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Saturday, August 8, 2020
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O'Dea wins first WSOP bracelet
The $400 Pot Limit Omaha event created a field of 2,005 entries and prize pool of $753,880, which Eoghan "DrRoche" O'Dea earned the biggest slice worth $100,945 after defeating Nital "4TheAnimals" Jethalal in heads-up.
Camosci claims WSOP $2,100 Bounty Championship
Entering the final table as the chip leader, Enrico "GTOExploiter" Camosci knocked out three of the finalists and has earned his maiden WSOP gold bracelet along with $327,319.
Miracle Flights' online poker tournament starts tomorrow
One winner will walk away with a grand-prize getaway for two to Waikiki Beach, including round-trip airfare to Honolulu and a four-night stay at the Aston Waikiki, redeemable through June 2021.
New poker tournament at SAHARA Las Vegas
The weekly Saturday No-Limit Hold'em tournament features a $120 buy-in and a $100 single rebuy offered until the beginning of the seventh level. Participants must be 21 or over and have a Club 52 card.
Top 10 moments in poker history
It took many years and significant events for poker to really explode, and today we break down 10 of the most interesting facts that you should know about if you love the game.
WSOP $500 Turbo Deepstack No Limit Hold'em win for Burneikis
At the final table of this event, he overcame some experienced opposition like Boris Kolev, Jeff Cormier, Ezequiel Waigel, Guillaume Nolet and Jimmy Guerrero.
WSOP Short Deck event goes to Teoh
Malaysia's Paul Teoh won his first WSOP event and $88,202 after his last final cash came in a short-deck event as well in 2019 at the World Series of Poker Europe.
WSOP No-Limit Hold'em Championship goes to "2Rivers"
The 2,126-entry field resulted in a $2,019,700 prize pool with the first-place prize of $310,831 being claimed by "2Rivers".
Oksana Baiul joins celebrity line-up for online charity poker tournament
The 1994 Olympic Gold Champion will compete in tournament that will benefit Miracle Flights, the nation's leading medical flight charity, on 5 August.
Lessin wins WSOP Senior event
The $500 No-Limit Hold'em Senior's Event attracted 541 players with Jonathan "SugarJ" Lessin of Long Branch, New Jersey walking away with the bracelet and $64,411.20.
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