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WSOP 2021: Josh Arieh Scores Third Career Gold Bracelet in $1,500 PLO for $204,766


The Rio was buzzing on Friday for the World Series of Poker as six different events were taking place in various parts of the Amazon Room, Brasilia, and Pavilion.

However, all eyes were on the final table of the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha where longtime WSOP mixed game grinder Josh Arieh, went the distance in commanding fashion, besting the final table of five and picking up $204,766 and the gold bracelet.

At the same time, the $10K. H.O.R.S.E. brought back a stable full of bracelet winners to see who would make the prestigious final table and another two events kicked off to keep the action going throughout the weekend.

WSOP 2021: Addamo Wins $50K High Roller For $1.1M, Arieh Leads $1,500 PLO Final Five


Day 22 of the 2021 World Series of Poker was highlighted by the high-stakes rematch between two of poker’s elite talents. Michael Addamo and Justin Bonomo met at the final table of the $50K High Roller with Addamo to battle another major title, which ended with Addamo earning more than $1.1 million and claiming his third career gold bracelet.

The Five Biggest Storylines From Week Three of the 2021 WSOP


The theme for Week 3 of the 2021 World Series of Poker was making history.

This year’s series was already going to be a historic one with it being held in the fall and the “current conditions” under which it is being held. But this week, all of the drama and history were made on the felt.

Three $10K Championships, $50K High Roller Among WSOP Week 3 Must Watch Events


The 2021 World Series of Poker kicks into high gear in its third week with three Championship bracelet events, another tough $5K No Limit tournament, and a high roller that’s certain to be packed with some of the biggest names in the game.

Here’s everything you can look forward to in Week Three of the WSOP.

WSOP Adds Two Starting Flights To 2021 Main Event As U.S. Travel Restrictions Ease


On Friday night, the World Series of Poker announced two new starting flights for the 2021 Main Event have been added to the schedule as a response to the news that the United States will be easing international travel restrictions on November 8.

Hellmuth Headlines The Five Biggest Storylines From Week Two of the 2021 WSOP


It took just one week for the 2021 World Series of Poker to settle into a routine. After the initial chaos of the early events with their long lines and sometimes slow-paced verification processes, the vibe at the Rio found its stride with big names winning bracelets, shot takers living their dream, and a historic blow-up we all saw coming.

Week two brought back a very familiar feel to the WSOP, even under the “current conditions.” From packed fields of poker’s brightest stars to an old-fashioned dose (or two) of drama, things remained lively throughout the week.

With that, let’s check out the five biggest storylines from Week 2 of the World Series of Poker.

Monster Stack, Ladies Championship & $5K Six-Max Highlight WSOP Week 2 Events


The second full week of the 2021 World Series of Poker promises plenty of action with events that guarantee some of poker’s brightest stars will make an appearance at the Rio. It’s a healthy schedule of mixed games, marquee recreational events, and, perhaps, one of the toughest tournaments of the series. Here’s what you can look forward to in Week Two of the WSOP.

The Five Biggest Storylines From Week One of the 2021 WSOP


We’re just one week into the 2021 World Series of Poker and already so much has happened. Bracelets have been won, the hallways have been packed, and, yes, Phil Hellmuth threw a fit in the Amazon room.

The WSOP is back, it’s different, and so far it’s been fantastic. Not without its difficulties but the final series to take place in the Rio is, in fact, taking place. And with that, plenty of storylines have emerged – here are five of the biggest from the first seven days.

Jason Koon Joins GGPoker As Newest Global Ambassador


At the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, in the middle of the largest flight of the 2021 World Series of Poker Reunion, GGPoker rolled out the red carpet to announce that high-stakes crusher Jason Koon is officially the newest addition to GGTeam as a Global Ambassador.

Set Aside Screen Time This Week For Non-Stop Poker Programming


It wasn’t that long ago when poker fans were starved for content. Waiting for the next EPT live stream or setting their TiVo’s to grab the latest rerun of an old WSOP episode. But that time has passed and today, we live in an era of the non-stop poker content frenzy. This week, the buffet for the eyes will only get bigger as the World Series of Poker, World Poker Tour, and Triton Poker all have brand new programming headed to a screen near you.

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