The WPT Five Diamond Poker Classic in Las Vegas nears a final table during Day 4 of the last World Poker Tour event of 2018.
By the river, Fusion looks a lot like Omaha, but with wider ranges due to how the earlier streets play out. Here's what that means for river strategy.
Hit And Run: PokerStars Winter Series Schedule Released With $40 Million In Guarantees; WPT Five Diamond Classic In The Money In Day 3; Thomas Boivin Wins EPT Prague €25K
The 2018-2019 PokerStars Winter Schedule has been released and is set to guarantee $40 million in prizes from December 23rd to January 7th.
Hit And Run: Matthias Eibinger Wins EPT Prague €50k High Roller; WPT Five Diamond Classic Breaks Entry Record
Matthias Eibinger is the latest winner at WPT Prague after taking down the €50k Super High Roller for €653,000 while the Main Event gets underway on Wednesday.
Hit And Run: Bathroom Prop Bet Meets Its End With $62,000 Buyout; WPT Five Diamond Poker Classic Underway
A highly debated $100,000 prop bet involving two poker players has reached an end with a $62k buyout after Rich Alati spends 20 successful days in a dark bathroom.
Hit and Run: EPT Prague €50k Super High Roller Gets Underway With Andras Nemeth Holding Big Chip Lead; The Venetian Gets A 2019 WPT Tour Stop
Andras Nemeth holds a huge lead in the €50k Super High Roller at EPT Prague with the Main Event set for Wednesday.
Weekend Hit and Run: Tuna Wins at Prague, Another Legend Passes, and Finding the Perfect Poker Tournament
The European Poker Tour is in Prague this week and saw pro Akin Tuna take down the 10k High Roller final table. On the heels of the death of Thor Hansen, the poker world also mourns the loss of bracelet winner "Minneapolis" Jim Meehan. And PokerNews tries to find the keys for creating the perfect poker tournament. It's all here and more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: PokerStars Decides Not To Pursue $280K In Legal Fees From Gordon Vayo Withdrawn Lawsuit; Phil Hellmuth Wins Tennis Prop Bet
The PokerStars-Gordon Vayo saga reaches a conclusion after PokerStars dropped his effort to claim $280k in attorney fees after it was revealed Vayo forged documents to prove he was in Canada.