Chin’s victory points to an under-emphasized source of growth for online poker.
With additional backing from outside investors, Alex Dreyfus is moving on to the next step in his plans to “sportify” poker.
The EPT, Global Poker Masters and European Poker Awards make Malta the place to be this week.
Antonio Esfandiari and Daniel Colman defy the the bad boy image of poker with their charitable activities.
More events and more guaranteed prize money as partypoker goes for a repeat of the success enjoyed by the first NJCOP.
Organizers are looking to bring back more than just the final two players to play live at the Rio.
Alex Dreyfus agrees to adding an online award “next year.”
Morocco, Italy and Mexico will be the first international stops for WSOP Circuit events.
There will be nine live Day 1s and nine online Day 1s for players to get a seat on Day 2.
The live streaming internet service could bring poker’s world cup to a huge audience.
Sixty-eight bracelet events, Deep Stack tournaments, satellites and cash games will transform the Rio into “poker’s version of Woodstock.”
Melbourne local Manny Stavropolous wins the Main Event, Richard Yong wins the $100k High Roller and Phil Ivey wins the LK Boutique $250k Challenge.