This Father's Day weekend saw bracelet after bracelet awarded. Johnny "World" Hennigan conquered the 10K HORSE event for his 5th career bracelet. A particularly brutal river card lifted Gal Yilfrach over James Mackey in the 3k 6-max event. And somehow three more events crowned their champion with Hanh Tran, Ryan Bambrick, and Steven Albini all taking home their first WSOP gold. How did they do it? Their story along with news about Doyle Brunson's retirement in this weekend's Hit and Run.
The WSOP is going full throttle. Roberly Felicio shipped a bracelet in the summer's biggest field. Justin Bonomo can't be stopped. And Doyle Brunson talks cinema. That and more and bracelets galore in Friday's Hit and Run.
The World Series of Poker is in full swing and as expected big names are making big headlines. 2009 Main Event Champ Joe Cada won his thrid bracelet, denying Joe McKeehen, who was going for the same. Daniel Negreanu and company are back playing the 100k Super High Roller - and DNegs is back blogging the whole thing. And finally, Phil Ivey made his triumphant return to the WSOP, but so far has come up empty. All those stories and more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
An action packed weekend for the poker world. Mat Waxman was crowned the third ever World Poker Tour TOC champion - defeating Darren Elias. Phil Ivey is back in the Super High Roller Bowl, which kicks off Sunday, and HUGE names are seated next to one another. And Victor Ramdin and PokerStars part ways after a decade of work together. It's all here and more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
High stakes pro Jason Koon continues his attack on Triton by winning the final event in the High Roller series. The World Poker Tour looks to entice player participation with a sweetener to their Tournament of Champions. And we've got more and more developments from the sports betting world, and how it effects poker. It's here and much more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.