Line-up including Phil Ivey, Sam Tricket, John Juanda and Erik Seidel.

EPISODE 1/3: The massive buy-in Macau High Stakes Challenge ( $260,000 USD) got under way on Friday August 31st 2012. It was a spectacle for the ages and the first huge televised event in Macau.

The Prizepool totaled a whopping US$23,511,000!

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Jeff Madsen - Back to winning ways

Jeff Madsen - Back to winning ways

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<p>Interview with Jeff Madsen at the latest WPT event. From BLUFF magazine.</p>

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Greg Merson reflects on Joe Hachem Statement

Greg Merson reflects on Joe Hachem Statement

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<p>Greg Merson reflects on the recent statement by Joe Hachem that poker must become more entertaining and is currently too boring for recreational players.</p>

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Hypers Hand History Reviews Part IV by zZzTILT

Hypers Hand History Reviews Part IV by zZzTILT

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<p>This, the fourth segment from http://www.husng.com coach and video producer zZzTILT's newest series of hand history reviews, has nine more hands. In this series, zZzTILT reviews hyper turbo hands played at the $15 to $60 levels that he received from a variety of different players.</p>

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Phil Hellmuth on Greg Merson, Poker Players Council

Phil Hellmuth on Greg Merson, Poker Players Council

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<p>Interview with Phil Hellmuth as he discusses his friendship with Greg Merson and the future of the players council.</p>

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  • Avatar of ungarsback
    The Pro's must be licking their lips over there.
  • Avatar of JamiePT
    Maybe not the most disciplined poker, but wow what a spectacle!
  • Avatar of ungarsback
    Grubb smith is a terrible commentator, misses loads and states the obvious.
  • Avatar of mddrfkkr
    Yes, show the leaderboard where Gus has 629.000 and then have him shove all-in for 113.000 the very next hand. The editing on these is so awful.