The World Series of Poker (364 Articles)



Chris Moneymaker. Greg Raymer. Jamie Gold. These are just some of the people that have become famous by winning the World Series of Poker main event. The World Series of Poker is the biggest poker tournament in the world, and is played by thousands of people every year, from all sorts of different countries. Any piece of news relating to the World Series of Poker will be contained in this section.

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Daniel Negreanu Finishes in Sixth Place at 2015 WSOP National Championship

Daniel Negreanu finished in sixth place at the WSOP National Championship, taking home over $60000 in the process.

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"November Nine" Final Table Set

The 2015 November Nine final table has now been set, with Joe McKeehen taking a massive chip lead with him into the final table in November.

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18 Left in World Series of Poker Main Event; Daniel Negreanu Still Alive

There are currently 18 players left in the World Series of Poker main event, one of which is all-time tournament money leader, Daniel Negreanu.

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117 Players Left in World Series of Poker Main Event; Hastings, Negreanu and Bonomo Still Alive

Joseph McKeehen currently leads the World Series of Poker main event approximately 117 players left. Daniel Negreanu is also still alive in the event.

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Brian Hastings One of World Series of Poker Main Event's Chip Leaders Halfway Through Day 3

Brian Hastings, who has had a very eventful summer, is one of the chip leaders in the World Series of Poker main event.

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6,420 Entrants For World Series of Poker Main Event, $60,348,000 in Prize Pool

A total of 6,420 entrants turned out for this year's World Series of Poker main event, creating the 8th largest main event field on record.

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741 Players Turn Out For Day 1A of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event

741 players turned out for Day 1A of the 2015 World Series of Poker main event, which was slightly below last year's Day 1A total.

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Eli Elezra Looking For His Second Bracelet of the Summer in $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship

Eli Elezra is currently the chip leader of the 10k HORSE event with just 16 players remaining - can Eli win his second bracelet of the summer?

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Jamie Gold Resurfaces, Takes 5th Place in Event #59 of World Series of Poker

Jamie Gold, winner of the 2006 WSOP main event, resurfaced this week after finishing in 5th place in Event #59 for over 120k.

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Phil Ivey Returns to Las Vegas, Enters $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP Event

Phil Ivey has returned to Las Vegas and is playing in his first event of the series - the $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP event.

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Mike Gorodinsky Wins $50,000 Poker Players Championship

Mike Gorodinsky defeated Jean-Robert Bellande during heads-up play to take down the $50,000 Poker Players Championship on Thursday evening for over a million dollars.

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Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi in Hunt For His Third Poker Players Championship Bracelet

Michael Mizrachi is currently in contention to win his third Poker Players Championship at the 2015 World Series of Poker.

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Jeff Madsen Wins The Fourth World Series of Poker Bracelet of His Career

Jeff Madsen won the fourth World Series of Poker bracelet of his career on Tuesday night after taking down the $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better event for $301,413.

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Phil Galfond Wins His Second WSOP Bracelet

Phil Galfond won the second World Series of Poker bracelet of his career earlier tonight after taking down the No Limit 2-7 Lowball event.

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Brian Hastings Wins His Second World Series of Poker Bracelet in $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Championship

Brian Hastings took down the $10k Seven Card Stud Championship earlier tonight to claim his second WSOP Bracelet.

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Daniel Alaei Wins His Fifth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Earlier this week, Daniel Alaei became the 5th youngest player to win five World Series of Poker bracelets after taking down a $10k Omaha Hi/Lo event.

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Phil Hellmuth Wins His 14th World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth captured the 14th World Series of Poker bracelet of his career on Monday night after taking down the $10,000 Razz event.

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Shaun Deeb Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Shaun Deeb won the first World Series of Poker bracelet of his career on Saturday night after taking down the $10,000 Pot Limit Hold'em event.

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Phil Ivey In Macau, Expected To Arrive at World Series of Poker in Second Half of June

Phil Ivey is reportedly in Macau right now and is planning on making his first WSOP appearance later in the month.

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Tuan Le Goes Back-to-Back in $10,000 Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) Championship

Tuan Le reintroduced himself to the masses today after successfully defending his $10k Triple Draw Lowball Championship against a very tough field.

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22,374 Entries For World Series of Poker "Colossus" Event

The inaugural Colossus event at the World Series of Poker ended up drawing a total of 22,374 entries, easily smashing the record for largest ever live poker tournament.

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Michael Wang Wins First Open Event of WSOP; Stampede of Players For "Colossus" Event

Michael Wang wins the first open event of the World Series of Poker and the Colossus is drawing massive numbers.

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2015 World Series of Poker Now Just Two Weeks Away

The World Series of Poker hosted a conference call earlier today to help hype the upcoming World Series of Poker event.

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2015 World Series of Poker Schedule Released

The schedule for the 2015 World Series of Poker, which will feature a total of 68 bracelet events, was released earlier this week.

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World Series of Poker Changes Main Event Payouts For 2015

The World Series of Poker announced earlier this week that they have changed the payout structure for the 2015 main event in order to appeal to casual players.

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2015 World Series of Poker To Run From May 27th to July 14th

The World Series of Poker released the dates for the 2015 WSOP earlier today - there is a new event on the schedule which is dubbed, the Colossus.

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Martin Jacobson: The $10 Million Man

Martin Jacobson outlasted 6,682 other players to take down the 2014 World Series of Poker main event on Tuesday evening.

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Down To Three in World Series of Poker Main Event

Three men are remaining in the 2014 World Series of Poker main event - who will end up coming out on top?

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Daniel Negreanu, Jack McClelland Inducted Into Poker Hall of Fame

A couple of emotional speeches highlighted the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Las Vegas last evening.

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Jorryt van Hoof 57/20 To Win World Series of Poker Main Event

Jorryt van Hoof is currently the odds-on favourite to win the 2014 World Series of Poker main event, thanks to his tournament leading stack.

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George Danzer Wins His Third Bracelet of 2014

George Danzer won his third World Series of Poker bracelet of the year earlier this week and now joins some very exclusive company.

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Phil Hellmuth Looking For Bracelet #14 on Saturday

Phil Hellmuth will be looking to score the 14th bracelet of his career when he takes part in his 52nd WSOP final table in Australia on Saturday.

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Daniel Negreanu Headlines 2014 Poker Hall of Fame Finalist List

The list of the ten finalists for induction into the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame class was released by the World Series of Poker earlier today.

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2014 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Betting Odds Now Available

Betting odds are now available for the World Series of Poker final table, which is set to get underway in mid-November.

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2014 World Series of Poker "November Nine" Is Now Set

The World Series of Poker November Nine final table has now been set, with Mark Newhouse making his second final table in a row.

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Mark Newhouse Looking To Make Back-to-Back WSOP Main Event Final Tables

Mark Newhouse is still alive in the World Series of Poker main event and stands a chance of making two main event final tables in a row.

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Money Bubble Bursts In World Series of Poker Main Event

The money bubble at the 2014 World Series of Poker main event burst a short while ago, which means that all of the remaining players are now in the money.

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Phil Ivey Off To Strong Start in World Series of Poker Main Event

Phil Ivey is off to a very strong start in the World Series of Poker main event, and that is bad news for the rest of the field.

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6,683

6,683 players turned out for this year's World Series of Poker main event, creating the fifth largest field in the history of the event.

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771 Players Turn Out For Day 1a of World Series of Poker Main Event

Day 1a of the 2014 World Series of Poker ended up drawing a total of 771 players, which was down from 943 last year.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Begins This Weekend

The 2014 World Series of Poker main event officially gets underway on Saturday afternoon with Day 1A.

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Daniel "mrgr33n13" Colman Wins BIG ONE For ONE DROP

Daniel Colman, aka mrgr33n13, took down the $1,000,000 BIG ONE For ONE DROP event earlier tonight for over $15 million.

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BIG ONE For ONE DROP: $15,306,668 To Winner

The winner of this year's BIG ONE For ONE DROP will walk away with over $15 million after 42 people turned out for the event.

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$1,000,000 BIG ONE For ONE DROP Officially Gets Underway

The $1 million Big One For One Drop just got underway at the World Series of Poker - who will take down this monumental event?

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Phil Ivey Wins His 10th World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Ivey took down his 10th World Series of Poker bracelet on Friday night in the $1,500 Eight-Game Mix event.

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2014-15 WSOP Circuit Tour Schedule Released

The World Series of Poker released the schedule for the 2014-15 WSOP Circuit Tour via their website earlier today.

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Robert Mizrachi Wins Inaugural WSOP Dealer's Choice Event

Robert Mizrachi took down his second career WSOP Bracelet in the $1,500 Dealer's Choice event earlier this weekend.

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George Danzer Continues His Incredible Summer With Win In $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Championship

George Danzer continued his torrid run in the World Series of Poker this summer by taking down the $10k Seven Card Stud Hi-Low event.

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Dutch Boyd Wins His Third World Series of Poker Bracelet

Dutch Boyd, one of the most polarizing figures in the world of poker today, took down his third World Series of Poker bracelet earlier tonight.

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BIG ONE For ONE DROP Field Up To 41 Players

The BIG ONE for ONE DROP event, which begins later this month, is now up to a total confirmed field of 41 entrants.

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Ted Forrest Looking To Become First Multiple Bracelet Winner of This Year's World Series of Poker

Ted Forrest is looking to win his second bracelet of this year's World Series of Poker in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low event.

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"ElkY" Gets His Passport and Goes Deep in $10k HORSE Event

Bertrand Grospellier, otherwise known as Elky, finally figured out his passport troubles and is now leading the $10k HORSE event at the WSOP.

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Phil Hellmuth To Make Another Run at His 14th WSOP Bracelet on Saturday

Phil Hellmuth will be looking to take down his 14th World Series of Poker bracelet on Saturday in Event #15 of the World Series of Poker.

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Daniel Negreanu Narrowly Misses Out on Seventh World Series of Poker Bracelet

Daniel Negreanu narrowly missed out on his seventh World Series of Poker bracelet tonight, which means that the Ivey/Negreanu bracelet bet continues.

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Jonathan Dimmig Wins WSOP "Millionaire Maker"

Jonathan Dimmig took down the Millionaire Maker at the World Series of Poker last night for over $1.3 million.

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Phil Hellmuth Falls Short in Bid For 14th Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth fell just short of winning his 14th WSOP bracelet on Sunday night after falling to Ted Forrest in heads-up play.

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Phil Hellmuth Gunning For 14th WSOP Bracelet In $1,500 Seven-Card RAZZ Event

Phil Hellmuth will be gunning for his 14th World Series of Poker bracelet when the final table of the $1,500 Seven Card RAZZ event gets underway later today.

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Vanessa Selbst Wins Third World Series of Poker Bracelet

Vanessa Selbst won the third World Series of Poker bracelet of her career on Friday night when she toppled Jason Mo in the $25k Mixed-Max No Limit Hold'em event.

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131 Players Turn Out For $25,000 Mixed Max No Limit Hold'em Event at World Series of Poker

A total of 131 players turned out for the first open event of the World Series of Poker, which was the $25,000 Mixed Max No Limit Hold'em event.

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2014 World Series of Poker Kicks Off on Tuesday, May 27th

The 2014 World Series of Poker is set to get underway in just a couple of days - are you ready for the circus?

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Daniel Negreanu Selling Half of His BIG ONE for ONE DROP Action

Daniel Negreanu is offering to sell half of his action to the BIG ONE for ONE DROP at the World Series of Poker this summer.

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Number of Confirmed Entrants for BIG ONE for ONE DROP Up To 33

Vanessa Selbst and Jean-Robert Bellande are two of the newest names who have confirmed their participation in this year's Big One for One Drop event.

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Party Poker Adds Casual Cash Games, Scott "BigRiskky" Clements Wins His First SCOOP Title and More

Party Poker has added casual cash games, Scott Clements wins his first SCOOP title and more.

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WSOP: 23 Entries Already Confirmed For BIG ONE for ONE DROP

Phil Ivey and Antonio Esfandiari are two of the names who have confirmed their participation in the 2014 BIG ONE for ONE DROP event in Las Vegas this summer.

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World Series of Poker 2014 Schedule Released

The World Series of Poker 2014 schedule was released by the WSOP earlier today - the main event will, in fact, feature a guarantee of $10 million.

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$10 Million First Place Guarantee For WSOP 2014 Main Event?

According to a screenshot, the World Series of Poker will be guaranteeing a first place payout of $10 million for the 2014 WSOP main event.

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2014 World Series of Poker Dates Released

The dates for the 2014 World Series of Poker have now been released - the event will run from May 27th, 2014 until July 14th, 2014.

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Ryan Riess Wins 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event

Ryan Riess took down the 2013 World Series of Poker last night, defeating Jay Farber during heads-up play.

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Jay Farber vs Ryan Riess

Jay Farber and Ryan Riess are set to battle for poker supremacy as the World Series of Poker main event concludes on Tuesday evening.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Gets Underway on Monday Evening

The World Series of Poker main event final table will continue on Monday evening in Las Vegas - who will be this year's big winner?

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Adrian Mateos Wins WSOPE Europe Main Event

Adrian Mateos took down the WSOPE main event on Friday morning for 1 million Euros. With his win, Mateos became one of the youngest ever WSOP champions.

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Daniel Negreanu Wins 2013 WSOP Player of the Year Award

Daniel Negreanu took down the second WSOP POY title of his career earlier in the week after winning the WSOPE High Roller event.

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Final Table of WSOPE Main Event Set

The final table of the WSOPE main event final table has now been set, and six players will be vying for the gold bracelet on Friday.

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24 Left in WSOPE Main Event

There are 24 players left in the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe main event, with Adrian Mateos Diaz leading heading into Day 4.

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$1 Million "Big One For One Drop" Tournament To Return at 2014 World Series of Poker

The $1 million Big One For One Drop event is set to return at the 2014 World Series of Poker, according to Guy Laliberte.

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Phil Ivey in the Hunt for His Tenth Bracelet in Event #3 of 2013 WSOPE

Phil Ivey will be in the hunt for his 10th World Series of Poker bracelet when Event #3 of the WSOPE 2013 continues on Wednesday afternoon.

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World Series of Poker Europe Officially Kicks Off With Ladies Bracelet Event

The 2013 World Series of Poker Europe kicked off in Paris earlier today with the Ladies No Limit Hold'em event.

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Finalists Revealed For 2013 Poker Hall of Fame Induction Class

The list of finalists for the 2013 Poker Hall of Fame was released by the World Series of Poker earlier today.

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Public Nomination Process Now Closed For 2013 Poker Hall of Fame Induction Class

The public nomination process for the 2013 Poker Hall of Fame class has now been closed. Who will be nominated this year?

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New Bracelet Event Added To World Series of Poker Europe Schedule

A new bracelet event has been added to this year's World Series of Poker Europe, as the ladies will be getting their own event this year.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Betting Odds

JC Tran has opened as the favorite to win the World Series of Poker main event final table in November.

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The November Nine is Set

The 2013 November Nine has now been set, with JC Tran leading the way into November's final table.

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Down to 18

The 2013 World Series of Poker main event is down to just 18 players, with Sylvain Loosli leading the way at the Day 7 dinner break.

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68 Players Left in WSOP Main Event

Sami Rustom is leading the World Series of Poker main event heading into Day 6 on Sunday.

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The Main Event Bubble Bursts

The bubble of the 2013 World Series of Poker main event burst earlier today, with all remaining 648 players being guaranteed a minimum of $19,106.

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World Series of Poker Main Event: Players Combine For Day 3

The remaining 1,743 players will combine into a single field on Day 3 of the 2013 World Series of Poker main event.

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Tom Dwan and Gus Hansen Finally Show Up to World Series of Poker Main Event

Tom Dwan and Gus Hansen finally turned up for the World Series of Poker main event after being involved in a big game of Open-Face Chinese.

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6,352 Players Turn Out For 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event

6,352 players turned out for the 2013 World Series of Poker main event, making it the eighth largest main event field of all time.

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Big Names Turn Out For Day 1c of World Series of Poker Main Event

Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth are just some of the names who turned out for Day 1c of the World Series of Poker main event.

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943 Players Turn Out For Day 1a of World Series of Poker Main Event

943 players turned out for Day 1a of the World Series of Poker main event, which is slightly down from last year.

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Matthew Ashton Wins $50,000 Poker Players' Championship

British player Matthew Ashton took down the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship last night for well over $1.5 million.

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Doyle Brunson Plays in His First World Series of Poker Event of the Year

Doyle Brunson has shown up to play in his first World Series of Poker event of the year - the $50k Poker Players' Championship.

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Anthony Gregg Wins $111,111 One Drop High Rollers Event

Anthony Gregg took down the $111,111 One Drop High Rollers event earlier today to score the biggest cash of his career.

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Can Antonio Esfandiari Win A One Drop Event For The Second Straight Year?

Can Antonio Esfandiari win his second straight ONE DROP event later today? He has put himself in good position to do so.

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Brandon Steven, Tobias Reinkemeier Lead One Drop High Rollers Event After Day 1

Brandon Steven and Tobias Reinkemeier are leading the One Drop High Rollers event at the end of Day 1.

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166 Players Turn Out For One Drop High Rollers Event

166 players turned out for the $111,111 One Drop High Rollers event, creating a total prize pool of roughly $17.5 million.

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Jared Hamby, Steve Gross Win Bracelets

Jared Hamby, aka TheWacoKidd, and Steve Gross, aka Gboro780, both took down bracelets at the World Series of Poker yesterday.

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Canadian Players Continue To Win at 2013 World Series of Poker

Canadian players have won a total of eight bracelets at this year's World Series of Poker, giving them the record for most all-time bracelets by a non-US country.

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Jeff Madsen Wins His Third World Series of Poker Bracelet

Jeff Madsen took home the third World Series of Poker bracelet of his career on Friday night.

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Erick Lindgren Wins His Second World Series of Poker Bracelet

Erick Lindgren took down the second World Series of Poker bracelet of his career last night after winning the $5,000 No Limit Hold'em 6-Max event.

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Tom Schneider Takes Down His Second Bracelet of the Year

Tom Schneider took down his second bracelet of the 2013 World Series of Poker earlier today after winning the $5,000 HORSE event.

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Six Bracelets (And Counting) For Canadian Players at This Year's WSOP

Canadian players are off to a strong start at this year's World Series of Poker after winning six bracelets over the course of 26 events.

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News Update: Mark Scheinberg Forfeits $50 Million, Jerry Buss Honored at the World Series of Poker

Mark Scheinberg forfeited $50 million to the US government, while Jerry Buss was honored at the World Series of Poker.

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Phil Ivey Makes Final Day of $1,000 No Limit Hold'em Event

Phil Ivey has made the final day of Event 18 at the 2013 World Series of Poker - can he win his 10th WSOP bracelet?

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Phil Ivey Cashes in First 2013 World Series of Poker Event

Phil Ivey is making his first deep run of the 2013 World Series of Poker after making it through to Day 2 of Event No. 18.

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Phil Hellmuth Falls Short of Bracelet #14

Phil Hellmuth fell short of claiming his 14th World Series of Poker bracelet after finishing in 5th place in the 10k NLHE Heads Up event.

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Mike "The Mouth" Matusow Wins His Fourth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Mike Matusow took down his fourth World Series of Poker bracelet last night after winning the $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Low Split 8 or Better Event.

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Benny Chen Wins WSOP "Millionaire Maker" Event

Benny Chen took home the World Series of Poker Millionaire Maker Event last night for nearly $1.2 million.

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6,343 Players Turn Out For The "Millionaire Maker"

6,343 players turned out for the Millionaire Maker at the World Series of Poker, creating the largest single-day live poker tournament ever.

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Two Bracelets To Be Handed Out Today at World Series of Poker

Two bracelets are expected to be handed out at the World Series of Poker today, as Event #2 and Event #3 are expected to draw to a close.

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Chad Holloway Wins First Bracelet of 2013 World Series of Poker

Chad Holloway took down the $500 Casino Employees No Limit Hold'em event last night to win the first bracelet of the 2013 World Series of Poker.

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481 Players Turn Out For First Open World Series of Poker Event of 2013

A total of 481 players turned out for the first open event of 2013, which ended up creating a total prize pool of over $2.2 million.

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The 2013 World Series of Poker Kicks Off in Las Vegas

The 2013 World Series of Poker kicked off at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas a few hours ago.

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2013 WSOP Europe Schedule Released

The schedule for the 7th World Series of Poker Europe event was released by WSOP.com earlier today.

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Daniel Negreanu Wins WSOP APAC Main Event

Daniel Negreanu crushed his final table competition earlier today en route to winning the WSOP APAC main event.

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WSOP APAC Main Event Final Table Set

The WSOP APAC main event final table is now set, with Daniel Negreanu one of the leading chipleaders heading into Monday.

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Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari Still Alive in WSOP APAC Main Event

Russell Thomas leads the WSOP APAC main event heading into Day 4. Daniel Negreanu and Antonio Esfandiari are also still alive in the event.

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405 Players Turn Out For First Ever WSOP APAC Main Event

405 players ended up turning out for the WSOP APAC main event, which ended up creating a total prize pool of nearly $4 million.

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Phil Ivey Wins Ninth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Ivey won his ninth World Series of Poker bracelet earlier today at the WSOP APAC in Australia.

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Bryan Piccioli Wins First Ever WSOP APAC Bracelet

Bryan Piccioli took down the first ever WSOP APAC bracelet on Sunday evening after taking down the $1,100 Accumulator event.

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World Series of Poker 2013 Schedule Released

The 2013 World Series of Poker schedule was released earlier today, so you can start finalizing your plans for the summer.

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2013 World Series of Poker Dates Set

The dates have been set for the 2013 World Series of Poker, with the event getting underway on May 29th, 2013.

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Down to Three: Greg Merson Leads WSOP Main Event Heading Into Final Day of Play

Greg Merson, Jesse Sylvia and Jake Balsiger will do battle for the coveted World Series of Poker bracelet on Tuesday evening. Who will win?

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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Gets Underway Later Today

The final table of the World Series of Poker main event will get underway later today. Who will take down poker's biggest tournament?

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Eric Drache and Brian "Sailor" Roberts Elected to Poker Hall of Fame

Eric Drache and Brian "Sailor" Roberts have been elected to the Poker Hall of Fame and will be inducted later this month.

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Phil Hellmuth Wins WSOPE Main Event, 13th Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth took down the WSOPE main event earlier today to win the 13th World Series of Poker bracelet of his career.

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News: WCOOP 2012 Schedule Released and WSOP Main Event Final Table Betting Odds Now Available

Pokerstars released the 2013 WCOOP schedule earlier today, and betting odds for the November Nine are now available.

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Jesse Sylvia Chip Leader Heading Into World Series of Poker Final Table

Jesse Sylvia leads the World Series of Poker main event as the final table has been set. The tournament will resume in October.

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Less Than 100 Players Left in World Series of Poker Main Event

Less than 100 players are left in the World Series of Poker main event, with Kyle Keranen currently leading the way.

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6,598 Players Turn Out For 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event

6,598 players turned out for this year's World Series of Poker, which created the fifth largest main event field of all time.

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The Big One: World Series of Poker Main Event Gets Underway on Saturday

The World Series of Poker main event is set to kick off tomorrow. Names such as GSP and Roberto Luongo are expected to play.

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Antonio Esfandiari Wins BIG ONE for ONE DROP

Antonio Esfandiari took down the BIG ONE for ONE DROP earlier today, securing over $18 million in the process.

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Final Table of Big One for One Drop Set

The final table of the BIG ONE for ONE DROP has been set, with Antonio Esfandiari leading the way heading into tomorrow's final table.

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Mizrachi Wins, The Big One for One Drop Approaches and More

Michael Mizrachi wins the Poker Player's Championship, the Big One for One Drop approaches and more.

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Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi Looks For Second $50k Poker Player's Championship Later Today

Michael Mizrachi and Andy Bloch are currently leading the 50k Poker Player's Championship heading into the final table later today.

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Mizrachi, Bloch Leading $50,000 Poker Player's Championship With 32 Left

Michael Mizrachi and Andy Bloch are currently leading the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship, while Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth are lurking.

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Terrence Chan Within Striking Distance of World Series of Poker Record

Terrence Chan has cashed eight times so far at this year's World Series of Poker, which brings him to within 2 of the record.

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Phil Ivey Makes Yet Another Final Table

Phil Ivey has made yet another final table, his fifth of this year's World Series of Poker.

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Ivey and Hellmuth: Close, But Not Quite in Event #32

Phil Hellmuth and Phil Ivey both narrowly missed out on bracelets in the $10,000 HORSE event on Monday night.

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Ivey, Hellmuth Deep in $10,000 HORSE Event

Both Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth are deep in the 10k HORSE event at the World Series of Poker.

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Weekend Update: Antonius Signs New Deal, Seidel in Contention For Ninth Bracelet and More

Patrik Antonius signs deal with iGame.com, Seidel looks for ninth bracelet and more.

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Phil Ivey Narrowly Misses Out on Ninth World Series of Poker Bracelet - Again

Phil Ivey has narrowly missed out on his ninth World Series of Poker bracelet again after finishing third in the Omaha Hi/Lo event.

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Phil Hellmuth Wins His 12th World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth won his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet Monday morning after taking down the $2,500 RAZZ event.

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Ivey, Hellmuth Eyeing Bracelets on Sunday

Both Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth will be looking to add to their collection of WSOP bracelets on Sunday.

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More Players Confirmed For "BIG ONE for ONE DROP" Event

12 more players have been confirmed for the Big ONE for ONE DROP event in July, including Sam Trickett and Andrew Robl.

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Spanish Poker Rooms Now Online, High Stakes Results Since FTP Went Offline and More

Spanish online poker rooms go live, biggest cash game winners since FTP went offline and more.

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Andy Bloch Wins First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Andy Bloch has removed himself from the Best Player to Never Win a Bracelet list, a list that still includes Antonius and Dwan.

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Daniel Negreanu Looking for Fifth WSOP Bracelet in $1,500 Pot Limit Hold'em Event

Daniel Negreanu has gone deep in Event #5 of the World Series of Poker and is looking to win his fifth WSOP bracelet.

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2,101 Players Turn Out For First Open World Series of Poker Event of 2012

Over 2,000 players turned out for the first open World Series of Poker event of 2012, the $1,500 NLHE event.

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World Series of Poker Begins This Weekend

The 2012 World Series of Poker is scheduled to get underway in Las Vegas this weekend.

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WSOP: 30 People Have Registered For "Big One for One Drop" Event So Far

According to the World Series of Poker, 30 people have committed to play in the Big One for One Drop event this summer.

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2012 World Series of Poker Schedule Released

The World Series of Poker 2012 schedule was released earlier today - there will be three new bracelet events, plus the main event final table is being bumped up a week.

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No More "November Nine"?

Changes are apparently coming to this year's World Series of Poker, including the elimination of the November Nine.

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$1 Million Buy-In Event at 2012 WSOP: 22 Entrants and Counting

The $1 million buy-in tournament at the 2012 World Series of Poker already has 22 confirmed participants, making it an official bracelet event.

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Pius Heinz Wins 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event

After a lengthy heads-up battle, Pius Heinz defeated Martin Staszko to become the 2011 World Series of Poker main event champion.

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Pius Heinz vs Ben Lamb vs Martin Staszko

Will it be Plus Heinz or Ben Lamb or Martin Staszko that wins the 2011 World Series of Poker? We'll find out on Tuesday.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Begins This Sunday

The World Series of Poker main event gets restarted this Sunday - who will win and become immortal?

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Barry Greenstein, Linda Johnson To Be Inducted Into Poker Hall of Fame

Barry Greenstein and Linda Johnson will both be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame in November at the Rio.

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Elio Fox Wins 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event

Elio Fox successfully navigated his way through a field of nearly 600 players to take down the 2011 WSOPE main event title.

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Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi Wins His Second WSOP Bracelet

Michael The Grinder Mizrachi took down the second bracelet of his career on Saturday in the WSOPE NLHE Split Event at the WSOPE.

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Phil Hellmuth Falls Short in WSOPE #1

Phil Hellmuth has once again fallen short in his bid for his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet.

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WSOPE Gets Underway in Cannes, France

The 2011 WSOPE kicked off earlier today in Cannes, France with a preliminary NLHE event that many big names turned out for.

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2011 Poker Hall of Fame Finalists Revealed

The finalists for the 2011 Poker Hall of Fame were released earlier today, with Barry Greenstein and Scotty Nguyen being included on the list.

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Friday Night News: Full Tilt Poker, WSOP Sponsorship $ and More

The latest on Full Tilt Poker, World Series of Poker sponsorship money way down and more.

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The 2011 November Nine is Set

The 2011 November Nine final table has now been set, with Martin Staszko possessing the chip lead heading into the final table.

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Ryan Lenaghan Leads World Series of Poker Main Event After Day 6

Ryan Lenaghan leads the 2011 World Series of Poker main event heading into Day 7 on Monday.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Day 4 Recap: Manoj Viswanathan Leads, 378 Players Remain

Manoj Viswanathan will possess the chip lead when the World Series of Poker main event restarts on Saturday afternoon.

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6,865

6,865 players ended up turning out for this year's World Series of Poker, which ended up being the third largest turnout in the history of the event.

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1,882 Entrants For First Two Days of World Series of Poker Main Event

The first two days of the World Series of Poker main event produced a total of 1,882 players, down considerably from last year.

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Not Again! Phil Hellmuth Finishes in Second Place in $50,000 Poker Player's Championship

Phil Hellmuth once again missed out on collecting his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet early this morning.

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$50k Poker Player's Championship: Ly Leads, Hellmuth in Contention

Phil Hellmuth will once again be looking to win his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet when the 50k Poker Player's Championship concludes on Wednesday.

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Tom Dwan Falls Short in Bid for First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Tom Dwan made a deep run in the 10k HORSE event earlier tonight, eventually finishing in 5th place for over 130k.

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Jason Mercier Wins His Second World Series of Poker Bracelet

Jason Mercier took down the second WSOP bracelet of his career yesterday after winning the 5k PLO event.

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Another Day, Another Second Place Finish for Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth once again failed in his attempt to win his second World Series of Poker bracelet last night after finishing in second place in the 10k Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship.

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Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Bertrand Grospellier, otherwise known as Elky online, won his first WSOP bracelet in the 10k Seven Card Stud Championship yesterday.

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Hellmuth Comes Up Short

Phil Hellmuth came up short in his attempt to win his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet on Saturday night.

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Godaddy.com Signs World Series of Poker Sponsorship Deal

Godaddy.com and the World Series of Poker have inked a deal for Godaddy to become a new premier sponsor.

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Eugene Katchalov Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Eugene Katchalov, who is arguably one of poker's very best players, took down his first World Series of Poker bracelet on Saturday night.

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$1 Million Buy-in Event Planned for Next Year's World Series of Poker

According to ESPN.com, a one million dollar buy-in tournament will be hosted at the World Series of Poker next year.

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2011 World Series of Poker Gets Underway in Less Than 24 Hours

The 2011 World Series of Poker will kick off on Tuesday with the $500 Casino employees event and the 25k NLHE HU event.

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Which Members of "Team Full Tilt" Will Be At the World Series of Poker?

Which members of Team Full Tilt will be at the World Series of Poker this year? We take a look..

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WSOP Officials Expecting Big Turnout This Year Despite "Black Friday"

WSOP officials are expecting a strong turnout for this year's event, despite the events of the past few weeks that have shaken the industry.

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WSOP Introduces "World Series of Poker Main Event Rematches"

The WSOP revealed their new World Series of Poker rematches earlier today, with Moneymaker set to battle Farha and Chan set to take on Hellmuth.

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2011 World Series of Poker Schedule Released

The official 2011 World Series of Poker schedule was released earlier today. There will be a total of 58 bracelet events, and this year's WSOP will get underway on May 31st.

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WSOP Releases Dates and Congress Adjourns For The Year

The World Series of Poker has released the dates for the 2011 WSOP, and Congress has now adjourned for the year.

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Jonathan Duhamel Wins 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event

Jonathan Duhamel outlasted John Racener during the heads-up portion of the final table to take home nearly nine million dollars earlier tonight.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Set To Conclude Later Tonight

Jonathan Duhamel and John Racener are set to battle it out for the World Series of Poker main event title later tonight - who will come out on top?

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The World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Is Just Days Away

The World Series of Poker main event final table is just days away from taking place - who will end up winning poker's biggest tournament?

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James Bord Wins WSOPE Main Event

James Bord outlasted a field that included many of poker's top names to take down the 2010 WSOPE main event championship on Tuesday.

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Dan Fleyshman Leads WSOPE Main Event Heading Into Final Table

Dan Fleyshman will take the chip lead with him into the World Series of Poker Europe final table when action gets underway on Tuesday afternoon.

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WSOPE Update: Ivey and Blom Still Alive in Main Event, Gus Hansen Wins His First Bracelet

Phil Ivey and Viktor Blom, who is also known online as Isildur1, are both still alive in the WSOPE main event heading into Day 4 on Monday.

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Gus Hansen vs Jim Collopy Match Set To Conclude on Sunday Evening

After a multi-day delay, the final match of the High Roller Heads Up NLHE tournament at the WSOPE is set to conclude. Will Hansen or Collopy win?

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Viktor "Isildur1" Blom Leads WSOPE Main Event After Day 2

Viktor Blom, who is best known as Isildur1 on Full Tilt Poker, currently leads the WSOPE main event heading into Day 3 on Sunday.

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WSOPE Update: Day 1 of Main Event In the Books, Hansen vs Collopy Delayed Again

James Mitchell finished the first day of play at the World Series of Poker Europe main event as the tournament chip leader.

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Gus Hansen's Quest For First World Series of Poker Bracelet Will Be Delayed At Least One More Day

Gus Hansen will have to wait at least one more day to win his first World Series of Poker bracelet, as the heads up battle between himself and Jim Collopy is locked at one heading into Friday.

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Can Gus Hansen Win His First World Series of Poker Bracelet on Thursday?

Gus Hansen will be looking to win his first World Series of Poker bracelet in the 10k heads-up event at the WSOPE later today.

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Poker's Biggest Names Turn Out For WSOPE High Roller Heads-Up Event

Names such as Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu and Tom Dwan all turned out for the high roller event at the World Series of Poker Europe event on Tuesday.

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Jeff Lisandro Wins Bracelet #5

Jeff Lisandro took down his fifth World Series of Poker bracelet early Sunday morning after stunning a dejected Joe Serock during heads up play of WSOPE #2

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Phil Laak Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Laak took down his very first World Series of Poker bracelet on Thursday after taking down WSOPE #1 for over 260,000.

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Phil Laak In Contention For His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Laak will be looking to win the first World Series of Poker bracelet in his career on Thursday in a preliminary WSOPE event.

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WSOP Tournament of Champions to Air on ESPN This Tuesday, July High Stakes Update and More

The 2010 World Series of Poker TOC will air on ESPN tomorrow, a July high stakes update and the next FTOPS kicks off on Wednesday.

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A Look at How Main Event Chip Leaders Heading Into the Final Table Have Ended Up Finishing (2000-2009)

A look at how the chip leaders of the World Series of Poker main event heading into the final table have ended up finishing.

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ESPN's Coverage of 2010 World Series of Poker Kicks Off This Tuesday

ESPN will be kicking off their coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker this Tuesday with the airing of the 50k Poker Player's Championship.

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2010 "November Nine" Betting Odds Released

BetUS just recently released betting odds for the 2010 World Series of Poker main event - no surprise, Jonathan Duhamel is currently the favorite to win.

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The 2010 World Series of Poker Was a Major Success

This was another great year for the World Series of Poker as attendance was way up, and both drama and player satisfaction was high as well.

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The 2010 "November Nine" Is (Finally) Set

After a long and grueling day of play, the 2010 November Nine has finally been set. Jonathan Duhamel will lead the way when action resumes in November.

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Jonathan Duhamel Leading World Series of Poker Main Event At Day 8 Dinner Break

With Day 8 of the World Series of Poker currently on a dinner break, Jonathan Duhamel currently sits at the tournament chip leader.

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Day 7 of World Series of Poker Main Event Comes To a Close; Joseph Cheong Leads

Joseph Cheong finished Day 7 of the World Series of Poker as the tournament chip leader, but Cuong Nguyen is hot on his heels. Just 27 players are still alive in the event.

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Cuong Nguyen Chip Leader of WSOP Main Event at Day 7 Dinner Break

Thanks to a massive pot that was won against Theo Jorgensen, Cuong Nguyen currently sits as the dominant chip leader in the World Series of Poker main event at the Day 7 dinner break.

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78 Left In WSOP Main Event After Day 6; Theo Jorgensen Leads

Theo Jorgensen will take the chip lead with him into Day 7 when play in the World Series of Poker main event resumes on Friday, but Michael Mizrachi is lurking right behind.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Day 5 Recap

Many big names are still alive in the World Series of Poker main event after Day 5, including Johnny Chan, David Benyamine and Phil Galfond.

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The Money Bubble Bursts In The World Series of Poker Main Event

The money bubble has burst in the World Series of Poker main event. Tony Dunst, also known as Bond18 online, leads the WSOP main event at the end of Day 4.

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Johnny Chan Doing Well in World Series of Poker Main Event

Johnny Chan, who is the owner of 10 World Series of Poker bracelets, finish Day 3 of the WSOP main event as one of the tournament chip leaders.

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Day 2B of Main Event Is a Wrap: David Assouline Out In Front

Day 2B of the World Series of Poker main event is now in the books, with David Assouline finishing the day as the tournament chip leader.

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Boulos Estafanous Surges To Chip Lead on Day 2A of World Series of Poker Main Event

Boulos Estafanous managed to surge ahead of everyone else on Friday, finishing the day as the Day 2A chip leader in the World Series of Poker main event.

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The World Series of Poker Main Event Numbers Are In

7,319 turned out for the 2010 World Series of Poker main event, which ended up creating a total prize pool of nearly 70 million dollars.

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Mathiu Sauriol, Johnny Chan Finish On Top of World Series of Poker Day 1c Leaderboard

A familiar name finished at the top of the 2010 World Series of Poker Day 1c leaderboard, as Johnny Chan finished with nearly 165k in chips.

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James Danielson Finishes On Top of WSOP Main Event Day 1b Leaderboard

1,489 players turned out for Day 1b of the 2010 World Series of Poker main event on Tuesday. James Danielson finished as the Day 1b chip leader.

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World Series of Poker Update: Huck Seed Wins TOC, Main Event Gets Under Way and More

Huck Seed wins the 2010 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions, Daniel Alaei wins his third bracelet and more.

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Tom Dwan Comes Up Short In Hunt For First Bracelet

It wasn't meant to be for Tom Dwan on Saturday, as the young poker phenom ended up finishing in 17th place in the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship.

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The Tom Dwan Bracelet Watch Is Back On

Tom Dwan finished the second day of play in the 10k PLO Championship as the tournament chip leader, leading to many of the people who bet against him in WSOP bracelet side bets being very nervous tonight.

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Bryn Kenney Leads $25k NLHE 6-Max (Event #52) After Day 2

Bryn Kenney leads a very tough $25k 6-Max field heading into the final day of play on Friday. Daniel Negreanu and Justin Bonomo are also still alive in this event.

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Mike "The Mouth" Matusow Leads 2010 WSOP Tournament of Champions After Day 2

Mike Matusow, who managed to win the 2005 Tournament of Champions, leads the 2010 version of the event after two full days of play.

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Erik Seidel Leads 2010 WSOP Tournament of Champions After Day 1

Erik Seidel and Johnny Chan, who hold eighteen World Series of Poker bracelets between them, finished at the top of the WSOP TOC leaderboard after Day 1.

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Gavin Smith Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Gavin Smith was able to get a big monkey off of his back on Saturday evening after finally winning his first World Series of Poker bracelet in a 2,500 Mixed Hold'em event.

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Swick Comes Up Short, Gavin Smith Looks For His First Bracelet and More

Mike Swick falls short in World Series of Poker event, Ian Gordon wins the 10k HORSE and Gavin Smith looks for his first bracelet on Saturday.

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Mike "Quick" Swick Deep In World Series of Poker Event #42

Mike Swick, who currently fights with the UFC, is currently making a deep run in a very large World Series of Poker event.

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Phil Hellmuth To Try For Bracelet #12 on Thursday

Can Phil Hellmuth win his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet on Thursday in the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo Split-8 or Better event? We'll soon find out.

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Phil Ivey Wins His Eighth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Ivey came back from being short-stacked to take down his eighth World Series of Poker bracelet in the 3k HORSE event earlier tonight.

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Phil Ivey Is Deep In Another World Series of Poker Event

Phil Ivey has made another deep run in a World Series of Poker 2010, and will be looking to win his eighth bracelet in the $3k HORSE event.

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Men "The Master" Nguyen Falls Just Short of Winning His Eighth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Men Nguyen, also known as the Master, had an opportunity to win his eighth World Series of Poker bracelet on Saturday but couldn't finish the job.

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Phil Ivey Gunning For Bracelet #8 on Saturday

Phil Ivey will be gunning for his eighth World Series of Poker bracelet on Saturday, as he is currently deep in the 2,500 PLHE/PLO event.

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Michael Mizrachi Makes His Third World Series of Poker Final Table of 2010

Michael Mizrachi has made his third final table of the 2010 World Series of Poker, and is in contention to win his second bracelet of the series.

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World Series of Poker 2010 Tournament of Champions Field Revealed

The voting results for the 2010 Tournament of Champions at the World Series of Poker were revealed earlier today, and Phil Ivey ended up topping the list.

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Sammy Farha Takes Down $10,000 Omaha Hi/Low Split-8 or Better Championship

Sammy Farha won the third World Series of Poker bracelet of his career earlier this morning when he took down the $10k Omaha Hi/Low Split-8 or Better Championship.

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Dutch Boyd Wins His Second World Series of Poker Bracelet

Dutch Boyd managed to take down the second World Series of Poker bracelet of his career earlier today in the 2,500 Limit Hold'em event.

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Lacey Jones Inks Full Tilt Poker Deal, Jason DeWitt Prevails And More

Full Tilt Poker signs Lacey Jones to a deal, Jason DeWitt takes down his first bracelet and Erik Seidel misses out on bracelet number 9.

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Jason "TheMasterJ33" DeWitt Leads $5,000 No Limit Hold'em Event After Day 2

Jason DeWitt, also known as TheMasterJ33 online, is leading the $5k No Limit Hold'em event at the 2010 World Series of Poker after Day 2.

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Michael Mizrachi Jumps Out to Early Lead in 2010 WSOP POY Race

Thanks to his victory in the 50k Poker Player's Championship, Michael Mizrachi is currently leading the race for 2010 World series of Poker POY.

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Tom Dwan Comes Up Short in Quest for First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Tom Dwan has come up just short in his attempt to win his very first World Series of Poker bracelet. The 23 year old phenom ended up finishing second in Event 11.

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Michael Mizrachi In Contention For Bracelet #2

Michael Mizrachi, who won the 50,000 Poker Player's Championship earlier this week, is in contention to win another bracelet in the 10k Seven Card Stud event.

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Phil Hellmuth Is Making a Run At Bracelet #12

Phil Hellmuth will be looking to win his twelfth World Series of Poker bracelet on Friday in the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event.

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Player Given Lifetime World Series of Poker Ban

According to the Full Tilt Poker Blog, a player was permanently banned from the World Series of Poker after attempting to steal chips from another player.

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116 Players Turn Out for $50,000 Poker Player's Championship

116 players turned out for Event #2 of the 2010 World Series of Poker (Poker Player's Championship), creating a total prize pool of around $5.5 million.

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Record Turnout Expected For This Year's World Series of Poker

A record turnout is expected for the 2010 World Series of Poker, thanks to the inclusion of numerous 1k NLHE events and an uptick in the economy.

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2010 World Series of Poker Schedule Released

The World Series of Poker schedule for 2010 has now been released. There will be a total of 57 bracelet events, as well as the introduction of a couple of new tournaments.

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"High Stakes Poker" Season 6 Filming Wraps Later Today

The sixth season of High Stakes Poker will finish filming in Las Vegas later today. Names such as Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey are expected to play on the third and final day.

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Joe Cada Wins 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event

Joe Cada outlasted Darvin Moon in a lengthy heads-up battle to take down poker's biggest prize on Tuesday morning, the 2009 World Series of Poker main event title.

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Joe Cada vs Darvin Moon For the World Series of Poker Main Event Title

The smoke has finally cleared, with Joe Cada and Darvin Moon set to battle it out for the World Series of Poker main event title on Monday evening.

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The World Series of Poker Final Table Is Finally Here

The World Series of Poker main event final table will finally get underway on Saturday afternoon and conclude on Monday evening. Who will win?

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FTOPS XIV, Phil Ivey Odds and More

FTOPS XIV gets underway later today, Phil Ivey's odds continue to improve and the UFC invades Poker After Dark on NBC.

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WSOP.com Poll: 78%+ Believe Phil Ivey Will Win World Series of Poker Main Event

According to recently released WSOP.com poll results, Phil Ivey is an overwhelming favorite to capture the World Series of Poker main event title.

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"Durrrr Challenge" Update, EPT London Final Table, World Series of Poker Final Table

The Durrrr Challenge continued on Wednesday as Dwan secured himself a $400k+ victory. Also, EPT London update and WSOP final table update.

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Barry Shulman Wins 2009 WSOPE Main Event, Daniel Negreanu Finishes Second

Barry Shulman outlasted Daniel Negreanu to take down the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe main event earlier this evening, taking home over 800k pounds in the process.

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World Series of Poker Europe Final Table is All Set

Daniel Negreanu and two members of the November Nine will be amongst those participating in the WSOPE final table when play gets underway on Thursday afternoon.

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Ian Munns, Praz Bansi Leading World Series of Poker Europe Main Event After Day 2

Iann Munns and Praz Bansi are sitting near the top of the World Series of Poker Europe main event leaderboard after two full days of play.

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Phil Hellmuth to Coach Jeff Shulman for WSOP Main Event Final Table

Jeff Shulman recently announced that he would be using Phil Hellmuth as his coach for the 2009 WSOP main event final table in November.

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ESPN and World Series of Poker Ink Long-Term Deal

ESPN and the World Series of Poker are set to announce that they have inked a brand-new 7-year deal on Tuesday.

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ESPN Begins Airing 2009 World Series of Poker Episodes Next Week

ESPN will begin their coverage of the 2009 World Series of Poker early next week when they air the $40k NLHE tournament episode.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Betting Odds Now Available

Betting odds for the 2009 World Series of Poker main event final table have now been released, with Darvin Moon listed as the current favorite to win (3/1).

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"November Nine" World Series of Poker Final Table Set; Phil Ivey In, Darvin Moon Leads

The November Nine has been set; Darvin Moon leads heading into the November final table, while Phil Ivey is still alive.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Down To 27 Players

Phil Ivey and Antonio Esfandiari are both still alive in the 2009 World Series of Poker main event, as the tournament enters Day 8.

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101 Players Left in World Series of Poker Main Event

Phil Ivey, Antonio Esfandiari and Peter Eastgate are some of the names who are still alive in the World Series of Poker main event at the dinner break of Day 6.

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Here Comes Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey and Bertrand Grospellier are a few of the players who are currently near the top of the WSOP leaderboard after Day 4.

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Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier Leads World Series of Poker After Day 3

Bertrand Grospellier, also known as ElkY online, is the World Series of Poker chip leader after Day 3 of the event.

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Day 2 World Series of Poker Update

Phil Ivey, Joe Hachem and David Benyamine are some of the names who are still alive in the World Series of Poker main event after Day 2.

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6,494 Players Turn out for 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event

A sellout on Day 1d of the World Series of Poker main event pushed the total field size well over the 6,000 player mark.

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1,989 Players Turn Out For First Two Days of World Series of Poker Main Event

Day 1b of the World Series of Poker main event is now in the books - find out who is doing well in this update.

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World Series of Poker Main Event Gets Underway Tomorrow

The 2009 World Series of Poker main event gets underway on Friday afternoon, thus beginning a four month long march to the final table.

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David Bach Wins 50k HORSE Event, Freddy Deeb Snaps and Phil Hellmuth Goes for #12

David Bachs wins 50k HORSE event, Freddy Deeb and Tony G have a war of words and Phil Hellmuth tries for bracelet #12.

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Erik "Erik123" Sagstrom Near Top of $50k H.O.R.S.E. Leaderboard After Day 3

Erik Sagstrom, best known as Erik123 online, is in contention to win the $50k HORSE tournament at the World Series of Poker.

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Jeff Lisandro Becomes Third Multiple Bracelet Winner of 2009

Jeff Lisandro, also known as the Iceman, became the third multiple bracelet winner of 2009 last night.

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Johnny Chan Will Try For Bracelet #11 on Monday

Johnny Chan will attempt to win bracelet #11 in the 10k Heads-Up Championship which is set to conclude on Monday.

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Phil Ivey Wins Again

Phil Ivey took down his seventh World Series of Poker bracelet just a few short minutes ago. This is the second WSOP bracelet that Ivey has won this year.

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Archie "The Greek" Karas In Contention For First World Series of Poker Bracelet

Can Archie Karas, who is a legend in Las Vegas for winning and losing $40 million dollars, capture his first WSOP Bracelet on Friday?

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Brock "t_soprano" Parker Wins $2,500 Limit Event; Negreanu Narrowly Misses Out on Fifth WSOP Bracelet

Brock Parker, also known online as t_soprano, won his first ever World Series of Poker bracelet on Sunday evening, outlasting a very game Daniel Negreanu.

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Daniel Negreanu Putting On a Clinic In The $2,500 Six-Handed Limit Hold'em Event

Daniel Negreanu will attempt to win his fifth World Series of Poker bracelet on Sunday at the final table of the $2,500 Limit Hold'em event.

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Phil Ivey Wins His Sixth World Series of Poker Bracelet

Phil Ivey captured his sixth WSOP bracelet on Thursday evening with a win in the $2,500 No Limit Deuce-to-Seven Event.

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Phil Ivey Makes Final Table of $2,500 No Limit Deuce-to-Seven Event

Phil Ivey will attempt to win his sixth WSOP bracelet on Thursday when the $2,500 No Limit Deuce-to-Seven final table takes place.

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World Series of Poker Update

Updates from the 2009 World Series of Poker. Updates on a number of different bracelet events which are currently underway.

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Isaac "luvtheWNBA" Haxton Leads $40k No Limit Hold'em WSOP Event Heading Into Final Table

Isaac Haxton, also known online as luvtheWNBA, is currently leading the $40,000 NLHE event at the WSOP heading into the final table.

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Justin "Zeejustin" Bonomo Leads $40k NLHE Event Heading Into Day 3

Justin Bonomo, also known as Zeejustin online, leads the 40k NLHE event at the 2009 World Series of Poker after Day 3 of the event.

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201 Players Turn Out for $40,000 No Limit Hold'em Event at the World Series of Poker

201 players have turned out for the first event at the 2009 WSOP that is open to the public - the 40k NLHE event.

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2009 World Series of Poker Betting Odds

Bodoglife is currently offering betting odds for the 2009 World Series of Poker.

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The World Series of Poker is Just Seven Days Away

The 2009 World Series of Poker gets underway in just seven days. Players from all over the world are currently converging on Las Vegas, all chasing their dream of becoming the next big thing.

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2009 World Series of Poker Schedule Released

The 2009 World Series of Poker schedule has now been released by Harrah's, and there are a number of changes compared to last year. The November Nine format will also return, with the winner of the main event being crowned on November 10th, 2009.

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World Series of Poker Final Table Delay Is Here To Stay

Ratings for the 2008 World Series of Poker final table were much higher than last year, virtually guaranteeing that the multi-month delay is here to stay.

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Peter Eastgate Wins! A World Series of Poker Main Event Champion is (Finally) Crowned

Peter Eastgate from Odense, Denmarket captured the 2008 World Series of Poker main event title earlier this morning, defeating Ivan Demidov in heads-up action.

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Peter Eastgate vs Ivan Demidov for the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event Bracelet on Monday

Peter Eastgate will do battle with Ivan Demidov on Monday as we finally crown the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event champion.

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It's Good to Be Ivan Demidov Right Now

Can Ivan Demidov pull off the improbable and take down the World Series of Poker and WSOPE main events in the same year?

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BoostedJ, Daniel Negreanu On Top of WSOPE Main Event After Day 3

A number of well-known pros, including Daniel Negreanu, Mike Matusow and Erik Seidel, are still alive in the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event.

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Justin "BoostedJ" Smith, Daniel Negreanu Lead WSOPE Main Event Heading Into Day 2

Justin "BoostedJ" Smith and Daniel Negreanu Lead WSOPE Main Event Heading Into Day 2

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Six World Series of Poker Main Event Champions Who Haven't Been Able (Or Wanted) To Duplicate Their Success

Six former World Series of Poker Main Event champions who haven't been able to duplicate their success.

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The Good and Bad From This Year's World Series of Poker



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Dennis Phillips Leading World Series of Poker Main Event Heading Into November Final Table



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Pokernews is Furious with Tiffany Michelle



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Tiffany Michelle Eliminated from the World Series of Poker Main Event



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Some of The Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2008 World Series of Poker (So Far)



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World Series of Poker Main Event Gets Underway



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Phil Hellmuth Jr. and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi Both In the Hunt For Bracelets on Tuesday



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Erick Lindgren Leads $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. Event Heading Into Final Day



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Nikolay Evdakov Cashes In Record Ninth World Series of Poker 2008 Event



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David Benyamine Wins His First WSOP Bracelet



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Mike Matusow Putting Together a Great World Series of Poker



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Dario Minieri Wins $2500 No-Limit Hold'em Six-Handed Event at World Series of Poker



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Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond Wins His First World Series of Poker Bracelet



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"Year of the Pro" Continues - Barry Greenstein, Kenny Tran Both Nab Bracelets



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Vanessa Selbst Will Try to Become First Multiple WSOP Bracelet Winner in 2008 on Sunday



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Mike "The Mouth" Matusow Wins His Third World Series of Poker Bracelet



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Can Erick Lindgren Become the First Multiple WSOP Bracelet Winner in 2008?



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Tom "durrrr" Dwan Makes First World Series of Poker Final Table



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Erick Lindgren Captures His First Ever World Series of Poker Title



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More Details Emerge Regarding the World Series of Poker Final Table Announcement



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World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table to Take Place in November



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Everest Poker to Replace Party Poker as WSOP Sponsor



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2008 World Series of Poker Schedule Released



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Annette "Annette_15" Obrestad Wins World Series of Poker Europe Main Event



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Why Jerry Yang Is Indeed the Worst Case Scenario for Online Poker Rooms



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Why Jerry Yang's World Series of Poker Win is a Disaster for Online Poker Rooms



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The World Series of Poker Final Table Is Set



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Vinny Vinh Misses Yet Another Day at the World Series of Poker



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Total Number of Entrants to This Year's World Series of Poker Starting to Come into Focus



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Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Roll into Vegas for the World Series of Poker



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The World Series of Poker Main Event Begins On Friday



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Should a Blind Poker Player Be Able to Participate in the World Series of Poker Main Event?



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Poker Prop Bets: The Comical Side of the World Series of Poker



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Is the World Series of Poker Really Just About Lining the Pockets of Harrah's?



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The Vinny Vinh Mystery Seems to Have Been Solved



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Phil Hellmuth Wins a Record 11th World Series of Poker Bracelet



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World Series of Poker Wrap-up: Week 1



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More on the Vinny Vinh Situation



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Where is Vinny Vinh?



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Steve "MrSmokey1" Billirakis Becomes Youngest World Series of Poker Winner Ever



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Harrah's Bans Richard "Quiet Lion" Brodie from their Casinos, World Series of Poker



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The World Series of Poker: So Far, a Comedy of Errors



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The World Series of Poker Begins Tomorrow



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Online Poker Rooms' Inability to Pre-Register Players for the World Series of Poker Will Greatly Affect the Turnout



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Party Poker to Sponsor 2007 World Series of Poker



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Will the Dealers Be a Problem at This Year's World Series of Poker



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The World Series of Poker Is Approaching: Are You Ready?



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World Series of Poker Madness is Almost Upon Us Once Again



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The History of the World Series of Poker



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The Events of the World Series of Poker



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The 2006 World Series of Poker Promises Thrills



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WSOP On TV: Prepare for the Influx of New Players



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Todd Witteles Wins 2005 WSOP Player of the Year Award



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The WSOP Favorite? My Money is on Ivey



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World Series of Poker 2005: How to Qualify



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Greg Raymer - Fossilman - wins 2004 World Series of Poker



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Chris "Jesus" Ferguson eliminated: WSOP Update



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Tuesday, 8 pm EST Chip Update



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WSOP Update: Graveyard of the "Pros"



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2004 World Series of Poker Final Event to Begin on Saturday, May 22nd



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World Series Final Event to Feature Upwards of 800 Online Qualifiers



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Harrah's acquires rights to the WSOP



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Future of WSOP in doubt; Federal Marshals Raid Binions



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WSOP 2004 Event Schedule Released



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Stu Ungar: WSOP Profiles



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Amarillo Slim: WSOP Profiles



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World Series of Poker 2004: How to Prepare



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World Series of Poker 2003: Final Results



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Chris Moneymaker, 27, Wins 2003 World Series of Poker



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World Series of Poker 2002 Championship Results



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World Series of Poker 2003 Coverage - Part 1



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