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2015 WSOP November Nine: Max Steinberg Parlays DraftKings Qualifier Into Final Table

2015 World Series of Poker November Niner Max Steinberg turned a $27 DraftKings daily fantasy sports qualifier into a final table seat.

WSOP On ESPN Kicks Off in Two Weeks; Poker to Compete with Monday Night Football

ESPN rolled out the coverage plan for the 2015 WSOP, with Sunday and Monday night slots on ESPN and ESPN2 getting the majority of the play.

Phil Ivey Files Countersuit Against Borgata Regarding $9.6M in Baccarat Winnings

Phil Ivey countersues Borgata claiming the casino destroyed a deck of cards used in baccarat games where he won $9.6 million utilizing edge-sorting.

Daniel Negreanu Falls to the Ground as His November Nine Dream Shatters

It would've been huge for poker to have Daniel Negreanu reach the WSOP Main Event final table, but it all ended in 11th place.

Erasmus Morfe’s WSOP Main Event Cinderella Story Ends in 19th Place

The Cinderella story that was Erasmus Morfe ended in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event with a 19th-place finish.

Daniel Negreanu Busts in 11th Place in the 2015 WSOP Main Event (Update: 12:20 a.m.)

Follow Daniel Negreanu's progress towards the 2015 WSOP Main Event final table on Day 7.

Phil Hellmuth Says “I Inspire Hundreds of Millions of People”

Phil Hellmuth says he "I inspire hundreds of millions of people all over the globe" and accepts the responsibility.

2015 WSOP Day 46: Negreanu Knocks Out Hellmuth; McKeehen, De Silva Joust for Lead

On Day 46 of the 2015 WSOP, the Main Event field dropped to just 237 contenders. Find out who the leaders are and which big names fell.

Ultimate Railbird: For 10 Years, Paul Gilbert Has Seen It All at the WSOP

Most familiar faces at the WSOP belong to famous players. Paul Gilbert may be a railbird, but he's as omnipresent as some of the biggest names in the game.

Where Are They Now: 2004 Poker Boom Breakout Gabriel Thaler

Whatever happened to Gabriel Thaler, who sprung to prominence at the 2004 World Series of Poker? We decided to find out.

Inside Gaming: Graham Reintroduces RAWA to Senate, Big May for Nevada, DraftKings Partners with ESPN

Lindsey Graham reintroduces RAWA in the U.S. Senate, Nevada has a booming May, the AGA wants to audit casinos, and DraftKings and ESPN announce partnership.

Poker Central to Provide 24/7 Poker Coverage by the End of 2015

Poker Central announced its plans to launch a new poker channel to provide 24/7 poker coverage.

Five Thoughts: Golf and Poker, Irish Poker Open Slow Roll, and More

Comparing professional golf to poker, examining the Global Poker League, dissecting the Irish Poker Open slow roll, and more.

2015 WSOP National Championship Series July 23-August 2 at Harrah’s Cherokee in NC

2015 WSOP National Championship series announced for July 31 to August 2 at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina.

The Rise of the Risk Society and the Pokerization of America

Dr. Aaron Duncan of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers an essay highlighting rise of risk in society, something he calls the Pokerization of America.

Inside Gaming: Nevada Sportsbooks Readying for Action on Super Bowl XLIX

Last year's Super Bowl was record-breaking both in terms of amount wagered and profits for Nevada sportsbooks. Will Super Bowl XLIX match its success?

Daniel Negreanu Supports Bringing NHL Franchise to Las Vegas

Will Daniel Negreanu help bring an NHL team to Las Vegas?

Five Thoughts: Coren Mitchell Leaves PokerStars, Jaffe Trolls Again, and More

Five Thoughts examines Vicky Coren Mitchell's departure from PokerStars, Jonathan Jaffe's trolling, and more.

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: Martin Jacobson Wins the 2014 WSOP Main Event, and More

On Tuesday, Martin Jacobson became the first Swedish-born player to win the World Series of Poker Main Event, defeating Felix Stephensen heads up to earn $10 million.