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Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Top 10 things to keep an eye on at the WSOP Main Event final table
Casino City's Vin Narayanan points out 10 things to watch out for as we wait for the final table event in November.
Negreanu falls short of WSOP Main Event final table
For the second time in his career, Daniel Negreanu finished 11th at the World Series of Poker Main Event. Negreanu was eliminated by the tournament's chip leader, Joe McKeehen, McKeehen will attempt to win the Main Event in November when final table play resumes.
Day 6 of the WSOP Main Event shows a shift in the meaning of 'social'
Casino City's Vin Narayanan looks at poker's evolution as a "social game" as he recaps the events of Day 6 at the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Prize money doesn't dull the pain at the WSOP Main Event
The 69 players remaining in the World Series of Poker Main Event left the Amazon Room happy Sunday night. The 168 players who busted out of the Main Event Sunday discovered there's no such thing as an ideal exit from poker's top tournament.
You get 1 million chips, you get 1 million chips, everyone gets 1 million chips
When Day 3 of the WSOP Main Event ended, only three people had more than 1 million in chips. When Day 4 of the WSOP Main Event ended, it felt like Oprah was handing out chips to players, with 73 players holding at least 1 million in chips.
Conoley follows in Baranowski's footsteps, notches first Main Event cash
In 2014, Dallas-area chiropractor Dean Baranowski made a deep run in the World Series of Poker Main Event. This year, Baranowski is on the rail as his home game buddy, Kenny Conoley, chips up the leaderboard.
Money bubble gets a Hollywood ending at the WSOP Main Event
Day 3 of the WSOP Main Event saw the money bubble burst and three players crack the 1 million chip mark. But it was a Hollywood writer who delivered the best ending.
One on one with WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel
Jack Effel sat down with Casino City to discuss the planning process for the World Series of Poker, controversies during this year's events and how he handles player feedback.
Varnell continues hot streak to finish Day 2C among chip leaders
Colorado-based poker pro Craig Varnell has made two final tables in the past week, including a $330,000 win in the WPT500 Aria tournament. On Thursday, he continued his heater, chipping up near the top of the leaderboards on Day 2C of the WSOP Main Event.
Anand leads, Hastings builds big stack at end of Day 2AB
Amar Anand finished Wednesday night's play with 100,000 chips more than anyone else in the field. Meanwhile, Brian Hastings is in great position to take down his third WSOP bracelet of the summer.
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