Poker News
Sunday, November 19, 2017
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Maryland poker dealer wins WSOP Casino Employees Event
6/2/2017
Bryan Hollis defeated a field of 651 players to win $68,817 and a gold bracelet in his first career tournament cash.
Top 10 ways to become a better poker player
5/30/2017
Becoming a better poker player is possible, says poker pro Tadas Peckaitis, and here are the top 10 ways to start improving your game.
PokerStars delivers over $12.5 million in eight weeks
5/25/2017
During the PokerStars Makes Millionaires promotion, the online casino handed out millions to eleven players, bringing the total number of millionaires minted to 208.
PokerStars to host biggest day in online poker history
5/19/2017
With 1,275 tournaments and a total guaranteed prize pool of over $28 million, the Spring Championship of Online Poker will give two players the chance to become millionaires on 21 May.
Top 10 things we'll miss about the WSOP November Nine
5/18/2017
The poker community rejoiced earlier this week when the WSOP announced the end of the November Nine Era, but not Casino City's Gary Trask. Here are 10 things he will miss about the Main Event format that called for a three-month delay before the final table was played.
WSOP announces 2017/2018 U.S. circuit schedule
5/17/2017
The tour has scheduled a record 26 stops for its fourteenth season and will begin on 2 August at Harrah's Cherokee in North Carolina.
WSOP eliminates November Nine concept; will crown Main Event winner in July
5/15/2017
The World Series of Poker has agreed to a new TV deal with Poker Central and ESPN that dramatically changes the format of the Main Event, with the final table being decided in July rather than November.
Top 10 most common poker mistakes
4/10/2017
Poker pro, author and coach Tadas Peckaitis points out some blunders you may be making at the poker table, and offers tips and tricks to help you avoid them going forward.
WSOP Main Event heads-up match delivers giant contrast in styles and plenty of fireworks
11/2/2016
Qui Nguyen and Gordon Vayo couldn't be more different when it comes to playing style and personality, which led to an entertaining and compelling heads-up confrontation at the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event.
Qui Nguyen storms to the WSOP Main Event chip lead during a night of November Nine surprises
10/31/2016
Although he entered the first night of the November Nine with the second-biggest chip stack, Qui Nguyen wasn't given much of a chance to prevail at the World Series of Poker Main Event final table. That changed rather quickly on Sunday night and now the Las Vegas gambler holds a massive chip lead.
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