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  1. Brian Altman found a nice rhythm, hitting the gym, eating the same things at the same time, and getting focused on the task at hand during the short walk from his hotel to the poker room where the World Poker Tour was holding their first-ever Main Tour stop at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa, Florida. For the better part of two days, Altman was sitting with a below-average stack. But by the end of Day 2, Altman surged in the chip counts and finished the day with a top 10 stack and a notion that, maybe, he was in a position to take down his third WPT title. “I mean, as
  2. 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 Lance is joined by DAT Poker Podcast co-host and poker podcaster OG Adam Schwartz. They discuss the sudden and dramatic end of the Landon Tice vs. Bill Perkins challenge and try and figure where the blame rests and what's next for the 22-year-old Tice. They also go over the history-making final table of the World Poker Tour that featured three women for the first time ever and talk about the $910,000 score that Chad E
  3. The final table of the World Poker Tour Venetian stop turned out to be a historic one. For the first time in tour history, three women made the final table of a WPT event. Daniela Rodriguez, Kyla England, and Kitty Kuo each had a chance to join Van Nguyen and Ema Zajmovic as the only women to etch their name on the Mike Sexton WPT Champions Cup for taking down a WPT event. Unfortunately for those three women - and the other two players at the final table on Wednesday - none of them were able to get out of the way of the final table freight train that was Chad Eveslage. The event attracte
  4. He's back. After spending much of the last few years out of the poker spotlight, Phil Ivey made a statement over the past five days by beating some of the world's best poker players on his way to earning the inaugural World Poker Tour Heads Up Poker Championship title and $400,000. The $25,000 buy-in event was played online via PokerKing, though most of the 32 invitees were at a resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and played each face-to-face. The field included a number of the top players in the world, high stakes regulars, along with a selection of influencers and streamers from outside of
  5. When the six-handed final table of the inaugural World Poker Tour Tampa stop began on Tuesday afternoon at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa, Florida, Brian Altman held almost three times as many chips as his closest competitor and more than the rest of the table combined. The reigning WPT Player of the Year and two-time WPT Champions Club member needed just three hours to collect the rest of the chips and etch his name on the Mike Sexton Champions Cup for the third time. Altman is now one of five players with three WPT wins to their credit and sits just one victory behind the
  6. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Get ready for an all-new episode of The FIVES Poker Podcast as Lance and Donnie bring you everything you need to know from the world of poker. The biggest news of the week dropped when the World Series of Poker announced the complete 2021 FALL live series. Everything you want to know about the biggest tournaments of the series including the Main Event, the weekend warrior tournaments, and the newest additions
  7. When the inaugural World Poker Tour Heads Up Poker Championship was announced last month, the tournament clearly had the chance to become one of the most exciting events of the year. Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey, Nick Schulman, and Nick Petrangelo were among the names initially confirmed for the $25,000 buy-in event. On Monday, poker fans got their first look at the rest of the 32-player field. Along with the four aforementioned superstars, the field includes multiple former WPT Player of the Year winners, high stakes cash game regulars, and some of the best players in the game today. But as the
  8. Less than a week after his victory, WPT500 Online winner David Afework has been disqualified by partypoker and his $160,210 first-place prize money redistributed to the rest of the field, according to a recent post by Afework on the Two Plus Two Forums. Afework, a UK-based poker player, posting on a new account in the forums under the name ‘Devplaza’ detailed in the post that soon after his "biggest win ever and the most amazing moment of my life" he received an email from partypoker explaining that he had been disqualified under the suspicion that Afework had allowed a third party on his a
  9. Christian Rudolph emerged from the talent-packed final table of the World Poker Tour Online Series Main Event on partypoker to earn his first WPT title and $487,442.75 for the win. The path to the WPT Champions Club was no easy task for Rudolph as he first had to navigate the Main Event field of 1,065 runners over the course of three days and then take on a number of elite pros at the final table. The final nine included final table chip leader Daniel Dvoress, Rainer Kempe, and the current #1-ranked online player in the world, Yuri Dzivielevski. Additionally, the final table took roughly ni
  10. Another strong sign that live poker is returning came Wednesday afternoon when the World Poker Tour announced their North American schedule for the remainder of 2021. The schedule includes a total of seven main tour events and is anchored by one of the longest running events in WPT history. Season 18, which began in July 2019 and was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, wrapped up in April with the record-setting Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. That event drew 2,482 entrants, the largest event in the history of the tour. "As we emerge from restrictions throughout North America we
  11. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Matt Berkey joins Lance and Donnie on this week's episode of The FIVES Poker Podcast to talk about Solve4Why's latest product, To Be Determined, a feature length documentary telling the story of the one low stakes grinder looking to work his way up from the bottom. They also talk about the origins of Solve4Why and the Poker Out Loud casting process. Lance and Donnie also discuss the lack of updates from the Wo
  12. It’s another week atop the Online Poker Rankings for Brazilian Yuri ‘Yuri Martins’ Dzivielevski as he enters his ninth week as the #1 ranked online poker player in the world. While Dzivielevski is in his third stint as the top-ranked player, there’s a trio of players in the top 20 this week who have yet to reach the pinnacle of online poker but are enjoying career-high rankings in an effort to get to the top for the very first time. With all that he’s accomplished in the game of poker, both online and live, one might assume that current All-Time Online Money List leader Joao ‘Naza114’ Vi
  13. After 471 days of waiting, the six players who made the final table of the World Poker Tour Borgata Winter Poker Open in January 2020 finally got the opportunity to play for the title and mid-six-figure payday on Sunday night. Veerab Zakarian clearly didn't mind the wait. Originally scheduled to be played in April 2020 in Las Vegas, the final table was one of three TV final tables postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The final six players, who last sat together on January 31, 2020 gathered at the PokerGO Studio on Sunday night and through seven hours of play, Zakarian eliminate
  14. Brekstyn Schutten is now the answer to a trivia question - and is also a newly minted millionaire - after taking down the largest event in the 19 year history of the World Poker Tuesday night in Las Vegas. Schutten defeated Steven Snyder heads up to win the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown and take home the $1,261,095 first place prize at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas. The event, which initially ran in late April, drew 2,482 entries to smash the previous record for largest WPT live event (1,795) and largest WPT event ever, besting the 2,130 entries that the WPT Online Championshi
  15. For the second time in two days, the World Poker Tour crowned a new champion and for the second time in two attempts, Matas Cimbolas was relegated to the role of bridesmaid in one of the WPT's most prestigious events. Balakrishna Patur eliminated Cimbolas, who finished runner-up to David Baker at the 2019 LAPC Main Event, to cap off a nine-hour final table to win the 2020 version of the L.A. Poker Classic and walk away with his name on the WPT Champions Cup and $1,015,000 in his pockets. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the final table was delayed from its original April 2020 date. On Su
  16. You probably think Darth Vader says “Luke, I am your father”. He doesn’t. You probably think Queen's ‘We are the Champions’ ends with an emphatic “...of the WORLD!”. It doesn’t. And you probably think that Chris 'Moorman1' Moorman - a fixture in every ‘greatest online tournament player ever’ debate - has won at least one PokerStars Championship of Online Poker title during a career that’s seen him win 30 PocketFives Triple Crowns (the most ever), top the global rankings 13 times (often for months at a time), and rack up $18.6 million in cashes (fifth all-time). He hadn’t...until April.
  17. The World Poker Tour Online Series is returning to partypoker beginning on May 14, giving players another online shot at a Main Tour title with its $3 million guaranteed Main Event. Running from May 14 through June 2, the 2021 WPT Online Series is anchored by a a $3,200 Main Event that promises online players the experience, and paydays, similar to competing in any WPT Main Tour event. The $3,200 WPT Online Series Main Event includes a $3 million guarantee and, for the winner, their name engraved on the Mike Sexton WPT Champions Cup. The Main Event will feature two starting flights, the
  18. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Get ready for another all-new, jam-packed episode of The FIVES Poker Podcast as Lance and Donnie break down everything that took place in the world of poker. This week, the World Series of Poker expanded their summer online schedule and announced that beginning on August 1, thirty-three online gold bracelet events will be available on GGPoker for international players. At the same time, the Wynn in Las Vegas l
  19. It's a little more than 2,500 miles from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida to the PokerGo Studio at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, and none of the six players who made the final table of the record-setting World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown are going to mind making the trip. Each of the six made the final table of the record-setting SHRPS and will play the final table at the PokerGo Studio on May 18 with $1,261,095 going to the eventual champion. France's Sonny Franco bagged up the slightest of chip leads when play con
  20. The partnership between 888poker and the World Poker Tour has proved once again to be a fruitful one as 1,087 entries piled into the lobby of the $1,050 WPTDeepStacks London Main Event to take their shot at the six-figure sums that were up for grabs. After several Day 1 flights, 177 players returned to the 888poker tables for Day 2. It was Brazilian grinder ‘paulinhoo00’ who not only made his way to the final table but navigated a tough final nine that included 888Live London champion Tom Hall and high roller extraordinaire (and 888poker ambassador) Dominik Nitsche to capture the $233,705 f
  21. The World Poker Tour and Theta Labs, a decentralized video delivery network, have announced an exclusive partnership aimed at giving poker fans the ability to own WPT digital collectibles in what the companies are calling “the world’s first real-time NFT marketplace.” The World Poker Tour is following in the footsteps of the pop-culture trail blazed by NBA Top Shot, which takes officially licensed digital collectable clips (commonly referred to as “moments”) and then sells and distributes them in varying quantities to fans as NFT (non-fungible tokens). In short, it’s like digital trading ca
  22. In a few short weeks, players on the European and global networks of 888poker will be battling it out for a slice of mouth-watering guarantees, prestigious titles and online poker glory with three WPTDeepStacks online series coming to the virtual felts of 888poker in April. The online poker platform has had a massive makeover in the last few months. Their new Made to Play platform and online tournament revamp has been at the heart of these changes. And now 888poker players around the world will have the opportunity to play for massive cash prizes and a WPTDeepStacks title on the site.
  23. When the final six players in the World Poker Tour Gardens Poker Championship bagged up their chips on January 13, 2020 they knew there was going to be a delay before they got the chance to crown a champion. They just didn't know it was going to last 422 days. Originally scheduled to be played on March 31, 2020 at the HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, the final table was ultimately postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. With live poker slowly opening back up in Sin City, the six players, including chip leader Chance Kornuth, were brought into the
  24. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. On this week's episode of The Fives Poker Podcast, Lance and Donnie talk about the World Poker Tour's return to Las Vegas and the amazing run that Qing Liu is on right now and his shot at making WPT history. They also discuss the complaints aired by WPT Venetian eighth place finisher Jared Jaffee about how the final stages of the tournament were handled. Following Michael Addamo's win in the partypoker MILLION
  25. Over a year ago, Qing Liu made the final table of the World Poker Tour Gardens Poker Championship. That final table was meant to be played in Las Vegas last March but the coronavirus pandemic put an extended delay on that event. This week, Liu traveled to Las Vegas to play the WPT Venetian event before finally getting to play the Gardens Championship final table on Wednesday. Now he's suddenly in position to win two WPT titles - and more than $1.3 million - in a 24 hour span. On Tuesday night Liu beat 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe McKeehen heads up to win the WPT Veneti
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