The poker world is just beginning to come out of the post-WSOP coma, but there is still plenty of poker news. Day 4 of the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Russia Main Event concluded with only 11 players remaining. Doyle Brunson gave a little insight on his business acumen (or lack thereof). Liv Boeree posted the answers to some insane logic problems. And David Huber has the latest on the poker add ban in Italy. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
The Unibet Open Bucharest reached a winner in its Main Event. Molly Bloom made a celebrity appearance at the event - promoting her book, her movie, and her new business. And updates from Doug Polk's bankroll challenge. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Could the WSOP move from the Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino to the 550,000 sq. ft. Caesars Forum as soon as 2020?
Michael Dyer relinquished a HUGE chip lead to Tony Miles who now holds command of the Main Event with three left. Joe Cada fell short in 5th place. And Shaun Deeb shipped his second bracelet of the summer. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
After a bundle of bracelets being awarded over the weekend, the action slowed a bit on Monday with no one player winning poker's most coveted prize. But that doesn't mean there wasn't still plenty of action. The $10k Pot Limit Omaha Championship reached its final six with two-time bracelet winner Brandon Shack-Harris leading the way. The $1500 Razz made its final nine. And author Maria Konnikova was named to Team PokerStars. It's all here in the Tuesday Hit and run.