Alex Weldon went down to Vegas for a week at the end of the WSOP; here are his impressions of his first trip to the series, both good and bad.
WSOP Hit and Run: David Peters Wins Long-Awaited Bracelet; Poker Player’s Championship Final Table; Death at the Rio
David Peters has a bracelet at last; Mike Mizrachi seeking third PPC title; a death at the WSOP; the World Cup of Cards; and more.
Hung Le’s first-ever tournament cash was a big one: $888,888 in the WSOP Crazy Eights. Why do so many novices make WSOP final tables and win bracelets?
No women won bracelets at this year’s WSOP until Kristen Bicknell and Safiya Umerova picked up two in a row last week. Can Loni Harwood make it three?
Mike McDonald stands to lose a lot of Jason Mercier wins a third bracelet. Should he be allowed to stake players in events Mercier is playing?
Looking for a fun way to wager some money with friends on this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event? Here are five bets you probably haven’t considered.
Jason Mercier has joined the likes of Phil Ivey and Brian Hastings in crushing the WSOP with big bracelet bets in place. How much of it is motivation?
Jason Mercier won his fourth bracelet last night, which is hugely valuable to him in terms of his side bets. Are such bets fair to other players, though?
The phrase ‘chip and a chair’ is as big of a cliche as you’ll find in poker, but Natasha Barbour actually did it, coming back from 50 chips in WSOP Event 6.
Compared to last year’s, the 2016 WSOP schedule is relatively lacking in surprises, but numerous small tweaks should improve attendance and prize pools.