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  1. Slowly but surely, the schedule for the 50th edition of the World Series of Poker is coming together. On Wednesday, another 34 events of the 2019 schedule were revealed as well as confirming that the big blind ante format will be used in every tournament where antes are present. In addition, the WSOP has announced a dramatic increase in starting stacks across the entire series. Mainstay Events Added Over the course of the past month, the WSOP has unveiled the 2019 schedule piece-by-piece. Back in December, they announced The Big 50, The Main Event as well as a number of schedule favorit
  2. A little over 14 months ago, Jack Sinclair made his way to the World Series of Poker Main Event final table only to finish in eighth place. On Friday, the 27-year-old Brit avoided a similar fate and outlasted one of online poker's toughest players to win the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event and the first bracelet of his career. Sinclair beat Laszlo 'omaha4rollz' Bujtas heads-up to pick up the title and the €1,122,239 ($1,277,013 US) score. That narrowly edges out his Main Event final table performance, where he earned $1,200,000, for the largest score of his career. Ihor Yerofieie
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