While the WSOP-E concluded this week, there was still great poker action going down around the world. Patrick Serda won the WPT Montreal for over $600,000. Borge Dypvik takes the chip lead into Day 3 of the Malta Poker Festival. And Patrik Leonard posits a fun theoretical. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Asi Moshe Wins His Second Bracelet At WSOP Europe; Sports Betting Pops Up In New Mexico Location
Asi Moshe won his second WSOP bracelet after winning the €1,650 No Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Deepstack at the World Series of Poker Europe.
Hit and Run: Chris Moneymaker With His Second NJOOP Win In As Many Days; Bobby Baldwin To Leave MGM; partypoker LIVE UK Main Event Down To 24
Chris Moneymaker won another NJCOOP tournament when he took down the $300 Eight Game 6-Max, his second day in a row to take home a title.
Hit and Run: Doug Polk Conquers $10,000 Bankroll Challenge; Michael Soyza Wins EPT €10,300 High Roller
Doug Polk completes his long-running $100 to $10,000 Bankroll Challenge. Poker Masters adds a short deck event to its September festival schedule. Find these stories and more in the Friday Hit and Run. Doug Polk builds $100 to $10,000 High stakes poker player and vlogger Doug Polk completed his “$100 to $10,000 Bankroll Challenge” on […]
Hit and Run: Two Weeks Until Shared Liquidity in 3 States; Brandon Adams wins $25,500 High Roller at Seminole Hard Rock
Just two weeks remain until interstate online poker is live in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware. Find information about this historic day for online poker.