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  1. NewsPunnat Punsri wins Triton Mediterranean Poker Party Main EventThai pro Punnat Punsri banked over $2.6 million with a huge score at the 2022 Triton Mediterranean Poker Party Main Event at the Merit Crystal Cove Hotel in Cyprus. The Triton Mediterranean Poker Party Main Event attracted 99 runners to the $100,000 buy-in high roller event. Punsri defeated Wayne Heung heads-up for the title. The final table also included Jason Koon, Artur Martirosian, Wiktor Malinowski, Henrik Hecklen, and Gregoire Auzoux. [...] Read more…
  2. NewsJoshua Pollock, Corey Wade win WPT events in LA and TampaThe World Poker Tour crowned two new champions this week and both were first-time winners. Corey Wade took down the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Tampa Main Event for a $471,686 score. Joshua Pollock won the $5,250 buy-in WPT Legends at the Bicycle Casino on the outskirts of Los Angeles for a $573,350 score. [...] Read more… Joshua Pollock - 2022 WPT Legends Champion
  3. News2022 WCOOP runs September 4-28 on PokerStars with $85M guaranteesGet ready for the 2022 World Championship of Online Poker (WSOOP) on PokerStars starting this upcoming Sunday, September 4 and running through 28. The 2022 WCOOP has 104 events across three buy-in tiers and includes $85 million in prize pools. The 2022 WCOOP Main Event aka Event #92-High has a $10,300 price tag with a $6 million guarantee. There's also the first-ever Women's Event in WCOOP history. [...] Read more…
  4. News2022 WSOP Europe set for October 26 with 15 bracelet eventsYes, the 2022 World Series of Poker returns to the King's Casino in Rozvadov aka RozVegas in the Czech Republic which includes 15 bracelet events from October 26 to November 16. The WSOP-Circuit also continues its 2022-23 season with 10 international stops including the King's Casino along with stops in Aruba, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Holland, Uruguay, Canada, Morocco, and St. Maarten. [...] Read more…
  5. PokerStars EPT London returns October 18

    NewsPokerStars EPT London returns October 18After a long-awaited absence, PokerStars is bringing back the always-popular EPT London after an eight-year layoff. For 11 days, the Park Lane Hilton in posh London will host the triumphant return of the EPT London starting October 18. The £5,300 Main Event kicks off October 22. Better yet, two Platinum Passes to the 2023 PokerStars Players Championship in the Bahamas are up for grabs. [...] Read more…
  6. Breaking NewsNorway's Espen Jorstad wins 2022 WSOP Main Event for $10 millionWe have a new world champion and he hails from Norway. Espen Jorstad faded a field of 8,663 runners to win the 2022 World Series of Poker Main Event at Bally's/Paris on Las Vegas Blvd. He knocked out Australia's Adrian Attenborough heads up to bank $10,000,000 and etch his name in the history books. [...] Read more… 2022 WSOP Main Event Champion - ESPEN JORSTAD (Pic by @WSOP)
  7. News2022 WSOP Main Event: Espen Jorstad, Matt Su Chipleaders at unofficial final tableThe 2022 WSOP Main Event went so late into the night on Wednesday that they decided to postpone action with ten players remaining early on Thursday morning. The final ten in the 2022 WSOP Main Event will return on Friday and play down to four, and then on Saturday they will play from the final four to a champion and find out who wins $10 million. Espen Jorstad and Matt Su are the co-chipleaders with 83.2M. Also still alive are Asher Conniff, Aaron Duczak, Jeff Farnes, John Eames, Mike Duek, Matija Dobric, Philippe Souki, and Adrian Attenborough. [...] Read more… Damian Salas - 27th Place (Pic by Winamax)
  8. News2022 WSOP Main Event: James Hobbs and Efthymia Litsou chipleaders with 123 to goThe 2022 World Series of Poker Main Event finished off Day 5 and only 123 players remain in the hunt for the $10 million first-place prize. James Hobbs bagged the chip lead with 12.5M and Efthymia Litsou is second with 11.7M. Aaron Mermelstein and Alejandro Lococo both have at least 10M and round out the Top 5. Defending champion Koray Aldemir is still alive with 3.8M, meanwhile Damian Salas has a small stack with 2.4M. [...] Read more… Alejandro Lococo on Day 5 (Pic by Winamax)
  9. News2022 WSOP: Main Event gets 8,663 runners with $10 Million to first placeThe numbers are in for the 2022 World Series of Poker Main Event aka Event #70 $10,000 NL Championship and this year's marquee tournament attracted 8,663 runners and a prize pool over $80 million. First place will earn $10 million with the top eight players earning at least seven-figure payouts. The top 1,300 finishers will get a cut of the pie. Only 2,993 players remain at the start of Day 3. [...] Read more… Elky at the 2022 WSOP
  10. News2022 WSOP: Dan 'Jungleman' Cates wins back-to-back $50K Poker Player ChampionshipsDan "Jungleman" Cates joined an elite list of pros who shipped the WSOP $50K Poker Players Championship more than once, but Cates made history with back-to-back bracelet victories. Cates outlasted 112 runners to win 2022 WSOP Event #56 $50,000 Poker Players Championship for $1,449,103. The final table included Koray Aldemir, Naoya Kihara, Yuri Dzivielevski, Johannes Becker, and Benny Glaser. [...] Read more…
  11. NewsKathy Liebert, Josh Arieh, Brian Rast among first-time 2022 Poker Hall of Fame nomineesThe 2022 Poker Hall of Fame announced the ballot for induction this year, which included seven finalists from last year plus three new names. Kathy Liebert, Josh Arieh, and Brian Rast are the three additions to the ballot along with the late Layne Flack, Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier, Isai Scheinberg, Michael 'The Grinder' Mizrachi, Mike Matusow, Matt Savage, Lon McEachern & Norman Chad. The induction ceremony is slated for July 10. [...] Read more…
  12. News2022 WSOP: Adam Friedman, Jeremy Ausmus, Robert Cowen, Brian Hastings snag braceletsThe 2022 World Series of Poker continued at Bally's and Paris in Las Vegas, and several notable pros added bracelets to their collection this week. Brian Hastings joined the six-timer club after shipping the $10K 2-7 Triple Draw, Adam Friedman won $10K Stud for his fifth bracelet, Jeremy Ausmus won $3K 6-Max NL for his fourth bracelet, and Robert Cowen binked the $50K PLO High Roller for a score worth nearly $1.4 million. [...] Read more… Brian Hastings won his 6th bracelet
  13. News2022 WSOP: Leo Soma, Amnon Filippi, Dan Smith win first braceletsDan Smith finally got off the schneid with his first bracelet victory in 2022 WSOP Event #6 $25,000 Heads-Up NL Championship when he banked $509,717 for besting a field of 64 players. Amnon Filippi outlasted a record-setting field of 1,068 players in Event #7 $1,500 Omaha 8 for a score worth $252,718 and his first bracelet. The first French player at the 2022 WSOP won a bracelet when Leo Soma outlasted 2,393 runners to win Event #14 $1,500 6-Handed NL for $456,889. [...] Read more… Leo Soma - WSOP Event #14 Omaha 8 Champion
  14. News2022 WSOP: Scott Seiver, David Peters join 4-timer clubThe 2022 World Series of Poker is underway at its new home at Bally's and Paris on the Strip, and two well-knownAmerican pros snagged bracelets to join an exclusive group of players with at least four bracelets. David Peters shipped WSOP Event #2 $100,000 High Roller Bounty to win $1,166,810 and a fourth bracelet. On Friday night, Scott Seiver outlasted 752 runners in Event #3 $2,500 Freezeout to win $320,059 and his fourth bracelet. [...] Read more… Scott Seiver - Event #3 $2,500 NL Freezeout Champion (Pic: @WSOP)
  15. Chance Kornuth wins 2022 WPT Choctaw

    NewsChance Kornuth wins 2022 WPT ChoctawWe have a new WPT champion and Chance Kornuth padded his bankroll with a major victory and his first WPT title. The $3,800 buy-in WPT Choctaw Main Event attracted 787 entrants, and the top 100 places earned a cut of the $2.75 million prize pool. The final table included Kornuth, Ray Qartomy, James Mackey, James Hundt, Steve Buckner, and Kristen Foxen. Kornuth picked off Buckner heads up to win $486,600. [...] Read more…
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