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Tag: Johnny Chan

Five Thoughts: California Bills Die, The Poker Hall of Fame, WPT and GPI, and More

Five Thoughts examines the two bills that fell short in California, the Poker Hall of Fame nomination process, and more.

Five Thoughts: A Look at the 2014 World Series of Poker November Nine

Five Thoughts examines the 2014 World Series of Poker November Nine, including Mark Newhouse and chip leader Jorryt van Hoof.

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.

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.

My First WSOP: Erik Seidel Meets Johnny Chan The Master in 1988

Erik Seidel's heads-up loss to Johnny Chan in the 1988 WSOP Main Event has become a part of poker lore. We sat down with Seidel to talk about his very first WSOP experience.

Five Thoughts: Selbst Locks Up Third Bracelet, Hellmuth Denied No. 14, and More

Vanessa Selbst and Brock Parker both captured their third career bracelet, while Phil Hellmuth was denied number 14.

Exclusive Book Excerpt: Moneymaker, Ivey, and the WSOP Hand That Changed History

In an excerpt from the book "The Moneymaker Effect," poker pros tell the story of the memorable hand between Phil Ivey and Chris Moneymaker from the 2003 WSOP. In...

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.

2014 PokerStars.net APPT Macau Main Event Day 1a: Box Xie Leads, Johnny Chan Out

Bo “Box” Xie leads after Day 1a of the 2014 PokerStars.net Asia-Pacific Poker Tour Macau Main Event.

Bernard Lee Poker Show Celebrates Seventh Anniversary

The Bernard Lee Poker Show celebrates its seventh anniversary with a group of World Series of Poker Main Event-winning guests.

Five Thoughts: The Argument in Favor of Super High Rollers and an Aussie Millions Wrap

Five Thoughts takes a look at the positives of super high roller poker tournaments and recaps the 2014 Aussie Millions.

Five Thoughts: Reentry Events, WSOP.com Rakeback Issues, Riess on Gameday, and More

Five Thoughts examines the sustainability of reentry poker tournaments, the WSOP.com rakeback drama, Riess' appearance on College Gameday, and more.

History of the World Series of Poker Part 1: How It All Began

The World Series of Poker began in 1970. In Part 1 of the WSOP's history, PokerNews takes a look at how it all began.

2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau Asia Championship of Poker Day 1a: Keith Ferrera Leads

Keith Ferrera leads 2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau Asia Championship of Poker as 77 players advance from Day 1a. Johnny Chan & Kenny Wong falls.

2013 WSOP Europe Day 8: Roger Hairabedian Defeats Erik Seidel Heads Up in Event #5

Roger Hairabedian defeats Erik Seidel heads up in Event #5 of the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe, becoming the first French player to win two bracelets and the first player to win two WSOPE bracelets.

2013 WSOP Europe: Phil Hellmuth Earns Historic 100th WSOP Cash

Phil Hellmuth earns his historic 100th cash at the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe.

2013 PokerStars.Net APPT Macau Asia Championship of Poker Preview

The second annual Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) is scheduled to kick off in a few days in Macau at PokerStars LIVE at the City of Dreams.

World Poker Tour Returns to Mainland China in November

The World Poker Tour will return to Mainland China for the 2013 WPT® National China Tournament.

Five Thoughts: Bredin Overcomes the Odds, Perkins Tweets, Ivey Acts Goofy, and More

In this week's Five Thoughts we discuss Jonno Bredin's incredible win, Bill Perkins' tweet, Phil Ivey's Vine, and much more.

A Year-by-Year Look at Greg Merson's WSOP Main Event Runs

Last year's WSOP Main Event champ, Greg Merson, is making another deep run in 2013 and is among the remaining 239 players.

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