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Back in July, One Drop founder Guy Laliberté announced that the Big One for One Drop was returning, this time with a €1 million buy-in making it one of the…
35 Players Confirmed for the €1m Buy-In, Invite-Only, Monte Carlo Big One for One Drop

Though professional poker players are not allowed to play, they will be allowed to act as coaches during the event.


The $102,000 No-Limit Hold’em 8-Max, Super High-Roller tournament is part of the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP), PokerStars’ flagship online poker tournament series.
Jason Mercier to Live Stream $102,000 Buy-in Online Poker Tournament

Popular poker live streamer Jason Somerville to provide commentary and interact with fans.


Starting the New Year off in style, German-born Fedor Holz has walked away from the $200,000 buy-in World Poker Tour Super High Roller Event in Manila with $3…
World Poker Tour Crowns Winner of Its Biggest Buy-in Tournament Ever

22 year old Fedor Holz wins $3.46 Million in the largest buy-in WPT event in history.


Phil Hellmuth makes a brave attempt but finishes in sixth as the ONE DROP Foundation benefits to the tune of over $3 million.
WSOP 2015: 2010 Main Event Champion Jonathan Duhamel Wins the High Roller for ONE DROP

Phil Hellmuth makes a brave attempt but finishes in sixth as the ONE DROP Foundation benefits to the tune of over $3 million.


The $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop has run twice and both times produced huge payouts for the winner. Antonio Esfandiari won the first One Drop for $18.3 million in 2012, and Daniel Colman won the event in 2014 for $15.3 million.
One Drop Winners in Charity Action

Antonio Esfandiari and Daniel Colman defy the the bad boy image of poker with their charitable activities.


The first ever American Gaming Awards has ended in a glitzy night where poker celebrities and industry titans came together united in celebrating poker.
American Poker Awards Put Poker in First Place

The event brought the industry together—Poker Geek was replaced by Poker Chic.


The first American Poker Awards have now been awarded, and the associated one day American Poker Conference has ended its final presentation.
The First American Poker Awards Brings the Industry Together and Moves it Forward

Alex Dreyfus gathers the industry together in pursuit of his dream.


Sites reflect on a tough 2014, and look ahead to the new year. Colman crowned Player of the Year everywhere.
The Zeitgeist

2014 in review, New Year predictions, WSOP’s new schedule and a unanimous Player of the Year.


On Wednesday, the 23-year-old from Massachusetts earned his fourth seven-figure score in just over four months by outlasting nearly 1,500 opponents in the $5,300 buy-in Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Main Event. His win was worth $1,446,710.
Daniel Colman Records Fourth Seven-Figure Live Poker Tournament Score in Five Months

Earns outright victory in Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Main Event for $1.45 million, extending historic run.


European Poker Tour (EPT) Super High Roller winner, Olivier Busquet has gone on record to clarify his views and address the criticism of himself and runner-up finisher Daniel Colman for the T-shirts they wore at the final table of the event.
Olivier Busquet: “T-Shirtgate” Reaction Unexpected

The t-shirts were Colman’s idea, but Busquet was intent to “inject” some politics into poker.


EPT "t-shirtgate" dominated headlines, social media and community discussion. The confirmation of a PokerStars Casino reignited the debate on expanding beyond online poker.
Checking Around

An industry-focused summary of the online poker discussion and debate on forums, social media and blogs this week.


Busquet wore a white T-shirt with the messages across the front stating “Save Gaza” on the front while Coleman sported a T-shirt stating “Free Palestine.”
PokerStars Speaks Out on Controversial T-Shirts Worn During EPT Super High Roller

Tournament winner Olivier Busquet and runner-up Daniel Colman promoted their political views on the war in Israel.


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In the wake of controversy over the Venetian's $150k "Total Prize Pool," poker players are banding together to keep participation in the event to a minimum. — read more »
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