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Five Thoughts: Too Late for Lederer, Twitter Beefs Heat Up, and SCOOP Booms

In this week's Five Thoughts, read about Howard Lederer's letter, Twitter beef, and the PokerStars SCOOP.

One Penny Turned Into $192K: Andrew Jankowski Wins WPT National Nottingham Main Event

Andrew Jankowski topped a field of 886 players to win the WPT National Nottingham's $192,210 first-place prize.

$1 Million Guaranteed WPT National UK Heads To DTD

There's a $1 million guaranteed WPT National event at Dusk Till Dawn this week. Click to read more.

World Poker Tour Releases Full Schedule for Season XV

Season XV of the WPT will feature 20 tournaments on the Main Tour, ending with the Tournament of Champions.

Andjelko Andrejevic Wins World Poker Tour Amsterdam Main Event for €200,000

Andjelko Andrejevic won the 2016 WPT Amsterdam €3,300 Main Event for €200,000.

Anthony Zinno Eliminated in 3rd Place (€90,460)

On the button, Andjelko Andrejevic opened for 225,000 holding . Small blind Anthony Zinno shoved all in for 1,785,000 with the . Thinks were looking bleak for him though, as big blind Tomas Fara woke up with in the big blind.

Andjelko Andrejevic Leads World Poker Tour Final Table

Late last night the final table of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam was reached when Joep van den Bijgaart made his departure in 7th place. The final 6 return to the Holland Casino Amsterdam felt at 2pm local time (in about 90 minutes).

Anthony Zinno Makes 2016 WPT Amsterdam Main Event Final Table Going for Fourth Title

Anthony Zinno made the final table of the 2016 WPT Amsterdam Main Event looking for his fourth tour title.

Andrejevic Leads Final Table, Anthony Zinno Goes for Fourth WPT Title

Day 3 of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam €3,300 Main Event started out with 39 players, while only 36 would get paid.

Zinno and Ramos Finish in Top 10 After Day 2 of 2016 WPT Amsterdam Main Event

Anthony Zinno and Felipe Ramos finished in the top 10 after Day 2 of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam Main Event.

Italy's Tommasino Leads After Day 1b of the 2016 WPT Amsterdam Main Event

Italy's Marco Della Tommasino led the way after Day 1b of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam Main Event.

Threes Don't Work for Yachou

World Poker Tour Amsterdam and WPT Tournament of Champions winner Farid Yachou busted yesterday after pushing the action with and running them into . Just now, he again lost chips with treys.

Robert Soogea Wins 2016 WPT Amsterdam High Roller for €150,000

Robert Soogea has won the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam €6,000 High Roller for €150,000.

Who'll Be Back For More?

In 4 hours time (2pm local time), Day 1b of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam will commence. Like yesterday's Day 1a, another 9 levels are on the schedule. Players once again will start with a 30,000 bank, with blinds starting at 50/100.

2016 WPT Amsterdam Main Event Kicks Off and Piet Bakker Leads After Day 1a

After Day 1a of the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam Main Event, Piet Bakker led the way.

[VIDEO] Catching Up With Tony Dunst in Amsterdam

Just last week WPT Raw Deal host Tony Dunst finished sixth in the WPT Canadian Spring Championship Montreal Main Event for C$51,400, and now he's in Amsterdam to chase another deep run.

Fast Busts Boeken With Set Over Set

Noah Boeken, the first ever Dutch EPT champion and victorious in Holland's biggest tournament the MCOP back in 2013, has just departed the WPT Amsterdam Main Event. His chips are now in possession of his former neighbor Dietrich Fast.

Balls of Steel for Refos

As we arrived the turn was already out in a hand between Gerard van Veen (under the gun) and Raoul Refos (late position), with the board reading . Van Veen checked and Refos answered with a bet of 5,100. Van Veen called.

Live Poker in May: The Best Low Buy-In Events in Europe

Want to play some live poker? Check out the best live poker tournament in May in Europe.

Are You Ready for WPT Amsterdam at Holland Casino?

The WPT Amsterdam €3,300 Main Event kicks off on May 10, 2016, and PokerNews will be there for coverage.