Sarah Herring, Sasha Salinger, Jeff Platt and Will Shillibier show you some of the footage that ended up on the cutting room floor of the 2018 World Series of Poker. This video also gives you a little taste of the gag reel which includes appearances Phil Hellmuth, Brandon Shack-Harris, Shaun
Michael Dyer put in an incredible performance at the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Although he admits that he did not watch the coverage because he prefers a simple kind of poker and being present at the table. He will take home $3,750,000 for his efforts at the Rio this summer.
In the early hours of July 14 the field was whittled from 6 to 3. The first to bust was Aram Zobian followed by crown favorite Joe Cada. The chip lead shifted several times after that point, but eventually Nicolas Manion exited in 4th place and the Final 3 players
Twitter Exploded during the Joe Cada vs Tony Miles bust out hand in the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Many people speculated that seven minutes was an excessive tank. Some insisted Miles should have snap-folded. And Others were certain it was a snap-call. What do you think? To read the Hand
With 5 left in play, Joe Cada is the short-stack. But when Jeff Platt was at the Caesars Sports Book they were asking for approval to take bets with Cada at 4-1! Do they know something we don’t know? Sarah Herring talks to Cada, Platt and Remko Rinkema about this
It seems like the whole poker world is screaming Cada, Cada, Cada! Sarah Herring explores the Amazon Room and scrolls through Twitter to see what this Cada Hype is all about. Cada’s girlfriend explains the shirts his rail is wearing in honor of his dog and what else…biscuits. For more
There are only six players left in the 2018 WSOP Main Event and they are all guaranteed $1,800,000. The remaining players share about their experience and what they are hoping for tomorrow. Hear from John Cynn, Aram Zobian, Tony Miles and Michael Dyer. For more on the Main Event, live
Shaun Deeb has literally been racing between tables as he multi-tables events on the hunt for the 2018 WSOP Player of the Year Title. Although it isn’t going to be easy with John Hennigan currently leading the way. Sarah Herring talks to him on a break from the $10K 6-Max.
Sarah Herring talks to players, media, coaches and fans about the Final Nine Players at the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Joe Cada, Artem Metalidi, Nicolas Manion and Aram Zobian talk about what they have been doing since play ended last night and how they feel coming in. Solve 4 Why
In years past we had a few days to familiarize ourselves with the Final Nine players at the Main Event Final Table. There was no time for that so Sarah Herring gives a little bit of background on each of the players sitting down at the Amazon Room WSOP Main
After an incredible last hand the Final Table of 2018 WSOP Main Event is set and Nicolas Manion was launched to the top of the leaderboard. Unfortunately he sent Yueqi Zhu out as the official bubble boy and left Antoine Labat short. But every player still in is full of
After a dramatic summer at the 2018 WSOP Phil Hellmuth captures bracelet number 15 in Event #71: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em. He acknowledges the Main Event drama but shares how is doing everything he can to make up for that and make good on it. Hellmuth shares what this bracelet means
Johny Cynn opens up about his thought process when Ryan Phan 4-bet him and he was looking down at Cowboys. Sarah Herring also talks to him about busting the WSOP Main event in 2016 but stay tuned for that part of the video. Share: Facebook Twitter Google+ Linkedin Source
Joe Cada is poised to make headlines. He won the WSOP Main Event in 2009 and was the youngest player at the time to ever win the Main. He could be the only player since Stu Unger to win multiple Main Events. He could be the first player since Greg
Sarah Herring has all the details as the WSOP Main Event returns with only 26 players. Joe Cada is looking to be the first two time Main Event Champion since Stu Unger. John Cynn busted in 11th place last year and is desperate to make the Main Event Final Table.
Kelly Minkin bust the 2018 WSOP Main Event in 50th place. But she is no stranger to being the last woman standing. She was also the last woman in 2015. She explain to Sarah Herring that she feels good about her play but mostly she feels great about all the
Bart Lybaert took 3rd in the Marathon earlier this summer and is now in the middle of the quintessential marathon, the WSOP Main Event. On Day 6 he is chipping up and happy to be moved away from Dutch players he knows. Sarah Herring also talks to him about some
Global Poker What 2 Watch 4: WSOP Main Event Day 6, Sarah Herring breaks down the players to watch and the stories emerging from Day 6 of the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Will someone pull a Mark Newhouse and make back-to-back WSOP Main Event Final Tables? Will the 2009 Champ
Sarah Herring puts Jeff Gross to the test, something like the NewlyWed Game. In this edition of the WAG Diaries, where WAG stands for Wives and Girlfriends, Herring asks Emilia Gross a series of questions and then asks Jeff what he thinks Emilia would answer. Does Jeff live up to