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2016 WSOP Day 22: Second Bracelet for Glaser, First for Zaichenko

Day 22 of the 2016 WSOP saw two bracelets won, plus Jason Mercier and Ian Johns staying hot.

2016 WSOP Day 21: Two More Take Gold, Two Events Nearing Finishes

Day 21 of the 2016 WSOP saw two more winners crowned while a third event was whittled to three.

2016 WSOP Day 11: Two Bracelets, Millionaire Maker Payouts, and Lederer's Return

Day 11 of the WSOP saw two bracelets awarded and the return of Howard Lederer.

Reviewing This Year's 25K Fantasy Teams

Donnie Peters takes a look at the 2016 25K Fantasy league and its teams.

Hollywood Screenwriter Carol Fuchs Wins the $1,500 Dealers Choice

Hollywood screenwriter Carol Fuchs took down the 2015 WSOP Event #52: $1,500 Dealers Choice Saturday, becoming this first woman to win this year and denying the event's inaugural champion his bid to repeat.

Robert Mizrachi Looking to Repeat with 11 Remaining in the $1,500 Dealers Choice

Just 11 players remain in the 2015 WSOP Event #52: $1,500 Dealers Choice with defending champion Robert Mizrachi second in chips. The event played down from 75 to 11 Friday with Matt Szymaszek taking the overnight chip lead.

Mike Gorodinsky Wins the 2015 WSOP $50,000 Poker Players' Championship

Mike Gorodinsky won poker's most prestigious title early Friday morning, taking down the 2015 World Series of Poker's $50,000 Poker Players' Championship, the "David 'Chip' Reese Memorial Trophy that comes with it and his second WSOP bracelet.

An Emotional David Baker Looks To Etch His Name On the Chip Reese Memorial Trophy

An emotional David "ODB" Baker talks about his quest for the ultimate title in the World Series of Poker $50,000 Poker Players' Championship.

2015 WSOP $50,000 Poker Players' Championship Final Table Preview

PokerNews previews the final table for the 2015 World Series of Poker $50,000 Poker Players' Championship.

Anthony Zinno Goes Back-To-Back for Third WPT Title By Winning L.A. Poker Classic

Anthony Zinno goes back-to-back and wins 2015 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic Main Event for third WPT title.

Shak Over Klodnicki

Chris Klodnicki raised to 1,500 from the cutoff and found a call from Dan Shak in the small blind. The two took a flop of and Shak check-called a continuation of 1,500. Fourth street was the and Shak checked again.

Positively Fifth Street

Noted poker author James McManus is here taking part in the Main Event and is chatting it up with his table mates about his hometown of Chicago.

Thaker Busts Klodnicki

No-Limit Hold'em We arrived to find Chris Klodnicki and Haresh Thaker looking down at a board of . Klodnicki checked over to Thacker who bet 3,000 from the button. Klodnicki came over the top with a raise to 14,000 and Thaker called.

Acker & Klodnicki Stay Alive

With a board reading , Timothy Acker bet 2,000 from the big blind and Chino Rheem called. Chris Klodnicki then raised all in for 3,900 total, which prompted Acker to three-bet all in for 5,200.

Pair of Nines for Kassela

David Benyamine raised to 1,500 and Frank Kassela called before Chris Klodnicki three-bet the hijack to 6,000. Byron Kaverman made the call from the button as Benyamine and Kassela called also.

Mosseri Draws Four, Busts Two

2-7 Triple Draw John Monnette moved all in for 6,000 on the button, Abe Mosseri called, and Chris Klodnicki moved all in for 31,000 out of the big blind. Mosseri called.

Two Limit Hold'em Hands Feat. Chris Klodnicki

Limit Hold'em On a flop of , Chris Klodnicki check-called a bet from Calvin Anderson. He then did the same on the turn before checking for a third time on the river.

Mr. Anderson

Razz Chris Klodnicki: / / Calvin Anderson: / / Klodnicki fired out a bet on fourth street, Anderson called, and the 2014 WSOP bracelet winner called another bet on fifth.

Klodnicki Takes from Benson

Limit Hold'em Gary Benson raised on the button, Chris Klodnicki defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Klodnicki checked, Benson tossed out a bet, and Klodnicki check-raised.

More for Brunson

Stud Doyle Brunson's mounted quite a comeback in the last level, as he's back up to 190,000 chips. On seventh street, Brunson bet and Chris Klodnicki tanked for quite awhile before making the call.