The U.S. Poker Open comes to a close this weekend, and all of poker's high rollers have come out in force for the final event. Koray Aldemir won his first US Poker Open event for a cool $738k. Chris Hunichen leads the $100k final event while points leader Sean Winter looks to hold off Nick Schulman and David Peters for the series champion title. And Poker Twitter got pretty heated all week, to say the least. We've got all those stories and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Chris Moneymaker Documentary Coming To The 30 For 30 Podcast; Rob Yong Disappointed In partypoker LIVE UK Turnout
Chris Moneymaker to be featured on 30 for 30 Podcast. Changes coming to partypoker LIVE events. Check out these stories and more in the Thursday Hit and Run. Moneymaker documentary chronicals 2003 Main Event The 30 for 30 podcasts go in-depth behind the scenes of some of sports most iconic moments. Among the episodes announced […]
Hit and Run: partypoker Software Undergoes Player-Focused Upgrade; The Staying Power of Big Blind Antes
A partypoker software upgrade was released this week, which the online poker room says is one of the biggest updates to the Windows desktop client ever.
Hit and Run: Joe Hachem Featured On The Poker Life Podcast; Penn National Gaming Applies For Sports Betting in PA
Joe Hachem sits down with Joey Ingram on the Poker Life Podcast. Pennsylvania gets its first sports betting application. Check out these stories and more in the Monday Hit and Run. Joe Hachem on Poker Life Podcast On Monday, 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Joe Hachem joined Joey Ingram on the Poker […]
The 5th and final Poker Masters event begins Monday with the $100,000 buy-in event running until Wednesday. Steffen Sontheimer holds Jacket Race lead.