Thursday January 20, 2022 at 2:25 am
2022 PGT Stairway to Millions: Michael Wang, Jake Schindler, Nick Petrangelo win events

The 2022 PokerGo Tour Stairway to Millions continued at the Aria Casino with three more high roller events in the books. Michael Wang was the last player standing in Stairway to Millions Event #5 $15,000 NL which featured 43 players and paid out $219,300 to Wang. Event #6 $25,000 included 25 entrants, but Jake Schindler emerged as the victory with $287,500 score. Event #7 $50,000 had just 21 players, and Nick Petrangelo knocked out Ali Imsirovic heads up to win $567,000.

Wednesday January 19, 2022 at 9:56 pm
Quan Tran wins 2022 Choctaw WSOP Circuit Main Event

The 2022 World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Choctaw Casino in Durant, Oklahoma had a $1,700 price tag and attracted 1,411 runners with a prize pool worth $2.1 million. Quan Tran was the last player standing and he banked $336,412 after outlasting a final table that also included bracelet winner Rick Alvarado, Rual Garza, Jessica Vierling, Hayden Fortini, Nate Steuer, Jonathan Bennett, Justin Coliny, and Richard Bennett.

Monday January 17, 2022 at 8:05 pm
Chance Kornuth wins back-to-back events at Stairway to Millions

The first PokerGo Tour events of 2022 at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas are underway with their new series called Stairway to Millions. American pro Chance Kornuth won back-to-back events over the weekend. Stairway to Millions Event #2 $2,150 NL attracted 129 runners and Kornuth outlasted everyone to win $51,600. Kornuth continued his run good with another victory in Event #3 $4,200 NL. He was the last player standing out of 84 runners and banked $80,640.

Saturday January 15, 2022 at 1:28 am
DJ and record producer Steve Aoki joins WPT as new brand ambassador

To help celebrate 20 years of the World Poker Tour, the WPT added superstar DJ and EDM godfather Steve Aoki as the newest brand ambassador. Aoki, who is also a music producer, has been a poker fan and avid player for many years. He often played poker and online poker backstage and on the tour bus while performing all over the world. Aoki most recently played at the 2021 World Poker Tour Heads-Up Poker Championship, and he'll be a fixture on Season XX of the WPT.

Thursday January 13, 2022 at 12:04 am
High Stakes Duel III: Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan meet in rematch on January 26

If you missed the first heads-up match between the Poker Brat and durrrr, then you're in luck because Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan square off a second time for a rematch on High Stakes Duel III. They'll play on PokerGO at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas on January 26 with $400,000 at stake. Dwan won the first match last August and ended Hellmuth's seven-match win streak.

Monday January 10, 2022 at 8:36 pm
2022 PGT: Ali Imsirovic, Alex Foxen win Venetian High Rollers

The first series of events on the 2022 PokerGoTour concluded over the weekend at the Venetian Casino in Las Vegas. Ali Imsirovic continued his domination on the PGT with a victory in Event #4 $25,000 NL High Roller for a $270,000 score plus juicy PGT leaderboard points. Alex Foxen won Event #3 $15,000 NL High Roller after he chopped heads up with Michael Wang.

Friday January 7, 2022 at 11:44 pm
2022 PGT: Thailand's Punnat Punsri wins back-to-back high rollers

The 2022 PokerGo Tour was only two days old before Thailand's Punnat Punsri etched his name in the history books with back-to-back victories at the Venetian Deepstack Poker Series in Las Vegas. Punsri won two $10K buy-in High Rollers at the Venetian and the first two events of the new season of the PGT. In the Event #1 on Wednesday, Punsri knocked out Erik Seidel heads-up and outlasted of 36 runners to win $118,037 and. In Event #2 on Thursday, Punsri was the last player standing out of 37 entrants and he banked $133,200.

Thursday January 6, 2022 at 4:05 am
2022 PokerGo Tour begins with 4 events at Venetian

The 2022 PokerGo Tour begins on Wednesday in Las Vegas with the second season of a pro tour catering to high rollers competing all year-round in high balla events to determine the 2022 PGT Player of the Year. The first series of 2022 PGT events occurs at the Venetian in Las Vegas and through this weekend with four rake-free high roller events including two $10K, one $15K, and a $25K event.

Thursday December 23, 2021 at 3:08 am
Ali Imsirovic wins 2021 PokerGo Tour Player of the Year

It's not much of a surprise, but the PokerGo Tour officially announced their 2021 Player of the Year and Ali Imsirovic took it down after a sensational run in PokerGo events during the inaugural season of the PGT. Imsirovic won 14 different PGT events and cashed 34 times. He earned 4,364 in points to lock up first place. PokerGo Tour's sponsor Guaranteed Rate doled out a $200,000 bonus to Imsirovic.

Monday December 20, 2021 at 5:02 pm
Taylor Black wins WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic for $1.24M

Taylor Black shipped the last major event in North America for 2021 when he was the last player standing in the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic at the Bellagio. The $10K event attracted 716 runners and a prize pool that fell short of $7 million. Black banked $1.24 million when he outlasted a tough final table that also included Vik Shegal, Gianluca Speranza, Lorenzo Lavis, Mohsin Charania, and David Kim.

Thursday December 9, 2021 at 3:29 am
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Czech Republic's Josef Gulas wins 2021 WSOP Europe Main Event for €1.275M

A total of 688 entrants at the King's Casino in Rozvadov forked over €10,350 and took a shot at the 2021 WSOP Europe Main Event. When the dust settled, Czech Republic's Josef Gulas rallied from behind and edged out France's Johan Guilbert heads-up to win €1,276,712 and the coveted Main Event bracelet. The final table also included Alexander Tkatschew, Athanasios Kidas, Stanislav Koleno, Aleksandar Trajkovski, Thomas Denie, Ilija Savevski, and Brian Kamphorst.

Wednesday December 8, 2021 at 12:33 am
2021 WSOP Europe: Josef Gulas chip leader at final table

The 2021 WSOP Europe Main Event at the King's Casino in Rozvadov is down to the final table and only seven players remain in the hunt for the bracelet. Josef Gulas from the Czech Republic bagged the chip lead heading into the final day with 20.2M. Also still alive are Alexander Tkatschew, Johan Guilbert, Athanasios Kidas, Thomas Denie, Stanislav Koleno, and Aleksandar Trajkovski. First place pays out €1,276,712.

Monday December 6, 2021 at 4:15 pm
EPT Prague moved to March 2022, EPT Online returns

PokerStars postponed the EPT Prague due to health and safety protocols in the Czech Republic and they rescheduled the live event for March 5, 2022 at the Hilton Prague. PokerStars also decided to bring back the EPT Online with $17 million in guaranteed prize pools in 68 events including a $1.5M guarantee for the $5,200 buy-in EPT Main Event. It will run on PokerStars.com between December 8-19 with buy-ins as low as $5.50 and topping out with a $10K Sunday Super High Roller.

Thursday December 2, 2021 at 11:22 pm
2021 WSOP Europe: French pro Julien Martini wins multiple events for bracelet #3

Julien Martini made history with his third bracelet win and second victory this week at the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe at the King's Casino in RozVegas. Martini was the last player standing out of 61 runners in Event #12 €2,000 8-Game, and he banked €33,910 and the bracelet. Earlier in the week, Martini shipped a bracelet in Event #8 €2,500 Short Deck with a comeback victory. With three WSOP bracelets, Martini holds the current lead among French players.

Thursday December 2, 2021 at 5:12 am
Gediminas Uselis binks WPT Seminole Rock N Roll Poker Open for $778K

The World Poker Tour continued with a stop in south Florida for the 2021 WPT Seminole Rock N Roll Poker Open at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida. The WPT SRNRPO attracted 1,566 runners and a $5 million prize pool. Gediminas Uselis was the last player standing at the Seminole Hard Rock and he banked $778,490 for five days of work and outlasted a final table that included Clayton Maguire.

Tuesday November 30, 2021 at 2:30 am
2021 WSOP Europe: Julien Martini and Edmond Jahjaga win bracelets

It's another Manic Monday at the King's Casino in RozVegas where the WSOP Europe played down to two more champions. Kosovo's Edmond Jahjaga was the last player standing out of 2,478 runners in the 2021 WSOP Event #5 €550 Colossus and he banked €147,775 and his first bracelet. Meanwhile, French pro Julien Martini took down his second-career bracelet with a comeback victory in Event #8 €2,500 Short Deck and in the process.

Monday November 29, 2021 at 5:56 am
2021 WSOP Europe: Germany's Maximilian Klostermeier wins second bracelet

Denmark's Maximilian Klostermeier won his second-career bracelet with a victory in 2021 WSOP Europe Event #7 €5,000 PLO at King's Casino in Rozvadov. He outlasted 184 runners and banked €204,010 for first place. Other bracelet winners in RozVegas included Antonello Ferraiuolo (Italy) in Event #1 €350 Opener, Bjorn Verbakel (Netherlands) in Event #2 €550 PLO, Emil Bise (Switzerland) in Event #3 €1,350 Mini Main Event, and Samuel Stranak (Slovakia) in Event #4 €2,000 PLO.

Wednesday November 24, 2021 at 4:48 am
2021 WSOP: Michael Addamo ships bracelet #4 in $100K High Roller

Aussie pro Michael Addamo won his second bracelet at the 2021 World Series and his fourth overall with a victory in WSOP Event #87 $100,000 NL High Roller. Addamo outlasted 64 runners and edged out American Kevin Rabichow heads up to win $1.95 million. Addamo had a solid series with another bracelet victory in Event #38 $50,000 High Roller for a $1.1M score.

Monday November 22, 2021 at 4:29 pm
2021 WSOP: Spain's Leo Margets wins first bracelet in The Closer

The 2021 World Series of Poker is almost over at the Rio Casino in La Vegas, but Spanish pro Leo Margets took down The Closer for $376,850 and her first bracelet. 2021 WSOP Event #83 $1,500 The Closer attracted 1,903 runners and Margets was the last player standing after besting a final table that included Stephen Song, Chris Moorman, and Cherish Andrews.

Sunday November 21, 2021 at 4:35 pm
2021 WSOP: Jeremy Asmus wins PLO High Roller, denies Hellmuth and Negreanu

American pro Jeremy Asmus held off Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu at the final table to win 2021 WSOP Event #84 $50,000 PLO High Roller. Negreanu missed his chance to win bracelet #7 with a third-place exit, while Hellmuth lost heads up and was denied bracelet #17. Asmus outlasted 85 runners to win $1,188,918 and collect his second bracelet at the 2021 WSOP and third overall.

Sunday November 21, 2021 at 7:03 am
2021 WSOP: Adrian Mateos ships Super High Roller for $3.2M

In the final weekend at the 2021 World Series of Poker, Spanish pro Adrian Mateos won his fourth-career bracelet with a huge score in Event #82 $250,000 Super High Roller. Mateos outlasted 33 runners and banked over $3.2 million after he defeated Ben Heath heads-up for the bling. Also, Welsh pro Robert Cowen won his first bracelet as the last player standing out of 496 entrants in Event #80 $3,000 6-Handed PLO, which paid out $280,916.

Saturday November 20, 2021 at 4:05 am
2021 WSOP: Ole Schemion wins first bracelet, Benny Glasser wins Razz for bling #4

In the final week of the World Series of Poker, Benny Glasser won his fourth bracelet with a victory in 2021 WSOP Event #78 $10,000 Razz Championship by outlasting 109 entrants including a final table that featured Erik Seidel, Phil Hellmuth, Erik Sagstrom, and John Monnette. German pro Ole Schemion was the last player standing out of 468 runners to win 2021 WSOP Event #79 $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty NL for a score worth $172,499.

Thursday November 18, 2021 at 5:47 am
Breaking News
German pro Koray Aldemir wins 2021 WSOP Main Event for $8M

The 2021 WSOP Main Event is finally complete after Germany's Koray Aldemir was the last player standing out of 6,650 original runners in the $10,000 marquee event at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Aldemir defeated American George Holmes heads up at the final table to win his first-ever bracelet and $8 million in cash. Holmes earned $4.3 million for his magical run that unfortunately ended in second place.

Wednesday November 17, 2021 at 3:38 pm
2021 WSOP Main Event: Koray Aldemir builds massive lead with 3 to go

The long-awaited final table of the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event began on Tuesday at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas with a plan to play down to three players on Day 8. Germany's Koray Aldemir (246.6M) holds the chip lead with UK's Jack Oliver (77.3M) and American George Holmes (57.4M) still alive an in the hunt for the bracelet and $8 million in cash. Eliminations on Day included.... Joshua Remitio (4th place), Ozgur Secilmis (5th place), Hye Park (6th place), Alejandro Lococo (7th place), Jareth East (8th place), and Chase Bianchi (9th place).

Tuesday November 16, 2021 at 5:10 pm
Breaking News
2021 WSOP Main Event: Final Table set, Koray Aldemir chip leader

The 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event final table is set at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Germany's Koray Aldemir bagged the chip lead at the end of Day 7 with 140M. The prestigious Main Event final table begins on Tuesday and also includes George Holmes, Alejandro Lococo, Joshua Remitio, Jack Oliver, Ozgur Secilmis, Hye Park, Chase Bianchi, and Jareth East. Canada's Demosthenes Kiriopoulos bubbled the final table in tenth place.

Monday November 15, 2021 at 5:12 pm
2021 WSOP Main Event: Hye Park leads with 29.5M stack with 36 to go

The 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event Championship completed Day 6 and only 36 players remaining out of the 96 that restarted on Sunday. Hye Park bagged the chip lead at the end of Day 6 with 29.5M. The top five also included Demosthenes Kiriopoulos, Josh Remitio, Chase Bianchi, and Koray Aldemir. When Day 7 resumes on Monday, the final 36 will play down to the final table of nine.

Sunday November 14, 2021 at 5:18 pm
2021 WSOP Main Event: Koray Aldemir chipleader with 96 to go

The World Series of Poker Main Event saw the field on Day 5 dwindle from 292 runners down to 96 remaining players. Gemrany's Koray Aldemir bagged the lead with 14.3M. Spain's Ramon Colillas began the day as the chip leader and he still retained a big stack with 12M as second overall. Jonathan Dwek, Zachary Mcdiarmid, and Jesse Lonis round out the Top 5 heading into Day 6. Chris Moneymaker, the 2003 WSOP Main Event champion, saw his run end on Day 5 with an elimination in 260th place.

Saturday November 13, 2021 at 6:23 pm
2021 WSOP Main Event: Ramon Colillas leader with 292 to go

Ramon Colillas, aka the Spanish Moneymaker, bagged the chip lead at the end of Day 4 with 292 players remaining at the 2021 WSOP Main Event at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Colillas won the first-ever PokerStars Players Championship a few years ago and he leads the WSOP Main Event with 5M. Stephen Chidwick is fourth overall, while Chris Moneymaker is still alive but shortstacked heading into Day 5.

Friday November 12, 2021 at 4:45 pm
2021 WSOP Main Event: Money bubble bursts, Jessica Cai chipleader w/ 1000 to go

Day 3 of the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event has come to an end with the money bubble bursting. A total of 1,000 remain out of the 6,650 hopefuls that took a shot at the $10,000 buy-in marquee event. Jessica Cai is the current chip leader with a shade under 1.8M. Chris Moneymaker bagged 1.4M and he's ranked #11 heading into Day 4.

Friday November 12, 2021 at 4:03 am
2021 WSOP Main Event Numbers: $8M to first place with 6,650 runners

The numbers are official at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. The 2021 WSOP $10,000 Main Event attracted 6,650 runners and a prize pool worth $62 million. The top 1,000 places pay out with $8 million set aside to the next champion. Everyone at the final table will lock up at least a cool million. At the start of Day 3, a total of 2,362 players returned to the Rio.

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