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Previous Best Finishes for the Final 69 in the 2015 WSOP Main Event

PokerNews takes a look at the final 69 in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event to see who has cashed before and who hasn't.

Full Circle: Kristy Moreno Sweating Her Husband Deep in Main Event

Being around the poker industry for years doesn't make it any easier for Kristy Moreno to sweat husband Andrew as he makes another deep run in the Main.

72-Year-Old Pierre Neuville Leads Final 69 in 2015 WSOP Main Event; Negreanu Alive

With just 69 players remaining after Day 5 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event, Belgian Pierre Neuville led the way. Daniel Negreanu remained in contention.

Anton Morgenstern Getting the Second Chance of a Lifetime

After a big collapse in the 2013 WSOP Main Event, Anton Morgenstern is back and getting the second chance of a lifetime.

Phil Hellmuth Says “I Inspire Hundreds of Millions of People”

Phil Hellmuth says he "I inspire hundreds of millions of people all over the globe" and accepts the responsibility.

Sports Reporter Jeff Platt Looking to Win Main Event and Promote Poker Best He Can

Jeff Platt, a sports reporter from San Antonio, is deep in the Main Event for the second straight year. He wants to win so he can promote the game.

Soccer Star Neymar Stops By WSOP Main Event In Support of Brazil

Soccer superstar Neymar stopped by the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event to support friend Felipe Ramos and other Brazilians still alive.

What To Watch For, WSOP Main Event Day 5: Eyes On Negreanu, Summer of Hastings, & More

Here's what to watch for heading into Day 5 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event.

2015 WSOP Day 46: Negreanu Knocks Out Hellmuth; McKeehen, De Silva Joust for Lead

On Day 46 of the 2015 WSOP, the Main Event field dropped to just 237 contenders. Find out who the leaders are and which big names fell.

First-Time WSOP: Insurance Salesman Alan Wentz Spikes Royal Flush to Climb the Counts

Ohio insurance salesman Alan Wentz is playing in his first-ever WSOP Main Event, and things couldn't be going any better.

Making the Mulligan Count: 2014 WSOP Main Event Bubble Boy Zhen Cai Cashes in 2015

Zhen Cai busted on the stone bubbled of the 2014 Main Event but was fortunate enough to win a three-way high-card drawing for a seat in 2015.

East Coast Grinder Joe McKeehen Out to Early Chip Lead on Day 4 of WSOP Main Event

With approximately 400 players remaining in 2015 WSOP Main Event, East Coast tournament grinder Joe McKeehen has seized the chip lead.

Ultimate Railbird: For 10 Years, Paul Gilbert Has Seen It All at the WSOP

Most familiar faces at the WSOP belong to famous players. Paul Gilbert may be a railbird, but he's as omnipresent as some of the biggest names in the game.

What To Watch For, WSOP Main Event Day 4: Oldest Entrant, Last Year's Bubble, and More

Here's what to watch for heading into Day 4 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event.

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.