Thursday April 19, 2018 at 3:05 am
Brandon Adams ships SHR $25K HR

Chalk up another win for Brandon Adams. The Seminole Hard Rock Casino hosted their Poker Showdown series. Brandon Adams won the $25K High Roller event for a $370,000 score. Adams finished in third place in the same $25K event last year and he got his revenge by winning it all this year. Adams banked approximately $1.2M since he won an event at the Poker Masters last autumn.

Monday April 16, 2018 at 1:04 am
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Pascal Lefrancois wins partypoker LIVE Millions Barcelona for €1.7 million

It wasn't an ordinary Sunday in Barcelona with millions in Euros on the line for eight hopefuls. The 2018 partypoker LIVE Millions Barcelona Main Event was awarding at least three payouts worth seven-figures. The 10,300 buy-in affair attracted 1,175 players. The total prize pool nearly passed €11.4 million. Canadian pro Pascal Lefrancois defeated Adam Owen heads-up to win the title and €1.7 million. Owen banked €1.3 million as the consolation prize.

Sunday April 15, 2018 at 8:51 pm
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Watch live stream - partypoker LIVE Millions Barcelona final table

The partypoker LIVE Millions Main Event in Barcelona, Spain attracted 1,175 runners and the action is down to its final table. The final eight included Dominik Nitsche, Stevie Chidwick, Adam Owen, Pascal Lefrancois, Davidi Kitai, Diogo Veiga, Thomas Boivin and Jan-Eric Schwippert. Canada's Pascal Lefrancois is the chip leader. Who is going to win the first-place prize worth €1.7 million? Watch the final table stream here.

Thursday April 12, 2018 at 4:41 pm
Jake Schindler, Davidi Kitai, and Sam Greenwood win high rollers in Barcelona

Barcelona has been the hotspot of poker for the last week or so. partypoker LIVE hosted three high roller events at their MILLIONS Grand Final Barcelona. Over the weekend, Belgian pro Davidi Kitai shipped the €25K High Roller for €700,000. Canada's Sam Greenwood won the €50K for a cool million. And yesterday, American pro Jake Schindler sniffed out Stevie Chidwick's bluff to win the €100K Super High Roller for a score worth €1,750,000. Schindler is now closing in on $18 million in career tournament earnings.

Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 4:02 pm
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Watch final table for partypoker LIVE €100K Super High Roller in Barcelona

The €100,000 buy-in SHR in Barcelona attracted 48 runners and a pool in excess of €4.6 million. Going into today ten remained and Jake Schindler held the lead. Also advancing to day two Erik Seidel, Brynn Kenney, Keith Tilston, Jason Koon, Stevie Chidwick, Koray Aldemir, Steffen Sontheimer, Dominik Nitsche, Jean-Noel Thorel, Mikita Badziakouski. Only top six get paid. First pays out €1,750,000. Watch the live stream here.

Monday March 19, 2018 at 2:51 pm
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Kristen Bicknell and Alex Foxen win high rollers at APPT Macau

The City of Dreams Casino in Macau has been hosting the APPT Macau. A pair of high roller events went down over the weekend. Canadian pro Kristen Bicknell won the $80K HKD High Roller for a score worth $2.1M HKD or $279K USD. Meanwhile, Alex Foxen just shipped the $400K HKD Super High Roller title for $7.5M HKD, or a shade under $1M USD.

Wednesday March 14, 2018 at 5:06 pm
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The Dragon slays The Bike and wins WSOP Circuit

David 'The Dragon' Pham has been scorching opponents for a couple of decades. The three-time bracelet winner added a WSOP Circuit ring to his illustrious collection. The Dragon bested a field of 705 runners to win the WSOP Circuit Main Event at The Bicycle Casino outside of Los Angeles. The Dragon banked approximately $217K for his victory.

Tuesday March 13, 2018 at 3:44 pm
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Owen Crowe chipleader at WSOP Circuit The Bicycle

The WSOP Circuit headed to sunny Southern California for its latest stop in Los Angeles. The Bicycle Casino hosted the WSOP Circuit with the Main Event attracting 705 runners. After two days of nonstop action, only 11 hopefuls remain. Owen ‘ocrowe' Crowe is the big stack as play heads into the final day. David the Dragon, Kevin Gimble, and Kristy Arnett are among those still alive and in the hunt for a first-place prize worth $217K and a coveted Circuit ring.

Friday March 9, 2018 at 10:39 pm
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PokerStars add new MEGASTACK and Festival events in Europe

PokerStars announced new regional events in Europe and more chances to win a Platinum Pass. The PokerStars Festival Marbella will run from June 4-10 on Spain's Costa del Sol, and the Casino Barriere in Lille will host PokerStars Festival Lille from July 16-22. Also, new MEGASTACK events were announced in Dublin and London for next month, in addition to Gujan-Mestras in the south of France later this summer. Players in these events will also have a chance to win a Platinum Pass to the 2019 PSPC in the Bahamas, with six at stake in Lille.

Thursday March 1, 2018 at 6:57 pm
LIVE
2018 LAPC: Alex Foxen wins High Roller; Toby Lewis leads WPT Main Event final table

The 2018 L.A. Poker Classic at Commerce Casino on the outskirts of Los Angeles had a pair of WPT events running this week. Alex Foxen won the $25,500 buy-in Rockstar Energey High Roller for a $425K score after he faded a field of 50 high ballas. Meanwhile, the WPT L.A. Poker Classic Main Event is down to the final table. Aussie Millions champ Toby Lewis is the chip leader with six remaining. First place pays out $1 million. Can anyone stop Lewis? Among those still alive... Dennis Blieden, Peter Hengsakul, Marc Macdonnell, Manuel Martinez, and Derek Wolters. The final table will be streamed on PokerGO.

Wednesday February 28, 2018 at 4:56 pm
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Dennis Blieden leads final 13 at WPT L.A. Poker Classic

Who's gonna win $1 million? Down to 13 players at the WPT L.A. Poker Classic at Commerce Casino in Los Angeles. Dennis Blieden is the chip leader, while Anthony Zinno is trying to win the LAPC for a second time... in addition to winning his 4th overall WPT title. Also still left in the hunt at the LAPC... Lloyd Mandal, Aaron Kaiser, Derek Wolters, Peter Hengsakul, Greg Paryano, Zach Smiley, Garrett Greer, Toby Lewis, Mann Martinez, and Marc Macdonnell. On Day 5, they will play down to a final table of six. Follow the action via WPT Live Updates.

Tuesday February 27, 2018 at 7:01 pm
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WPT LAPC down to 31 players

Good day, L.A.! The WPT L.A. Poker Classic at Commerce Casino began with 493 players and only 31 remain as action heads into Day 4. The money bubble popped on Day 3 with Maria Konnikova missing the money by one spot. Jeremey White is the current chipleader. Notables still alive include Phil Hellmuth, Billy Baxter, Toby Lewis, Mike Sowers, Ben Zamani, Zack Smiley, Chance Kornuth, Josh Kay, and Anthony Zinno. First place pays out $1 million. Follow the action via WPT's live updates.

Monday February 19, 2018 at 7:04 pm
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Viktor Blom binks partypoker Millions Germany with sick call

Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom sniffed out a bluff to win the 2018 partypoker Live Millions Germany Main Event. The €5,300 buy-in event at the King's Casino in Rozvadov attracted 1,022 runners. With only a pair of Kings on an Ace-high board with three hearts and possible straight, Blom made a "sick call" against Pavel Plesuv to win the Main Event. Plesuv whiffed on a flush draw and only held a pair of Queens when he shoved the river and put Blom to the test. Blom tanked, yet made a remarkable hero-call to win the pot and the tournament. Blom banked €850,000 for the victory.

Tuesday February 13, 2018 at 6:21 pm
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Patrik Antonius, Johannes Becker and Chi Zhang win Super High Rollers in Germany

We have three new Super High Roller champions at the 2018 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Germany at the King's Casino in Rozvadov. Blast from the past Patrik Antonius shipped the first €25,000 Super High Roller over the weekend to win €425,000. German pro Johannes Becker took down the second €25,000 SHR for a €320,050 score. And moments ago, Chi Zhang banked €800,000 for winning the €50K SHR.

Monday February 12, 2018 at 4:52 pm
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Keith Tilston wins U.S. Poker Open Main Event

Keith Tilston shipped the 2018 U.S. Poker Open Main Event. Event #8 $50K NL attracted 33 players. Tilston defeated Jake Schindler heads-up for the final event. Tilston won $660K, while Schindler walked away with $429K. Daniel Negreanu finished in third place, while Tom Marchese took fourth, and Dan Smith finished in fifth place. Stephen Chidwick went deep, but did not cash in this event. It didn't matter because the British pro locked up the overall title at the U.S. Poker Open with two wins and five overall cashes for a total score worth more than $1.2 million. Tilston finished second overall with $1 million in winnings.

Saturday February 10, 2018 at 6:12 pm
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Stephen Chidwick wins U.S. Poker Open title; Ben Tollerene, Benjamin Pollak, and David Peters win events

The U.S. Poker Open is not over, yet Stephen Chidwick locked up the U.S. Poker Open title. Chidwick won back-to-back events and finished in second place last night in Event #7. Overall, Chidwick banked $1.2 million. David Peters won Event #7 $25K NL for a $400K score. Benjamin Pollak won Event #6 $25K NL for a $416K score and Chidwick finished in third place in that event. Ben Tollerene shipped Event #5 $10K NL for a $187K score. Oh, in case you were wondering... Chidwick is still alive in Event #8 $50K Main Event Championship. He locked up the overall title and still has a shot to win a third event.

Wednesday February 7, 2018 at 6:17 pm
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Back-to-back U.S. Poker Open wins for Stephen Chidwick

The U.S. Poker Open at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas is only four events deep and British pro Stephen Chidwick shipped two of them. The legendary Stevie444 won back-to-back U.S. Poker Open events including the $25K Mixed Game Championship for a $382,500 score. On Monday, Chidwick took down the $25K NL High Roller and won $374K. Overall, Chidwick made three final tables and banked $811K since the U.S. Poker Open commenced on February 1.

Sunday February 4, 2018 at 7:52 pm
Breaking News
Toby Lewis wins Aussie Millions Main Event for $1.4 million (AUD)

The Aussie Millions Main Event crowned a champion late in the evening at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. The record-setting Main Event included 800 runners this year with an $8 million (AUD) prize pool. The final three players reached a money deal. When the dust settled, British pro Toby Lewis prevailed and banked $1,458,198 AUD for first place (or approximately $1.1M USD). Runner-up Stefan Huber from Switzerland won $909K, while Norway's Espen Solaas earned $1.1M for third place due to the terms of the deal. Lewis became the fourth non-Aussie to win the Aussie Millions since 2012.

Saturday February 3, 2018 at 9:37 pm
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Watch Aussie Millions final table; Toby Lewis leads final seven

Only seven players still alive at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. Toby Lewis is the chip leader at the final table of the 2018 Aussie Millions Main Event. Also still left in the hunt... Espen Solaas, Ben Richardson, Mike Del Vecchio, Stefan Huber, Chul-Hyon Park, and Johan Schumacher. First place pays out $1.8 million AUD (or approximately $1.42M USD). Who's gonna take down the Aussie Millions? Live stream begins Saturday evening at 9pm ET/6pm PT and hosted by Jason Somerville.

Saturday February 3, 2018 at 9:03 pm
Eric Afriat wins WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open for $651,928

Say hello to multiple WPT winner, Eric Afriat. Although Afriat went into the final table with the short stack, he rallied from behind to take down the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Afriat, a real estate investor from Montreal, Canada, faded a field of 1,244 runners to earn a first-place payout worth $651,928, plus a free seat ($15,000) to the season-ending Tournament of Champions at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas.

Friday February 2, 2018 at 3:41 pm
LIVE
Zach Gruneberg with massive lead at WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open final table

Six players are still left in the hunt at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Zach Gruneberg is the big stack at the final table of the 2018 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open Main Event. Former WSOP champ Joe McKeehen is second overall in chipsl. Also appearing at the final table... former WPT SHR Showdown champ Eric Afriat, Mike Marder, Stephen Song, and Justin Zaki. The total prize pool ended up a shade under $4 million with first place paying out $652K.

Friday February 2, 2018 at 12:19 am
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2018 Aussie Millions: Main Event Day 4, watch live stream

The action down under continues with the Aussie Millions Main Event Championship. This year's record-setting field attracted 800 total runners. On Day 3, only 158 players began the day and by the end, only 38 remained. Mike Del Vecchio is the chipleader going into Day 4. Former champs Ari Engel and Ami Barer are still alive. Luckily, there's a live stream. Jason Somerville is doing kick-ass commentary on runitup's Twitch feed starting at 9pm ET or 6pm Vegas time. Watch Day 4 of the Aussie Millions Main Event here.

Thursday February 1, 2018 at 12:04 am
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2018 Aussie Millions: Main Event Day 3 live stream

Watch the Aussie Millions live from the Down Under! The record-setting $10K Main Event at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia attracted 800 total entries. Only 158 players are remaining including Fedor Holz. Day 3 begins shortly and there's a live stream. Jason Somerville will be adding expert commentary on runitup's Twitch feed starting at 9:30pm ET or 6:30pm Vegas time. Watch Aussie Millions Day 3 here.

Monday January 29, 2018 at 10:20 pm
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Back-to-back wins for Kalidou Sow

Kalidou Sow is on a heater! Sow, a businessman and consultant from Paris, France, binked the PokerStars Championship Prague Main Event last month. And just last night, Sow won the PokerStars Festival London Main Event. Sow outlasted a field of 852 runners to win £121,803, plus a coveted Platinum Pass to the 2019 PokerStars Players Championship in the Bahamas. He hasn't been knocked out in consecutive PokerStars events. How long can he keep up the streak? Read about how Sow dreamed about being heads up for the title against Paul Dando via PokerStars Blog.

Friday January 26, 2018 at 6:25 pm
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2018 Aussie Millions: Kitty Kuo leads $25K Challenge

The 2018 Aussie Millions at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia is underway. The first flight of the $10,600 buy-in Main Event begins Sunday. It's a high roller's paradise down under with multiple affairs such as the $25K Challenge, $50K Challenge and $100K Challenge. Kitty Kuo is the chipleader with 19 players remaining in the $25K. Mustapha Kanit, Ben Lamb, and Stefan Huber are all still alive. Check out a schedule of remaining events. Click here for $25K updates.

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