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2017 PokerStars SCOOP Day 12: Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden Wins €252K

Day 12 of the 2017 SCOOP saw 12 new champions crowned.

Lauren Monosson Shows Cada the Nuts

On a flop, 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Joe Cada bet 3,200 from the small blind and Lauren Monosson called from middle position. The turn saw Cada bet again, this time 7,100, and Monosson popped it to 15,000.

Joe Cada vs. John Theofilopoulos

Action folded to 2009 World Series of Poker champ Joe Cada in the cutoff and he raised to 1,000, which John Theofilopoulos called from the button. Both blinds folded and it was heads-up action to the flop, which came down .

Ryan Yu Takes It with River Bet

With around 2,000 in the pot and a board reading , Ryan Yu bet 900 from the small blind and 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Joe Cada called from the big.

Weekly Turbo: The Poker Slump, Mike Sexton, Sofia Lövgren, Banana Games

This week, the poker world slowed down a bit with only one big tournament running and allowing everyone to fall into a poker slump moving into the holidays. Here's the latest poker news.

Sunday Briefing: Joe Cada Wins the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up

Former WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada was among the big online winners this weekend, taking down the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up.

A Retrospective: WSOP Main Event Final Tables of the "November Nine" Era

With the ninth "November Nine" less than a week away, we look back at the previous eight and recall some of the storylines that surrounded each.

PokerNews Ranks the World Series of Poker Main Event Champs Since 2003

The PokerNews editorial staff ranks the WSOP champions in the last 13 years using their own criteria.

The 2016 November Nine: Seat 5, Cliff Josephy

New York broker turned online-poker legend and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Cliff Josephy will occupy Seat 5 and be in the lead when the November Nine kicks off.

Five Thoughts: Picking on Polk, Fire MartyDerbyshire, and Make Poker Fun Again

In this week's Five Thoughts, Marty Derbyshire is back to discuss Doug Polk's bankroll challenge, Joe McKeehen's campaign to get him fired, changes to the GPL, Online Poker in California and making poker fun again.

2016 WSOP Attracts 107,833 Total Entries, Breaks Several Records

The 2016 World Series of Poker attracted a lifetime best 107,833 entries, plus set several other records.

Antoine Saout Trying to Repeat 2009 November Nine Run

Antoine Saout is trying to make a second November Nine run, with a big stack early on Day 5.

2016 WSOP Day 19: Johns Joins Mercier, Seniors Final Six Set, and Super Senior Looks To Repeat

Day 19 of the 2016 WSOP saw Ian Johns become the second two-time bracelet winner of the the summer and the defending champion of the Super Seniors Event grab the overnight lead again.

2016 WSOP Day 3: Thousands More Come Through For Colossus II

Two more Colossus flights drew thousands more players to the 2016 WSOP Thursday

2016 WSOP Day 2: Colossus II Begins and an Employees Event Champ is Crowned

The 2016 World Series of Poker continued on Thursday with the start of the first open bracelet event of the summer and the conclusion of the $565 Casino Employees No-Limit Hold'em tournament.

Steve Jewell Beats Record Field at HPT Ameristar East Chicago ($211,777)

Steve Jewell won the Heartland Poker Tour Ameristar East Chicago stop for $211,777.

Updated Counts, Former WSOP Main Event Champion Out

Here are some updated chip counts. Former WSOP Main Event Champion Joe Cada has been eliminated.

Three Quick Busts

Keith Lehr was eliminated by Adrian Mateos when the two were all in preflop. Lehr had against the of Mateos. Mateos flopped a king and that was the end for Lehr.Joe Cada called Mohsin Charania's three-bet all in.

The Ladies Love the 2009 WSOP Champ

David Yan opened for 2,000 and Davidi Kitai called. 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Joe Cada then three-bet to 6,900 from the big blind, Yan four-bet to 14,000, and Kitai came to life with a five-bet to 23,000.

Top 10 Stories of 2015, #2: Negreanu’s Run and McKeehen’s Dominance in WSOP Main Event

Daniel Negreanu's run and Joe McKeehen's dominance in the 2015 WSOP Main Event rank as PokerNews' No. 2 story from 2015..