Day 1B Ends With John Hoang Leading The offical chip counts are still not available so we do not know how many qualifiers made it. We do know that John Hoang is the man with more chips than anyone else with 180,000 and there are also some star names in the top ten. They include […]
Dan Sauva from the UK submitted a video documenting his free hugs campaign, in response to Dan “Jungleman” Cates’ offer to freeroll one lucky good deed-doer at the Main Event in Vegas. He was the lucky one who caught Jungleman’s eye and he’s not so long off the plane here in Las Vegas
The PartyPoker Blog caught up with Alexander Debus on the second break here on his Day 1 of the WSOP Main Event here at the Rio in Vegas.
William John Leads Day 1a of the $10:00 WSOP Main Event Here are the top five finishers in the Day 1a Main Event. William John – 266,700 Gerardo Lubas – 165,825 Daniel Strelitz – 164,125 Dane Lomas – 157,600 Cary Katz- 154,850 Twenty-four qualifiers or team pros from both PartyPoker and Bwin made it through […]
The WSOP 2012 Main Event will soon be upon us and a young Aussie named Micheal Weiss is getting ready for the adventure of a lifetime. I caught up with him to find out how he was getting on: Hey Michael thanks for catching up with us, okay so the basics where you from and […]
With eight players left in the running for the Big One for One Drop this is going to be one hell of a final table. Our very own poker ambassador Mike Sexton finished in 9th after going up against Antonio Esfandiari. The Action With the flop showing both players checked, the turn shows with Esfandiari […]
Now I’ll be the first to admit that this here promotion has given me a few sleepless nights and you know the sick thing is I’m not even taking part! As for the rest of you nervously reading along at home desperately wanting to know when we would announce just who the winner is…well believe […]
Stephen O’Dwyer is well known for his winning tournament style. We caught up with him recently at the WPT Vienna where he gave us 4 tips for successful tournament play.
There are no quick shortcuts to become a good poker player. That takes a lot of hard work. Tobias “Saibot” Storm is poker coach and one of those, who with a gentle hand is known to get results. The Player and The Coach We often hear about them, but seldom notice them. In contrast to […]
It’s because of the heat and humidity in the air. The penalties in poker last longer here, too. Whether that’s down to the hot-headed dealers, I can’t say. Last week I had to sit out a whole round of a tournament because I tweeted during a hand. And I wasn’t even in the money. Ridiculous. […]