble popped early on Day 4 of the 2024 WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas. By the end of the evening, 464 players survived and will return for Day 5 on Thursday. American Stephen Song bagged the chip lead with 4.75M and Spanish pro Adrian Mateos is right behind him with 4.5M. Also in the Top 5 in chips are Will Berry (4.46M), Aloisio Dourado (4.3M), and Biao Ding (4.26M). Other notables still alive include Phil Ivey, Matt Stout, Brian Rast, Brandon Cantu, Nacho Barbero, Antoine Saout, Tony Dunst, Ami Barer, Kristen Foxen, and Noah Boeken.

Wednesday July 10, 2024 at 4:26 pm
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2024 WSOP Main Event: Another record-setting field with 10,112 runners

The 2024 World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas is the largest in history with 10,112 runners. This year's massive field eclipsed last year's number by 69 entries. The total prize pool will be over $94 million with $10 million set aside for the champion. The money bubble will burst early on Day 4 and the top 1,517 runners will earn a cut of the prize pool. Spain's Francisco Perez Moreno is the chip leader with a stack of 2.18M with 1,524 players remaining.

Monday July 1, 2024 at 1:42 pm
2024 WSOP: Scott Seiver snags third bracelet this summer

Scott Seiver navigated a tough final table and a stacked final day to win 2024 WSOP Event #72 $10,000 NL 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship (7-Handed) for $411,041. The victory marked his third bracelet win this summer, and he moved into the exclusive Seven Timer's Club with bracelet #7. Meanwhile, France's Elie Nakache took down Event #66 $10,000 PLO Championship for a $1.3 million score when he outlasted 726 runners.

Saturday June 29, 2024 at 2:11 am
2024 WSOP: Daniel Negreanu wins $50K Poker Players Championship

Daniel Negreanu won the 2024 WSOP $50,000 Poker Players Championship for $1.17 million and he also picked up bracelet #7. Kid Poker had been chasing a bracelet for over a decade and had multiple close calls before he finally won a seventh bracelet. Negreanu outlasted a tough final five that included Chris Brewer, Dylan Smith, Bryce Yockey, and David Benyamine.

Tuesday June 25, 2024 at 4:02 am
2024 WSOP: Santhosh Suvarna ships $250K Super High Roller

Another busy weekend in Las Vegas at the 2024 WSOP. Brazilian pro Yuri Dzivielevski won his fifth bracelet and third bling in the last two years with a victory in Event #53 $3,000 Nine Game Mix (7-Handed) for a $215,982 score. Santhosh Suvarna from India was the last player standing in Event #55 $250,000 Super High Roller NLHE when he outlasted 75 runners to win $5.4 million and his second bracelet.

Friday June 21, 2024 at 2:35 pm
2024 WSOP: Chris Hunichen wins $2.84 million in $100K High Roller

Chris 'BigHuni' Hunichen outlasted a fierce field of 112 entries to win his first bracelet with an impressive victory in 2024 WSOP Event #47 $100,000 High Roller NLHE. Hunichen banked nearly $2.84 million for the win and denied Jeremy Ausmus a chance at winning a seventh bracelet. The stacked final table also included Viktor Blom, Chance Kornuth, Justin Saliba, and Ike Haxton.

Monday June 17, 2024 at 7:57 pm
2024 WSOP: Scott Seiver wins second bracelet this summer

It was a busy weekend at the 2024 WSOP. Scott Seiver became the first player to win multiple bracelets at the 2024 WSOP when he took down Event #40 $1,500 Razz, which also marked his sixth bracelet. Sergio Aido outlasted 177 runners to win his first bracelet with a victory in Event #39 $50,000 High Roller NLHE, which paid out a little more than $2 million. Meanwhile, Phillip Hui banked $193,545 and his fourth bracelet with a win in Event #35 $1,500 HORSE.

Friday June 14, 2024 at 4:56 am
Breaking News
2024 WSOP: Phil Ivey wins bracelet #11 in $10K Triple Draw

All eyes were on Phil Ivey at the final table of 2024 WSOP Event #29 $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship. First place paid out $347,440, but Ivey was gunning for bracelet #11 and his first WSOP victory in ten years. It came down to a heads-up joust between Danny Wong and Ivey. When the dust settled, Ivey locked up an eleventh bracelet and moved into second place on the all-time list behind Phil Hellmuth's 17 victories.

Friday June 7, 2024 at 2:50 am
2024 WSOP: Scott Seiver, Robert Mizrachi join the Five Timers Club

The second week of the 2024 WSOP saw two pros secure their fifth bracelet when Scott Siever and Robert Mizrachi joined the Five Timers Club. Seiver banked $426,744 for winning Event #10 $10,000 Omaha 8 Championship, and Mizrachi took down Event #13 $10,000 Dealer's Choice Championship for $333,045. Also, David Prociak and Simeon Spasov won their second bracelets. Meanwhile, first-time winners included Nick Guagenti and France's Thibault Perissat.

Monday June 3, 2024 at 10:12 pm
2024 WSOP: Johnny World ships seventh bracelet

Several players collected their first bracelet in the opening week of the 2024 World Series of Poker. That list includes Asher Conniff, Jose Garcia, Daniel Willis, James Chen, and Darius Samuel. Meanwhile, Johnny "World" Hennigan shipped his seventh-career bracelet with a victory in Event #7 $1,500 Dealer's Choice for a score worth $138,296, and Bryce Yockey took down his second bracelet in Event #8 $5,000 PLO (8-Handed).

Wednesday May 29, 2024 at 2:28 pm
2024 WSOP Online bracelet schedule released

The 2024 World Series of Poker Online released their schedule with 30 bracelets at stake this summer for online poker players in Nevada, New Jersey, and Michigan. All three states are now a part of a shared liquidity player pool, which will boost the numbers of players taking a shot at an online bracelet. Online poker players in Pennsylvania have their own WSOP Online series with seven bracelets up for grabs.

Friday May 24, 2024 at 11:54 pm
Tournament Wrap-Up: Jessica Vierling, Mikalai Vaskaboinikau, David Ko, Wiktor Malinowski winners

Four more champions were crowned this past week. German pro Jessica Vierling shipped a WSOP Circuit Ring in Los Angeles when she won the Commerce Casino Main Event for $328,273. David Ko won the 2024 WPT Montreal for a $319,217 score. Over in Europe, Mikalai Vaskaboinikau from Belarus took down the Triton Montenegro Main Event for $4.7 million. Polish pro Wiktor Malinowski crushed the Triton Montenegro $200K Event for nearly $4.8 million.

Thursday May 16, 2024 at 7:31 pm
Tournament Wrap-Up: Moneymaker, Hawkins, Watson, and Deutsch

It's been a busy week of tournaments all over the world. Chris Moneymaker and Mike Watson shipped events at the Triton Poker Series in Montenegro. Moneymaker banked $903K for his first victory, while Watson took down his fourth Triton title for a little over $1 million. Maurice Hawkins added to his ring collection with victory #16 at the WSOP Circuit Harrah's Cherokee Main Event. Meanwhile, Joel Deutsch took down the Borgata Spring Poker Open Main Event in Atlantic City where there was a rare overlay.

Sunday May 5, 2024 at 5:09 pm
Holland's Derk van Luijk wins 2024 EPT Monte Carlo Main Event for €1 million

The 2024 EPT Monte Carlo Main Event attracted 1,208 entrants this year and a total prize pool worth over €5.8 million. Derk van Luijk from the Netherlands rode a tsunami of good fortune on the way to his victory worth €1 million. He defeated Boris Angelov heads up for the Main Event title. In addition, Patrik Antonius shipped the 2024 EPT Monte Carlo €100K Super High Roller for €1.97 million.

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