Articles by: Thomas Keeling
Winning the WPT Monster Invitational wasn’t in the cards for Vanessa Selbst, but she’s pleased to have been invited. She contends that getting big brands involved is great for the game.
Scotty Nguyen is having a rough go of it in the Monster Invitational, but he’s not giving up, baby. He also shares his thoughts on this year’s Poker Hall Of Fame ballot.
David Williams explains what the made-for-TV Monster Invitational is all about, and Antonio Esfandiari reacts to the recent airing of Underground Poker.
The last time we spoke to Ray Qartomy was at the SHRPO, where he finished 4th. He is still confident at this final table, but admits the other players are very tough.
Bobby Oboodi has already won the Borgata Poker Open in 2011. With 14 players remaining, he has a chance to win the same event again, a feat never achieved on the World Poker Tour.
After suffering some minor setbacks early in Day 3 of the WPT Borgata Poker Open, Zohair Karim is now among the chipleaders. $843,744 buys a lot of pastries.
A brief look at BLUFF’s recent coverage of the WPT Borgata Poker Open.
The WPT Borgata Poker Open allows one reentry, which Mike Sexton is fine with. It’s the unlimited rebuys that he feels gives deep-pocketed pros an unfair advantage.
Ryan Riess has faced the ultimate pressure cooker in the WSOP Main Event. This experience has served him well and helps with leaving emotions at the door.
Jonathan Little has been teaching players how to improve at poker for years. He admits that while this may make some games tougher, it can be a positive outcome.
Dwyte Pilgrim has been hitting the gym, and it shows. He says it’s just another way of keeping his game sharp. He’s on his home turf still trying to make great things happen.
Fortunately, it turns out that the cause of James Woods collapsing in the Rio hallway was not a heart attack. He’s back in action at the WPT Borgata Poker Open.
In 60 seconds we review the events of Day 1A at WPT Borgata, which included talks with Amanda Musumeci, Will Failla, Matt Glantz, and chipleader Ben Bianco.
Will Failla fears that New York is primed to take over the east coast poker scene. He’s not too saddened by the prospect, as he lives in New York after all.