The November Nine Is No More
The World Series of Poker will ditch the November Nine format that had final table players competing months after the main tournament.
Live poker events
Adrian Mateos emerged victorious from a field of 64 over the weekend when he won the PSC Monte Carlo €50,000 buy-in Single Day High Roller tournament.
It was a slow war of attrition as pro after pro dropped out leaving Imad Derwiche heads-up with Sampo Ryynanen and fellow Frenchman Sylvain Loosli.
Bryn Kenney topped a sizable field of 61 entries to win the title and the top prize of €1,784,500 ($1,944,302 USD).
The diminutive Argentinian Maria Lampropoulos has just made history by taking down the £1million ($1.28 million) first prize at the Party Poker Millions event.
The inaugural PSC Macau was a rousing success that saw Canadian poker pro Elliot Smith come out on top in the Main Event to win $2,877,500 HKD.
The first ever €111,111 One Drop High Roller to be played in Europe is selling out fast as more than half the seats have already been filled.
This week, PokerStars announced the first half of their new 2017 schedule and their promises look set to be fulfilled...
Poker has evolved into not only a complex game of skill, but also one of the most popular pastimes ever, with over 100 million players around the world.