All The Latest News from the 2015 WSOP
Now Live SHRS $500,000 Super High Roller BowlWSOP 2015
All The Latest News from the 2015 WSOP


The Second-Guessing Game: Key Decisions from WSOP Main Events (2007-2014), Pt. 2

With the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event starting this weekend, PokerNews looks back at key hands from the previous eight WSOP Main Events.

The Second-Guessing Game: Key Decisions from WSOP Main Events (2007-2014), Pt. 1

With the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event starting this weekend, PokerNews looks back at key hands from the previous eight WSOP Main Events.

Standing After Betting: A Potential Poker Tell At the WSOP

What does it mean when a player stands up after making a big bet? Zachary Elwood (Reading Poker Tells, Verbal Poker Tells) closely examines this behavior.

George Danzer Discusses Betting and Bluffing in Badugi

2014 World Series of Poker Player of the Year George Danzer takes a break from this year's series to talk with Remko Rinkema about Badugi strategy.

Dan O’Brien’s Top Five Turbo Tournament Tips

Dan O'Brien has experienced a lot of success in turbo tournaments both online and live, and he shares specific strategy advice for these fast-paced events.

Overcoming “Fear of Betting”: Matt Affleck on Why Players Should Bluff and Value Bet More

Poker pro and contributor to "Jonathan Little's Excelling at No-Limit Hold'em" discusses tournament strategy with Sarah Herring while at the WSOP.

Preparing to Play the WSOP: A Conversation with Evan “Gripsed” Jarvis

Poker player, coach, and author Evan “Gripsed” Jarvis takes time out from the WSOP grind to discuss how best to keep your head in the game.

Adam Friedman on Dealer’s Choice Strategy: Pick Opponents’ Weaknesses

The Dealer's Choice events at the WSOP offer 19 games from which to choose. Mixed games specialist Adam Friedman offered advice for approaching such events.

Phil Galfond on Pot-Limit Omaha Tournament Strategy: Tight is Right

While pot-limit Omaha might be known as the "action game," Phil Galfond explains how a conservative approach is often a winning one in PLO tournaments.

Tommy Angelo Presents: The World Series of Pain

Tommy Angelo advises those who find themselves in the middle of The World Series of Pain, with the instruction starting with just one, mindful breath.

Darryll Fish on How to Approach “Extended Play” Tournaments with Longer Levels

On the occasion of the WSOP's new "Extended Play" event with 90-min. levels, Darryll Fish shared strategy tips for approaching tourneys with longer levels.

When the Bubble Bursts: Tracking Effect of Deeper Stacks, Structure Changes at 2015 WSOP

Deeper starting stacks and changes to tournament structures have resulted in some lengthy journeys to the money bubble bursting in at the 2015 WSOP.

Breaking Down Hands from the $3K Shootout with Leo Wolpert

WSOP bracelet holder Leo Wolpert made the $3K Shootout final table to kick off the summer, and he analyzes some hands from that event with us.

Tom Koral Talks Differences Between $10K & $1,500 Fields in H.O.R.S.E.

Tom Koral -- with 19 cashes in World Series events over the last three years, many in mixed-game events -- compares the H.O.R.S.E. fields at the WSOP.

Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw Strategy with Matt Glantz

2-7 Triple Draw is a favorite among high-stakes mixed game players and is growing at lower limits, too. Matt Glantz offers advice for how to win at "Deuce."

Olivier Busquet on Six-Max Strategy: More About Adjusting Than Aggression

Fresh off two cashes already at the 2015 WSOP, Olivier Busquet discusses short-handed strategy and how it's often more about adjusting than being aggressive

It Gets Better: The Story of a Not-So-Succesful WSOP Debut

Robert Woolley shares the story of his not-so-successful WSOP debut, and what he learned from his initial stumble when playing for a bracelet.

The Early Bird Gets the Seat: Know Your Options, and Keep Them Open

The first week of the 2015 WSOP has been one of the busiest for poker Las Vegas has ever seen. Such crowds require preparation away from the tables, too.

A Colossal Achievement: Ray Henson on Surviving Large Tournament Fields

Ray Henson talks about what it takes to make a final table from a 22,374-entry multi-table tournament field as he has done in the Colossus.

Omaha Hi-Low Strategy with Bart Hanson: Differences in Cash Games and Tournaments

Bart Hanson gives a few tips to playing Omaha hi-low.