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  1. NewsBrandon Eisen wins SHR Poker Open Main EventThe 2018 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in Hollywood, Florida completed its $5,250 buy-in Main Event Championship. Brandon Eisen faded a field of 914 runners to win $771,444. Eisen defeated WSOP bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus heads-up for the victory. Meanwhile, Jake Schindler shipped the $25K High Roller for a $800K score. [...] Read more…
  2. NewsAnatoly Filatov wins partypoker Millions Russia Main EventAnatoly Filatov, partypoker Ambassador from Russia, shipped the MILLIONS Main Event on his own home soil. Filatov outlasted a field of 916 runners to win 60 million Rubles, or approximately $994K USD. Filatov's career earnings has now passed $3 million USD. [...] Read more…
  3. 2018 WCOOP starts September 2

    News2018 WCOOP starts September 2The 2018 World Championship of Online Poker is almost here. The 2018 WCOOP has 162 events this year with over $70 million in guaranteed prize pools plus additional prizes worth over $116 million in guaranteed prizes. Also, there will be 6 Platinum Passes to the 2019 PSPC in the Bahamas up for grabs. 2018 WCOOP runs from September 2 through September 17. [...] Read more…
  4. NewsIvan Leow wins Triton Super High Roller in Sochi, RussiaThe 2018 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Russia in Sochi included a Triton Super High Roller event with a 6,000,000 Rubles buy-in. Malaysia's Ivan Leow took down another Triton SHR crown when he faded 29 players to win 72,000,000 Rubles or approximately $1.1M USD. Two weeks earlier, Leow took down a SHR event in Jeju, South Korea for a $1M. [...] Read more…
  5. NewsWSOP Circuit: Warren Sheaves wins Global Casino ChampionshipWarren Sheaves faded a field of 127 players to win the 2018 WSOP Circuit Global Championship. Sheaves rallied with six to go on the final table to emerge as the victor. Sheaves banked $282,113 for first place and he won his first bracelet. [...] Read more… Pic courtesy WSOP
  6. NewsBrady Holiman wins WPT Choctaw for $469,185Brady Holiman, a sales manager from Texas, faded a field of 755 runners to win the WPT Choctaw. Holiman won $469,185 for first place, plus a free seat into the season-ending Tournament of Champions. Holiman survived a final table that included two previous winners -- Anthony Zinno and Tony Ruberto. Anthony Zinno finished in 5th place and Ruberto took fourth. [...] Read more…
  7. NewsGarret Adelstein's $147K pot in Live at the BikeThe Live at the Bike aired one of its largest pots in history when Garrett Adelstein cracked Aces with Ace-Queen to win a pot worth $147,000. Meanwhile, Molly Bloom a.k.a. the Poker Princess and author of Molly's Game appeared at the Unibet Open in Bucharest, Romania to open the #QueenRules Ladies event. [...] Read more…
  8. Breaking Newspartypoker signs Bruno Fitoussi as ambassadorpartypoker added another legend to its ranks of sponsored players and ambassador. Bruno Fitoussi, one of the Godfathers of French poker, was announced as the newest ambassador for partypoker LIVE. With over 30 years of international gaming experience, the former consultant for the Aviation Club in Paris seems like the perfect fit to play the role of ambassador. Fitoussi is coming off a strong summer when he made 2 final tables at the 2018 WSOP including a runner-up finish in $1,500 PLO8. [...] Read more…
  9. PokerStars introduces Unfold Poker

    NewsPokerStars introduces Unfold PokerHow about another new form of poker? No-limit Texas Hold'em is still the Cadillac of poker, but PokerStars has been busy creating different variations. They've been releasing so many nuances it's hard to keep up with all the new rollouts and game variants. You can add Unfold Poker to the growing list of hold'em variants such as Power Up Poker, Split Hold'em, and Showtime Hold'em. Players now have the chance to unfold their hand after the flop has been dealt. [...] Read more…
  10. Breaking NewsMikita Badziakouski wins 2018 Triton Jeju Main EventShip it to the Badz Man! Mikita Badziakouski won the 2018 Triton Main Event in Jeju, South Korea for a score worth $5,255,456. Mikita Badziakouski won the Main Event in Montenegro at the start of the summer for back-to-back Triton Main Event titles. [...] Read more…
  11. Simon Lam wins WPT Gardens

    NewsSimon Lam wins WPT GardensIce Cream shop owner ships WPT event! The WPT kicked off its 17th season with an event at the Gardens Casino outside of Los Angeles. Simon Lam faded a field of 584 runners to win the WPT Gardens. Lam banked $565,055 for first place, plus a 2018 Mercedes-Benz SLC Roadster. Lam defeated Jake Schindler heads-up for the win, cash, and Mercedes. Men the Master finished in third place. [...] Read more…
  12. Neymar Jr. final tables BSOP High Roller

    NewsNeymar Jr. final tables BSOP High RollerWhen you are Neymar Jr., you will always get a rail. Whether its football or poker, Neymar Jr. draws a big crowd. The BSOP live stream set a record number of live streamers the other night when Neymar Jr. made the final table of the BSOP High Roller. Neymar Jr. did not win it all, but he managed to finish in sixth place. Neymar Jr. banked R$79,440, or approximately $21K USD for his run in the BSOP High Roller in Sao Paulo. [...] Read more…
  13. NewsNick Shulman and David Peters win Triton Super High Rollers in KoreaThe Triton Super High Roller circuit touched down at the Landing Casino in Jeju, Korea for another series of high roller tournaments, including the highly-popular Short Deck poker using 36 cards. The 2018 Triton Super High Roller Series Jeju in South Korea completed events and winners included Nick Shulman, Ivan Leow, David Peters, and Ken Kee. Kee banked nearly $2.8 million USD for his win in the HK$1,000,000 Short Deck event. The HK$2,000,000 Main Event is currently underway. [...] Read more…
  14. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Joe Cada wins fourth bracelet with win in The CloserA couple days after his exit at the Main Event final table, Joe Cada shipped The Closer for his second bracelet this summer and his fourth overall. Event #75 was the last $1,500 NL event on the schedule and this special blowout had 30-minute levels. Joe Cada faded a field of 3,210 runners to win $612,886. Cada banked nearly $3 million at the 2018 WSOP. [...] Read more…
  15. Breaking News2018 WSOP: Ben Yu wins $50K High Roller and third braceletBen Yu outlasted a star-studded final table to win Event #77 $50,000 NL High Roller (Big Blind Ante). Yu survived a field of 122 runners to win his third bracelet. First place paid out $1.65 million.Yu cashed in 15 events this year and moved into second place overall in the Player of the Year race. Yu pulled off an extremely a rare feat by finishing in first place, second place, third place, and fourth place in the same series. [...] Read more…
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