Apr 14, 2015 |

Jordan Spieth’s Big Win at 21 Not That Uncommon in Poker History

On Sunday golfer Jordan Spieth became the second 21-year-old golfer to win the Masters Tournament in Augusta. Spieth’s performance tied him with Tiger Woods as the only 21-year-old winners and tied Woods’ course record 18-under par. Spieth’s performance included a course-record 28 birdies and he became just the fifth player to lead the event wire-to-wire. Spieth, who won’t turn […]

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Apr 27, 2014 |

Germany’s Hendrik Latz Leads After EPT Grand Final Day 1B

Day 1B has come to a close at the EPT Season 10 Grand Final Main Event in Monaco with 427 entrants cut down to 252 after eight levels of play. German Hendrik Latz leads the field with 191,600 in chips and will begin Day 2 as the overall leader. Latz doesn’t have any major titles to his name and […]

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Jul 14, 2013 |

Rustom Leads at the End of Day 5, Glazier Last Woman Standing

Players began the final level, Level 25, of Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event with 89 players and by the time the lights dimmed in the Amazon Room a mere 68 remained. Sami Rustom bagged with the chiplead, packing away 7,005,000 for the night and Jackie Glazier became the last woman standing. Annette Obrestad […]

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Jul 14, 2013 |

Glazier, Obrestad and Bust Outs Highlight Day 46 Photo Blog

Throughout the 2013 WSOP, BLUFF’s wsop Photo Blog brings all the action from the Rio. Whether it’s action on the felt or a sneak peak behind the scenes, BLUFF is bringing it to you in full color. (Unless the photo looks cooler in black and white) Day 46 saw the Main Event field get whittled […]

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Jul 13, 2013 |

Level 21 Ends With 180 Players, Jon Lane Out in Front

Two hundred thirty seven players returned for Day 5 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event but by the time the tournament clock ran out on Level 21 only 180 remained. There is still a chance for a repeat Main Event champion to emerge as 2001 winner Carlos Mortensen and defending champion Greg Merson are still […]

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Jul 12, 2013 |

The 2013 WSOP Main Event Hits the Money, Farzad Bonyadi Bubbles

The 2013 WSOP Main Event returned for Day 4 with 666 players all with one thing on their minds – the money bubble. Just 18 eliminations stood between all of the returning players and earning a cash in the most prestigious tournament in the world. After 70 minutes of play and three rounds of hand-for-hand play, Farzad […]

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Jul 9, 2013 |

Day 2A and 2B Underway, Chris Moneymaker First Big Casualty

The 584 players who survived Day 1A on Saturday and the 1,296 players who made it through Day 1B on Sunday are playing their Day 2 at the 2013 WSOP Tuesday, but they’re not playing together. The survivors from each starting day will remain segregated through the five levels of play Tuesday with all three […]

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Mar 13, 2013 |

EPT: Pasi Sormunen Ends Day 3 With Chiplead in London; 32 Left

Finnish pro Pasi Sormunen holds the chiplead going into Day 4 at EPT London. (Photo c/o Danny Maxwell/PokerStars Blog) Day 3 at EPT London was a study in contrasts as play alternated between a blisteringly fast pace and an almost motionless crawl. After all was said and done 32 players made it through to Thursday, […]

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Mar 10, 2013 |

EPT: Marc-Andre Ladouceur Leads London Main Event

Marc-Andre Ladouceur finished atop a loaded field. (Photo c/o PokerStars Blog) The PokerStars European Poker Tour rolled into London for the ninth straight year and Day 1a of the £5,250 ($7,457) Main Event attracted 236 players. After eight levels of play Marc-Andre Ladouceur ended as the chip leader of 135 survivors with 163,500. Adria Balaguer […]

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Jul 9, 2012 |

WSOP Main Event Day 1C Level 3: 2012 Field Size at 6,598

Antonio Esfandiari was Awarded his Check for ONE DROP in Brasilia (Heather Borowinski Photo) We are through three levels and off to dinner here at the 2012 World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event on Day 1C. Official numbers were announced just before the break began. There were 3,418 players participating on Day 1C, and […]

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