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2016 WSOP Day 2: Colossus II Begins and an Employees Event Champ is Crowned

The 2016 World Series of Poker continued on Thursday with the start of the first open bracelet event of the summer and the conclusion of the $565 Casino Employees No-Limit Hold'em tournament.

David Hubbard Wins Final WSOP Circuit Main Event of the Season in New Orleans

David Hubbard won the final WSOP Circuit Main Event of the season in New Orleans.

Thinking of a Seniors Event? Tips to Make it Fun and Profitable

Seniors events provide opportunities for fun (& potentially profitable) experiences for those who qualify. They also present specific strategic challenges.

In Too Deep: A Big Pot With One Mediocre Pair Early in a Tournament

Conventional wisdom says avoid playing big pots early in tourneys, especially with less-than-strong holdings -- a spot in which Mo Nuwwarah found himself.

Maurice Hawkins Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is

For tournament players who have plied their trade in the poker rooms of Florida, the East Coast, or along the World Series of Poker Circuit during the last decade, the sound of Maurice Hawkins' voice has probably provided a steady...

Caught Off Guard: Three-Betting Without a Plan

Mo Nuwwarah looks at a preflop situation from a WSOP Circuit Main Event where after reraising an opponent he was unsure what to do when the player shoved.

Five Thoughts: High Roller Records, Chino Rheem's Credit Score, and DP on TV

In this week's Five Thoughts, Marty Derbyshire is back eating some crow on Maurice Hawkins and talking Chino Rheem.

When the Math is Close: Call or Fold Versus a Tough Pro?

Mo Nuwwarah reviews a decision whether or not to call or fold versus Ryan Tepen's reraise-shove of a short stack late in a WSOP Circuit event.

Hawkins First To Go Back-to-Back on WSOP Circuit After Winning Cherokee Main for $279K

Maurice Hawkins became the first player to win back-to-back WSOP Circuit main events after taking down Cherokee and Council Bluffs.

Former WPT Champ Stan Weiss Wins 3,067-Entry WSOPC Event

Former WPT champ Stan Weiss took down a 3,067-player field at WSOP Circuit Harrah's Cherokee for $158,768.

Global Poker Index: O’Dwyer On Top Again; WPT Seminole Cashers Move Up

Steve O'Dwyer remains the highest-ranked tournament player in the world for a 15th-straight week according to the Global Poker Index.

Five Thoughts: The GPL Picks Paul, The WPT Juices the Pot, and Polk's Legacy Changing

In this week's Five Thoughts, Marty Derbyshire talks Aaron Paul to the Global Poker League, Monster offering a Corvette, and more.

Maurice Hawkins Wins WSOP Circuit Council Bluffs Main Event for 6th Ring and $113,152

Maurice Hawkins won the WSOP Circuit Main Event at Horseshoe Council Bluffs for $113,152.

Global Poker Index: High Roller Successes Help Tom Marchese Return to Top 10

While Steve O'Dwyer stays atop the Global Poker Index rankings for a 13th-straight week, Tom Marchese cracks the top 10 for the first time over four years.

Jonathan Duhamel Signed by Quebec's Casinos as WSOP Circuit Set to Return

Jonathan Duhamel signed by Quebec's casinos as WSOP Circuit set to return.

Valentin Vornicu Wins Eighth WSOP Circuit Gold Ring; Now Tied with Engel and Reslock

Valentin Vornicu won his eighth World Series of Poker Circuit gold ring to close out the tour's stop at The Bicycle Casino.

Joseph Cappello Wins WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event for $292,500

Joseph Cappello topped a field of 894 to win WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Baltimore Main Event for $292,500.

WSOP Global Casino Championship to Run August 9-11 in Cherokee

The WSOP Circuit will conclude at Harrah's Cherokee in August with the $1 million Global Casino Championship.

Antonio Esfandiari Tops Jamie Gold, Tough Final Table for first WSOP Circuit Ring

Antonio Esfandiari won his first WSOPC event, besting Jamie Gold in the $1,675 Main Event at the Bicycle Casino.

Robert Kuhn Picks Off Bluff-Shove To Win WSOP Circuit Harrah's Atlantic City Main Event

Robert Kuhn wins 2016 World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah's Atlantic City $1,675 Main Event for $122,098.