The 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event finally got off started for Phil Hellmuth at the last possible second, as he was the 6,417th player of 6,420 to enter this event. Hellmuth’s trademark late entrance came without the fanfare of years past and he had to stand in the late registration line just like […]
Day 1C of the main event was a madhouse, as most players decided to pass on the first two days. Melanie Weisner speculates why, and explains how she gets out of funks.
David Miscikowski won Event 49 at the 2014 World Series of Poker, taking down $719,707 and the bracelet in the $5,000 No Limit Hold’em event – but Norbert Szecsi didn’t make it easy. Szecsi, a 2013 WSOP bracelet-winner in his own right, pushed Miscikowski to the brink several times during their five hours of heads-up […]
The atmosphere at the 2014 World Series of Poker is growing day by day, with the two biggest tournaments of the summer looming in the coming weeks. The ESPN crew was in the building to start setting up for Sunday’s $1 million Big One for One Drop, the $1,500 Monster Stack brought back a massive […]
Just yesterday, it was the Monsters that were everywhere; in the hallways, packing the parking lot, and filling up the rooms. Friday at the Rio saw a different kind of take-over. Normally in the minority as the World Series of Poker, women are sometimes forced to give up their bathroom in the main hallway on the […]
Melanie Weisner adopts a high-variance strategy to combat Bill Chen‘s analytical approach to Guess Who.
Melanie Weisner finds herself with a lot of chips, a great table draw, and an exciting atmosphere on Day 3 of the Main Event.
For the first time since the 2013 WSOP Main Event got underway all of the remaining players are all playing on the same day. The 1,742 players who survived from Day 2A, 2B and 2C started Day 3 spread across the Pavillion, Brasilia and Amazon rooms. It took less than one level of play for […]
The poker landscape has seen a litany of changes in 2012, and as the year winds toward a close it’s once again time for the BLUFF Reader’s Choice Awards. Your votes will decide the winners in 14 unique categories covering all of the players, personalities, locations and content the poker world has to offer. The two […]
Amanda Musumeci won her first WSOP Circuit ring this week in Hammond, Indiana There was tournament action going on in all of the corners of the United States and even from locales as far away as South Africa. For some of the higher profile tournaments going on in the world this week, a common theme […]
Ryan Price is leading the final 27 at WPT South Africa with 753,000 (Photo courtesy of WPT) The World Poker Tour Emperors Palace Poker Classic has played all the way down to the final 27 players in Johannesburg, South Africa and Ryan Price is on top with 753,000. Price came from far down the leaderboard […]
Sunil Devachander is at the top after Day 1B at WPT South Africa with more than 200,000 (Photo courtesy of WPT) Day 1B at the World Poker Tour Emperors Palace Poker Classic in Johannesburg, South Africa is in the books and a total of 222 players have entered the $3,600 No Limit Hold’em Main Event. […]
Dominik Nitsche is leading the field after Day 1A at the World Poker Tour South Africa stop (Photo courtesy of WPT) The World Poker Tour held its first Main Event in South Africa beginning on Monday and Day 1A of the Emperors Palace Poker Classic attracted 74 players. Thirty-four of them survived the day and […]
Antonio Esfandiari was in the Middle of Things Tonight (Heather Borowinski Photo) Day 2C at the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event has come to a close and the surviving players are bagging up their chips for the night. Big names near the top of the leader board include Matt Woodward, Ben Lamb, Burt […]