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Day 2C of the WSOP Main Event provided  more brutal attrition taking the number of players still with chips left in front of them down to 1,824. All will…
WSOP 2015 Phil Hellmuth Gets to Day 3 of the Main Event

All WSOP stories and dreams remain possible—at least for the 1,824 players who remain.


The third starting day for the World Series of Poker 2015 Main Event was as expected, the most popular. By the time late registration closed, another 3,963…
WSOP 2015 $60 Million in Prize Money for the Main Event

A record 3,963 players turned up for starting Day 1C, but the total field size is less than last year.


PhD student Andrew Barber defeats the great and good in the $10k HORSE event.
WSOP 2015: First Online WSOP Bracelet Goes to Anthony “holdplz” Spinella

PhD student Andrew Barber defeats the great and good in the $10k HORSE event.


The unscheduled fourth day of this event lasted only 17 minutes. Takahiro Nakai entered the day heads up against Mel Weiner and with a nine to one chip lead….
WSOP 2015 Anthony Zinno Triumphant in $25k PLO High Roller

Eli Elezra leads the $10k HORSE event after Day 1.


Perry Shiao made his dream come true and Caio Toledo won a wife at the final table of the Monster Stack.
WSOP 2015: PokerStars Celebrates as Team Pro Jason Mercier Wins His Third Bracelet

Perry Shiao made his dream come true and Caio Toledo won a wife at the final table of the Monster Stack.


The PokerStars blog has posted the results of a social media analysis of top professional poker players—not just their own—but top players by any measure.
PokerStars Rates Pros on Their Social Media Skills

Top social currency bragging rights go to Daniel Negreanu, but Liv Boeree proves her pulling power by ranking third.


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.


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Poker Player Who Dropped Out of Med School to Make $23,000 a Year Grinding the WSOP Circuit Beginning to Have Second Thoughts
A poker pro who currently grinds the WSOP Circuit for $23k a year ponders whether skipping medical school was the best choice. — read more »
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