John Cynn is the champion of the 2018 WSOP ME and the winner of $8.8 million. He outlasted Tony Miles over an epic heads-up match that lasted 10 hours.
WSOP Day 42 Hit and Run: 310 Players Remain with Barry Hutter Holding Lead; Phil Ivey Knocked Out; Phil Hellmuth Apologizes
Phil Ivey busts during Day 4 while 310 players remain heading into Day 4. Phil Hellmuth apologizes and offers olive branch after controversy.
The second largest WSOP Main Event field in history saw its players finally combine into one field on Day 3 with Phil Ivey once again sporting a big stack. Longsheng Tan leads his $1500 final table. And Forbes writes an in-depth article on the WSOP. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
WSOP Day 38 Hit and Run: WSOP Main Event Draws Second Largest Field; Phil Hellmuth Shows Up to Main Event in Grand Style
Phil Hellmuth made his grand entrance as Thor as he joined the action during Day 1c of the WSOP 2018 Main Event, which attracted a total of 7,824 players.
WSOP Day 32 Hit and Run: Ryan Leng and Joey Couden Win Bracelets; Is Late Registration a Problem at the WSOP?
Ryan Leng and Joey Couden are the latest to win WSOP bracelets. Mike Matusow mouths his displeasure of late registrations at the WSOP. Find these stories and more in the Friday Hit and Run. Recent Results Ryan Leng won his first WSOP bracelet on Thursday after taking down Event #51, the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em […]