A professional player hindsight post lockdown

A couple of days ago, we asked some of our users a couple of questions about their poker life during these extraordinary times. One of them kindly accepted to spend his personal time to answer all of them. Let’s dive in! I live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Been playing professionally for almost 10 years now. Do you […]

WSOP Day 41 Digest

No bracelets were distributed yesterday but several tournaments are underway. The Event #77: $3,000 Limit Hold’em 6-Handed started its day 1 with 193 players and ended with 57 players. The chip leader for day 2 is Ron Carmona with 147,000 chips. Event #75: $1000 + $111 Little One for One Drop is looking great with […]

WSOP Day 39 Digest

The main event is taking much of the attention, as it should, and we had no new champion yesterday. 1,100 on 3,248 players survived this day 2 AB, , combining the qualified players of day 1A and day 1B. Day 3 will start on Monday, waiting for the players being able to get to the […]

WSOP Day 34 Recap

Two events ended last night, one live and one online. # Buy-in Event Player Prize 65 $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better 🇺🇸 Nick Schulman $463,670 68 $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Championship 🇺🇸 Nicholas Baris $303,739 “That’s long enough!”; it might have been something Nick Schulman told himself before this final table. Seven […]

WSOP Day 32 Recap

Only one bracelet was distributed yesterday and it was for Scott Seiver which got his very own third WSOP bracelets! He came back for the final heads-up with Andrey Zhigalov and followed the trend from last night were he went from last in chip with only 2 big bets in front of him at 3 […]