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Tag: WSOP

Off the Felt with Rayan Nathan

We sat down with Rayan Nathan recently to discuss his WSOP (and not all of it was spent in Las Vegas), November Nine predictions, and petanque (and if you don't know what that is, Google it). OK, we think that most people are finally just...

The WSOP on ESPN: Matusow's Misdeal, Obrestad Ousted and More

“Here we go again,” Lon McEarchern announced as ESPN began its coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event. Although 7,319 players entered this year’s “Big One” and created a prize pool of $68,798,600, this week’s...

Off the Felt with Arnaud Mattern

We caught up with Arnaud Mattern to discuss what he has done to cure the WSOP hangover all players get when the "summer of poker" is all said and done, where he's headed to next on the tournament circuit, and if he'd rather walk on crutches or...

The Nightly Turbo: WSOP Main Event on ESPN, Women in Poker Hall of Fame, and More

It's the week on ESPN you've all been waiting for - oh wait, college football season hasn't started yet. OK, so it's one of the weeks on ESPN you've all been waiting for, the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event coverage makes its debut tonight...

The Five Tournaments Every Poker Player Should Play

Having made my living off of tournament poker for five years now, I’ve witnessed some of the best and worst moments in poker history. The freezing tournament where it rained the whole time and the players check-called everything only to spike it...

Off the Felt with Sorel Mizzi

Sorel Mizzi is having a stellar year so far, and his poker calendar is packed with events. He gives us the scoop on where he's headed next, what he'd be doing if he wasn't a poker player, and more. What have you done to cure your post WSOP...

The WSOP on ESPN: Huck Seed Wins All-Star Tournament of Champions

We debated the format, cast our votes, watched it play out live at the Rio and last night, the revamped World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions finally had its premiere on ESPN. Poker fans determined 20 of the 27 members of the field, voting...

A Look at the Newly Resurrected WSOP Circuit

The World Series of Poker Circuit recently announced its revamped lineup of events that are slated to kick off August 19, 2010 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. With the new schedule come 12 stops leading up until the 2011 World Series of Poker in Las...

The Nightly Turbo: WSOP on ESPN, Martonas is Back, and More

Hope your weekend was as good as ours was. Wondering what's going on in poker? You've come to the right place. We've got a sneak peek at this week's coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker on ESPN. On top of that, Martonas has reappeared on the...

Off the Felt with Mark Vos

We like to catch up with the pros from time to time, to give you a little sneak peek into their lives. Our latest chat was with Full Tilt Pro Mark Vos. We found out how he's recovering from the 2010 World Series of Poker, what he'd be doing if he...

The WSOP on ESPN: Mizrachi Grinds to a Win in $50,000 Player's Championship

“The players, the players, the players…” It’s what poker television is really about, isn’t it? The cast of characters that gathers around the table determines so much of the viewing experience, and with this pointed introductory...

The Nightly Turbo: Bruce Buffer Wins Hustler Tournament, World Series of Poker Launches Facebook App, and More

In tonight's Nightly Turbo we've got the scoop on Bruce Buffer showing off his poker skills at the Hustler Casino in Los Angeles on Tuesday, the World Series of Poker has launching a Facebook app, and more. In Case You Missed It PartyPoker...

The Nightly Turbo: 2010 World Series of Poker on ESPN, Demspey Turns Red, and More

The Rio has shut its doors to the World Series of Poker, but don't think that its out of your life until November. ESPN's coverage of the 2010 WSOP gets underway Tuesday. James Dempsey is the latest pro to be added to Full Tilt Poker's Red Pro...

PokerNews WSOP Awards Part II: Surprises, Suckouts, Comebacks, and Player of the Year

Last week, we brought you the PokerNews Live Updating Team's take on the biggest break-out performances and greatest disappointments of the 2010 World Series of Poker. (In case you missed it, we DVRed the first half for you here.) We're back after...

PokerNews WSOP Awards Part I: The Summer's Brightest Stars and Biggest Disappointments

All summer, we watch the pros (and the dealers, of course) decide the fates of each player in the World Series of Poker. But now that it's over, it's our turn decide who wins. Check out PokerNews Live Updating Team's nominations for the WSOP...

As the World Series Turns: Heroes and Heartbreak on the Road to November

The Rio has closed its doors to the World Series of Poker until November. The tables are folded up and back in storage, the harsh florescent lights are packed away, and the Poker Kitchen's grease has gone to clog arteries elsewhere. Thankfully...

WSOP Rookie Roundup: Recapping a First Summer in Vegas

Back in May, PokerNews profiled eight players who would all be making their first foray into the World Series of Poker. Dan Kelly, Carter Phillips, Tom Marchese, Jim Collopy, Annette Obrestad, Jeff Sarwer, Ashton Griffin and Luke Schwartz were the...

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars New CEO, WSOP November Nine Odds, and More

Wondering what's going on in poker today? Well we're here to tell you. PokerStars has appointed a brand new CEO, and we've got your November Nine odds. Go ahead, read on, you know you want to find out more.

2010 World Series of Poker: Meet Your November Nine

The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table is set. Of the 7,319 players that took their seats in the Pavilion and Amazon Rooms inside the Rio Convention Center over the course of four Day 1 starts, only nine have survived, thus bringing...

Corporate Mansions Brings the Luck

We've been telling you for the past seven weeks, that Corporate Mansions' Tuscany Estate played house for some of the PokerNews Team. Not only did Team PokerNews stay there, but some of poker's top players shacked up inside the Las Vegas Country...

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