The Triton series in Jeju finished up this weekend with Timothy Adams hoisting the trophy and a ridiculous $3.6 million. Meanwhile, the 888 Live event in Bucharest has reached its Day 3 with Zhiping Zeng leading the way. And the Charlie Carrel bankroll challenge is back on YouTube. We've got those stories and much more in this, the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
With the U.S. Poker Open finally settled, big tournament action was a little slow stateside. But overseas the super high rollers were out in force as the Triton series returned - this time to Jeju, South Korea. And surprise, surprise Justin Bonomo found victory in his first ever Triton event. Also in other news, Run It Once continues to attract new players, streamers, and positive buzz. And Dan Smith plays the largest pot in the history of Live at the Bike. We have all those stories and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: 2019 WSOP Adds Nine Online Bracelet Events To Complete Schedule; Nick Schulman Wins USPO Event #8, $25k 8-Game Mix
The WSOP announced a record nine online bracelet events on Thursday as the 2019 WSOP schedule is now complete with 89 unique events.
Weekend Hit and Run: Lauren Roberts Wins US Poker Open Event #3, Winter and Chidwick at ANOTHER Final Table, and Ivey in the Movies
Lauren Roberts finally wins her first major tournament title. Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter make final tables AGAIN at the US Poker Open. And the Phil Ivey edge-sorting scandal might be heading to the silver screen. Find all those stories and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit and Run: Acting Attorney General Addresses Wire Act In Friday Questioning On House Committee; Run It Once Poker Getting Good Reviews
Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker addressed a question about the recent Wire Act opinion, saying he supports the decision while rejecting accusations the process was corrupted.