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  1. An exciting final table saw David Peters win World Series of Poker Online Event #25 ($7,777 NLHE Lucky 7's) and the $283,939 top prize after a decorated group of players produced a fast-paced finish. With four of the final eight already bracelet winners, the victory gave Peters his third WSOP bracelet as one of poker’s quiet greats further established his stellar reputation. Peters led the field into the final table and was the only player to have more than one million chips at that time, and it was another big name who busted first. Jason Koon was eliminated when his all-in from the sm
  2. Players typically give a lot of thought when picking their screenname for an online poker site. Whether it was a matter of setting a goal or a tribute to Erik Seidel, Eric Van Auken manifested his performance in Event #26 ($500 NLHE The Big 500 Encore) on Sunday night. Van Auken navigated his way through a final table that included a member of the Poker Hall of Fame and the second place finisher from Saturday night to win his first WSOP bracelet and earn $93,627. Naichang Chen opened to 200,000 from middle position with [poker card="qc"][poker card="qh"] before Poker Hall of Famer Jack McCl
  3. When the final table of World Series of Poker Online Event #24 ($400 NLHE Monster Stack) started on Saturday night, Byung Yoo was simply hoping to ladder up after starting with the third shortest stack. Corey Paggeot was in the opposite position, hoping to convert his overwhelming chip lead into a gold bracelet. Yoo continued to climb the ladder while Paggeot, who had three times as many chips as the next largest stack when the final table began, continued to run over the final table including holding a 14-1 chip lead over Yoo heads up. That's the closest Paggeot got to winning his firs
  4. Seven months after falling short at the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event U.S. final table, and one night after busting in fifth in another bracelet event, Ryan Hagerty battled his way through a WSOP event and emerged with the gold hardware that had previously eluded him. Hagerty, the fourth place finisher back at the hybrid final table of the 2020 WSOP Main Event, topped a field of 694 entries in Event #23 ($500 NLHE Turbo) Friday night. Thanks to the turbo format, final table bustouts were fast and furious. The first coming less than a minute after the final table began. From UTG, 'Lu
  5. Timing is everything. One can say this about most things in life, but for Phil Beck, a perfectly-timed series of events lifted him to victory in the World Series of Poker Online Event #9 ($400 Six-Max NLHE) for a career-high cash of more than $81,000 and, perhaps more importantly to him, his first WSOP gold bracelet. “It’s kind of crazy man, I’m in a little bit of disbelief,” Beck said just days after his win. “I’ve got a lot of buddies that are very, very good to incredible at the game, and not a lot of them have bracelets.” Beck, a construction controller for a local Las Vegas construc
  6. Every year for the past 51 years, the world's best poker players have gathered to battle for money and ego in the World Series of Poker. No matter the format, online or live, or the location, Europe, Australia, or in the birthplace of it all, Las Vegas, poker's heroes are born in the WSOP. The 2021 WSOP Online runs on WSOP.com from July 1 to August 1 and PocketFives is keeping tabs on all kinds of statistics from the action and will highlight one interesting stat or fun nugget from each day. July 21: Brock Lesnar Released From Cage Hits 10th Cash Michael 'BrockLesnar' Holtz joined Anthon
  7. Two previous World Series of Poker Player of the Year winners and a 2020 WSOP Main Event final tablist highlighted the final table of WSOP Online Event #22 ($600 NLHE Knockout) on Thursday night, but after 2.5 hours of play it was 'Lastbullet' who emerged victorious. 'Lastbullet' outlasted the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Jeff Madsen, and Ryan Hagerty on their way to a WSOP bracelet and a $46,796 payday. It took 15 minutes to get the first bustout out of the way. Down to just 2.5 big blinds after doubling up Madsen, 'shvszn' moved all in for 95,855 from the small blind and Michael Ziemba c
  8. Early Saturday morning, Philip ‘wingsuiter’ Beck capped off a dominating World Series of Poker Online final table performance in Event #9 ($400 Six Max NLHE) and earned the first-place prize of $81,534 and the first WSOP bracelet of their career. They were one of three previously unknown players who advanced to the final table. The event drew 788 unique entries and 429 re-entries to generate a prize pool of $438,120. It was a dominant final-table performance for the eventual winner. Beck started the final table second in chips with 4,472,849 behind Kenneth Neri’s 5,484,107. En route to vic
  9. Poker and Daily Fantasy Sports are two industries that are seeing a fair amount of overlap as both continue to expand to different states nationwide. Many players are splitting their days between grinding on the felt and grinding the virtual gridiron or basketball court at night. One of those players is Gionni Demers, a DFS pro and unprecedented three-time DraftKings Millionaire Maker winner, who just added a major poker title to his resume when he took down the WSOP Online Event #14 ($500 No Limit Hold'em) for over $90,000. Demers says he’s a DFS pro first, but that he has enjoyed playing
  10. The latest World Series of Poker Online bracelet event produced a fast-paced final table as Bradley Ruben took down Event #21 ($600 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Handed). After a heads-up victory against Michael Holtz, Ruben won the $69,148 top prize to claim his second WSOP bracelet and deny the final table chip leader Holtz a maiden victory. With nine players left, Holtz was dominating not just his table but the tournament, sitting with 2.7 million chips. Only Ruben held over a million chips at that stage, with Holtz’s dominance typified by his elimination of Kijoon Park in 10th place. Park’s [
  11. Monday Night's World Series of Poker Online event saw an exciting climax crown Martin Zamani as the new bracelet winner in WSOP Online Event #19 ($888-entry Pot Limit Omaha Crazy Eights). Zamani claimed the win at the expense of Shawn Stroke, but that only tells half the story of an incredible ending to what was a fast-paced PLO final table. Heading into the final table, a dominant Zamani led the players from three tables to one. Zamani had been leapfrogged into the lead, however, by the man who was the reason that only seven rather than eight players made the final table - Stroke. S
  12. Layne Flack, a six-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner, was found dead in his sleep in his Las Vegas home on Monday. He was 52 years old. Flack first burst onto the poker scene in the late 1990s. His first live tournament win came at the Hall of Fame Poker Classic at Binions in 1997. He earned $67,500 for the win but solidified his poker legend over the coming years by shining on poker's biggest stage, the WSOP. He won his first WSOP bracelet in 1999 when he took down a $3,000 Pot Limit Hold'em event for $224,400. In 2002, Flack won two bracelets, first in a $2,000 No Limit Hold'e
  13. Justin Lapka made the final table of Event #2 ($600 NLHE Deepstack) of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online only to bust out in sixth place. On Saturday night, Lapka made another WSOP final table and came from behind to win his first career WSOP bracelet. Lapka outlasted all 1,124 other entries in Event #17 ($400 No Limit Hold'em Eight Max) including a final table that included bracelet winners Chance Kornuth and Jason Gooch to win $75,371. The final tabled a little over an hour to play but the first bustout came 10 minutes in. Action folded to Brandon Ienn on the button and he moved al
  14. Last June, New Yorker Allen Chang emerged from relative obscurity to win Event #5 of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online for his first career bracelet and $161,286. On Friday night, Chang earned a second bracelet after winning Event #16 ($600 Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better Six Handed) in dominating fashion. Chang eliminated four of his five opponents at the final table to win $61,394 and needed just an hour to do it. Andrew Lichtenberger came to the final table with the shortest stack and was able to stick around just 10 minutes. Lichtenberger was the first to act and he moved all in for 238
  15. Buckle up, Pennsylvania online poker players - the World Series of Poker is coming to your house. Just days after receiving approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to launch, WSOP.com has announced that players in the Keystone State will be competing for WSOP bracelets this August. The eight-event schedule runs August 1 - 8 on WSOP.com in Pennsylvania with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $3,200, with the Championship Event costing $1,000 to enter. "We are thrilled to be opening up WSOP.com to the state of Pennsylvania," said Ty Stewart, SVP of the World Series of Poker at Caesar
  16. span style="font-style: italic;">Hosted by Lance Bradley, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. This week on The FIVES, Lance Bradley is joined by PokerGO commentator Jeff Platt to discuss all the happenings in the world of poker. Topics this week include: Is the WSOP moving to the Strip? PokerGO Cup Drama WSOP Online bracelets for Pennsylvania WSOP Europe Schedule Details The 2021 WSOP Online Main Event on GGPoker Plus, find out why Jeff thinks a fight between himsel
  17. The biggest buy-in event on the 2021 World Series of Poker Online WSOP.com schedule brought out the big guns and after three hours of final table play in Event #15 ($5,000 NLHE), Justin Saliba had his first career bracelet and a quarter-million dollar score. Saliba, whose previous best WSOP score was a 13th place finish in Event #18 ($1,000 NLHE Turbo Deepstack) in 2020, came to the final table third in chips trailing Martin Zamani and leader Jamere Tyson. Jonathan Dokler used the early stages of the final table to take the chip lead, but Saliba busted the last three players on his way to v
  18. According to a Facebook post from the Valley National 8-Ball League Association, the World Series of Poker is moving from the Rio to Paris and Bally’s beginning in 2022. VNEA learned of the change of venue after their own 2022 event scheduled for late May at Bally’s was abruptly canceled. “VNEA’s long-term contract with Bally’s Hotel & Casino was suddenly canceled by Bally’s as a result of the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) moving from Rio to the Bally’s/Paris properties in 2022 and beyond.” the post reads. The VNEA is a pool league that hosts its annual World Pool Championship in Las
  19. Gionni Demers toppled former World Series of Poker bracelet winner David Williams heads up to win the $90,023 and claim his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet in Event #14 ($500 NLHE) of the 2021 WSOP Online. Demers dominated the second half of the final table to close out a memorable victory in fine style. Heading into the final table, Samantha Lake held a big chip lead, with her stack of four million chips dwarfing those held by the talented trio of Shankar Pillai (2.45 million), Demers (2.4m) and Williams (2m). With the likes of Ethan Yau, Philip Shing and Jonas Wexler all hoping to come
  20. Ryan Leng started the final table of World Series of Poker Online Series Event #13 ($1,000 NLHE Freezeout) with just 13 big blinds but turned his luck around to take home his second WSOP bracelet and add another $108,654 to his poker earnings in a thrilling final table. Heading into the final table, former bracelet winner Raman Afansenka who led the way, with 2.4 million chips, a big blind ahead of Carmine Ciccone. Sitting middle of the field, Leng had a lot of work to do, but it was another player from the chasing pack who busted first. Moving all-in from the big blind for 18 big bl
  21. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Bryan Piccioli took down the World Series of Poker Online Event #12 ($500 Turbo Deepstack) for $83,332 and in doing so, captured his second gold WSOP bracelet. At the final table, Piccioli was one of no less than four players from previous WSOP Main Event final tables and got the better of some of the best in the business to strike gold. The final table began in quick fashion, reflecting the tournament overall, which took just seven hours to complete. Darren Elias opened to double the big blind from the hijack with [poker card="Ks"][poker card="8s"
  22. Michael Leib finished in 16th place in the $2,000 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Event #6 last Tuesday to earn what was at the time the second-largest recorded cash of his poker career at $5,695. Leib did quite a bit better in Saturday’s $333 No Limit Hold’em Event #10, scoring a first-place finish to earn the tournament’s top prize of $81,645 and his first career World Series of Poker gold bracelet. The Chicago, Illinois native earned the first four WSOP cashes of his career in last year’s WSOP Online 2020 series, recording his best finish when he came in 89th place in the $500 Senior’s Event.
  23. Over the last several years, Carlos Welch has made a name for himself for being a poker player with a knack for being frugal. Early Friday morning, Welch defeated 2020 bracelet winner Joon Kim to win his first career World Series of Poker bracelet and a six-figure score that could give Welch the opportunity to spend a little. Welch, a regular on the Thinking Poker podcast who has chronicled the ways he saves money, including living in his Toyota Prius for a good amount of time, outlasted 781 other entries to win 2021 WSOP Online Event #8 ($888 NLHE Crazy Eights) for $124,369. Welch start
  24. “It means the world to me. It’s the holy grail to me. It’s something that I’ve been chasing for so long.” On July 4, 35-year-old Brooklyn, New York native Donnell Dais’ poker journey came full circle when he bested the 950-entry field of World Series of Poker Online Event #3 ($500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack) to win a career-high $90,801 score and his first WSOP gold bracelet. For Diaz, it was the culmination of more than 13 years on a grind that started from the moment he first discovered the game as a member of the airborne infantry stationed in Iraq to earning one of poker’s most prestigious pr
  25. When 1999 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Noel Furlong passed away in late June at 83 years old, poker lost a champion, a fantastic storyteller, and an Irish legend. And it all started because he took his dogs for a walk. As fellow Irishman and longtime friend Padraig Parkinson tells it, Furlong had taken his dogs for their usual evening stroll one night when he ran into Irish poker legend Terry Rogers outside of Killiney Castle. "Noel said, 'What's going on?' and Terry said, 'Oh, all the top Americans are here to play poker'," Parkinson says. Inside the castle, which wa
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