WSOP Day 47 Digest

Sunday provided plenty of action as the main event final table got underway and two more WSOP gold bracelets found new owners, one from online play and one from live:

82$1,500No Limit Hold’em Double Stack🇺🇸 Tom Koral$530,164
88$ ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver🇺🇸 Taylor “Galactar” Paur $149,240

Event #82: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Double Stack

Claiming the second bracelet of his career yesterday was Tom Koral who outlasted a field of 2,589 entries and earned the top prize of $530,164. Koral is primarily a mixed game player, but didn’t seem to hinder him on his way to victory in the most popular format of the game. Barry Shulman also final tabled this event seeking his third bracelet but instead found third place coming up just short.

Tom Koral wins his second bracelet

Event #88: $500 ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver

Sunday also saw the ninth and final online event conclude with Taylor “Galactar” Paur claiming victory and his second bracelet over 1,325 entries for $149,240.52. This year was the most online events the World Series had ever hosted and they were all met with impressive numbers as anyone who was physically in Nevada or New Jersey was able to log in and play for a bracelet.

Taylor Paur claimed his second bracelet

Event #84: The Closer – $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em

The three opening flights of the repeat popular event attracted 2,337 entrants with about half of those coming from yesterday’s Day 1c field. Today was originally scheduled to be the final day, however, like several other tournaments this Summer, it may very well be extended an additional day as the large field still has 196 players returning. Notables Shaun Deeb, Ari Engel and Jeff Gross all bring in healthy stacks today but it is Tam Nguyen who leads them all in the hunt for the bracelet and the nearly half a million prize of $490,359.

Shaun Deeb enters the day third in chips

Event #85: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed

This event will award one of the final bracelets of the Summer today with just six players remaining out of the original field of 835 entrants. Millard Hale is in first place for chip counts but John Richards is also close on his heels with Joseph Cheong coming into the day as the short stack. In addition to their very first WSOP bracelet, the remaining contestants are battling for the $448,392 up top.

Millard Hale leads the final six players

Event #86: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship

This tournament saw 24 players join in on the action before the start of yesterday’s Day 2 to round out the field of 272 entries in the final $10,000 buy-in event of the World Series. Only 16 players survived to find a bag yesterday and return today with Anuj Agarwal leading the way and aiming for the whopping $630,747 first place prize. Two previous bracelet winners also remain in the hunt for their next one with Ben Heath securing a healthy stack and Gal Yifrach bagging the shortest stack of the remaining players. The tournament is scheduled to play down to the final six today however with only 16 remaining it’s possible tournament staff could let it play out to the end.

Anuj Agarwal bags Day 2 chip lead

Event #87: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E.

The final mixed-game event of the World Series kicked off yesterday drawing 301 entrants to create a prize pool of over $800,000 with first place taking home $206,173. Harold Klein enters the day as the chip leader but defending champion Brian Hastings also bagged a decent stack and is in contention for the rare back-to-back repeat with 127 players returning. Hastings has found plenty of success at the World Series in his career, already in possession of four gold bracelets.

Brian Hastings aims for back-to-back titles

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em MAIN EVENT – World Championship

The main kicked off the first day of the final table yesterday with plenty of chips flying. The original plan was to play down to six from the nine who began the day, however, after only 56 hands play was stopped with just five remaining in contention for the prestigious bracelet and $10,000,000 prize that awaits the eventual champion. Hossein Ensan entered the day as the massive chip leader and was able to hold onto that position but Garry Gates also chipped up yesterday and the two big stacks hold around 75 percent of the chips in play between them. Yesterday saw Milos Skrbic take ninth for $1,000,000, Timothy Su eighth for $1,250,000, Nick Marchington seventh for $1,525,000, and then finally Zhen Cai for $1,850,000.

Hossein Ensan leads final five in the WSOP Main Event

As we enter the final two days of the 2019 World Series of Poker, stay tuned here as for updates as we draw closer to crowning the final bracelet winners and the next Main Event champion!

WSOP Day 46 Digest

Despite the main event taking a break yesterday, there was still plenty of action to be had with two new WSOP champions being crowned.

80$1,500Mixed No-Limit Hold’em Pot-Limit Omaha🇸🇪 Jerry Odeen$304,793
83$100,000No-Limit Hold’em High Roller🇺🇸 Keith Tilston$2,792,406

 Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em, Pot-Limit Omaha

One of the final mixed games events of the Summer came to a close with Sweden’s Jerry Odeen claiming the title and $304,793. Odeen had to not only work through two games of alternating No-Limit Hold’em and Pot-Limit Omaha, but also the 1,250 entry field which contained multiple notables with the likes of Greg RaymerVivian SalibaChris FergusonAri Engel, Jonathan Little, and Craig Varnell. Odeen only arrived in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago but will be leaving town with a bracelet on his wrist and a dream of WSOP glory fulfilled.

Jerry Odeen captured his first bracelet

Event #83: $100,000 High Roller

The event that drew much of the attention yesterday was certainly the $100,000 high roller final table with a notable pro occupying every seat. The day saw many stacks rise and fall, but when the dust settled it was Keith Tilston emerging at the top of the 99 player field for a whopping $2,792,406 after defeating Daniel Negreanu heads up. Negreanu entered the day with the shortest stack of the remaining six players but was able to find 5 double ups in order to play heads-up for his sixth bracelet for the second time this Summer. The key hand which ending up denying him that privilege was catching a nine high flush under Tilton’s ten high flush for most of his chips and was unable to recover. The highest buy-in event of the Summer saw the top three places all pay out over a million dollars. Notable pro and poker commentator Nick Schulman locked up a third-place finish with Igor Kurganov busting just prior to him in fourth. It was no surprise to have Germany once again making its presence felt on the high roller scene with Dominik Nitsche final tabling for 6th place and Steffen Sontheimer just missing out on doing so as well, busting in 11th.

Keith Tilston denied Negreanu a 6th bracelet
🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu2nd$1,725,83883$100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller
🇺🇸 Nick Schulman3rd$1,187,80283$100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller
🇷🇺 Igor Kurganov4th$840,18383$100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller
🇩🇪 Dominik Nitsche6th$457,77283$100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller
🇩🇪 Steffen Sontheimer11th$195,86283$100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller

Event #84: The Closer – $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em

Yesterday saw poker pro-Shaun Deeb bag the chip lead as 724 entries in the second of three starting flights brought the event’s total to 1,187. Despite bagging an impressive stack of over 1.1 million chips from the 25,000 starting stack, Deeb still finds himself chasing flight 1a Chipleader Roman Korenev. Today will mark the third and final starting flight of this event as players will look to get into one of the final chances of WSOP gold left this Summer.

Shaun Deeb bagged the chip lead for the second flight.

Event #85: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed

Just 24 players remain out of the original field of 835 entrants and play is scheduled to condense down to the final table of six today. John Richards currently sits atop the chip counts followed closely by notables Joseph Cheong as well as Brandon Shack-Harris who is aiming to add a third WSOP bracelet to his resume. In addition to the bracelet, an impressive $448,392 also occupies the first place payout.

John Richards leads the final 24.

Event #86: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship

With the main event on hold yesterday, another $10,000 tournament began seeing 248 entries on day one with potentially more to come as registration remains open until the start of play today. Felix Bleiker has ahold of the chip lead after running up his 60,000 starting stack to 425,400 in chips. Also bagging big yesterday were John Andress, bracelet winner Yuri Dzivielevski, and Eric Kurtzman.

Felix Bleiker bags Day 1 chip lead

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em MAIN EVENT – World Championship

The final nine players of the main event had a day off from playing after 7 long days of play required to see the rest of the 8,569 see their main event dreams come up short of the coveted bracelet. Hossein Ensan is far and away the chip leader who enters the day holding more chips than his two nearest competitors combined in Garry Gates and Zhen Cai. Fans and players alike from around the world can tune into ESPN tonight at 10 PM PDT for coverage as the players will resume the battle for the main event title and the $10,000,000 payout.

The main event enters the first day of final table play today

Earnings Leaderboard

With only three days left in the Summer here’s a look at those who have had the best Summer from an earnings standpoint. Daniel Negreanu saw himself rise above the $2 million mark yesterday in addition to his 14th cash from inside the walls of the Rio this year.

NameTotal EarningsCashes
🇺🇸 Keith Tilston$3,068,2802
🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu$2,024,10714
🇭🇰 Danny Tang$1,839,2072
🇺🇸 Nick Schulman$1,736,0126
🇺🇸 Sam Soverel$1,634,9962
🇬🇧 Benjamin Heath$1,634,4074
🇬🇧 Stephen Chidwick$1,618,4171
🇺🇸 Brandon Adams$1,523,1013
🇺🇸 John Gorsuch$1,354,9697
🇺🇸 Phillip Hui$1,277,1049

With the first day of the main event’s final table today and another WSOP bracelet to be awarded before the day is done, make sure to stay tuned for all of the updates from Sin City!

WSOP Day 45 Digest

For many people, Friday is known as payday, that held true yesterday for poker players at the Rio as four of the remaining bracelets were handed out to new champions.

75$1,111Little One for One Drop🇺🇸 James Anderson$690,686
78$1,500Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty🇩🇰 Maximilian Klostermeier$177,823
79$3,000No-Limit Hold’em🇫🇷 Ivan Deyra$380,090
81$1,50050th Annual Bracelet Winners Only No-Limit Hold’em🇺🇸 Shankar Pillai$71,580

Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em

Defeating a record field of 6,246 entries was James Anderson who took home his very first bracelet along with a $690,686 first place prize. Fernando Karam battled Anderson heads up but was denied his third bracelet of the Summer in the end. Although no stranger to success in poker tournaments having already surpassed the two million dollar mark on Hendon Mob, this marks Anderson’s largest score of his career.

James Anderson earns his first bracelet

Event #78: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty

Vegas first-timer Maximilian Klostermeier claimed his first bracelet yesterday walking away a score of $177,823 in addition to all of the $500 bounties he collected for eliminating some of the 1,130 entries. He defeated David Callaghan heads up who also walked away with a six-figure score of $109,844. Klostermieier has only been playing poker professionally for a short time and in his first ever trip to Las Vegas, he found his name engraved in WSOP gold.

Maximilian Klostermeier

Event #81: $1,500 Bracelet Winners Only Event

In the only event of the Summer that was guaranteed to see someone add to their bracelet collection, Shankar Pillai took it down for $71,580. Pillai defeated a stacked field of 185 entries on his way to donning his second bracelet. It had been a gap of over a decade since his first bracelet win back in 2007 in a $3,000 No Limit Hold’Em event. This was a first-time event at the World Series this year and drew one of the smaller fields of the Summer, however, when everyone in the tournament has already won before the path to victory is certainly much more challenging.

Shankar Pillai

Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Ivan Deyra saw himself hit multiple milestones of his poker career as he not only took home his first WSOP gold bracelet and $380,090 but also surpassed the one million dollar mark in tournament earnings. Deyra had to go through 671 entries in order to achieve his life long dream of owning a bracelet, eventually defeating David Gonzalez heads up who had the misfortune to bluff for all his chips when Deyra held a full house.

Ivan Deyra

Event #83: $100,000 High Roller

The biggest buy-in event of the Summer played down to the final six of the 99 entries yesterday with Keith Tilston bagging up the chip lead after his pocket kings cracked Sergi Reixachs aces late in the day. Fans will see an exciting final table of all notable pros battle it out for the WSOP gold and $2,792,406 that lies in wait for the champion today. In the hunt include Nick Schulman, day one chip-leader Brandon Adams, Dominik Nitsche, Igor Kurganov, and Daniel Negreanu who comes in today with a short stack of thirteen big blinds.

Daniel Negreanu enters the final table with the shortest stack

Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha

Players not only swap chips but entire games in this tournament as every 8 hands they rotate from playing No-Limit Hold’em to Pot Limit Omaha. Ayaz Mahmood bagged the chip lead and is aiming for his second bracelet in addition to the $304,793 prize. A large field of 1,250 entries required extending this tournament an extra day as now only 7 remain to play for the bracelet. One of the notables in the field David “ODB” Baker who already claimed a bracelet this summer saw his final table hopes crushed as he exited in tenth place.

Ayaz Mahmood leads the final 7 players

Event #82: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Double Stack

Day two of this new event ended with 6 players looking to don their first WSOP bracelet. Freek Scholten leads the final table and has already cashed four events this Summer will look to close out on the elusive bracelet and $530,164 first place prize. This event drew a massive field of 2,589 entries including many notables who saw their way to rail yesterday including Kristen Bicknell and Ryan Laplante.

Freek Scholten leads the final six

Event 84: $1,500 The Closer No-Limit Hold’em

Day 1a of the three starting flights yesterday drew to a close with online poker pro-Roman Korenev bagging the chip-lead. 463 entries in the starting flight show signs of yet another large field as the two remaining flights are expected to draw even larger numbers. The field is not without notables either as recent bracelet winner Ari EngelIan O’Hara, and Fabian Gumz all found bags to advance to day two.

Ari Engel bags a top three stack

Event #85: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed

After an action-filled day one saw 901 entries pony up the $3,000 to play the four card game, Paresh Doshi leads the remaining 173 survivors coming into today. $475,033 is what everyone will be eyeing as the field will condense down significantly today through ten hours of play. Two-time bracelet winner Keith LehrAnton MorgensternMartin Zamani, bracelet winner David Williams, and bracelet winner Leif Force all were able to bag healthy stacks and will look to build upon them today.

Anton Morgenstern bagged a healthy stack on day one

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em MAIN EVENT – World Championship

The main event is officially down to the final table as nine players remain of the 8,569. In addition to a million dollars, the players have also earned a day off today before play resumes tomorrow. Hossein Ensan holds a massive chip lead on the table of 177 big blinds well over Gary Gates also healthy stack of 99 big blinds. Despite the big stacks, the most feared player at the table might be poker pro-Dario Sammartino. He has already amassed over eight million dollars in tournament winnings and is one player the others certainly don’t want to see gain any steam off his 33 big blind stack. Sammartino got involved in a sticky situation with 11 players left when he faced a shove Nick Marchington. After asking for a count of what he thought was a little more than 20 big blinds he made the call. However, the dealer had miscounted and the shove was for much closer to 30 big blinds. The floor ruled Sammartino was committed to call off the full amount and his tens failed to improve against Marchington’s queens.

The final table of the Main Event
🇺🇸 Justin Bonomo22nd$10,38779$3,000 No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Ryan Riess26th$2,52081$1,500 50th Annual Bracelet Winners Only No-Limit Hold’em
🇦🇺 Jeff Lisandro28th$4,25478$1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty
🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu42nd$3,55378$1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty
🇺🇸 Daniel Zack44th$3,55378$1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty

Day 46 today will feature five events and two final tables, stay tuned here for updates on how they all unfold!

WSOP Day 44 Digest

The action on day 44 was hot and heavy as we saw four tournaments play down to their final tables and the main event carried into day 7 in addition to the latest bracelet being awarded:

77$3,000Limit Hold’em 6-Handed🇨🇦 Tu Dao$133,189

Women have been making their mark on this World Series, and that continued yesterday as Tu Dao defeated Alain Alinat heads up for her first WSOP bracelet and a nice $133,189 payday. Dao is the second woman this summer to conquer an open event. A couple of notables such as Greg Mueller and Daniel Zack came up short in adding to their bracelet busting on day 2. Dao had already sniffed a bracelet earlier this Summer, finishing in fourth in the $1,000 ladies event and was able to see this one through to the end.

Tu Dao
🇺🇸 Daniel Zack28th$4,57177$3,000 Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em

This popular unlimited re-entry event was scheduled to finish yesterday, however with the record-breaking field topping 6,000 runners; tournament staff made the decision to extend it one more day. Fernando Karam leads the final 5 players who will restart at noon today holding a sizeable chip lead nearly double that of the next closest stack. In addition to the WSOP gold, the players will be playing for $690,686.

Fernando Kram leads the final five players

Event #78: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty

This is another event that was supposed to come to a conclusion yesterday and had an extra day tacked on by tournament staff. This event’s bracelet will surely find an owner by the end of the day as only seven return to fight for it and the $177,823 top prize. Players have also already collected several of the $500 bounties earned for each elimination. Maximilian Klostermeier has a controlling grip on the chip lead bringing in a stack today that is more than his next two closest opponents combined. Klostermeier had a meager $3,000 in tournament earnings before this event and could have already well surpassed that in bounties alone.

Maximilian Klostermeier leads the final seven players.

Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Players did not have to play a very long day as they simply played down from 14 players to the final six before play stopped. David Gonzalez leads the last six players who eye the bracelet and the $380,090 prize for first. One of the more surprising bustouts from yesterday was Andras Nemeth who came into the day with the chip lead but didn’t see pots go his way as he hit the rail in seventh.

David Gonzalez leads the final six

Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha

The event which switches games from No-Limit Hold’em to Pot Limit Omaha played down to 47 players from the original 1,290 who started. Francis Rusnak is currently in the best shape to close out his bracelet dreams. Rusnak has amassed over two million in tournament earnings and several WSOP final table appearances but none of those cashes has come with a bracelet alongside it. Several bracelet winners are also still in the hunt including two-time winner Steve SungAyaz Mahmood, two-time winner David “ODB” Baker, and Ankush Mandavia.

Rusnak leads the field coming into day 3

Event #81: $1,500 50th Annual Bracelet Winners Only No-Limit Hold’em

While some tournaments have had a day added to them, this one has had one taken away. Originally scheduled as a four-day event, today on day three the final eight players will compete for the WSOP bracelet along with the $71,580 that awaits the first place finisher. Tommy Nguyen has built his stack to lead the final eight players coming into today. Nguyen won his bracelet in 2018 shipping the $1,500 monster stack for over a million of his 1.7 million tournament earnings to date.

Tommy Nguyen holds the chip lead with 8 remaining

Event #82: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Double Stack

World Series of extending tournaments continues as this original two-day event will almost certainly see a third day added to it as 357 players found a bag and their bracelet dreams alive at the end of yesterday. Topping all of the stacks is WSOP bracelet winner Mike Leah. Some other notables who chase him include Justin Harvell and former WSOP main event champion Greg Raymer. Over half a million dollar top prize of $530,464 will be paired with the bracelet for this event’s champion.

Mike Leah bags day 1 chip lead

Event #83: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller

This six-figure buy-in event attracted 93 players yesterday, and that number has the potential to grow as registration remains open until the start of day 2 today. Over half the field bagged in the slow structured tournament with 50 players returning today. Among them, Brandon Adams holds the chip lead followed closely by Byron Kaverman. This is a notable stacked event as one would expect with the hefty buy-in including Ali Imsirovic, bracelet winner Bryn Kenney, and Steffen Sontheimer.

Brandon Adams bags day 1 chip lead

Event #73: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em MAIN EVENT – World Championship

The excitement builds with each day as the payouts in the main event start to work towards hefty sums. Players played down to just four tables yesterday with 35 of them bagging chips and a main-event final table dream. The plan today is for players to play down to the dream for the final table of nine. The players will then have earned a day off for rest and interviews before returning to play out for the final three days of this prestigious event. Yuri Dzivielevski is the sole bracelet winner left among the bunch as notables Antonio Esfandiari, Sam Greenwood, and Alex Foxen all saw their main event run come to a close yesterday. Yuri Dzivielevski holds the chip-lead and this summer has already been a massive success regardless as his Hendon mob page was blank at the beginning of the Summer. It now holds one cash for $12,415 for taking 19th in the $800 deep stack event and has secured a payout in the main of $261,430.

Nicholas Marchington leads the final 35 players.

As the Summer draws to a close, let’s take a look at the top earner’s from inside the Rio so far. With the massive fields this year has seen, it’s no surprise they are all over a million each:

NameTotal EarningsCashes
🇺🇸 Sam Soverel$1,634,9962
🇬🇧 Benjamin Heath$1,634,4074
🇬🇧 Stephen Chidwick$1,618,4171
🇭🇰 Danny Tang$1,608,4061
🇺🇸 John Gorsuch$1,351,9556

Day 45 promises plenty of action with four final tables and the main event playing down to the final table, stay tuned here to stay up to date on all of the action!

WSOP Day 43 Digest

As the WSOP heads into its final week of the Summer, another bracelet was won yesterday:

90$50,000Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em🇭🇰 Danny Tang$1,608,406

Danny Tang defeated a field of 123 entries finishing with Sam Soverel heads up to collect his very first WSOP bracelet. The 90th bracelet event was added last minute when the world series was already underway, however that didn’t stop many high stakes notables such as Cary Katz, Dan Smith, Benjamin Heath, Stephen Sontheimer and Adrian Mateos who saw himself take fifth in the event. Tang also took home a sizable $1,608,406 for his efforts as the world series created yet another millionaire.

Danny Tang


🇪🇸 Adrian Mateos5th$367,18690$50,000 Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em
🇬🇧 Benjamin Heath10th$135,39590$50,000 Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Cary Katz12th$112,35790$50,000 Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em
🇺🇸 Dan Smith14th$95,74090$50,000 Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em
🇩🇪 Steffen Sontheimer19th$75,48390$50,000 Final Fifty No-Limit Hold’em

In other parts of the Rio, Mike Dentale leads the last 48 players in Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em. A record 6,246 entries created a massive prize pool with $690,686 going to the winner.

Mike Dentale

Andras Nemeth leads the final 14 players in Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em. This was initially planned to be a four day event, however with so many players hitting the rail yesterday it wouldn’t be surprising if the tournament director decided to allow play to continue today until a champion is crowned.

Another first of it’s kind tournament introduced by the World Series this year was Event #81: $1,500 50th Annual Bracelet Winners Only No-Limit Hold’em. The rake-free 01.

Nikita Luther

In Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, Corey Wright leads in the mixed event which switches every 8 hands from No-Limit Hold’em to Pot Limit Omaha. 340 players found chips to bag out of the record-breaking 1,250 who began the event. Notable pros Shaun Deeb and Chance Kornuth are among the top stacks returning for day 2.

Shaun Deeb

Kazuhiko Yotsushika holds the pole position in Event #78: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty. 42 remain of the 1,190 entries, in addition to the $177,823 top prize, every player has a $500 bounty on their head. Daniel Negreanu was among those to bag and enters the day very short stacked.

Daniel Negreanu enters the day short-stacked

However, the chip leader in the event the entire world is focused on is Timothy Su in Event #73: No-Limit Hold’em MAIN EVENT – World Championship It is Su’s very first main event, and out of the 8,569 players who entered with dreams of holding the bracelet above their heads, only 106 of them managed to survive and return today for day 6. Among those still in the hunt include Antonio Esfandiari, Alex Foxen, and Sam Greenwood. They have all secured a cash of at least $59,295, however, the $10,000,000 top prize is what everyone is aiming for in addition to the coveted bracelet.

Timothy Su

Day 44 certainly holds plenty of excitement for the poker world, stay tuned for updates and recaps as the action unfolds!