Who is leading early at the World Poker Tour’s LAPC? And which pros have really awesome rides? It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
WPT in LA
The World Poker Tour is in Los Angeles for the L.A. Poker Classic. On day 2, Aaron Massey and Ryan Fee are among the chip leaders. Live updates here. David Williams, Matt Stout, Eugene Katchalov, Shawn Buchanan and Carlos Mortensen are all above the average stack.
And an interesting interview with tournament director Matt Savage.
Pros and cars
After Sam Trickett messed up his Ferrari, a look at some poker pros and their sweet rides. What we really want to know is what Allen Kessler drives around in, though.
–You probably want to sign this petition from the Poker Players Alliance if you don’t want to see a ban on online poker in the U.S.
–PokerStars talks about why it moved the $9 million Sunday Million back a week, to March 15.
–A roundup of the American Poker Awards.
—Forum Files: PokerStars’ Twitch investment, SwCPoker.eu opens and the pro HU4rollz challenge winner.
—Video Rewind: Somerville goes live on Twitch, a crazy Finnish home game and the American Poker Awards.
–After the iGaming Legislative Symposium in California, nothing has really been cleared up on the online poker front.
—OMG, IN THE HIT AND RUN, A STORY DEFINING HIT AND RUN. #EndofInternet.
—A talk with Bryan “bparis” Paris, who recently reached $7.5 million in career earnings.
–A winner is crowned at the Eureka5 Rozvadov.