Latest Phil Galfond News
Andrew “LuckyChewy” Lichtenberger launches poker room “by the players for the players.”
“I want a fair, honest, transparent poker site that believes in the dream that I have lived.”
Phil Hellmuth makes a brave attempt but finishes in sixth as the ONE DROP Foundation benefits to the tune of over $3 million.
Nick Schulman failed to win the $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship for the third time and had to settle for second place.
Smith’s five remaining opponents have thirteen WSOP bracelets between them.
The Colossus continues to a final day leaving Tuan Le to take all the well deserved limelight.
The Colossus continues with a number of strong players still in contention.
In other weekend action, actor James Woods finished in 7th place in WSOP Event #4.
Gus knows that he is number one.
The Great Dane still dangerously close to unwanted all-time online high stakes milestone.