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Tag: Brandon Cantu

WSOP What to Watch For: David Williams Leads Omaha Hi-Low; Little One for One Drop Begins

David Williams and Jared Jaffee both lead small fields left in their respective 2014 WSOP events while the "Little One for One Drop" is set to start.

2014 WSOP Day 36: Daniel Colman Wins Big One for One Drop, $15.3M; Negreanu 2nd

Daniel Colman beat Daniel Negreanu heads-up to win the $1 million "Big One for One Drop" and a $15.3 million first prize, while Mike Kachan also won gold.

WSOP What to Watch For: Two Ladies Vie for Dealer's Choice Crown; Stein Eyes Bracelet #2

Two ladies are in contention for gold bracelets on Saturday including two-time winner Jen Harman. She highlights Day 26 of the World Series of Poker.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 11: Hellmuth Deep in Event #15; Kost Wins First Bracelet

Day 11 of the 2014 WSOP: Phil Hellmuth is making another run at bracelet No. 14, and Nick Kost secured his first.

WSOP What to Watch For: Seniors Rise Early, $10K Razz Starts, and Omaha Hi/Low To Conclude

Five events are on the schedule for Friday's Day 11 at the World Series of Poker, including the start of the Seniors event and the $10,000 razz.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 10: Volpe Defeats Negreanu for $10K 2-7 NL Title; Kolo Also Wins First

Two bracelets were won at the 2014 World Series of Poker on Thursday by Gregory Kolo and Paul Volpe, with Volpe outlasting Daniel Negreanu heads-up to win.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 6: Forrest Denies Hellmuth, Wins 6th Bracelet; Bolotin Wins 1st

Day 6 of the 2014 WSOP was highlighted by Ted Forrest's heads-up win versus Phil Hellmuth in the $1,500 razz event, giving Forrest his 6th career bracelet.

WPT Rolling Thunder Day 1b: Season X Player of the Year Joe Serock On Top

Day 1b of the WPT Rolling Thunder attracted 241 entries, brining the total field to 465 players and creating a prize pool of $1,488,000.

WPT Rolling Thunder Day 1a: Galen Hall Leads as 85 of 224 Advance

On Saturday, the Season XII World Poker Tour (WPT) Rolling Thunder kicked off as 224 players entered the Day 1a field.

World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris Day 1b: Hilmi Takes Overall Lead

The World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris continued on Saturday with Day 1b, and it will be Hicham Hilmi entering Day 2 as the overall chip leader.

2013 WSOP Europe Day 4: Johansson Leads Entering Event #2 Final Table, and More

Henrik Johansson leads the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe Event #2 final table, and Matt O'Donnell sits atop the counts after Day 1 of Event #3.

2013 WSOP Europe: Daniel Weinman Talks OFC, Poker With John Smoltz, and More

Daniel Weinman explains why he's the best open-face Chinese poker player in the world and talks about playing poker and golf with John Smoltz.

Global Poker Index: Cunningham, Cantu, Monnette, and Sexton Fall from the GPI 300

Allen Cunningham, Brandon Cantu, John Monnette, and Mike Sexton fall from the GPI 300

Five Thoughts: Donkey Bombing the World Series of Poker

Five Thoughts looks at Tom Schneider's second bracelet of the 2013 WSOP and the fourth of his career, and, as predicted, the Year of Canada.

Global Poker Index: Raskin Joins Top 10, Friends Benger and Anderson Ascend the Ranks

Micah Raskin joined the top 10 of the Global Poker Index this week, while friends Griffin Benger and Calvin Anderson made big jumps.

Global Poker Index: Top 10 Remains the Same, Darcourt Makes Largest Leap

The top 10 of the Global Poker Index top 300 rankings remains unchanged, while Guillaume Darcourt made the biggest leap.

Global Poker Index: Schemion Replaces O'Dwyer in Top 10, Negreanu Rockets to 24

Ole Schemion takes Steve O'Dwyer's spot in the top 10 of the GPI rankings, while Daniel Negreanu vaults to 24.

Global Poker Index: Rettenmaier Remains On Top, Shake Up Among the Top 10

Marvin Rettenmaier remains on top of the Global Poker Index top 300.

Global Poker Index: Mizrachi Cracks Top 10, Hellmuth and Negreanu Plummet

Michael Mizrachi cracks the top 10 of the GPI 300, while Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu plummet.

Five Thoughts: Determining The Best Poker Players

In this week's Five Thoughts, Rich Ryan examines a Twitter debate about ranking poker players and creates an impossible system named the Ivey Index.

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