Player of the Year! It's all anyone can talk about! The World Series of Poker Europe is down to its final event and Daniel Negreanu, Shaun Deeb, and Robert Campbell are all vying for Player of the Year honors! Who will emerge as champion!? Meanwhile the MSPT, WSOP Circuit, Moneymaker PSPC Tour, and Malta Poker Festival all are playing big Day Twos. We have those stories plus news on Doug Polk being done with "Polker Hands." It's all here in the weekend Hit and Run.
Tournament poker was out in full force this weekend. And there is no tourney out there bigger than the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event which is playing its Day Two. There was also big tournament action from the RGPS, the HPT, and even the Moneymaker PSPC Tour. We have those stories plus an update on Daniel Negreanu's Player of the Year bid and a look at the new podcast from Jamie Kerstetter and Marle Cordeiro. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
The World Series of Poker Europe is heating up and there are final tables and big names galore! Shahar Levi leads the final table of the Mini Main Event. Orpen Kisacikoglu has the lead in the 25k Short Deck event. Meanwhile the Wynn Poker room is leaking, and Phil Hellmuth is ranting. Find all those stories and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Laszlo Bujtas Leads WSOP Europe Main Event After Day 5 With Six Remaining, Ryan Riess Currently 3rd In Chips; Final Table On Friday At 9:30 AM ET
Laszlo Bujtas is the chip leader of the WSOP Europe Main Event Final Table where six players remain including 2013 WSOP ME Champion Ryan Riess.
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.