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Muskan Sethi comes on the GRID to discuss a thrilling televised hand against Mike “Timex” McDonald on the PokerStars TV show the Shark Cage. Muskan held…
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High stakes tournament and cash game professional Chris Kruk enters the GRID to talk about a huge hand on Poker After Dark worth almost 200K. Kruk held…
This Week in Poker Podcasts

The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


Aaron Zang, a Chinese recreational player emerged victorious, outlasting a field of over 50 players to earn himself £13.7 million.
Triton Million London Awards Biggest Ever Prize in Poker History

Recreational player Aaron Zang takes down the most expensive poker tournament while Bryn Kenney finishes runner-up to take home $20.6 million, climbing into first place on the all-time poker money list.


094 – Blake Eastman – A Data Driven Approach To Poker Tells
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888 has revealed more stops on its 2017 live tour. Partypoker has switched all its MTTs to 8-handed..
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See what is making news on on the live poker circuit, in the poker industry and online.


The full line-up of teams and team managers for the first season of the Global Poker League (GPL) has been announced.
The Global Poker League: Full List of Teams Announced

Chris Moneymaker, Live Boeree & Andre Akkari are just a few of the top names Alex Dreyfus has attracted to be GPL Team Managers.


Amazingly, Pham entered the wrong tournament, and had never played  2-7 Draw Lowball before.
WSOP 2015: Sam Greenwood, Benjamin Zamani and Christian Pham Win Their First Bracelets

Amazingly, Pham entered the wrong tournament, and had never played 2-7 Draw Lowball before.


Keith Lehr added a second bracelet to double his collection, and amateur player William Kakon made the WSOP dream come true by acquiring his first.
WSOP 2015: William Kakon Lives the WSOP Dream

24 hands of heads up play were enough to give Keith Lehr his second career bracelet in the $10k Championship event #10.


Lee Davy uses a recent interview with Bryn Kenney and Sorel Mizzi as an example of the challenges he faces to write about interesting aspects of poker without harming the image of the game.
Reads of the Week

Poker’s image, the health of the game and an attempt to propel it into the mainstream are all topics discussed in the articles recommended this week.


The move up comes on the heels of Smith's 20th place finish in this year's WSOP Main Event for $286,900.
Dan Smith Moves Up to #1 in GPI 300 Rankings

Deep run in WSOP Main Event sparks return to top spot.


The Seven Card Stud championship event produced another experienced final table—although Dr Steven Landfish provided one amateur representati…
Matt Grapenthian Defeats Todd Brunson to Take the Only WSOP Bracelet of the Day

The Little One for One Drop is well under way & Bryn Kenney looks set to make his third final table of the Series.


A very happy Jared Jaffee is celebrating his first WSOP bracelet after several years of attempts.
Jared Jaffee Wins First Bracelet, Henry Orenstein Goes for His Second

Phillip Hui won bracelet number 1 against an experienced final table.


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Mike Postle To Be Inducted Into Poker Hall Of Fame
After being cleared of all allegations in its 45-minute investigation of Stones Live Poker steams, Mike Postle has immediately been inducted into the 2020 Poker Hall of Fame, leapfrogging over the formalities of the… — read more »
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