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Five Thoughts: Bad Actors, Zinno Wins Again, Fish Defends His Turf, and More

Bad actors are no longer bad and Zinno wins another World Poker Tour title in this week's Five Thoughts.

Update on Doyle Brunson's Cancer Prognosis; Surgery Scheduled for March 2

According to his daughter, Pam, Doyle Brunson will have surgery to remove the growth & any lymph nodes on March 2nd.

Five Thoughts: The Banker Returns, New WSOP Payouts, and More

Five Thoughts talks Andy Beal's $5 million loss to Todd Brunson, the new WSOP Main Event payouts, Aussie Millions, and more.

Todd Brunson Purportedly Takes Andy Beal for $5 Million in Bobby's Room

Todd Brunson and famed Texas Billionaire Andy Beal purportedly played heads-up limit hold'em with $50K/$100K blinds in Bobby's Room. Each bought in for $5 million.

Five Thoughts: Jaka the Homeless Millionaire, Greenstein the Lowball Millionaire

Five Thoughts examines Faraz Jaka's homelessness, Barry Greenstein's $5 million win, and more.

PokerNews Did You Know: Negreanu, Rast, Gruissem, and Sands Chasing Lindgren's Record

Daniel Negreanu, Brian Rast, Philipp Gruissem, and David "Doc" Sands are in line to tie a record set by Erick Lindgren.

Five Thoughts: Adelson Receives Push Back, Somerville's Streaming, and More

Sheldon Adelson's latest attempt to federally ban online gaming has been met with opposition from the Republican Party.

Five Thoughts: One Drop Winner Colman Declines Media, Ivey Wins Number 10, and More

Five Thoughts examines Daniel Colman's decision to snub the media, Phil Ivey's 10th bracelet, and more.

Chad Brown: Playing The Hand He's Dealt

Chad Brown's fight with cancer has taken a turn for the worse, but he's playing the awful hand he was dealt with class.

Rapid Reaction: Phil Ivey Wins 10th WSOP Bracelet

Phil Ivey made history on Friday, earning his 10th career WSOP bracelet to tie Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan for second on the all-time list behind Phil Hellmuth.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 28: Mercier Grabs $50K PPC Lead; Morgan, McNiff Continue Epic Heads-Up

Four events were in action at the 2014 WSOP Monday, with Jason Mercier leading the $50K PPC and Jordan Morgan and Evan McNiff still battling for a bracelet.

WSOP What to Watch For: Galfond Goes for Gold; Hellmuth Top 10 in $10K H.O.R.S.E.

Five events are in action at the 2014 World Series of Poker today, with Phil Galfond going for a second WSOP bracelet and Phil Hellmuth alive for his 14th.

My First WSOP: Perry Green Talks About the Camaraderie and Staff from the Old Days

In this edition of PokerNews' My First, Perry Green talks about the camaraderie and staff from the old days of the World Series of Poker.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 3: Reparejo Wins Event #1; Selbst, Billirakis Aim for More Gold

One down, 64 to go. The first bracelet of the 2014 World Series of Poker was claimed Thursday afternoon while four other events were in action. Roland Reparejo (pictured) became the summer’s first champion yesterday afternoon, then the evening...

Thirteen and Counting: Hellmuth Plans on Winning 11 More WSOP Bracelets

The 2014 World Series of Poker marks the 25th anniversary of Phil Hellmuth's 1989 Main Event victory. In this in-depth feature interview, Hellmuth talks with Rich Ryan about his poker career and life throughout the past quarter century.

The 10 Most Important Poker Strategy Books Ever Written and Why They’re Special

Nolan Dalla discusses the 10 most important poker strategy books ever written and why they’re special.

Kinesh Pather Wins Tiger’s Poker Night presented by World Poker Tour

Tiger’s Poker Night presented by the WPT benefitting The Tiger Woods Foundation took place on Friday, May 16, drawing a who’s who in sports, tech and poker.

Greg Raymer: The Fossilman Excavates His Past and Looks to the Future

Ten years after his win, 2004 WSOP Main Event champion Greg Raymer opens up about all the ups and downs of the past 10 years, and what he looks forward to in the future.

The 10 Most Important Poker Books and Why They’re Essential

Nolan Dalla discusses the 10 most important poker books (non-fiction narrative) and why they’re essential.

Bernard Lee Captures First WSOP Circuit Gold Ring; Denies Alex Masek Ninth

On Thursday, May 1, 2014, long-time poker professional Bernard Lee captured his first World Series of Poker Circuit gold ring, defeating Alex Masek in heads-up play and denying the young star a record ninth ring.

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