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Thursday, July 24, 2014
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Top-10 observations from Poker Night in America
Casino City's Aaron Todd has been watching "Poker Night in America" and he's had mixed feelings about the show. He likes some of the off-the-felt stuff, but wishes there was more Nolan Dalla.
Mark Newhouse reaches second straight November Nine
Mark Newhouse made his second straight World Series of Poker Main Event final table Monday night.
Back to November: Newhouse won't settle for ninth again
This time around, he’s secured at least $730,725 for himself. But Newhouse won't settle for a ninth-place finish this time around. He wants the $10 million for first.
Main Event needs new identity to attract new players
Casino City's Vin Narayanan believes the World Series of Poker Main Event's aspirational narrative is dead. He proposes a new marketing plan -- one that focuses on the tournament's best qualities.
Martin Jacobson takes Main Event lead after Day 6
Swedish pro Martin Jacobson, with 22.45 million chips, will take the lead into Day 7. Jacobson began the day 14th in chips with 3.925 million but consistently chipped up to the top of the leaderboard.
Patience pays off for Baranowski
Casino City's Dan Podheiser wrote a human-interest story on Dean Baranowski and his wife, Colleen, on Day 1C of the World Series of Poker Main Event. Dean was still in the tournament by Day 5 thanks to patient play and a string of good timing.
Vancouver home game taking over WSOP Main Event
Matt Jarvis finished eighth in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event and won a WSOP bracelet the following year. In 2013, Jason Mann won $285,408 for his 25th-place finish in the Main Event. And on Saturday, Darlene Lee put herself in contention for a deep Main Event run before busting out in 113th place on a crazy, four-way all-in pot.
Mark Newhouse poised to make history at WSOP Main Event
Newhouse grabbed the chip lead Saturday on Day 5 of the World Series of Poker Main Event. If he reaches the final table this year, he'll be the first player to reach consecutive final tables since Dan Harrington did it in 2003 and 2004.
Top-10 off-the-felt highlights from the 2014 Main Event
Casino City's Dan Podheiser lists his 10 favorite moments from the Main Event that didn't happen at the tables.
Main Event Day 4 post-bubble action makes for crazy swings
Phil Ivey was cruising along, but busted shortly after the money bubble. And Brian Hastings jumped from 170,000 to 2 million chips.
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