A victory in the WSOP Big One for One Drop added $10 million to his career poker tournament winnings.
Entrants to this years Main Event are up 9% making it the second largest tournament in WSOP history.
Over 7800 players enter the $10,000 Main Event, the largest in over a decade.
All four online events see high turnout with over 6000 total entries and more than $4.5 million paid out in prize money.
The 1:100 scale online tournament series concludes with an ambitious €10,000 buy-in “Big One.”
Several factors may have contributed to the popular tournament declining 27% from last year and more than 41% from its record-breaking debut in 2015.
Two $1 million guarantees and another at $500,000 mark a new era for the summer series.
The Coast to Coast Classic is an online series from WSOP.com exclusively for players in Nevada and New Jersey to celebrate the tri-state shared player pool with Delaware.
With the announcement of a multi-state pact to share the player pools between Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware, WSOP.com…
The 49th annual World Series of Poker will have its biggest ever online component.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has issued notice to online gambling licensees warning them that they will…
Online poker room partypoker has revealed the dates and total guarantees for its upcoming three major tournament series…
PokerStars has reduced the buy-in of its iconic Sunday Million tournament from $215 to $109.
Our 2019 Kentucky Derby trail begins this Saturday at the Fair Grounds in Louisiana with the G3 $200,000 LeComte Stakes.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) has unveiled a new MTT series for its New Jersey and Nevada online poker players.
David “Chino” Rheem has won the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) Main Event.
The action-packed variant of Hold’em, Short Deck poker has been making headlines everywhere over the past few…
PokerStars’ new game, 6+ Hold’em, its version of the popular Short Deck Poker game, has now seen a full…