This week at BLUFF, we bring you our top stories on location at the Borgata, where we’ve been covering the 2014 WPT World Championship.
We caught up with Byron Kaverman on the break, where he had just eliminated Eric Afriat and taken over the chip lead.
Recorded at the WPT Championship at Borgata. WPT President Adam Pliska and Hall of Famer Mike Sexton join the show as well as WPT Player of the Year Mukul Pahuja
Matt Stout can’t be bothered to split hairs over the WPT guarantee or to figure out where “home” actually is. He’s focused on winning this tournament.
Marvin Rettenmaier missed his first break when Lily Kiletto went into the tank on a river decision. His tablemates called the clock upon their return.
Will Failla is now a spokesman for Monster Headphones, and he has the sledgehammer to prove it. He hopes to see more big brands follow suit in poker promotion.
Both starting days are in the books and registration for the 2014 World Poker Tour World Championship is officially closed, with the future champion sitting somewhere among the 200 remaining players. Among those 200 players, Jason Koon stands heads and shoulders above the rest – and not just in a physical sense. Koon, who graced […]
We found Allen Kessler without a patch and asked him why he hasn’t been involved in Ivey League. He also shared opinions on tipping and Phil Ivey‘s pending case.
Abraham Korotki recently won the Borgata Spring Open, but perhaps is more notorious for winning a ladies event. He defends this decision and gives a shoutout to his Puerto Rican sisters.
3-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen is off to another strong year. He considers the possibility of getting into rap battling, perhaps against Matt Marafioti.
Phil Hellmuth discusses his mentorship of Greg Merson, laments that the Players Council may never happen if players don’t take action, and loves BLUFF’s new POY
Greg Merson admits that he didn’t see any benefit in being an ambassador before, but now accepts that promoting himself and the game is best for everyone.
Mike Sexton contends that games should run faster, and that it should not be the responsibility of the players to enforce this or engage in clock wars.
The controversial ruling that resulted in a reduced prizepool for 27 players has Matt Glantz concerned about player incentive to report cheating.