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  1. NewsChris Moneymaker and David Oppenheim inducted into 2019 Poker Hall of FameThe 2019 World Series of Poker announced the newest class of inductees into the Hall of Fame. Chris Moneymaker and David Oppenheim got nods this year. They were the only two recognized on a ballot of ten possible candidates that also included Antonio Esfandiari, Huck Seed, David Chiu, Eli Elezra, Jesus Ferguson, Ted Forrest, and Mike Matusow. [...] Read more…
  2. Breaking NewsGermany's Hossein Ensan wins 2019 WSOP Main Event and $10 millionThe 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event Championship concluded at the Rio Casino when Germany's Hossein Ensan defeated Italy's Dario Sammartino heads up to win $10,000,000 and the coveted Main Event bracelet. Three players began Day 10 with Ensan holding a sizable lead. Canada's Alex Livingston busted in third place for a $4 million score. After 101 hands of heads-up action, Sammartino banked $6 million for a runner-up consolation prize. Ensan became the oldest Main Event Champ since Noel Furlong in 1999. [...] Read more… Hossein Ensan (Pic courtesy of Benjo/Winamax)
  3. News2019 WSOP Main Event: Hossein Ensan leads final three with 326MThe 2019 WSOP Main Event continued with Day 9 action that saw the returning five players play down to the final three. Germany's Hossein Ensan began the day with the big stack and by the end of Day 9, he retained the lead with 375M. On Day 9, Chicago Cubs superfan Kevin Maahs busted in fifth place and Garry Gates got picked off in fourth place. Alex Livingston is second in chips, while Italian pro Dario Sammartino is the short stack. They return on Tuesday to play down to a champion. [...] Read more… Pic courtesy of Winamax
  4. News2019 WSOP Main Event: Hossein Ensan leads with 5 to goThe 2019 WSOP Main Event final table played down from nine to five players on the first of three days of action. Two players busted in the first 11 hands and four players were eliminated overall including Zhen Cai, Nick Marchington, Tim Su, and Milos Skrbic. At the end of Day 8, Hossein Ensan continued to hold the lead with 207.7 million, while Garry Gates was not far behind with 171.7 million. [...] Read more…
  5. News2019 WSOP: Keith Tiltson wins 100K High Roller; Negreanu 2ndDaniel Negreanu cashed in his 15th event this summer and advanced to his fourth final table, but he fell short in his quest for bracelet #7 when Keith Tiltson defeated him heads up to win 2019 WSOP Event #83 $100,000 High Roller for a sensational score worth $2,792,406. Tiltson made a pair of final tables in the final week of the 2019 WSOP with a sixth place finish a couple days earlier in the FINAL FIFTY. Meanwhile, Negreanu launched a late assault on the WSOP Player of the Year race. [...] Read more…
  6. Breaking News2019 WSOP: Germany's Hossein Ensan leads final table with 9 remainingAfter a lengthy Day 7, the final table for the 2019 WSOP Main Event Championship is set. Only 35 players began Day 7 and when it ended, nine players were still alive and in the hunt for $10 million. Germany's Hossein Ensan bagged up the lead with 177M. Also advancing to the final table are... Garry Gates, Zhen Cai, Kevin Maahs, Alex Livingston, Dario Sammartino, Milos Skrbic, Timothy Su, and Nick Marchington. Action resumes on Sunday. [...] Read more… The Main Event final table (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  7. News2019 WSOP Main Event: Nicholas Marchington leads final 35 on Day 6On Day 6 of the 2019 WSOP Main Event Championship, they played down from 106 to 35 players. When play ended, Nicholas Marchington bagged up the lead with 39.8 million. Rounding out the top five are Tim Su, Milos Skrbic, Henry Lu, and Garry Gates. Among the notables who busted on Day 6 were Same Greenwood, Chris Hunichen, Lars Bonding, Alex Winter, Romain Lewis, Jake Schindler, Dan Hachem, Antonio Esfandiari, and Jeff Madsen. [...] Read more… Tim Su (Courtesy of Winamax)
  8. News2019 WSOP: Main Event down to 106, Tim Su leader at end Day 5The 2019 WSOP Main Event played down to 106 entrants on Day 5. Tim Su bagged the chip lead with 19.2 million. Also still alive are Sam Greenwood, Antonio Esfandiari, Romain Lewis, Chad Power, and Chris Hunichen. Among the notables to bust on Day 5 were Andrew Brokos, Chainsaw Kessler, Danielle Anderson, former NFL player Richard Seymour, Chance Kornuth, Adam Friedman, Galen Hall, Todd Brunson and Todd Wittles. [...] Read more… Romain Lewis (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  9. News2019 WSOP: Money bubble bursts, Defending champ Cynn bustoThe 2019 WSOP Main Event continued with the first time the entire field condensed into one. Day 3 commenced with 2,880 remaining and fewer than 1,300 getting paid. The money bubble snuck into play late last night and actually burst. Only 1,286 players remain. Everyone who returns for Day 4 locked up a min-cash worth $15,000. Norway's Preben Stokkan bagged and tagged the big stack with 2.18 million even though he was down to chip and a chair at one point. Andrew Brokos chipped up to 1.9M. [...] Read more… Bubble Boy Ryan Pochedly (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  10. News2019 WSOP: $10M to Main Event champ and 2,880 remain in second-biggest field everThe 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event allowed late registration up to the start of Day 2 (ABC) and 444 runners took advantage of the extended time. A total of 8,569 are in this year's field, which marks the second highest of all time. The 2019 champion will bank $10 million with all final table players winning at least $1 million. Only 2,880 players advanced to Day 3 with Julian Milliard sitting on the big stack with 948K. [...] Read more… 2018 Champ John Cynn (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  11. News2019 WSOP Main Event: Earthquakes, Naked Guys, and Second Largest Field in HistoryThe 2019 WSOP Main Event hit its second day of action and thus far the total is 8,225 runners and counting. Late registration is still open until Day 2C. The combined Day 1A and Day 1B flights competed into Day 2AB and when the dust settled, only 1,100 or so players remained. Tim Sui bagged the lead with 791K and counting. Of course, Day 2AB was rather boring compared to Day 1C, which was punctuated with a 7.1 earthquake that sent players scattering for cover and a naked guy that went viral. [...] Read more… Qui Nguyen and Jimmy Kebe playing on Day 2AB at the Rio. (Pic courtesy of Winamax)
  12. News2019 WSOP: Chainsaw Kessler with a big stack after Main Event Day 1B The 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event continued with Day 1B action on the Fourth of July holiday. A total of 1,915 runners took part in the second of three opening flights. At the end of the night, only 1,417 players survived Day 1B and live on to fight in Day 2. British pro Adam Owen bagged up the big stack with nearly 352K. Chainsaw Kessler bagged up 301,800, which was good for fifth overall. John Hesp, one of the more popular players from last year's Main Event final table, busted on Day 1B. [...] Read more… Pic courtesy of Winamax
  13. News2019 WSOP: Juha Helppi wins 10K Limit bracelet, Joao Vieira wins 5K NL blingAnother blast from the past won a bracelet at the 2019 WSOP in Las Vegas. This time, Finnish pro Juha Helppi emerged victorious after outlasting a field of 118 runners in Event #72 $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship. He banked $306,622 for the win. Meanwhile, Joao Vieria from Portugal won Event #70 $5,000 NL 6-max and outlasted 815 players for his first bracelet and a sick payout worth $758,011. [...] Read more…
  14. News 2019 WSOP: Big Day 1A at Main Event, Jeremy Saderne wins Mini MainThe 2019 World Series of Poker continued with the start of the $10,000 buy-in Main Event Championship. This year's Day 1A is one of the biggest in recent memory with an 44% uptick from last year with 1,336 entries. 2013 bracelet winner Bryan Campanello bagged up the Day 1A chip lead with 417,500. Meanwhile, Frenchman Jeremy Saderne won his first bracelet with a victory in WSOP Event #69 $1,000 Mini Main Event. Saderne banked $628,654. [...] Read more… Pic by WInamax
  15. News2019 WSOP: Robert Campbell wins 10K Stud 8, First double-bracelet winner this summerAustralian pro Robert Campbell won his second bracelet at the 2019 World Series of Poker to become the first and only player with multiple bracelet victories in 2019. Campbell moved into first place in the WSOP POY Race ahead of Dan Zack with a victory in Event #67 $10,000 Stud 8 Championship. He outlasted a small field of 151 runners to bank $385,763. [...] Read more…
  16. News2019 WSOP: David 'ODB' Baker wins second bracelet with LHE scoreDavid 'ODB' Baker outlasted a field of 541 runners to win 2019 WSOP Event #64 $1,500 Limit Hold'em. His final table included Greg FBT Mueller and Jesus Ferguson. ODB banked $161,139 and moved over $3M in career WSOP earnings. Also, over in Event #68, Nicky 'Illari' Baris won the bracelet in the $1,000 NL ONLINE CHAMPIONSHIP and a first-place prize worth $303,738.75. He also prevented Jesus Ferguson from winning a bracelet and denied David 'Bakes' Baker another title. [...] Read more…
  17. News2019 WSOP: Nick Schulman ships 10K PLO8 and third braceletNick Schulman defeated Brian Hastings heads up to win the 2019 WSOP Event #65 $10,000 PLO 8 Championship for a score worth $463,670. Schulman won his third bracelet and denied Hastings a fifth piece of bling. Meanwhile, Anatolii Zyrin won the Event #63 $1,5000 Omaha Mix for $199,838. [...] Read more…
  18. News2019 WSOP: Sejin Park wins Colossus and Scott Seiver Ships 10K RazzSejin Park outlasted 13,109 runners to win Event #61 $400 COLOSSUS for a score worth $451,272. He became the second player from South Korea to win a bracelet this year. Scott Seiver won Event #62 $10,000 Razz Championship for his third bracelet. He outlasted 116 players and won $301,421. [...] Read more…
  19. News2019 WSOP: Philip Hui wins $50K Poker Players Championship, Anthony Zinno wins PLO8 blingPhilip Hui faded a field of 74 runners to win the 2019 WSOP $50,000 Poker Players Championship after he outlasted a tough final table and defeated Josh Arieh heads-up for the victory. Hui banked $1,099,311 for first place and he earned his second career bracelet. Meanwhile, Anthony Zinno won his second bracelet with a victory in Event #60 $1,500 PLO8 for a score worth $279,920. [...] Read more…
  20. News2019 WSOP: Josh Arieh Leads $50K Poker Players Championship final tableAnd then there were six remaining in the 2019 WSOP Poker Players Championship. Phil Ivey was the big stack at the end of Day 2 and Day 3 in the 50K PPC. However, on Day 4 Ivey met his fate in 8th place. David Oppenheim bubbled the final table that includes big stack Josh Arieh, Bryce Yockey, Phil Hui, John Esposito, Shaun Deeb, and Dan Cates. First place pays out $1.1 million on Friday. [...] Read more… Pic by Winamax
  21. News2019 WSOP: Kainalu McCue-Unciano wins MONSTER Stack for $1M, Ivey Leads 50K PPC with 12 to goThe 2019 50K Players Championship is down to 12 players and Phil Ivey is the chi pleader. He held the big stack at the end of Day 2 and he's got the big stack at the end of Day 3. Over in 2019 WSOP Event #50 $1,5000 MONSTER STACK, Kainalu McCue-Unciano outlasted a massive field of 6,035 runners to win a cool million and his first bracelet. [...] Read more…
  22. News2019 WSOP: Dash Dudley, Kevin Gerhart, and Santiago Soriano win first braceletsThree more first-time winners won bracelets at the 2019 WSOP. Dash Dudley took down Event #52 $10,000 PLO 8-Handed for his first bracelet and $1,086,967. Spain's Santiago Soriano won his first bracelet with a victory in Event #53 $800 NL Deepstack. Over in the Razz craziness, Kevin Gerhart was the last player standing in Event #54 $1,500 Razz to win his first bling. [...] Read more…
  23. News2019 WSOP: Jonas Lauck wins first braceletGerman pro Jonas Lauck finally won his first bracelet with a victory in 2019 WSOP Event #56 $1,500 NL Super Turbo Bounty. Lauck also banked $260,333. Yuri Dzivielevski took down Event #51 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8 for $213,750. Jason 'TheBigGift' Gooch won his first bracelet with a victory in Event #55 ONLINE $1,000 Doublestack NL. [...] Read more…
  24. News2019 WSOP: Luke Schwartz, Ari Engel, and Stephen Chidwick win first braceletsAnother wild weekend at the 2019 WSOP. Korea's Jiyoung Kim outlasted a field of 968 runners to win Event #47 $1,000 NL Ladies. British pro Luke Schwartz won his first bracelet with a victory in Event #49 $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball. Fellow Brit Stephen Chidwick took down Event #25 $25,000 PLO High Roller for a $1.6 million score and his first bracelet. Not to be outdone, Ari Engel shipped his first bracelet with a victory in Event #48 $2,500 NL. Engel banked $427,399 for fading a field of 996 runners. Israel's Asi Moshe won his third bracelet with a victory in Event #44 $1,500 NL Bounty. Loren Klein also won bracelets in four consecutive years. [...] Read more…
  25. News2019 WSOP: Daniel Negreanu denied 7th bracelet, Johnny 'World' Hennigan wins 10K Stud2019 WSOP Event #41 $10,000 Seven-Card Stud attracted 88 runners in a stacked field. The final table included numerous multiple bracelet winners including Johnny World Hennigan, Frank Kassela, David ODB Baker, Daniel Negreanu, and David Singer. Negreanu was seeking to win his seventh bracelet, but got denied by Johnny 'World' Hennigan. Johnny World won the 10K Stud and shipped his sixth career bracelet. [...] Read more…
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