Tag: WSOP

Could Joe McKeehen Freeroll His Way To an Extra $2 Million?

With such an enormous chip lead heading into the November Nine, Joe McKeehen could conceivably fold his way to millions, if he so desired.

How I Survived the World Series of Poker Main Event Bubble

Carlos Welch shares his experience surviving the WSOP Main Event bubble to cash and recounts some of the strategies he employed to do so.

Three Triple Draw Tips from Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick

Stephen "stevie444" Chidwick provides some sound 2-7 triple draw strategy advice covering starting hand selection, betting tips, and snowing.

From 27 to 9: How Might the New Payouts Affect Play on Day 7 of the WSOP Main Event?

Each making the 2015 WSOP Main Event final table is guaranteed at least $1 million, which in turn guarantees the final table bubble will be pressure-packed.

Fedor Holz Discusses His Big Day 5 Bluff in the WSOP Main Event

Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz discusses a huge hand from Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event in which he found a great spot to make a big river bluff.

The WSOP Main Event Comes of Age: Tracking the Trend Toward Youth

The WSOP Main Event attracts players of all ages, but with each passing year the final table has been getting younger and younger, as Darrel Plant shows.

Playing On Top: 2015 WSOP Main Event Leaders Talk Big Stack Strategy

We talked to three of the big stacks entering Day 3 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event to discover the strategies they intend to employ going forward.

Dispatches from the WSOP: Tells As Loud As Alarms

Nate Meyvis presents another of his "Dispatches from the WSOP," this time relating a cash game hand from the Aria versus a challenging opponent.

Faraz Jaka Analyzes His WSOP Main Event Call for Stacks

During a break on Day 2c of the 2015 WSOP Main Event, Faraz Jaka discusses a tricky hand in which he faced a decision whether or not to call off his stack.

Jason Koon Shares His World Series of Poker Main Event Checklist

Tourney veteran Jason Koon draws from his extensive experience to offer a list of tips for those playing the WSOP Main Event or any other big event.

Record-Holder Ronnie Bardah’s WSOP Main Event Strategy Advice

Having cashed a record five straight times in the WSOP Main Event (2010-2014), Ronnie Bardah offers strategy tips for how to approach poker's biggest event.

Justin Liberto Discusses Satellite Strategy After Shipping Main Event Seat

Justin Liberto shipped the $3K 6-Max bracelet, then won a seat into the Main Event via a satellite. He offers advice for how to succeed in satellites.

Bryan Devonshire’s Top Five Tips for Running Deep in the WSOP Main Event

Bryan Devonshire has made deep runs in past WSOP Main Events, finishing 12th in 2011 and 25th in 2014. He shares his top five tips for Main Event success.

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.

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