2016 WSOP on ESPN: Try to Play These Three-Handed & Heads-Up Hands

The 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event has at last concluded. How would you play these hands from three-handed and heads-up play last night?

2016 WSOP on ESPN: Short-Handed, Big Payouts -- What Would You Do?

Day 2 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table played out last night. With the play short-handed and payouts getting huge, how would you play these hands?

2016 WSOP on ESPN: What Would You Do in These Tricky Postflop Spots?

The 2016 World Series of Poker final table is finally underway. How would you have handled these tricky postflop decisions from last night?

2016 WSOP on ESPN: Nearing Final Table, How Would You Play These Hands?

One more round of "What Would You Do?" invites you to decide how you would play these hands from late on Day 7 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event.

WSOP Tells: Analyzing Examples of William Kassouf's Table Talk (VIDEO)

In the second of a two-part article, Zachary Elwood analyzes in detail William Kassouf's "speech play" as shown in the WSOP Main Event coverage on ESPN.

WSOP Tells: Looking for Patterns in William Kassouf's "Speech Play"

Zachary Elwood (Reading Poker Tells, Verbal Poker Tells) discusses and analyzes some speech patterns exhibited by William Kassouf in the WSOP Main Event.

Hand Review: Michael Niwinski Takes One While Playing the Board

Mo Nuwwarah analyzes an interesting hand from Day 5 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event in which Michael Niwinski bluff-raises the river while playing the board.

Jonathan Little Elects to Flip for His Tournament Life at a WSOP Final Table

With six players left at a $5K WSOP final table, Jonathan Little has to decide whether or not to go all in with pocket jacks. How would you have played this hand?

Hand Review: Tony Gregg Employs the Blocking Bet

A Day 5 hand between Tony Gregg and William Kassouf from the 2016 WSOP Main Event provides an excellent illustration of a well-made blocking bet.

2016 WSOP on ESPN: "What Happened to Trusting Your Gut?"

Call, fold, or raise all in? Play along with these Day 6 hands from the 2016 World Series of Poker and decide what you would do.

Jonathan Little Bets a Rivered Straight, Then Gets Raised: Call or Fold?

Jonathan Little reviews another hand and difficult decision from the final table of a $5K WSOP bracelet event in which he rivers a straight but gets raised.

2016 WSOP on ESPN: Two More Challenging River Decisions

Play along with players making deep runs in the 2016 WSOP Main Event and decide how you would play fifth street in these hands from late on Day 5.

Jonathan Little Considers Bluffing Off 100-Big Blind Stack at a WSOP Final Table

Jonathan Little analyzes a hand from early at the final table of the $5K event at the 2015 WSOP between himself and feared, talented pro Jonathan Jaffe.

Tricky Spot with Tens Against Dan O'Brien at a WSOP Final Table

Jonathan Little analyzes a difficult preflop decision with pocket tens versus Dan O'Brien at a $5K WSOP event final table.

Strategy Vault: Andrew Brokos Versus Vince Van Patten at the WSOP

We dig deep into the Strategy Vault for a WSOP Main Event hand analysis from Andrew Brokos involving a hand he played against WPT co-host Vince Van Patten.

How to Win Small Buy-in, Large Field Poker Tournaments

888Poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche offers advice for how best to approach small buy-in, large field multi-table tournaments.

Learning How to Win: Different Types of "Positive Tilt"

We're all familiar with tilt being caused by losing at poker. But what about "positive tilt" caused by winning? How well do you handle poker success?

Understanding 7-Card Stud with Barry Greenstein

Team PokerStars Pro Barry Greenstein discusses seven-card stud history and strategy, including some of key differences between stud and no-limit hold'em.

Hand Review: Keven Stammen Plays a Four-Bet Pot With Aces

A hand from Day 2 of the 2016 WSOP Main Event finds Keven Stammen picking up aces versus an opponent calling his four-bet from the blinds.

Fedor Holz Analyzes Key Heads-Up Hand on Way to High Roller for One Drop Win

Fedor Holz discusses a key heads-up hand from the $111,111 One Drop High Roller in which his image as being capable of bluffing helped him win a key pot.