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After a stellar season competing in multiple World Series of Poker events including two bracelet wins, Shaun Deeb claimed the WSOP Player of the year award. The New York poker pro faced stiff competition over the summer but by the end of the race, he had separated himself with a significant lead over the rest
Run It Up VII has almost run its course. The series of tournaments will conclude with several side events, but the majority of the action is now in the books. Walking away with titles, and trophies, are two of poker’s most recognizable figures – Jeff Gross and Matt Stout. Gross is known for his poker
Bernard Lee, poker pro and host of his own Bernard Lee Poker Show on PokerNews, took a trip to Lake Tahoe this past weekend and it was time well spent. Lee took down the WSOP Circuit Harvey’s Lake Tahoe $400 NLHE event, earning $11,456 and his second WSOPC ring. The victory almost didn’t happen. Lee
The annual World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) is well underway. It began on October 9, offering millions of dollars and gold bracelets in the 10 games put on the schedule. In a first for the US poker field, not a single US player has been able to capture a title so far, with eight
The World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOP) Circuit Horseshoe Hammond Main Event wrapped up on Monday, having attracted 1,094 entries for the $1,700 tournament. 25-year-old Zachary Schneider overcame a number of obstacles to pick up his first WSOPC gold ring and a nice pot worth $302,492. Following his victory, The Illinois native told reporters, “I
Shaun Deeb wanted to participate in the WSOPE series for one reason- to become this year’s WSOP Player of the Year (POY). At the rate he is going, his chances of fulfilling his dream are all but locked in. The WSOPE, which is being held at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic, wraps up
The Card Player Poker Tour (CPPT Big Poker Oktober Main Event wrapped up yesterday following some heavy-hitting action at the final table. Overcoming a field of 524 entries, Californian poker player Steve Jun emerged victorious, taking the title and a top prize of $149,733. Prior to the windfall, he had only earned $4,300 in four
The CPPT Big Poker Oktober Main Event is now in full swing and the pressure is beginning to build. The tournament completed Day 1B yesterday, drawing 143 players – almost double the amount seen on Day 1A. 14 levels of action helped thin the herd by 25% and, by the time the day was done,
888 broke from its usual scratch-card promotional style to launch a new promotional strategy this week. The brand announced Wild Hunt, a twice-daily tournament with a secret prize pool. The new promotion comes amid declining online poker revenue at 888. The Wild Hunt promotion is planned to run through the beginning of December. Distinctly different