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  1. News2018 WSOP: Rob Nehorayan, Nicholas Seiken, Mario Prats Garcia, and Matthew Mendez win blingA couple more first-time bracelet winners were crowned at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Rob 'Rec Rob' Nehorayan, a cash-game player from Los Angeles, won Event #41 $1,500 Limit Hold'em for $173,568 score. Nicholas Seiken shipped Event #44 $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship for a first-place payout worth $287,987. Spanish pro Mario Prats Garcia went on a tear at the final table to win Event #45 Big Blind Antes $1,000 NL (with 30-minute levels) for $258,255. Matthew 'mendey' Mendez took down one of the online events. Mendez shipped Event #47 $565 WSOP.com ONLINE PLO 6-Max for $135,078. [...] Read more…
  2. News2018 WSOP: Shaun Deeb wins $25K PLO High Roller and third braceletShaun Deeb won his third bracelet when he defeated Ben Yu to win the $25K PLO High Roller. Deeb outlasted 230 players to win Event #42 $25,000 PLO High Roller for $1,402,683. Scotty Nguyen took third place. Deeb locked out last year's champ James Calderaro in fourth place. Deeb is currently in first place in the WSOP Player of the Year race. [...] Read more…
  3. NewsCommon Cents Series Starts Sunday on PokerStarsPokerStars is hosting a micro-buy-in series called Common Cents. This micro festival series starts Sunday, June 24 and runs thru Sunday, July 1. The lowest buy-in in a penny and the most expensive is 99 cents. The opening event has a $0.01 buy-in but a $100K guaranteed prize pool. There are 23 events and every buy-in is less than a buck. [...] Read more…
  4. News2018 WSOP: Peacock, Baldwin, Lee, and Bohlman win braceletsFour events played down to a champion with three players becoming first-time bracelet winners. Eric 'basebaldy' Baldwin won his second bracelet with a victory in Event #37 $1,500 NL, which was worth $319,580. Meanwhile, Rob Peacock won Event #34 $1,000 DOUBLE STACK NL for a score worth $644,224. Preston Lee took down Event #39 $1,500 SHOOTOUT for $236,498. Lastly, Scott Bohlman from Chicago binked Event #40 $2,500 Mixed Big Bet for his first bracelet and $122,138. [...] Read more…
  5. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Yaniv Birman and Farhintaj Bonyadi win braceletsTwo more bracelets were awarded on Wednesday night at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Yaniv Birman defeated Jesse 'mazeorbowie' Martin to win 2018 WSOP Event #38 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship. Birman denied Martin a third bracelet to win his first and $236,238 in cash. Over in the Event #36 Super Seniors NL, Freddy and Farhintaj Bonyadi have now become the first mother-son duo to win a bracelet. Farhimtaj outlasted 2,191 players to win $311,415. The Bonyadis now have 4 bracelets among them. [...] Read more…
  6. 2018 WSOP: The Grinder wins $50K PPC

    Breaking News2018 WSOP: The Grinder wins $50K PPCThe Grinder pulled off a hat trick! Michael 'The Grinder' Mizrachi won the $50,000 Poker Players Championship for a third time, which also marked his fourth-career bracelet win. The Grinder earned $1.2 million for fading a field of 87 hopefuls. Johnny World Hennigan finished in second place. Meanwhile, Yueqi Zhu won Event #35 $1,500 Mixed Omaha. The legendary grinder from China had cashed in 72 WSOP events and made 12 final tables before he finally stepped into the winner's circle to win his first bracelet. [...] Read more…
  7. News2018 WSOP: The Grinder leads $50K PPC final, Matt Davis wins SeniorsOnly 6 out of 87 remain in 2018 WSOP Poker Players Championship. The Grinder bagged up an impressive lead with nearly 8.9 million, or twice as much as Dan Smith in second place. Johnny World Hennigan, Aaron Katz, Benny Glasser, and Mike Leah are still left in the hunt for the Chip Reese Trophy and $1,239,126 for first place. Meanwhile over in the Seniors event, statistics professor Matthew Davis outlasted a record-setting field of 5,918 seniors (50+) to win Event #32 SENIORS $1,000 NL for a score worth $662,676. [...] Read more…
  8. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Nirvana record producer Steve Albini wins braceletSteve Albini shipped Event #31 $1,500 Seven Card Stud at a star-packed table that included Jesus Ferguson, whom he busted in fourth place. Aussie pro Jeff Lisandro was seeking his seventh bracelet but the record producer of Nirvana's In Utero and punk musician Steve Albini stood in his way. Alas, Lisandro could not pull off his seventh win when he busted in second place. Albini denied Lisandro's quest for numero seven and Albini won his first bracelet, plus $105,629 in cash. [...] Read more…
  9. News2018 WSOP: Hahn Tran and Gal Yifrach win braceletsBusy weekend at the Rio. Couple more bracelets were awarded to first-time winners. Hahn Tran took down Event #29 $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw. WSOP Circuit ring winner Gal Yifrach needed a fourth day to win Event #28 $3,000 NL 6-Handed for a hefty score worth $461,798. [...] Read more…
  10. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Johnny World Hennigan wins 5th braceletJohnny World Hennigan won his fifth WSOP bracelet when he outlasted a field of 166 runners in Event #27 $10,000 HORSE. Hennigan beat Bakes heads-up for the win and walked away with $415K in cash. Australian pro Michael Addamo won the long-distance Marathon event and survived a tough table that included 2014 WSOP Main Event Champ Martin Jacobson. Addamo shipped his first bracelet with a victory in Event #24 $2,620 NL Marathon for $653,581. [...] Read more…
  11. 2018 WSOP: Arne Kern wins Milly Maker

    News2018 WSOP: Arne Kern wins Milly MakerThe WSOP handed out three bracelets to first-time winners. German Arne Kern banked $1,173,223 for winning the 2018 WSOP Millionaire Maker. Event #21 $1,500 NL attracted 7,361 runners and the total prize pool topped $9.9 million. Meanwhile, Filippos Stavrakis took down Event #26 $1,000 PLO, and British pro Benjamin Dobson won Event #25 $1,500 Stud Hi/Lo. [...] Read more…
  12. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Brian Rast wins 4th bracelet; Doyle Brunson 6th placeBrian Rast won his fourth bracelet when he shipped WSOP Event #23 $10,000 NL 2-7 Lowball Championship. The legendary Doyle Brunson made the final table and finished in sixth place. Brunson confirmed that this would be his last WSOP event before he retired. Brunson missed a bracelet by a few spots, but he rode off into the sunset before making one last cameo at a WSOP final table in Las Vegas. Happy trails, Tex Dolly. [...] Read more… Pic by Lizzie Harrison
  13. News2018 WSOP: Philip Long and Jeremy Wien win braceletsTwo more first-time winners at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Philip Long won WSOP Event #22 $1,500 Eight Game Mix for his first bracelet and thwarted Daniel Negreanu's run for his seventh bracelet. Also, Jeremy Wien shipped WSOP Event #20 Big Blind Antes $5,000 NL. Wein, a derivatives trader from New York City had to call in sick to work to finish the marathon heads-up battle that lasted five-plus hours and extended the three-day tournament to an additional fourth day. [...] Read more…
  14. News2018 WSOP: Adam Friedman and Ognyan Dimov win braceletsThree more bracelets were up for grabs at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. Adam Friedman proved to be the master of 20 mixed games when he won WSOP Event #18 $10,000 Dealers Choice 6-Handed for his second bracelet. Bulgaria's Ognyan Dimov shipped Event #17 $1,500 NL 6-Handed and outlasted a tough final table that included four bracelet winners. Lastly, Colorado's Craig Varnell took down Event #19 $565 PLO for his first bracelet. [...] Read more…
  15. News2018 WSOP: Andrey Zhigalov ships H.O.R.S.E. braceletAndrey Zhigalov needed a fourth day of action to win WSOP Event #15 $1,500 HORSE for his first bracelet. Zhigalov defeated Tim Frazin heads-up for the bracelet and survived a final table that included two-time bracelet winner Scott 'BigRiskky' Clements. Zhigalov banked $202,787 for surviving 731 players. [...] Read more…
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