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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…
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The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


Amaya's expansion of the casino games vertical continues apace, with a new deal that will add a wider selection of slots games.
Industry Insight

Amaya, YouStake, Mediarex, bet365 and more.


The Main Event Day 1B added another 1,716 players but 4,226 more are needed on Day 1C to match last year's field size.
WSOP 2015: Connor Berkowitz Wins the LUCKY SEVENS for $487,784

The Main Event Day 1B added another 1,716 players but 4,226 more are needed on Day 1C to match last year’s field size.


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.
WSOP 2015 Phil Galfond Gets Bracelet Number Two

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.


Investors can now buy and sell Amaya shares on Nasdaq. Takeover rumors are again driving gaming stocks higher—but Caesars Entertainment has seen steep slides as it gets the wrong side of judicial rulings over its assets.
Industry Insight

Investors can now buy and sell Amaya shares on Nasdaq.


The big news from this weekend’s play at the 2015 {WSOP} has to be the record breaking achievements of event #5, The Colossus which recorded 22, 374 entries.
World Series of Poker Makes History with the “Colossus”

In other weekend action, actor James Woods finished in 7th place in WSOP Event #4.


WSOP Main Event Highlights. Phil Ivey has second largest stack.
Phil Ivey has Massive Stack After Day 1C of the 2014 WSOP Main Event

Daniel Negreanu is in 32nd as 3,300 go through to Day 2.


The run of first time bracelet winners came to an end in Event #31 as Brett Shaffer added a second bracelet to his collection. His first…
Joe Cada Adds a Second Bracelet to his WSOP Main Event Win

The PokerStars Team Pro is the first player of the modern era to win a bracelet after a victory in the Main Event.


A  first time bracelet was awarded as Andrew Rennhack won through the 1,504 entries in Event #26 to take the title in the $1,500 No-Limit…
All Five Weekend WSOP Bracelets Go to First Timers

First time WSOP winners perhaps, but not first time players.


The tale of an investor that is backing Greg Raymer.
Investing in a Poker Champ: Fossilman’s Backers Ride The Rollercoaster

Ten years after his victory in the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event, Greg Raymer returns to Las Vegas to boost his bankroll.


A summary of the tournament action from the day's play at the World Series of Poker 2014.
Gregory Kolo and Paul Volpe Turn Their Opening Chip Leads into WSOP Bracelets

Gregory Kolo’s gets his first cash in a WSOP and Paul Volpe outfaced Negreanu to win his event.


A summary of the tournament action from the day's play at the World Series of Poker 2014.
Justin Bonomo Wins Bracelet Number One

The $1,500 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em event provided Bonomo with his first WSOP win.


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Whining Poker Player On Bad Calls He Makes: “That’s Different”
A Houston poker player dubbed a "calling station" defends actions and refuses to apologize after complaining that his opponents never respect his raises. — read more »
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