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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.


Eight WSOP events came to their conclusion over the weekend.
WSOP 2015: Female Amateurs Victorious, Carol Fuchs & Jacquelyn Scott Win WSOP Gold Bracelets

Eight WSOP events came to their conclusion over the weekend.


David "ODB" Baker leads the $50k Poker Players Championship with just six players left.
WSOP 2015: Apmann Wins Bracelet Number 1 as Phil Hellmuth Challenges for his 15th

David “ODB” Baker leads the $50k Poker Players Championship with just six players left.


The World Series of Poker makes a dream come true for Adrian Buckley.
WSOP 2015: Electrical Engineer Wins Over $1.2 Million in Millionaire Maker Event

The World Series of Poker makes a dream come true for Adrian Buckley.


Paul Michaelis took the second bracelet of the day, the first to go to a foreign player this year.
WSOP 2015: The Colossus Concludes with House Mates Cord Garcia and Ray Henson Taking First & Third

Paul Michaelis took the second bracelet of the day, the first to go to a foreign player this year.


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.


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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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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