Ben Lamb has flown half way across the world from the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas to Jeju, South Korea for the Triton Super High Roller Series. The opening tournament for the series is Short Deck Ante Only. Lamb has never played
Gabe Patgorski is one of four poker players that made day 2 of the Triton Super High Roller Series Short Deck Ante Only Poker Event in Jeju, South Korea. His interest in short deck poker speaks to his love for gambling on and off the poker table. Sasha Salinger asks
The summer at the Rio during the 2018 World Series of poker was full of emotion, fun and history making moments. Have a looks at some of the wildest moments, the most important bracelets and the funniest events. See Phil Hellmuth win his 15th Bracelet. Justin Bonomo kicks off the
Last time I decided to play another ring event at the Rio and sure enough at the end of the day, I built up quite a stack and made it to day 2 with the chip lead. In this episode I try to make history and go for my first
The $1 Million buy-in Big One for One Drop has a winner! Justin Bonomo defeated Fedor Holz and takes home $10 million and the special World Series of Poker bracelet. This win secures Justin Bonomo’s place on top of poker’s all time money list. He eclipses Daniel Negreanu who formally
After a roller coaster final table, Dan Smith ends up with a 3rd place finish in the WSOP $1 million Big One for One Drop event. Smith bested fellow final tablemates Byron Kaverman and Rick Salomon to take home $4 million. Sasha Salinger asks Dan Smith the story behind his
Sasha Salinger brings your 888 Update on Day 2 of the $1 Million Big One for One Drop World Series of Poker tournament. Two players forfeited their $50,000 registration fee by "no-show"ing the event and anther big name is surprisingly missing from the field. Sasha also exposes which big name
David Einhorn is one of 9 players remaining in the $1 million buy-in "Big One for One Drop" World Series of Poker tournament. First place is $10 million. Friend and poker player Jonathan Little has been on the rail of the event watching hands and coaching Einhorn through the event.
Normally, the Chainsaw Report is Allen Kessler’s outlet to rant about tournament structure and other grievances in poker. For the finale episode of The Chainsaw Report World Series of Poker: Season 2, Kessler praises several poker players and talks about who he finds to be the best players in poker.
PokerNews catches Jason Koon on the first break of Day 2 of the $1 Million Big One for One Drop. Jason Koon has cashed for over $11 million since August 2017. What has he changed about his game? Is he grinding away online? What is the secret to improving his