Jason Mo takes down the APPT Seoul, and Phil Ivey, ElkY and a crazy slowroll dominate our look back at the week in poker culture. It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
Jason Mo — best known for a couple of WSOP second-place finishes and his “Evil Empire” with Ryan Fee et al — took down the Asia Pacific Poker Tour Seoul main event, for about $150K. Team PokerStars pros Bryan Huang and Celina Lin finished second and fourth, respectively. Full report here.
More with Mo:
–In this week’s Video Rewind, the slowroll heard ’round the wold, Ivey’s car commercial, ElkY and more.
–In this week’s Forum Files, PokerStars problems, and is Twitch the harbinger of doom for online poker?
–Poker on Twitch, from a gamer’s perspective.
–The new season of the World Poker Tour kicks off in May.
–Updates from the UKIPT Nottingham, the Card Player Poker Tour Choctaw and the Mid-States Poker Tour Potawatomi.
–Learn how to pick targets to pressure on the tournament bubble.
–The Poker Players Alliance’s petition against the Restoration of America’s Wire Act is off to a slow start.
–Some crazy poker records that are hard to beat.
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