The PokerStars-Gordon Vayo saga reaches a conclusion after PokerStars dropped his effort to claim $280k in attorney fees after it was revealed Vayo forged documents to prove he was in Canada.
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: Watch The WSOP Europe €25,500 Super Higher Roller; Chris Moneymaker Answers Questions On Reddit
Watch the final table of one of the biggest tournaments of WSOP Europe, the 25,500 Super High Roller, continuing through Thursday night.
Hit And Run: Tamir Segal Takes Down WSOPE COLOSSUS Event; Doyle Brunson To Play Poker Until He Can’t Find A Table
The first winner of the World Series of Poker Europe. Doyle Brunson in it for the long haul. Find these stories and more in the Monday Hit and Run. Tamir Segan wins COLOSSUS at WSOPE We have our first winner during the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe. On Monday evening, Tamir Segan outlasted 2,991 […]
Hit And Run: WSOP Europe Gets Underway; Shaun Deeb Defends WSOP POY Lead; More High Stakes Action From Triton Poker Cash Games
World Series of Poker Europe is underway on Tuesday as Shaun Deeb looks to defend his Player of the Year lead. Main Event scheduled for October 27th.