Apr 24, 2014 |

RunGood Gear Can Fill Your Closet with Wearable Poker Clothing

We’ve all gotten the unwearable poker shirt from Grandma at Christmas that she found at her local department store – usually featuring some variation of flames or quad aces or both. It was a nice thought from her, but there is a thin line between wearable and would-never-be-caught-dead-in-it poker clothing. Fortunately RunGood Gear was created […]

Read More

Dec 30, 2013 |

The Year That Was: November 2013

Another calendar year is in the books and when the poker world looks back at 2013, they’ll see the first steps taken towards the return of online poker in the U.S, a dominating performance from Daniel Negreanu and the dominance of German players in High Roller events around the world. Every day until the end […]

Read More

Nov 22, 2013 |

By The Numbers: Philipp Gruissem – High Roller Master

The poker world is full of facts, figures, stats and records. With so many numbers being crunched day in and day out, sometimes it is tough to see what they all add up to. That is why BLUFF brings you some of the more interesting numbers related to the big tournaments, big stories, and big […]

Read More

Nov 10, 2013 |

The Week That Was: Ryan Riess Wins WSOP Main Event

The Week that Was highlights the biggest news in poker of the week. Ryan Riess winning the World Series of Poker Main Event dominated the headlines with the 23-year-old’s $8.3 million win. Also, New Jersey issued approvals for real-money online poker to some operators. Ryan Riess Wins the 2013 WSOP Main Event Ryan Riess entered […]

Read More

Nov 6, 2013 |

Ryan Riess Within Reach of 2013 WSOP Main Event Title

Ryan Riess and Jay Farber slowed down for just a few moments on the heels of two explosive hands which saw pots in excess of 50 million. Riess held a slight chip lead with 102 million to Farber’s 88 million. Farber’s rail chanted “Six high” in reference to Farber’s big bluff and Riess’ rail responded […]

Read More

Nov 5, 2013 |

How and Why Amir Lehavot was Eliminated in Third Place

Amir Lehavot arrived at the final table second in chips, and though he took a slight chip lead very early on at the final table and held on for a third place finish, he never seemed to gain any momentum. Lehavot lost two key pots that ultimately lead to a crippled stack. He took the […]

Read More

Nov 5, 2013 |

How and Why Sylvan Loosli Was Eliminated in 4th Place

Sylvain Loosli returned to the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event sixth in chips with 19,600,000. The first couple of hours Loosli didn’t play many hands and dipped as low as around 10 million but after the third elimination he put his stack in play more often. Loosli picked up two […]

Read More