A record 3,963 players turned up for starting Day 1C, but the total field size is less than last year.
Perry Shiao made his dream come true and Caio Toledo won a wife at the final table of the Monster Stack.
Amazingly, Pham entered the wrong tournament, and had never played 2-7 Draw Lowball before.
Phil Hellmuth is enjoying a chance at bracelet number 14 in the Championship Razz event.
The Millionaire Maker kicks off its second Day 1 flight on Saturday.
In other weekend action, actor James Woods finished in 7th place in WSOP Event #4.
The Colossus gets underway today and is expected to break all records for the largest live poker tournament field.
Promotional campaigns, concepts to attract recreational players and the future of the sponsored pro are topics discussed in this week’s selections.
Promotional highlights of the week, including partypoker NJ, Borgata Poker, PokerStars, Full Tilt, Winner.co.uk, Ladbrokes & Ultimate Poker.
A weekly review of the latest developments in gaming regulation in the US. This week: PayPal’s Bitcoin debut, the US online gaming forum, the latest from New Jersey and Nevada, and more.
WSOP.com looks to former world champions to promote its brand and play online poker.
WSOP champ signs with the regulated online poker room in Nevada and New Jersey.
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Players at Run It Once Poker could soon finally see a new format added to its game offerings.
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