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Tag: WSOP

Matt Stout Goes for World Series of Poker Gold While Giving Back

Matt Stout is chasing down his first World Series of Poker bracelet. He's also starting his own charity tournament series.

Rapid Reaction: Calvin Anderson Breaks Through at the WSOP

Considered one of the best online poker players in the world, Calvin Anderson broke through on the live felt by winning his first World Series of Poker bracelet. It's Getting Better All the Time: Anderson has cashed at least once every year...

Greg Merson Departs from Ivey Poker

Greg Merson, winner of the 2012 WSOP Main Event and two gold bracelets, has left Ivey Poker.

VIDEO: Sam Trickett Talks Macau Cash Games, English Football, and Betrayals

Sam Trickett will join PokerNews and the Global Poker Index for a Google Hangout on Monday, June 16 LIVE from the Rio in Las Vegas.

WSOP What to Watch For: Silver Seeks Gold in $10K 6-Max; Joe Cada, JC Tran Contend

2014 WSOP Day 21 will see six events in action, with the final day of the $10K NLHE Six-Max grabbing headlines as Max Silver leads a packed group of 13.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 20: Calvin Anderson Snares Stud Hi/Low; Pierre Milan Wins One for France

Online star Calvin Anderson and Frenchman Pierre Milan won their first WSOP gold bracelets in a busy day at the 2014 World Series of Poker on Sunday.

My First WSOP: Erik Seidel Meets Johnny Chan The Master in 1988

Erik Seidel's heads-up loss to Johnny Chan in the 1988 WSOP Main Event has become a part of poker lore. We sat down with Seidel to talk about his very first WSOP experience.

WSOP What to Watch For: Ted Forrest Tries for Bracelet #7

Ted Forrest looks to chase down his seventh World Series of Poker bracelet on Sunday. His resurgence headlines Day 20 of the 2014 WSOP.

The WSOP Isn't the Only Game in Town -- Take a Look at the Vegas Cash Game Scene

Where do poker players go for the best cash games in Las Vegas? We traveled around town to check out the best games.

He's Back! Kevin Boudreau Returns to the Felt at the WSOP

Exactly one year after suffering a severe medical condition, Kevin "Phwap" Boudreau returned to the WSOP on Saturday and even finished third place in a sit-and-go.

Interview: Mike Matusow Implodes After "Excessive Celebration" Penalty at WSOP

Mike Matusow was penalized for "excessive celebration" deep in an event at the 2014 World Series of Poker. We spoke with "The Mouth" about the ruling and how it affected his play.

WSOP What To Watch For: Poker Antiheroes Dutch Boyd, Chino Rheem Chase Gold

Poker pariahs Dutch Boyd and Chino Rheem are among those playing for bracelets on Day 19 of the 2014 World Series of Poker.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 18: Six-Max Star Kevin Eyster Collects First Bracelet

Kevin Eyster and Andrew Rennhack won bracelets on Day 18 of the 2014 World Series of Poker.

WSOP What to Watch For: Friday the 13th a Lucky Day for Eyster or Neuville

Kevin Eyster and Pierre Neuville will finish heads-up play in Event #24: $5,000 Six-Handed NLHE, one of six events on the 2014 WSOP schedule today.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 17: John Kabbaj Wins Event #25, Captures Second Career Bracelet

John Kabbaj captured his second career World Series of Poker bracelet on Thursday in one of five different events in action.

World Cup Fever Hits the World Series of Poker

The World Cup begins on Thursday in Brazil. Excitement is building around the tournament, so we asked several poker players for their predictions. (On his choice to come to this Rio and not Rio de Janeiro): It’s my job...

WSOP What to Watch For: Seidel Spies Number Nine; Jarvis, Merson, Hellmuth Bracelet Hunting

Erik Seidel leads for the finale of Event #25 as he seeks a 9th career WSOP bracelet, while Matt Jarvis, Greg Merson, and Phil Hellmuth also seek gold.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 16: Erik Seidel Leads Final of Omaha/Stud; Matt Jarvis Ahead in Six-Max

Erik Seidel and Matt Jarvis positioned themselves on Wednesday to go for more WSOP gold while Phil Hellmuth is also alive in his event.

Americans Dominating the 2014 World Series of Poker

With 23 of the 65 2014 World Series of Poker (WSOP) events completed, American poker players are dominating the country rankings with the most cashes and bracelets.

Spanish Poker Pro Tomeu Gomila: "Playing at the WSOP is Like Being in Another World"

"I still remember the knot I have felt in my stomach when I entered that enormous room filled with thousands of players."

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