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Wednesday, October 07, 2015
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ESPN WSOP Main Event Recap: Episodes VII, VIII
Fedor Holz, Daniel Negreanu and Neil Blumenfield dominated the late Day 5 TV coverage of the 2015 WSOP Main Event.
ESPN WSOP Main Event Recap: Episodes V and VI
This week's World Series of Poker Main Event coverage of Day 5 on ESPN featured some great hands, interesting banter, and a surprise MVP.
November Niner Max Steinberg comes back to the felt after finding success on DFS
After spending most of his time over the last 18 months focusing on daily fantasy sports, Steinberg finds himself in among the final nine players at the World Series of Poker's Main Event.
Top 10 storylines to follow during WSOP Europe
From two players vying for their third bracelet of 2015 to an interesting race for the Player of the Year, the World Series of Poker Europe promises to have several intriguing storylines to follow when it begins next week.
2015 WSOP Main Event November Nine Profile: Federico Butteroni
Italy's Federico Butteroni improbable run to the World Series of Poker Main Event final table would not have been possible if not for a jaunt to Australia that included a profitable run at the poker table, as well as working as a dishwasher and on a watermelon farm.
Top 10 moments from Phil Hellmuth's Reddit AMA
The Poker Brat did not disappoint in his Reddit AMA on Thursday night. Phil Hellmuth was in true character, doing everything from name dropping his celebrity friends to ignoring a question to plug his latest magazine interview.
2015 WSOP Main Event November Nine Profile: Neil Blumenfield
Laid off from his job days before the start of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, Neil Blumenfield's run to the final table of came at a fortuitous time. Now, the 61-year-old is hoping to make history in November as the prestigious event's oldest bracelet winner.
Russian government officials signal shift in online poker stance, may move towards regulation
Reports indicate that Russian authorities have agreed to reclassify poker as a game of skill, and to regulate online poker as a way to bring in tax revenue to be used to fund the state's sporting ventures.
Top 10 favorite poker rooms I've ever played in
Casino City's Dan Podheiser has played poker in 16 different casinos in eight different states and two different countries. In this column, he details his 10 favorites.
Top 10 qualities every poker room should have
Casino City's Dan Podheiser has played in his fair share of poker rooms. In this column, he lays out the top 10 qualities a perfect poker room should strive to have.
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