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  1. News2020 WSOP finalizes schedule with 101 bracelet eventsThe 2020 World Series of Poker schedule is complete after the WSOP released the final eight events for a total of 101 bracelet events. This year's schedule has been coming out a little bit at a time with events broken down into different categories from Value Menu to High Rollers plus a new focus on freeze outs this year. In addition, the WSOP expanded the schedule to include 14 online bracelet events. The 2020 WSOP begins on May 26 and concludes on July 15. [...] Read more… Pic by veunstyle
  2. The Try Guys vs Maria Ho

    NewsThe Try Guys vs Maria HoOne genius versus four idiots. Can four idiots learn poker and beat Maria Ho? The Try Guys team up and play Texas Hold'em together to try and defeat Maria Ho at a tournament. The Try Guys have a popular comedy series on YouTube in which they tackle different tasks twice a week. In the latest installments, the Try Guys attempt to take on one of the top female players in the world with Maria Ho. [...] Read more…
  3. NewsEric Afriat wins 2020 WPT Fallsview for 3rd WPT titleCanadian pro Eric Afriat took down his third WPT title since 2014. He's secured wins at the Borgata Casino in Atlanta City and the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida. However, he finally won an event on his own soil. Afriat faded a field of 594 runners in the CAD $5,000 buy-in WPT Fallsview Classic at the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, Canada. Afriat banked $508,021 CAD or approximately $379K USD. Last year's champ, Demo Kiriopoulos, finished in fifth place and missed out on winning the same event in back-to-back years. [...] Read more… Pic by WPT
  4. NewsChristopher Puetz wins 2020 WPT Germany for €270,000 Christopher Puetz outlasted a field of 510 players to win the 2020 WPT Germany at the King's Casino in Rozvadov. Puetz banked €270,000 (or approximately $293K USD) for the win and he faded a final six that included Josef Gulas, Laszlo Papai, Joep van den Bijgaart, Gianluca Speranza, and Farukh Tach. The 2019 WSOP Main Event champion, Hossein Ensan, finished in seventh place. [...] Read more…
  5. 2020 WSOP TV broadcast schedule released

    News2020 WSOP TV broadcast schedule releasedThe 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event Championship will be broadcast for 14 consecutive days on ESPN and/or ESPN2 starting July 1 and concluding with finale on July 14. PokerGO will provide additional coverage during the Main Event. They will also stream various final tables of other bracelet events. [...] Read more…
  6. NewsSahara Casino in Las Vegas re-opens their poker roomPoker returns to the historic Sahara Casino after a nine-year hiatus. The Sahara branding returned to the property in August 2019 after five years as the SLS. Six months after the Sahara reboot, the new seven-table poker room opened with a soft launch on February 14. The swanky poker room will cater to locals with a better overall poker experience, plus free parking with less than a five-minute walk to the newest room on the Strip in almost a decade. [...] Read more…
  7. NewsPablo Silva wins the 2020 partypoker MILLIONS South America Brazil's Pablo Silva shipped the 2020 partypoker MILLIONS South America at the Enjoy Resort and Casino in Punta Del Este, Uruguay for $1 million. The $10,300 buy-in Main Event attracted 465 runners. Silva outlasted a final table that featured Dzmitry Urbanovich and also included Fabian Gunz, Fabio Colonese, Dan Rezaei, Andres Viola, Sergio Di Pego, Pedro Madeira, and Rafawl Caiaffa. [...] Read more…
  8. News2020 WSOP: 14 online bracelet events added to scheduleThe higher-ups at the 2020 World Series of Poker released their schedule for 14 online bracelet events, which is an uptick from last year's virtual schedule. Buy-ins will range from as low as $400 all the way up to $10,000. Players are eligible to play within the state limits of Nevada and/or New Jersey. All 14 online events at WSOP.com are bracelet events. [...] Read more…
  9. NewsAwkwafina to Star in Phil Ivey edge shorting film 'Baccarat Machine'Awkwafina will star in a new film titled 'Baccarat Machine', which is based on a Michael Kaplan article about the Phil Ivey edge sorting case and his accomplice, Kelly Sun (real name Cheung Yin Sun). Awkwafina will play Kelly Sun, the mysterious Chinese woman who accompanied Ivey during highstakes baccarat adventures in Australia, Asia, Monte Carlo, and the United Kingdom. The two bilked casinos for millions by Sun manipulating edge sorting techniques in their favor. The two were eventually busted. [...] Read more…
  10. NewsPhil Galfond stuck €900K, Galfond Challenge vs. VeniVidi postponedPhil Galfond suspended the Galfond Challenge against VeniVidi after losing over €900,000 over 15 sessions playing €100-200 PLO. The two played less than 10,000 hands of the 25,000-hand challenge. Galfond wants to take an extended break while thinking about his decision to quit or continue to play on. For now, Galfond will pay a 3,000 per day penalty while missing scheduled playing days. [...] Read more…
  11. News2020 PSPC Platinum Madness: 21 Platinum Passes in 21 daysThe folks at PokerStars are running a new promotion for their 2020 PokerStars Players Championship, which will be hosted in Barcelona, Spain at the end of the summer. Starting today, PokerStars will award 21 Platinum Passes to the 2020 PSPC over the next 21 days. They dubbed this maddening promotion, "Platinum Madness", which has a catchy ring to it. [...] Read more…
  12. NewsWSOP Circuit: Philip Shing wins Potawatomi (Milwaukee) Main EventBrooklyn's Philip Shing won his second WSOP Circuit ring with a victory at the WSOPC Potawatomi (Milwaukee). The $1,700 buy-in Main Event outside Milwaukee attracted 524 runners. Shing faded the field and outlasted a final table that included Ken Donarski, John Gallaher, James Pupillo, Cero Zuccarello, Chris Roth, Michael Hartzheim, Marcus Yofon, and Fadi Hamad. [...] Read more…
  13. News2020 WSOP: All 25 $1,500 events added to scheduleThe World Series of Poker continued to release their 2020 schedule a little bit at a time. In the latest update, the WSOP added all 25 events at the $1,500 price point. There will be at least 18 different games and variants played at the popular $1,500 price point. The Milly Maker is one of those branded events at the $1,500 price point along with a Mystery Bounty, the Closer, Monster Stack, and the Fifty Stack. [...] Read more…
  14. NewsMacau shuts down casinos for 2 weeks to contain coronavirusOn February 5, announced they were shutting down all casinos for two weeks during an outbreak of coronavirus that killed at least 500 people in mainland China. Hong Kong and Macau reported their first cases of coronavirus, including a casino worked in Macau. Hong Kong also reported its first death from coronavirus. Macau's decision to shut down gambling operations for two weeks could not come at a worst time. Casinos in Macau saw a huge downturn in profits over the last year, including four consecutive months of declining revenue. [...] Read more…
  15. NewsPhil Galfond Challenge: Stuck €553K against VeniVidi after 10 sessionsTriple WSOP bracelet winner and online poker legend, Phil Galfond, is currently stuck €553,000 in his #GalfondChallenge heads-up battle against VeniVidi. The two have been playing €100/€200 PLO on Run It Once in a match spanning 25,000 and broadcast on Twitch. After 7K hands and ten days of action, Galfond won only once and posted eight losing days in a row. [...] Read more…
  16. NewsDoyle Brunson loses $175K betting on San Francisco to win Super BowlWhile America prepared for Super Bowl Sunday between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, Doyle Brunson revealed he has bet on every Super Bowl since the first one back in 1967. Tex Dolly fired away at the San Francisco 49ers and kept firing away. By kickoff, he loaded up $175,000 on the 49ers. However, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Niners 31-20 to win Super Bowl 54 and Tex Dolly coughed up $175K. [...] Read more…
  17. News2020 WPT Winter Borgata Poker Open: Veerab Zakarian chip leader at final table The 2020 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open, hosted at the swanky Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, NJ, played down to its final table after starting with 1,290 runners. The final six resumes action in Las Vegas at the HyperX eSports Arena on April 1. Veerab Zakarian bagged the chip lead with 12M. The rest of the final table include Brian Altman, James Anderson, Andrew Hanna, Bin Weng, and Nathan Russler. Altman seeks a third WPT title and second in 2020 after winning the WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open a week ago. [...] Read more… Brian Altman at the Borgata
  18. News2020 WSOP: Nine high roller events on schedule including $250K Super High RollerNine high roller events ranging from $25,000 to $250,000 will be on the 2020 WSOP schedule this summer at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. The WSOP added a $250,000 Super High Roller to go alongside the $100,000 High Rollers. There's four $50K events including the Poker Players Championship and a trio of $25K events including the Heads-Up Championship. [...] Read more…
  19. News2020 WSOP: 17 new events added including Freezeout Series and $250K Super High RollerThe World Series of Poker announced 17 new events to the 2020 WSOP schedule including the "Freezeout Series" or six single-entry events ranging from $500 to $5,000. Three more High Roller events were added including a $250,000 Super High Roller and $50,000 PLO. There's also the mysterious $1,500 buy-in "Mystery Bounty NL" event, a Mixed 9-Game, and the Heads-Up bracelet will now have a buy-in of $25,000. [...] Read more…
  20. Breaking NewsVincent 'Wonky' Wan wins 2020 Aussie MillionsThe 2020 Aussie Millions Main Event is in the books. Vincent 'Wonky' Wan, a cash-game regular at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, faded a field of 820 runners to win this year's title. First place paid out $1.3 million AUD per terms of a three-way deal with Ngoc Tai Hoang and Gareth Pepper. Erik Seidel finished in fifth place. [...] Read more…
  21. NewsBrian Altman wins WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open, First player to win same event twiceBrian Altman made World Poker Tour history when he became the first player to win the same event twice. Altman shipped the 2015 WPT Lucky Hearts Open at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida and he just took down the 2020 WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open in a history victory. Altman faded a field of 843 players to win $482,636 and a seat into the season-ending Tournament of Champions. [...] Read more… Brian Altman during his 2015 victory at the WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open [Pic: WPT]
  22. NewsGreg Raymer wins fifth Heartland Poker Tour titleFormer WSOP Main Event champ, Greg 'Fossilman' Raymer, took down a record-setting fifth Heartland Poker Tour title with a victory at Ameristar East Chicago. Fossilman faded a field of 520 runners in a $1,650 buy-in event to win $171,411 and his fifth HPT title. [...] Read more…
  23. NewsSamiyel Duzgun wins WSOP Circuit Marrakech for 1.6 Million MADSwitzerland's Samiyel Duzgun won his first WSOP Circuit ring when he took down the 2020 WSOP Circuit Marrakech at the Casino de Marrakech in Morocco. Duzgun defeated Israel's Ayman Jarrar heads up and banked 1.6 million MAD, or approximately $167K USD for the title. [...] Read more…
  24. News2020 Aussie Millions: Farid Jattin wins 25K Challenge for $983,646 AUDFarid Jattin outlasted 169 runners to win the $25K Challenge at the 2020 Aussie Millions hosted at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. Jattin chopped heads up with George Wolff to win $983,646 AUD or approximately $679K USD. The final table also included Steve O'Dwyer, Sam Greenwood, Masato Yokosawa, Jack Sinclair, and Kenny Hallaert. [...] Read more…
  25. NewsWSOP announces 'Value Menu' bracelet events for 2020 WSOPThe World Series of Poker announced a special round of value menu events at the 2020 WSOP that include buy-ins of $1,000 or less. A total of 25 bracelet events will be hosted at the Rio Casino this summer that have a modest and affordable buy-in. A baker's dozen of events, 13 in total, at the 2020 WSOP will have buy-ins $888 or less including the $400 Colossus and numerous $500 buy-in deepstacked bracelet events. [...] Read more…
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