PokerStars gives away another $2 million. And which WSOP events should you be playing this year? It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
PokerStars made two more millionaires this week. The players that competed had completed some challenges to qualify for a free “all-in shootout.” The 12 lucky players who advanced past the shootouts competed in a pair of six-handed sit and go’s on Sunday, with $1 million going to first place of each. Second got $50,000 plus 1 million FPPs, and every player walked away with at least $10,000. Not bad for a tournament with no entry fee. Read about the lucky millionaires here. You can watch the tournaments via Randy “nanonoko” Lew’s Twitch feed below:
Want to play the World Series of Poker, but you are having trouble picking out the tournaments you want to enter? BLUFF has some help for you here, with a look at the best tourneys to play. Not shockingly, the $565 buy-in Colossus leads the way, but it offers a lot of other events to target, as well.
In other WSOP news, the lowdown on a tax form the WSOP is not accepting.
–In this week’s Forum Files, “Brains” beat AI, someone gets owned in a poker room fight, and should the World Series of Poker allow chops?
–A look back at all the side events at the European Poker Tour Grand Final.
–Updates from the Latin America Poker Tour Panama.
–PokerStrategy has some of the best poker chip tricks ever.
–A closer look at the concept of fold equity.
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