Harrah’s Entertainment will supply nearly-live streaming of every final table at each of the 58 bracelet tournaments of the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Read the schedule here.
That’s it – we’re down to the final six at the World Poker Tour Championship’s $25,000 buy-in event following five days of play at The Bellagio in Las Vegas.
California Senator Lou Correa has amended his bill SB40 in extra effort to have the state “quickly secure potential online poker revenues before the opportunity is lost”.
The 220 entrants have been whittled down to just 15 at the World Poker Tour Championship’s $25,000 buy-in event after four days’ play at The Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Despite last month’s decision by the DoJ to close some of the biggest online poker sites, WSOP organisers stay positive on player numbers for the World Series of Poker.
Having started with 220 players at The Bellagio in Las Vegas, the poker tournament now has 52 remaining poker players, with Swiss-based Lebanese star Sam el Sayed – who won last November’s WPT Amneville event in France – leading on 1,107,000 chips.
Wesley Nobels has won the Mediterranean Deepstack Poker event by seeing off 149 other competitors at the Grand Casino in the Slovenian coastal town of Portoroz.
A major controversy has erupted during the World Poker Tour Championship’s $25,000 buy-in event with an alleged cheat, German Ali Tekintamgac, being allowed to take part at The Bellagio in Las Vegas – angering many of the world’s leading players.
Jason Mercier took the top freeroll prize of €50,000 worth of tournament buy ins for the PokerStars European Poker Tour Season 8.
PokerStars announced that they have returned more than $100 million to US poker players from its past US-facing operations and continues to service requests following the Company’s agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice on April 20th that allowed US customers to cash out their balances.
Venezuelan Ivan Freitez yesterday picked up €1.5million after winning the inaugural EPT Grand Final event in Madrid by seeing off 685 other competitors.
European Poker Tour (EPT) Player of the Year Fernando Brito aims “to do it again” next year following a series of spectacular performances during Season Seven.