Tristan Wade is happy to have made Day 3, but he’s not celebrating just yet. He thinks poker players tend to get too emotionally attached to the Main Event.
In general, Jason Koon doesn’t concern himself too much with day-to-day chipcounts. He knows that tournaments are swingy. Still, he humors us by crunching the EV of Ivey’s stack.
Bruce Buffer is a regular at the WSOP and a familiar sight in the Main Event. He doesn’t play much online since he resides in LA, but hopes to see legislation soon.
Dough is sponsoring Faraz Jaka, who comments on the reaction to orange stress pucks. He also shares insight on the value of a big stack early in the Main Event.
Kevin Pollak managed to get his golden ticket to the WSOP Main Event at the 11th hour. He describes his experience so far and humors our request for poker player impressions.
Craig Casino and Stan Jablonski are in a back and forth battle for the all-time HPT cashes record. It’s a friendly rivalry, and both players are taking a shot at the WSOP Main Event.
Jeff Madsen likes to joke around on social media, recently claiming to be playing the Ladies Event and to have been banned from the WSOP for betting actual pot in PLO.
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 Bach, for the most part, seems content with how the WSOP is run. However, he does offer some critiques on scheduling, structures, and logistics.