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  1. NewsBrazil's Marcelo Simoes Mesqueu wins 2022 PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo Main EventThe 2022 PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo Main Event in swanky Monaco attracted 1,073 runners with 326 re-entries for a total prize pool in excess of €5.2 million. Brazil's Marcelo Simoes Mesqueu defeated Morten Hvam from Denmark heads up for the title. Mesqueu became the first Brazilian to win the EPT Monte Carlo and he banked €939,840. Ramon Colillas, the Spanish Moneymaker, final tabled the event but busted in seventh place. [...] Read more…
  2. NewsHigh Stakes Duel III: Phil Hellmuth vs Tom Dwan set for May 12Get ready for another heavyweight bout between Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan. The made-for-streaming event -- High Stakes Duel III -- will have a fourth round and a third heads-up match between Hellmuth and Dwan with $800,000 on the line. In the summer of 2021, Dwan won their first meeting. In January of 2022, Hellmuth evened the score with a win. A rubber match is set for May 12 at the PokerGo Studios at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas, and it will be aired exclusively on PokerGo. [...] Read more…
  3. NewsPokerStars Releases 2022 SCOOP schedule with 318 events starting May 8Get ready for the 14th version of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP), which starts on May 8 and runs through June 1 with 318 events spread out on three-different buy-in levels in almost every format imaginable with buy-ins ranging from $2.20 to $25K. There will be a special Women's SCOOP event, along with the coveted SCOOP Main Event Championship. This year will have over $78.5 million in guaranteed prize pools with over $11.5 million in guarantees set aside for the Main Event at all three levels of Low, Medium, and High. [...] Read more…
  4. NewsDarren Elias final table chip leader at 2022 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker ShowdownIt was another highly success event at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida with the 2022 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. The latest stop on the World Poker Tour attracted 2,100 players for the $3,500 buy-in event with a prize pool in excess of $6.4 million. Darren Elias bagged the chip lead heading into the final table and he's eying a fifth WPT title and the first-place prize worth $1 million. Also still left in the hunt are Viet Vo, Mark Davis, Marcos Exterkotter, Michael Laufer, and Andrew Barfield. The final table resumes play on May 25 in Las Vegas. [...] Read more… (Pic by @WPT)
  5. NewsThe PCA returns in 2023, hosting the PSPC at Baha Mar in BahamasIt's been a busy day at PokerStars headquarters for live events. There's new dates for the EPT Barcelona in late August and the EPT Prague in December. In addition, the PCA returns after a hiatus at a new venue at Baha Mar in the Bahamas. The second-ever PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) and its $25K buy-in will also take place during the PCA for a fun two-week festival in the Caribbean starting January 22, 2023. [...] Read more…
  6. News2022 US Poker Open: Sean Winter wins USPO Championship with B2B winsSean Winter won US Poker Open Championship Event #11 $25K NL and Event #12 $50K NL at the Aria to secure the 2022 USPO Championship and win the prestigious golden eagle trophy. Winter needed to win the final $50K event in order to claim the championship, and he outlasted 42 runners and held off Masashi Oya heads up to win Event #12 for a $756K score. He also won a $50K bonus for topping the leaderboard. [...] Read more… Sean Winter - 2022 US Poker Open Champ (Pic by PokerGO)
  7. News2022 US Poker Open: Japan Tamon Nakamura ships two events in first weekThe 2022 US Poker Open is underway at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas for the latest stop on the PokerGo Tour. The first week of action saw five different winners in the first six events including Shannon Shorr, Justin Young, Adam Hendrix, Jeremy Ausmus, and Tamon Nakamura from Japan. Nakamura won Event #4 $10,000 Big Bet Mix and Event #6 $15,000 8-Game to take over first place in the USPO leaderboard. [...] Read more… Tamon Nakamura -- 2022 USPO Event #4 and Event #6 winner
  8. NewsQuickie history of NYC underground poker sceneA clip for an upcoming documentary on the rise and fall of New York City underground poker scene made the rounds with “The History of New York Poker in 6 Minutes” on YouTube. If you're a fan of 'Rounders', then you're aware that poker rooms in the cult classic film were based on real locations around NYC that flourished during the height of the poker boom in the mid-2000s. [...] Read more…
  9. NewsEPT Monte Carlo confirmed for April, EPT Sochi postponedPokerStars will host the 2022 EPT Monte Carlo once again at the swanky Monte-Carlo Casino in Monaco. The festivies begin April 28 and run through May 7, which includes the €5,300 Main Event and a couple of High Rollers including the €100,000 Super High Roller. PokerStars also announced that regional tours will return next month. Also, looks like the EPT Sochi will not run in March and postponed until a later date due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. [...] Read more…
  10. News2022 WSOP schedule released with 88 bracelet eventsThe 2022 World Series of Poker moves to the Las Vegas Strip this summer with 88 live bracelet events taking place at the Paris and the new Horseshoe (aka old Bally's). The 2022 WSOP begins May 31 and runs to July 20. The marquee Main Event begins July 3. There will not be a COVID-19 vaccination requirement this summer, so everyone is welcome. [...] Read more…
  11. NewsMatch Poker Online launches app to sportify poker on global scaleMatch Poker Online is trying to transform poker into sporting competition and an Olympic sport. It's a long and difficult process, but the folks at International Federation of Match Poker are up for the task. In the meantime, Match Poker Online launched their new app on Feb. 14, and players participate in Battle Royale mode and compete in upcoming seasons to determine who's the premier poker players in the world. [...] Read more…
  12. NewsJeremy Ausmus wins 2022 PokerGo Cup with four Top 3 finishesThe 2022 PokerGo Cup concluded at the Aria Casino and Jeremy Ausmus won the 2022 Poker Go Cup with one victory and four overall top three finishes. He banked $824,500 in winnings plus a $50K bonus and the coveted PokerGo Cup. Ali Imsirovic won Event #7 $25K NL for $365,500, and Sean Perry binked Event #8 $50K NL for $640,000. In the overall 2022 PGT Leaderboard, Nick Petrangelo holds down the #1 spot. [...] Read more… Jeremy Ausmus - 2022 PokerGo Cup Champion
  13. News2022 Poker Go Cup: Daniel Negreanu wins Event #6 $25KThe 2022 PokerGo Cup continued at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas this week. Daniel Negreanu outlasted 35 entries in Event #6 $25,000 NL to win $350,000 after outlasting a final table that included Sean Winter, Vikenty Shegal, Stephen Chidwick, and Brock Wilson. Nick Petrangelo binked Event #5 $25,000 NL for $369,000 after he was the last player standing out of 41 runners, and Jeremy Ausmus shipped Event #4 $15,000 NL for a $263,250 score. [...] Read more… Event #6 $25,000 NL Champion
  14. News2022 Poker Go Cup: Sean Perry, Daniel Colpoys early winnersThe 2022 PokerGo Cup is underway at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas with another popular stop on the PokerGo Tour. Daniel Colpoys ended an eight-year draught and won his first major live event since 2014 with. Colpoys shipped PokerGo Cup Event #1 $10,000 NL which attracted 77 entrants, and he banked $200,200 for the victory. Sean Perry was the last player standing in Event #2 $10,000 NL which attracted 80 runners. Perry banked $200,000 for his victory. [...] Read more… Dan Colpoys - 2022 PokerGo Cup Event #1 winner
  15. NewsHigh Stakes Duel III: Phil Hellmuth defeats Tom Dwan in Round 3 for $400KIn the latest installment of High Stakes Duel III at the PokerGO Studios at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas, Phil Hellmuth defeated Tom Dwan in Round 3 to win $400,000. Hellmuth beat Nick Wright in Round 1 and Wright declined to continue, so Dwan stepped in beat the Poker Brat in Round 2. Hellmuth triumphantly won their rematch in Round 3 and finally enacted revenge on Dwan from a bad beat dating back to 2008. Expect Dwan and Hellmuth to meet again in the near future for Round 4. [...] Read more…
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