Sun rises on new WSOP Main Event Champion Martin Jacobson

It happened in the early hours of this morning, or the late hours of last night, or sometime around lunch depending on where in the world you were watching when Martin Jacobson won the WSOP Main Event. For the entire poker world was tuned into the final stages where, despite what were once overwhelm...more

by Stephen Bartley on November 12, 2014 5:30 AM

George Danzer wins WSOP Player of the Year

At one point last summer, you could have sat up late at night watching two of poker's finest gentlemen play Razz at the World Series of Poker. Brandon Shack-Harris faced off against Team PokerStars Pro George Danzer in a match that could've gone either way. Both men were having ridiculously good sum...more

by Brad Willis on October 16, 2014 7:08 AM

WSOP 2014: A record setting November Nine in place

And so it's all over. In the early hours of this morning the last hand of the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas came to an end. After ten days of play the "November Nine" are now known, at least by name. Their backgrounds and chances of success when they return in November will now be po...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 15, 2014 1:10 PM

WSOP 2014: All to be decided as Main Event approaches conclusion

After six days of play, spread out across ten days, the World Series of Poker Main Event has reached its final day. Of course we all know that there will be no winner today, and no actual conclusion to the drama that has filled the Amazon Room for so long. But that which transpires today will determ...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 14, 2014 1:27 PM

WSOP 2014: Poker community gathers to remember Chad Brown, and a game well p

Poker players usually make it their business to keep their emotions in check, but today that was different. In the place where he played his first World Series of Poker final table, friends and relatives of Chad Brown gathered at Binion's, in Downtown Las Vegas, to celebrate his life.Some came to ta...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 13, 2014 8:33 PM

WSOP 2014: Play continues as 79 turns to 27

It's the nature of the game that as things progress towards the business end of the tournament, its most exciting stage, the corridors become emptied of the bustle that once marked the start of the main event. Players busted just yesterday are probably already home, thousands of miles away from this...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 13, 2014 1:47 PM

WSOP 2014: Europe's most likely

At the start of our Main Event coverage we predicted success for several players who had demonstrated over the summer that they were in peak form, with big results over the summer. Well, they're all out now. But let's not dwell on the past. Let's instead look forward, at the current field and the po...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 12, 2014 7:00 PM

WSOP 2014: Requiem for the adult onesie

You've met the guy before. He's the one who has just gone bust at the table. He looks forlorn, lonely, and lost. Everyone looks at him expectantly, but no one can summon the courage to say, "Sir, it's time to go."Today, the WSOP Main Event field will lose more than two hundred players. Most of them ...more

by Brad Willis on July 12, 2014 5:00 PM

WSOP 2014: Looking back on a great PokerStars summer

The departure of Mathias de Meulder from the Main Event yesterday marked the official end of the summer for Team PokerStars Pro, as far as the World Series of Poker was concerned. De Meulder steered a short stack through as much of yesterday as he could, finishing in a well-earned 433rd place worth ...more

by Stephen Bartley on July 12, 2014 3:26 PM

WSOP 2014: 291 players set for long Day 5

Matthew Haugen sat down at the World Series of Poker Main Event's Day 5 with only one assurance. Holding 2.8 million chips at the 6,000/12,000/2,000 level, Haugen got to go to sleep last night knowing there was no one who could challenge his lead. He had around 11 hours to enjoy that before putting ...more

by Brad Willis on July 12, 2014 12:24 PM
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