Florida, Arkansas, Maryland and Idaho are among the states with gambling-related measures at stake when voters go to the polls on Tuesday.
While the WSOP-E concluded this week, there was still great poker action going down around the world. Patrick Serda won the WPT Montreal for over $600,000. Borge Dypvik takes the chip lead into Day 3 of the Malta Poker Festival. And Patrik Leonard posits a fun theoretical. It's all here in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Jack Sinclair Wins WSOP Europe Main Event; US Sportsbetting Deals Heat Up As Casinos Position For Growth
Jack Sinclair outdueled 534 players over 6 days and beat a final table that included Ryan Riess and Laszlo Bujtas to become the 2018 WSOPE Main Event champ.
Hit And Run: Laszlo Bujtas Holds Chip Lead In WSOP Europe Main Event After Day 4, Ryan Riess 4th In Chips; Ivan Leow Takes Down €100,000 Leon’s High Roller
Day 4 of the WSOP Europe Main Event is in the books with Laszlo Bujtas holding the chip lead with 12 players gunning for the €1.1 million 1st place prize.
Hit and Run: Ryan Riess Leads After Day 3 Of The WSOP Europe Main Event; $300,000 Buy-in Super High Roller Bowl Moved To December
Day 3 of the WSOP Europe Main Event is in the books with 2013 Main Event champion Ryan Riess holding the chip lead with 25 players left.