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  1. The World Series of Poker has announced that it will be the third online poker operator to enter the Pennsylvania market as WSOP.com will officially launch in the Keystone State on July 12. Through their partnership with Harrah’s Philadelphia, WSOP.com is planning to bring Pennsylvania and its population of 12.8 million, similar cash games and tournament schedules they currently offer their players on their multi-state network. However, without an agreement to share liquidity with other states that offer online poker, players in Pennsylvania remain in a ring-fenced state. Players in Pennsyl
  2. New Jersey online grinder David ‘dave419’ Nodes scored a signature win on Sunday night after taking down the World Series of Poker Summer Online Circuit Series Main Event for $54,116.30. The 18 event online series concluded over the weekend as Nodes bested the 679-entry field of the $525 Main Event to capture his first gold ring and the $54,116.30 first-place prize. Although Nodes had been close before, finishing as the runner-up in Event #9 ($300 NLH Knockout) of the WSOP.com Winter Online Super Circuit for $10,960, his WSOP resume had lacked that headline result until now. Nodes did cash
  3. The World Series of Poker has announced its plans for the return of its live, in-person Las Vegas poker festival for 2021. The series is set to take place from Thursday, September 30 through Tuesday, November 23 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel with the first flight of the $10,000 Main Event kicking off on Thursday, November 4. “This year, more than ever, we embrace our role at the WSOP to deliver memorable experiences and bring this community of poker lovers back together,” said Ty Stweart, WSOP Executive Director. While a complete schedule was not released with the announcement, the opening
  4. The truth is, there really is no such thing as an overnight success in the world of poker. Sure, some people are hit with the deck and take home a tournament win for big money, or go on a heater in a cash game - it happens. But sustained success in poker, the kind that gets a player recognized by their peers, takes dedication to the game and plenty of time. For some in the poker community, the recent rise of Alex ‘Veruz’ Butcher to the top of the U.S. Online Poker Rankings may have looked sudden, even out of nowhere. But for Butcher, the 26-year old poker pro, it was hard work in every aspe
  5. It’s a brand new year for the online grinders in the Regulated States of America and an early snapshot of the U.S.A. Online Poker Rankings finds some new names challenging the familiar faces for their spot in the top-10. David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman (6,027 PLB points) retains the top spot in the U.S.A. thanks to an impressive string of PLB-qualified cashes to kick-off 2021. The New Jersey online grinder picked up wins in the January 4 edition of the WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack for $7,705 and 170.51 PLB points and the January 6 edition of the BorgataPoker.com Mega $535 Tuesday for
  6. In what is seen as a big win for interstate online poker, the First Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the New Hampshire Lottery Commission in their case against the U.S. Department of Justice and its revised opinion of the Wire Act. As originally reported by OnlinePokerReport.com, the ruling upholds the decision of a lower court that the reinterpretation of the Wire Act by the Department of Justice in 2018 is incorrect. In that revised opinion, the DOJ sought to expand the coverage of the Wire Act beyond sports betting to include all forms of gambling which included lotteries a
  7. The World Series of Poker has announced its new 2021 season of the WSOP Online Circuit Series. In light of the challenges of scheduling live events in face of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the WSOP has expanded its online schedule on WSOP.com to cover the entire year and offer players the opportunity to win more than 180 WSOP gold rings. The WSOP.com shared player pool in Nevada and New Jersey will be offered monthly Circuit series. Eight of these will feature 12 gold ring events with another four “Super Circuits” expanded to 18 events. In an attempt to capture some of the same benefits of
  8. The 71 players who survived Day 1 of the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event on WSOP.com returned to the tables on Monday to battle for a seat at the December 28 televised live final table and a shot at the $1,553,256 first-place prize. The Final Nine After roughly seven hours of play, only nine players remained with Louisiana’s Joseph Hebert taking a commanding chip lead into the final table. Hebert was involved in a number of key eliminations down the stretch and ended the day with 13,052,534 in chips, more than 2.5 times anyone else in the field. New York native Shawn Stroke wrapped
  9. The 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event continued on Sunday as United States-based players located in Nevada and New Jersey took their shot at the lone $10,000 buy-in Day 1 flight on WSOP.com in a bid to become the next WSOP World Champion. At the end of 12 hours of play, the field of 705 players had just 71 remaining and three-time WSOP bracelet winner Upeshka De Silva emerged as the overnight chip leader with 1,930,067 in chips. He is followed by ‘vforvictoria’ who sits in a close second place with 1,792,716 in chips and ‘Samthedog76’ who rounds out the top three with 1,529,044 in chips
  10. April often opens with a day dedicated to Fools, but this year some of online poker's biggest stars shined brightest all month long - including the most-decorated player in PocketFives history. Moorman, 'bencb789', Nitsche, Leonard Grab Sunday Majors Wins Chris Moorman has won more PocketFives Triple Crowns than anybody else and he tops the all-time online poker tournament earnings list by a very healthy margin. In April, he added to his resume by winning the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up. That win earned him $39,343 and pushed him closer to the $15 million lifetime earnings mark. The final tabl
  11. Hosted by PocketFives President and Editor in Chief Lance Bradley and poker writer Matt Clark, The Fives runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Lance and Matt are back this week to talk all about the latest additions to the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl field, the success of the partypoker MILLIONS Grand Final and the World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown and talk all about the much-celebrated news that WSOP.com will be launching inter-state liquidity in New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada on May 1.The F
  12. Just like that, Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn is back on top. Nevada’s former #1 grinder retakes the Silver State throne after coming off an extended hiatus from the online grind. For months, at the end of 2017 and into 2018, McLawhorn was absent from the Nevada online poker scene, not having recorded a cash since early October. Well, he fired up his WSOP.com client and started crushing tournaments again. One may think “crushing” is hyperbole, but McLawhorn registered 12 cashes from January 14 through the end of the month. He final tabled 11 of them, won 6 of them outright and finished as the ru
  13. The World Series of Poker Online bracelet events captured the attention of the poker world this weekend but they were by no means the only opportunity for U.S.-based players to take down a big-time tournament. For starters, WSOP.com is running the WSOP.com Online Championships right alongside of the 2020 WSOP. The Online Championships is a month-long series with $6 million in total prize money guaranteed and this weekend the series featured three six-figure prize pools. One of the biggest tournaments of the weekend was the WSOP.com OC #21 ($200,000 Sunday Special Edition) which saw 613 p
  14. It was 5 a.m. on an East Coast Monday morning and 29-year-old New Jersey native Frank Marasco was about to see daylight. “I don’t remember exactly but it was definitely over an hour we were playing three-handed with this huge jump from third to first,” Marasco said. “Then it happened really fast where we just played this huge pot where I had aces against ace-deuce for, I think, 85% of the total chips.” The tournament in question was the recent $525 WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit Main Event, the second-largest online ring event the World Series of Poker held all year. And, indeed, the pay
  15. When World Series of Poker officials announced in mid-April that the 2020 WSOP was being postponed due to the uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic, they promised that players would be playing for "WSOP glory from their homes" this summer. That promise was met last week when the WSOP announced a total of 85 online bracelet events with 31 set for WSOP.com for players in Nevada and New Jersey, and another 54 for players outside of the United States to be battled for on GGPoker.com. The response from some of the poker community wasn't all that positive with a large number of complaints fo
  16. With the decision to postpone or cancel all current live WSOP Circuit events, the WSOP quickly put together an 18-event online series on WSOP.com for players in New Jersey or Nevada. The series featured 18 gold ring events, with a total of $1.24 million in combined prize pool guarantees up for grabs. The series started March 14, 2020, and ran through March 31. When it was all said and done, the guarantees were smashed thanks to 11,816 total entries generating more than $3.945 million in total prize pools. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“NJ Onl
  17. Dates for the 2020 World Series of Poker were announced on Wednesday, and the 51st WSOP is scheduled for May 26 through July 15, 2020. The 2020 WSOP will once again be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with 51 action-packed days of poker planned, despite the recent sale of the property. Although the full schedule of events is yet to be released, the WSOP did give the dates for the WSOP Main Event, the BIG 50, and the Seniors Championship. Main Event Scheduled for July 1-14 The 2020 WSOP Main Event runs July 1-14. It kicks off on Wednesday, July 1, for the first
  18. Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania were once again roaring with legal online poker action on Sunday, as thousands of players flocked to the virtual felt in an attempt to score big paydays. Let's take a look at some of the biggest results that were had from the U.S. online poker scene. The action on WSOP.com across Nevada and New Jersey was exciting. The site had several huge tournaments play out, including the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller, the WSOP.com $150,000 GTD NL Sunday Special, and the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD 'Keep It 100.' All three of these events had six-figure guarantees t
  19. The WSOP.com Spring Online Championships are onto the fourth week of the series. It's the final week of the series and a lot more money is up for grabs, including $300,000 guaranteed from the Main Event alone. layers from Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware have been driving huge fields and big prize pools, and PocketFives is here to review the result and highlight the winners. In this article, PocketFives will focus on tracking the results for the events that take place from Monday, April 27, through Sunday, May 3. From the 100 feature events, $7.851 million in prize money was awarded. Those
  20. For the penultimate 2020 World Series of Poker Online bracelet event on WSOP.com, Jonathan 'SugarJ' Lessin rolled back the years to win Event #30 ($500 Seniors Event). Lessin secured the victory for $64,411.20 and his first career bracelet. Allen 'Nucman' Pock started the final table as chip leader and did not waste anytime putting his 3 million strong chip stack to use. Following an early position all in of 234,618 by Al 'BigAl16' Riccobono, Pock called after looking down at [poker card="Ac"][poker card="Ks"] which dominated his opponents [poker card="Ad"][poker card="Tc"]. The board ran o
  21. After two full weeks of online poker action, the WSOP.com’s Fall Online Championships concluded this weekend as '49ersuited' took down the $175K GTD Main Event for $55,120. For the better part of October, players from Nevada and New Jersey battled for more than $1 million in guaranteed prize pools over a schedule that saw 36 of the 37 events crush their guarantees. The enthusiasm for the Fall Online Championships saw U.S. based players eager to take shots in nearly every event. The WSOP.com's $1 million total prize pool guarantee was easily met as, over the course of two weeks, players g
  22. WSOP.com is planning on keeping online poker players in New Jersey and Nevada busy over the next two weeks as their Fall Online Championships series takes place from October 6-20 and promises over $1 million in guaranteed prize pools. The Fall Online Championships is a 37-event series that invites players of every buy-in level the opportunity to take home a title. The schedule features buy-ins ranging from as little as $11 up to the $1,000 buy-in Six Max High Roller. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Win The Strap There's going t
  23. The first ever World Series of Poker online bracelet event attracted 905 entrants, creating a prize pool of $859,000. The top 100 will finish in the money, with a top prize of almost $200,000 on the line. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- WSOP officials Tweeted
  24. In Nevada, WSOP.com kicked off its weekend with seven major events including the WSOP $10,000 Main Event Qualifier, Weekend Warm-Up $5,000 Guarantee, and the Re-Entry R&A $3,000 Guarantee on Saturday. WSOP.com had 382 runners vying for the 50 available prizes totaling $45,200. One of the events was a $215 buy-in with the top prize of an entry to the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event worth $10,000. The player with the highest individual prize this weekend on WSOP.com was DiaperChangerin the WSOP Main Event Qualifier, winning a $10,000 seat into the Main Event. This was his first cash of
  25. In Nevada this week, WSOP.com ran three of its four $3,000 events as scheduled. On Wednesday, the site ran a special satellite for two $1,500 seats to the 2014 World Series of Poker. All of their events exceeded the guarantees. There were 236 runners with a total prize pool of $17,000. Two players who won a $1,500 ticket to an event at the 2014 WSOP were Forthekidsand Kryptonite1. The player with the highest cash win was ATLienwith a payout of $1,529 for taking down Friday night's event. ATLien is no stranger to these events, having made 12 final tables and winning three of the $3,00

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