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Tag: michael mizrachi

Satellites Begin for Hybrid Structure $100,000 Poker Cup in Marrakech

The Es Saadi Casino in beautiful Marrakech, Morocco will be hosting one of the most expensive live tournaments in the history of poker...

The WSOP on ESPN: Day 5 a Battle between Poker Legends and Internet Superstars

ESPN's latest installment of the WSOP features Day 5 of the Main Event and focuses on Phil Galfond in a battle of old-school pros against new online superstars.

2010 WSOPE Event #3, Day 1c: Madsen, Matusow, Mizrachi All Fall Down

Another 185 players completed the star-studded field for WSOPE Event #3 on Day 1c on Sunday. Read on to find out who made it to Day 2 and which players hit the rail.

The WSOP on ESPN: In the Money

A recap of ESPN's coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event. This week, the money bubble burst, the top 747 players guaranteed at least $19,000 while many walked away empty-handed.

The Weekly Turbo: PokerStars NAPT LA Schedule, Mizrachi's Legal Woes, and More

If you're looking for the week's top poker news stories, you're in luck. We've got them all right here for you, including the NAPT LA schedule, Mizrachi's legal troubles, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Legal Troubles for Mizrachi, PartyPoker World Open Update, and More

In tonight's Nightly Turbo, we're bringing you the news on Michael Mizrachi's latest legal woes, an update from the PartyPoker World Open, and more. If you're headed to London for all the poker that is going on in...

The WSOP on ESPN: World Champions, November Niners, and One Very Controversial Hand

ESPN's coverage of Day 2b of the 2010 World Series of Poker aired Tuesday night. If you missed it, you missed a controversial hand that Prahlad Friedman played and more. Lucky for you, we didn't miss it and have your recap here.

Going GloBal: Estonia to Cyprus

Gloria Balding gives us the inside look at her travels around the world, covering all of your favorite poker tournament stops.

Full Tilt Poker Merit Cyprus Classic Day 1a: Chouity's Rockets Propel Him to the Top

Last year, poker history was made on the island of Cyprus when the first-ever international poker tournament was held. This year, there are hopes of going above and beyond by having the largest-ever international poker tournament on the island of...

The WSOP on ESPN: Cada and Moon Headline Day 1c and 1d

This week’s two-hour block of coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker featured two of last year’s breakout stars. We all knew Joe Cada would be back to defend his title, but did anyone count on Darvin Moon emerging from the Maryland woods to...

This Week in Tournament Poker: August 8-14, 2010

Much to the contrary of the virtual felt, there wasn’t much going on this past week on the live felt. Even despite big, prominent action, there were some notable names that stood alone in the winner’s circle. Wrapping up this past week are the...

The WSOP on ESPN: Matusow's Misdeal, Obrestad Ousted and More

“Here we go again,” Lon McEarchern announced as ESPN began its coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event. Although 7,319 players entered this year’s “Big One” and created a prize pool of $68,798,600, this week’s...

The Weekly Turbo: PokerStars European Poker Tour Announces New Stop, Liv Boeree Leaves UB, and More

Miss any news this week? We've got you covered with the top stories all nice and neat so you don't have to go searching for things. This week, PokerStars announced one of the missing stops the season seven schedule of the European Poker Tour, Liv...

The Nightly Turbo: Mizrachi Joins DeepStacks Live, Ivey's Still the Nuts, and More

Wondering how Michael Mizrachi won the Player's Championship this year and final tabled the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event? Well, Mizrachi has signed on as an instructor for the poker training site, DeepStacks Live. In other news, as if...

Off the Felt with Mark Vos

We like to catch up with the pros from time to time, to give you a little sneak peek into their lives. Our latest chat was with Full Tilt Pro Mark Vos. We found out how he's recovering from the 2010 World Series of Poker, what he'd be doing if he...

The WSOP on ESPN: Mizrachi Grinds to a Win in $50,000 Player's Championship

“The players, the players, the players…” It’s what poker television is really about, isn’t it? The cast of characters that gathers around the table determines so much of the viewing experience, and with this pointed introductory...

What Next? Five Predictions For the Rest of 2010

Although technically, we're more than halfway through the calendar year, the second half of the poker year really begins when the World Series of Poker is completed in mid-July. It's time to gaze into the crystal ball to see what we can expect on...

PokerNews WSOP Awards Part II: Surprises, Suckouts, Comebacks, and Player of the Year

Last week, we brought you the PokerNews Live Updating Team's take on the biggest break-out performances and greatest disappointments of the 2010 World Series of Poker. (In case you missed it, we DVRed the first half for you here.) We're back after...

As the World Series Turns: Heroes and Heartbreak on the Road to November

The Rio has closed its doors to the World Series of Poker until November. The tables are folded up and back in storage, the harsh florescent lights are packed away, and the Poker Kitchen's grease has gone to clog arteries elsewhere. Thankfully...

2010 World Series of Poker: Meet Your November Nine

The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table is set. Of the 7,319 players that took their seats in the Pavilion and Amazon Rooms inside the Rio Convention Center over the course of four Day 1 starts, only nine have survived, thus bringing...

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