Nov 25, 2014 |

John Eames Wins WSOPC Planet Hollywood Main Event, $289,706

John Eames is best known for his success on the European Poker Tour, with many wins and deep runs in side events, specializing in €2,000 ($2,560 USD) buy-in tournaments. Playing his first World Series of Poker Circuit event at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Eames earned the biggest cash of his tournament career, earning $289,706 […]

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May 7, 2014 |

Kevmath Approved: WSOP National Championship Contenders

The 22nd and final stop of the 2013-2014 World Series of Poker Circuit season takes players to Harrah’s New Orleans from May 8-19. There are two automatic entries into the $1,000,000-added WSOP National Championship: – the winner of the $1,675 Main Event held May 16 through 19 along with the Casino Champion, the player earning […]

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May 6, 2014 |

Eric Blair Wins WSOP Circuit Black Hawk Main Event & First Ring

Time is running out for players to qualify for the World Series of Poker National Championship but Eric Blair managed to snag one of the few remaining automatic bids by winning the WSOPC Main Event in Black Hawk Monday afternoon. Just five players returned for the final day of action at The Lodge Casino and Blair made […]

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Apr 29, 2014 |

Kyle Bowker Wins WSOPC Harrah’s Philadelphia Main Event for $115,920

The World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah’s Philadelphia Main Event benefited greatly from players trickling down from Atlantic City following the World Poker Tour’s season-ending World Championship with 328 entrants. After a relatively short final day Kyle Bowker walked away with $115,920, his first WSOPC ring and a seat to the National Championship in May. Joe Kuether […]

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Apr 1, 2014 |

Robert ‘Uncle Krunk’ Panitch Wins WSOPC St. Louis Main Event

Robert Panitch, better known to WSOP Circuit grinders as “Uncle Krunk”, outlasted Robert Edelstein to win the WSOP Circuit Main Event at Casino Lumiere in St. Louis Monday night. Outlasted is the operative word here. The heads-up battle between Panitch and Edelstein lasted just over 10 hours. Despite the long session, 62-year-old Panitch was more […]

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Feb 23, 2014 |

The Week That Was: Danielle Andersen Lands Team U Sponsorship

The Week That Was takes a look back at the biggest news in poker and Danielle “dmoongirl” Andersen landed a sponsorship with Ultimate Poker to become a part of Team U. BLUFF also tackled the 2014 World Series of Poker schedule with a Q&A with Executive Vice President Ty Stewart and Tournament Director Jack Effel […]

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May 25, 2013 |

Week That Was: WPT Championship & WSOP National Championship

The world of poker generated plenty of news this weekend with two season-ending premier events: the World Poker Tour $25,000 World Championship, the WPT $100,000 Super High Roller and the World Series of Poker held the WSOP Circuit season-ending National Championship in New Orleans. The full schedule of WSOP Europe was announced seven bracelet events […]

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May 21, 2013 |

Luke Graham Wins WSOPC Harrah’s New Orleans Main Event

The season-ending World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah’s New Orleans Main Event has wrapped up after four long days of action and Luke Graham walked away with the gold ring, $228,600 and the last automatic seat to the National Championship. The Main Event attracted a New Orleans best 762 players which created a prize pool […]

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May 16, 2013 |

The 2013/2014 WSOP Circuit Season Announced with 22 Stops

The World Series of Poker has announced the 2013/2014 WSOP Circuit schedule with 22 stops on the tour. The tour will return to many of the same popular locations from seasons’ past and have added two new stops in Ohio plus another stop north of the border in Montreal. Each stop will feature a 12 […]

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