25K Fantasy Coming Down to the Wire in the WSOP Main Event

The 25K Fantasy League isn't over yet, and the race is coming down to the wire in the 2015 WSOP Main Event.

1993 Main Event Champion Jim Bechtel Making a Run More Than Two Decades Later

1993 WSOP Main Event champion Jim Bechtel making a run in the big one again more than two decades later.

Roy Daoud Bubbles 2015 WSOP Main Event, Calls It "The Sickest Way to Go Out"

Roy Daoud bubbled the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event and called it "the sickest way to go out."

The Commissioner: Ben Keeline Organizes Big WSOP Last Longer Pools

"Last longer" side bets have been around forever, and Ben Keeline has taken the idea and run with it, organizing big pools for recent tournaments.

2015 WSOP Day 44: David Jackson Leads the Day 2c Pack; Ryan Riess Among the Big Stacks

Day 2c of the 2015 WSOP Main Event narrowed the total field remaining to 1,796 and not far from the top of leaderboard is 2013 Main Event champion Ryan Riess.

21-Year-Old Phenom Adrian Mateos Has One Shot This Summer, and He's Making It Count

Spanish phenom Adrian Mateos just turned 21. Now, he's making a strong surge on Day 2 of the Main Event, with nearly 300,000 on the last break.

Global Poker Index: Anthony Zinno Takes Over the Top Spot on the GPI

Anthony Zinno has been crushing the live poker scene all year and is now atop the Global Poker Index rankings.

888 Weekly: Jesse Sylvia and Sofia Lövgren Reflect on 2015 WSOP

Read about the 2015 World Series of Poker on the 888poker WSOP2015 blog.

Oldest Rounder in the Field, William Wachter, Still Grinding in Main Event at 94

At 94-years-old, William Wachter is by far and away the oldest player to register for the 2015 WSOP Main Event and is still in the thick of it on Day 2.

Where Are They Now: 2004 Poker Boom Breakout Gabriel Thaler

Whatever happened to Gabriel Thaler, who sprung to prominence at the 2004 World Series of Poker? We decided to find out.

Comparing the 2015 WSOP Main Event Payouts To Recent Years

PokerNews compares the payouts for the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event to those of past years.

WSOP Day 42: Main Event Winner to Earn $7.68 Million; Jacobson's Defense Ends

Day 42 of the 2015 WSOP saw the final Day 1 flight of the Main Event draw a staggering 3,963 players, the largest Main Event flight in WSOP history.

Hellmuth Versus Ivey: "The Toughest Table at the Whole World Series"

A sea of unrecognizable faces makes up most of the Main Event, but two legends of the game got seated together on Day 1c in the Pavilion.

Does Bagging the Chip Lead on Day 1 of the WSOP Main Event Translate Into Success?

Does bagging the chip lead on Day 1 of the Main Event actually translate into success? For Martin Jacobson, Joe Cada, and Ben Lamb, the answer is yes.

Bill Thomas Pauses Whiskey Hunt to Fire Main Event

Bill Thomas owns the largest whiskey selection in the Western Hemisphere, but he is on a two-week break from the whiskey hunting life to play at the WSOP.

WSOP Day 41: Main Event Keeps Going Despite Roof Leak; "Lucky 7s" Event Ends

Day 41 of the 2015 WSOP saw the final bracelet of the summer awarded and Day 1b of the Main Event get off and running, leaving just one flight remaining.

Kevin “Phwap” Boudreau to Play the WSOP Main Event and Star in Video Documentary

The 2015 World Series of Poker are going to celebrate one of the most emotional comebacks in poker's history, as Kevin "Phwap" Boudreau is joining the field of this year's Main Event.

New Jersey Online Grinder Connor Berkowitz Wins Lucky 7s No-Limit Hold'em for $487,784

The first ever Lucky 7s event at the WSOP was won by Connor Berkowitz, who grinds out a living playing online tournaments in New Jersey.

Case Closed: Anthony Spinella Wins First-Ever WSOP.com Online Bracelet Event

Former online tournament star Anthony Spinella won his first bracelet by taking down the first-ever WOP.com online bracelet event for $197,743.

German Superstars Turn to Fans as Paul Hofer Wins Little One for ONE DROP

German amateur Paul Hofer took down The Little One for One Drop in front of a host of his countrymen, including some of the game's high-rolling stars.