The poker world is just beginning to come out of the post-WSOP coma, but there is still plenty of poker news. Day 4 of the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Russia Main Event concluded with only 11 players remaining. Doyle Brunson gave a little insight on his business acumen (or lack thereof). Liv Boeree posted the answers to some insane logic problems. And David Huber has the latest on the poker add ban in Italy. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit and Run: Aleksandr Denisov Holds Day 2 Chip Lead at partypoker LIVE Russia; Doyle Brunson Has Definitely Not Retired
The Main Event of the partypoker LIVE Russia continues. In case there was any doubt, Doyle Brunson has not retired. Check out these stories and more in the Friday Hit and Run. Aleksandr Denisov holds partypoker LIVE Russia Main Event Chip lead Day 2 of the partypoker LIVE Millions Russia Main Event finished on Friday. […]
Hit and Run: Mikita Badziakouski Leads Triton Poker SHR Series Main Event Final Table; GVC and MGM Partner on Sportsbetting
Mikita Badziakouski heads the final table of the Triton Poker SHR Series final table. Meanwhile, MGM and GVC announce major sports betting partnership.
WSOP Hit and Run Day 24: Yaniv Birman Wins Bracelet at $10,000 Stud Championship; New York Online Poker Dead for 2018
Yaniv Birman won the $10,000 Stud Championship at the WSOP on Wednesday night to win his first bracelet and $236,238.
This Father's Day weekend saw bracelet after bracelet awarded. Johnny "World" Hennigan conquered the 10K HORSE event for his 5th career bracelet. A particularly brutal river card lifted Gal Yilfrach over James Mackey in the 3k 6-max event. And somehow three more events crowned their champion with Hanh Tran, Ryan Bambrick, and Steven Albini all taking home their first WSOP gold. How did they do it? Their story along with news about Doyle Brunson's retirement in this weekend's Hit and Run.