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Tag: WSOP

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...

2010 World Series of Poker Day 48: Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi Headlines November Nine

Day 8 of the World Series of Poker Main Event is all over but for the shouting and the celebrating. The action during the course of these two weeks has been fast and furious enough to raise a few eyebrows, but Day 8 was a much different, much...

2010 World Series of Poker Day 48: Cheong and Nguyen Surge to Chip Lead

A total of 78 players -- all survivors of six days' worth of poker -- arrived at noon Friday with hopes of continuing their long and winding World Series of Poker journeys. They were the final standing from the starting field of 7,319, and all had...

As the World Series Turns: Main Event Search for November Sweeps Storylines

It's all Main Event all the time at the Rio these days. We've survived most of the season and made it to poker's November sweeps. Or at least, it's time to write the big stories that will carry us through four long months all the way to the...

2010 World Series of Poker Day 47: Jorgensen leads, Mizrachi close behind

Leading the 78 remaining players in the race for the November Nine at the World Series of Poker on Day 7 will be Danish poker pro Theo Jorgensen. After ending Day 5 near the top of the leaderboard, the Dane was able to stay strong throughout Day 6...

2010 World Series of Poker: Michael Mizrachi Takes Main Event Chip Lead

It's fairly safe to say that it's been a World Series of Poker to remember for the Mizrachi brothers, and now the most well-known of the foursome, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi has taken the chip lead of the WSOP Main event during Day 6...

2010 World Series of Poker Day 46: Evan Lamprea Leads; Theo Jorgensen's Close Behind

Day 5 of the 2010 World Series of Poker came to a close after the elimination of 368 November Nine hopefuls, and when the final hand was dealt and completed for the night it was Evan Lamprea who had the biggest stack, with a total of 3,569,000 to...

$6,000 in WSOP Reporting Freerolls on PokerStars

To celebrate PokerStars' sponsorship of PokerNews' coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker, we're bringing you a series of freerolls with a total of $6,000 up for grabs. There are three freerolls total, each with $2,000 added to the prizepool...

2010 World Series of Poker: A Chip and a Chair Brings Gualter Salles from 1,000 to 425,000

Former IRL and CART driver, Team PokerStars Pro Gualter Salles was down to just one single, solitary, lonely yellow 1,000 chip Wednesday afternoon at the World Series of Poker Main Event. Salles has since turned his 1,000 into 425,000. The...

The Nightly Turbo: World Poker Tour Bellagio Cup VI Update, Ted Forrest Wins $2 Million Prop Bet, and More

The World Poker Tour's Bellagio Cup VI is rolling right along and some of the late entrants yesterday didn't let a shorter chip stack hinder the situation, Ted Forrest, Mike Matusow, and Justin Smith were involved in a prop bet that started in May...

2010 World Series of Poker Day 45: Tony Dunst Gunning For November Nine with Day 4 Chip Lead

With every passing day of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event we get closer and closer to the November Nine, and after Day 4 of play, Tony Dunst is currently in the best possible position to get there, leading the tournament with over 1.5...

2010 World Series of Poker: Main Event Bubble Bursts

After three-and-a-half days of play the World Series of Poker Main Event bubble officially burst Tuesday night, and 747 of the 7,319 players that entered were all at least $19,263. The unfortunate bubble boy was Tim McDonald, who does not go home...

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