With 17 players left in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, Matt Guan raised to 400,000 and Joe McKeehen three-bet him to 1,125,000. Daniel Negreanu looked down at A K in the big blind and four-bet to 2.6 million, Guan folded and McKeehen considered his options. After a brief pause, he made a […]
There are a lot of words you could use to describe Justin Schwartz’s presence in the poker world, that also apply to how he utilizes his Twitter account – controversial, polarizing, hard-hitting, and even nonsensical at times. He wears his emotions on his sleeve and doesn’t pull a single punch, but Schwartz’s life, unlike his […]
Andrew Moreno began Day 6 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event with 5.32 million – good for sixth place overall on the penultimate day of the summer. He’s a cash game player who’s carved out $142,932 in tournaments since 2007 and he’s in the driver’s seat of stack he feels is destined for the […]
The Old Course at St. Andrews has been home to Britain’s most prestigious golf tournament 28 times but this year marks the first time DraftKings has offered a daily fantasy player a chance to win $1 million by watching the tournament play out. The daily fantasy sports leader is offering a $3 million guaranteed prizepool for only a $20 […]
For all of the success, the close calls and finally a bracelet in 2014 at the World Series of Poker, Justin Bonomo had never cashed in the WSOP Main Event before the run he’s put together in 2015. Bonomo’s made the most of his first Main Event cash so far, and he more than doubled […]
A full summer at the 2015 World Series of Poker is time consuming and potentially exhausting, and players have to be very careful how they allocate their time. For many who’ve caught the daily fantasy bug over the last couple of years, it takes a lot of effort to maintain a balance between time spent […]
Alexander Turyansky was eliminated in tenth place in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event. Joseph McKeehen Zvi Stern Neil Blumenfield Max Steinberg Pierre Neuville Thomas Cannuli Patrick Chan Federico Butteroni Joshua Beckley
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 […]
Max Steinberg had a brutal table draw in Day 2 of the WSOPE Main Event. He hopes to survive to Day 3, and concedes the title of “Ivey Slayer” to Noah Schwartz.
The first World Series of Poker Mixed Max bracelet took place at the 2011 WSOP Europe in Cannes, and there’s been one such event at every subsequent WSOP series except for WSOP Asia-Pacific. That first tournament drew 125 players for a €10,300 buy-in, as Michael Mizrachi beat Shawn Buchanan in the heads-up finale to win […]
This past week a good number of top pros travelled to Europe to begin a long stretch of big buy-in tournaments but that didn’t stop the tournament action stateside. One WSOP Circuit event wrapped up, the Heartland Poker Tour crowned a new champion and just a few days later kicked off another event in Fresno. […]
A behind the scenes look at the photo shoot of this month’s cover subject, Max Steinberg.
Level 23 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event got underway with 137 players remaining and as the third level of Day came to a close the field had been trimmed down to the final 109. Chris Lindh stacked up the chip lead during Level 22 but fell from the top about an hour into the […]
Level 22 of the 2013 WSOP Main Event saw the end of one of the most incredible runs in Main Event history. Defending champion Greg Merson outlasted 6,185 more players in the Main Event before busting in 167th place. With his elimination Carlos Mortensen became the only former champ remaining in among the 137 players. […]