Stephen Chidwick has lost the top spot in both the GPIs global rankings and Player of the Year race to Alex Foxen. Shaun Deeb is officially WSOP PoY.
Hit And Run: WSOP Europe Main Event Attracts 534 Entries; Shaun Deeb Wins Player Of The Year Honors; More Absolute Poker/Ultimate Bet Refunds To Be Sent
The 2018 WSOP Europe attracts 534 entrants over two Day 1 flights and early registration on Day 2 as players battle for €1.1 million first-place prize.
Hit And Run: Norbert Szecsi Defeats Shaun Deeb Heads-Up For Second Bracelet; Phil Ivey Worth $100 Million?
Norbert Szecsi wins his second WSOP gold bracelet after denying Shaun Deeb his 5th bracelet during the €1650 No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha Mixed Event. Borgata says Phil Ivey is worth $100 million.
Hit and Run: Margolin Wins Second Bracelet, Deeb at Another Final Table, and Jun Wins Big at the Bike
The World Series of Poker keeps chugging forward with bracelets and final tables galore! Timur Margolin won his second bracelet in the €1,100 MONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold'em. Shaun Deeb has made yet another final table in the €1,650 Mixed Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold'em. And Steve Jun won the CPPT Bike Main. Those stories and more in Monday's Hit and Run.
The World Series of Poker Europe is in the home stretch with the Monster Stack playing down to the final two tables today. Shaun Deeb and Anthony Zinno are both in the Top Ten as Event #6 reaches Day Two. And Joe Ingram gets some bad news. It's all here and more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.