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Seiver Wins $700K On Day 2 of Super High Roller Cash Game; Kirk Bluffed Big By Robl

One of the toughest cash game line-ups in recent memory took to the felt at the ARIA for Day 2 of the Super High Roller Cash game.

The Five Biggest Hands from Day 2 of the Super High Roller $400/$800/$200 Cash Game

Have a look at what we deemed to be the five most notable pots from Day 2 of the Super High Roller Cash Game.

Seiver Gives Up

Andrew Robl opened for $2,500 and got three-bet to $8,500 by Patrik Antonius. Scott Seiver made it $24,000 to go from the button and Robl called. Antonius decided to let them duke it out heads up, and the flop came .

Jennifer Tilly Says She's Got Nothing to Prove, Defends Antonius Poker After Dark Hand

Academy Award nominated actress and WSOP Ladies' Event champ Jennifer Tilly says she has nothing to prove making it all the way to 14th in Event #32.

Ivey, Juanda, and Moneymaker Headline Those Absent from 2015 WSOP

Phil Ivey, John Juanda, and Chris Moneymaker headline those absent from the 2015 World Series of Poker.

BlogNews Weekly: Veldius, Antonius, and Kings of Vegas

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and partypoker.

Throwback Thursday: Patrik Antonius & Baby Mila

Amanda Leatherman interviews Patrik Antonius and his baby Mila in 2008.

Another High-Stakes Tennis Match with Patrik Antonius and Brandon Adams On the Way

Although Patrik Antonius recently busted from the €10,600 Main Event, there's plenty more events for him to get in on, like the one-day €50,000 Super High Roller.

The Ladies Dethrone King Antonius

We missed the elimination of Patrik Antonius, but upon hearing of his demise we made our way over to his former table to garner some details.

Antonius Loses One

With 2,000 in the pot and a board reading , Patrik Antonius bet 1,000 from the small blind and then called when his middle-position opponent raised to 2,800.

“Worst-First” Thinking in Poker: How Much Is It Costing You?

Are you gripped by "worst-first" thinking at the table? That is, in hands you tend to think of the worst-case scenario first? Learn to avoid such timidity.

Five Thoughts: Ivey Loves Crown, Aussie Millions Wraps Up, WSOP Schedule, and More

Ivey wins again at the Aussie Millions, Yong ships the $100K, the World Series of Poker releases its 2015 schedule, and more.

The Online Railbird Report: Blom Week's Biggest Loser; Antonius Misses High Stakes Poker

"JayP-AA" finished as the biggest online winner of the week with $204,576 in profit, while Viktor "Isildur1" Blom dropped $116,597 to finish as big loser.

2015 Aussie Millions Main Event Day 2: Suchanek Still Leads; Ivey and Barer Advance

Jan Suchanek leads again after Day 2 of the Aussie Millions Main Event. Phil Ivey and defending champ Ami Barer also advance.

Antonius Bluffs to Bust

Just before the break, Patrik Antonius left the building after bluffing off his stack to Michael Addamo, who leapt up to 290,000 chips.

2015 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge Day 2: Schemion Tops Final Table; Seidel Third

Ole Schemion leads the final eight players in the 2015 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge.

Enter Antonius

Patrik Antonius has entered the tournament.

The Online Railbird Report: Kibler-Melby Wins Big, Ivey vs. Thuritz, and More

Cort “thecortster” Kibler-Melby was the week’s biggest winner with $479,492 in profit from 2,353 hands spread across 17 sessions. Meanwhile, Ivey lost big.

Phil "Polarizing" Ivey Down Over $500,000 in December

Phil "Polarizing" Ivey is down over $500,000 so far in December.

Gus Hansen Returns to Action on Full Tilt and Earns Small Win

Gus Hansen has won $56,560 since his return to action on Full Tilt.