Shaun Deeb’s Multi-Table Mayhem At The WSOP
Shaun Deeb was looking to make history by taking down two bracelets at once. And he came terrifyingly close to doing it.
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Volpe had to overcome the skill and experience of three-time WSOP champ Eli Elezra, four-time bracelet winner Robert Mizrachi and Viacheslav Zhukov
Nick Petrangelo has won the inaugural running of the WSOP $100k NLH event, defeating a field of 105 total entries.
Online poker’s all-time greatest tournament crusher Chris Moorman once again proved he has what it takes to win in the live sphere.
Justin Bonomo is in the middle of his own personal and very lucrative Groundhog Day after taking down yet another Aria $25k High Roller.
He hasn’t even had time to bank his $5milion check from winning the SHRB a few days ago and Justin Bonomo is back in the winner’s circle yet again.
The Rio opened the doors to the Amazon Room at 09:00 on the 29th May 2018 for the 49th annual World Series of Poker.
Phil Hellmuth turned up two hours late for the SHRB last night, burned through half his $300k buy-in within minutes and bust out of the event on the first day.
Guess who’s back? Back in town… it’s Phil Ivey, taking up a late seat in the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl.
Jason Koon was the last man standing after an exceptional turnout of 103 entries plunked down $1,000,000 HKD ($128,000 USD) in the final event.
The Triton Titan just keeps trucking this week with another massive win at the Super High Roller Series in sunny Montenegro.
Billionaire hedge-fund trader Bill Perkins became the 50th player to put up the £1,050,000 buy-in
Casino Barcelona has announced it has further strengthened its partnership with PokerStars, with the sponsorship of the casino’s CEP.