Jul 5, 2015 |

Cary Katz Puts Players First in Super High Roller Bowl

The logistics of setting up a $500,000 tournament are staggering, but the first ever Super High Roller Bowl went through its three days without a single major hitch. Most importantly, the players were happy with how everything played out on the table, and most of the 43 who bought in went out of their way […]

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Jul 5, 2015 |

Brian Rast Wins Inaugural Super High Roller Bowl, $7.5M

Brian Rast has had some tremendous success in the poker world, but the number of opportunities any poker player has to win $7.5 million in one tournament are extremely limited, to say the least. Rast took full advantage, surviving a rollercoaster ride of a final table on the way to ultimately defeating Scott Seiver heads-up […]

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Jun 22, 2015 |

Pescatori Makes it 2 Two-Time Winners in 2 Days, $50K Kicks Off

A crazy weekend at the 2015 World Series of Poker came to a close with two memorable final tables. Max Pescatori made it two repeat 2015 winners in as many days, Brazilians nearly literally tore down the Mothership in excitement and the $50,000 Poker Players Championship kicked off. Add in a tournament appearance by Doyle […]

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May 29, 2015 |

Ari Engel Thinks WSOP Allowing Chops Would Make Compelling TV

Ari Engel is one of the busiest players in poker today. He has nearly $2 million in tournament earnings and is on the road playing nearing constantly. Engel stepped away from the tables for a few moments to shed some light on why he travels so much and what the World Series of Poker could do to help players. […]

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May 27, 2015 |

Young Gun Urbanovich Hard Pressed to Hold POY Lead Through WSOP

The 2015 World Series of Poker opens its doors Wednesday and Dzmitry Urbanovich holds a record-high points total in the 2015 BLUFF.com Player of the Year race but is too young to play in Las Vegas. Urbanovich has 888.53 POY points, the highest anybody has had through May over the last three years. Steve O’Dwyer is also ahead […]

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