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Qui Nguyen storms to the WSOP Main Event chip lead during a night of November Nine surprises
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.
World Series of Poker Main Event final table profile: Gordon Vayo
For Gordon Vayo, who has been playing poker professionally since age 17, life without the game seems impossible to imagine. Now with a chance to win the World Series of Poker Main Event, Vayo discusses how he got hooked, why he's still bitter about being expelled from high school, and the inherent nerdiness of poker.
Top 10 takeaways from the 2016 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas
Casino City's Gary Trask returns from the 2016 Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas and has 10 observations that all signify a positive outlook for the evolutionary casino/gaming industry.
WSOP Main Event plays down to the 'November Nine' final table
The World Series of Poker Main Event final table will feature players from five nations, including chip leader Cliff Josephy, a 51-year-old from New York. The players return to Las Vegas on Oct. 30 to battle for more than $25 million in prize money in front of a live television audience on ESPN, with $8 million going to the winner.
Jerry Wong is the chip leader at WSOP Main Event entering Sunday's Day 6
Day 5 of the 2016 Main Event is in the books with just 80 players remaining from the 251 that started the day. Jerry Wong has a stack of 11,555,000, followed by Jan Suchanek, who sits in second with 10,305,000.
Bryan Piccioli leads the final 251 players in the WSOP Main Event
Just 251 players remained in contention for poker's most illustrious prize heading into Saturday's Day 5. Leading the field was bracelet winner Bryan Piccioli, who bagged a stack of more than four million chips.
WSOP bracelet-hunting with poker icons Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu
What do two poker icons do after getting bounced from the World Series of Poker Main Event? They keep hunting for another gold bracelet, even if it's painful to do so.
WSOP Main Event money bubble: The most dramatic moment in poker
Casino City's Gary Trask describes Thursday night's suspenseful dramatics leading up to the World Series of Poker Main Event's money bubble, as more than a thousand players faced a $15,000 swing.
Former WSOP champ Annette Obrestad has a new perspective on life as a poker pro
She's still the youngest player to win a World Series of Poker bracelet and the only woman to capture a Main Event, but "Annette_15" has a dramatically new outlook on her career as a poker pro since her defining victory in Europe almost nine years ago.
WSOP tournament director delivers daily energy to the Rio
World Series of Poker Tournament Director Jack Effel reflects on the last seven weeks at the Rio, and explains what format changes were most successful and how he handles the daily grind of running the biggest poker tournament in the world.
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