With the holidays right around the corner, the poker world is cramming in a ton of action before slowing down the final week. Dylan Linde earned the largest win of his career with a victory in the illustrious WPT Bellagio Five Diamond and over $1.6 million. Parker Talbot headlines the final 16 players in the EPT Prague Main Event. And Marle Cordeiro talks about her experience in Ivey's Room. We've got that and so much more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
While Thanksgiving week saw a bit of a lull in big tournament action, there was still nonstop poker news. Paul Jux Holderness won the 2018 Unibet Poker Open in Dublin for a cool €74,900. David Huber breaks down the Pennsylvania poker fiscal year. And we just can't stop discussing Gordon Vayo and what lessons we can learn from him. All that and so much more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Steve O’Dwyer Rolling At The $25,500 Millions World At Caribbean Poker Party; Main Event Draws Over 900 During First Three Flights
The 2018 Caribbean Poker Party is in full swing as the $25,000 Millions World heads to a final table while the Main Event nears the end of the Day 1 flights
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.
PokerStars has already awarded over 200 Platinum Passes to the PokerStars Players Championship in January with another 100 more yet to be given away.