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  1. Hungary’s Norbert Szecsi and World Series of Poker Player of the Year points leader Shaun Deeb battled heads-up for the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe Event #6 (€1,650 Mixed Pot-Limit Omaha/No Limit Hold’em) title with Szecsi denying Deeb of his sixth career bracelet and emerging victorious for his own second career gold bracelet. Szecsi, who has a previous WSOP win back in 2013, defeated the field of 241 players and went on a final table run that included hitting a royal flush on the river to take home the €86,596 first place prize. Szecsi finds himself is in the midst of a career peak.
  2. Asi Moshe is no stranger to the World Series of Poker winner’s circle, and on Tuesday he joined the ranks of two-time WSOP bracelet winners when he captured his second piece of gold in WSOP Europe’s Event #2: €1,650 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Deepstack. Moshe topped a field of 221 entries to earn the €82,280 top prize. Moshe entered the final table with the chip lead and rode that lead to victory. The Israeli player now has more than $2.15 million in live tournament earnings. Moshe’s first WSOP bracelet came at the 2014 WSOP in Las Vegas, when he topped a field of 2,396 entries in a $1,500 n
  3. The first event on the World Series of Poker Europe schedule featured eight starting flights and 2,992 players. When it was all over, Israel's Tamir Segal stood tall to claim not only his first career WSOP cash but a brand new bracelet to go with it. Segal went to work right away at the final table. Björn Bouwmans raised to 1,200,000 from the cutoff seat with [poker card="ac"][poker card="kh"] before Segal shoved all in from the button with [poker card="as"][poker card="qh"]. Bouwmans called off the rest of his stack and found a safe [poker card="8d"][poker card="5h"][poker card="4s"] flop.
  4. Take a quick look at Siamak Tooran's Hendon Mob profile and you quickly come to understand that King's Casino in Rozvadov is basically his home field. The German poker pro has 19 career cashes and 13 of them have come at King's. None of them will likely ever compare to what he pulled off on Sunday. Tooran made his way through 110-other entries in the World Series of Poker Europe €25K Short Deck Event to win €740,996 and the first WSOP bracelet of his career. His previous best live score was for just €56,104. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Glob
  5. This time last year Vangelis Kaimakamis was lamenting what could have been after he busted a World Series of Poker Europe event just two places shy of the bracelet. On Sunday he had nothing to lament after topping the 766-entry field in the €1,350 Mini Main Event to win his first career bracelet, €167,056, and a seat to the WSOP Europe Main Event. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The eight-handed final table actually began on Saturday before stopping for the night just after the first elimination. Shahar Levi opened to
  6. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe kicked off this week at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and the first event is in the books. Topping the 1,011-entry field in the €350 Opener No Limit Hold’em was Renat Bohdanov, earning €53,654 and his first career gold bracelet. The win proved to be the largest live tournament score of Bohdanov’s career, as his previous best payout was for €11,350 in the €250 Mini Main Event held earlier in the month during the WSOP International Circuit in Rozvadov. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker
  7. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event wrapped up on Thursday with Alexandros Kolonias picking up the first live win of his career and €1,133,678. Two players eliminated on Wednesday, leaving just six coming back to the felt on Thursday to play down to a winner. Those six played for just over two hours before one was finally sent packing. Down to just 10 big blinds, Rifat Palevic moved all in with [poker card="kh"][poker card="2d"] when action folded to him in the small blind and Anh Do called when he looked down at [poker card="qc"][poker card="qd"]. The [poker card="td"][poker c
  8. The World Series of Poker is gearing up for their return to King’s Resort in Rozvadov for the 2019 WSOPE from October 13-November 4. For the third year in a row, Leon Tosukernik’s casino in the Czech Republic will play host to the WSOP’s European series where it’s very likely that the 2019 WSOP Player of the Year winner will be determined. Fifteen Gold Bracelet Events After rolling out an initial slate of 11 gold bracelet events, organizers have recently increased the number of events to 15 due to player feedback. The changes include a pair of tournaments to entice the high-rollers includ
  9. [caption width="640"] The King's Casino in Rozadov, Czech Republic is going to be hosting the next two WSOP Europe festivals, in 2017 and 2019. (Photo courtesy King's)[/caption] The World Series of Poker announced that the World Series of Poker Europe is returning in the fall 2017, but with a brand new home that has been the host to some of poker's elite over the past few years. After holding the series in England, France, and Germany, the latest installment of the poker festival has a home at the King’s Casino in Rozadov, Czech Republic. The WSOP and King’s Casino have reached an agre
  10. For the first time in its history, World Series of Poker Europe will be played at the Spielbank Berlin Casino in Germany from October 8 to 24, meaning the series starts Thursday. Over the span of 16 days, 10 bracelet events will be contested that count toward official WSOP records. The fun begins on Thursday with a €2,200 Six-Handed No Limit Hold'em event. The start of the tournament on Thursday also marks the first time the event has been contested in two years. When Caesars and WSOP officials rolled out the WSOP Asia/Pacific (WSOP APAC) in 2013, there were concerns that there was too muc
  11. As the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe festival winds down in Rozvadov, there are two storylines emerging. The first is the three bracelet wins for Isreali players through the first five events. The second is the players who won a bracelet this summer and have added another one to their collection this week - and that's the one that played out Thursday night. Michael Addamo, who won the $2,620 Marathan No Limit event this summer, beat Germany's Christian Rudolph heads-up to win the €25,500 Super High Roller event for €848,702 ($962,276 US). Addamo started the final table, which included M
  12. It was a roller coaster ride for Hong Kong's Anson Tsang at the final table of the World Series of Poker Europe Event #7 (€2,200 Pot Limit Omaha 8-Handed). In the end, Tsang weathered his setbacks, eliminated three of the final eight players and ramped up the aggression to build a commanding chip lead that would carry him to his first WSOP gold bracelet and the €91,730 first place prize. It didn’t take very long before the first elimination of the day occurred. Final table chip leader Ilya Bulychev opened the pot holding [poker card="kc"][poker card="qc"][poker card="jd"][poker card="7d"]
  13. All eyes were on Dominik Nitsche as the final table of the €100,000 Super High Roller got underway Sunday evening at the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe. The German was going for back-to-back Super High Roller WSOPE titles against a tough field that included four other WSOP bracelet winners. Nitsche ultimately fell short of the win as Czech pro Martin Kabrhel rallied from a 3.5-1 heads-up chip deficit to win his second career bracelet. Nitsche actually started the final table with the chip lead and put them to good use early. Nitsche raised to 1,000,000 from the cutoff with [poker card="k
  14. Kahle Burns started Day 3 of the World Series of Poker Europe €25,500 Platinum High Roller as the chip leader and then held off a surging Sam Trickett to win the first bracelet of his career and nearly €600,000. Three players, Alex Foxen, Abdelhakim Zoufri, and Trickett each started the day with less than 15 big blinds and just 20 minutes after the final six players reconvened, one of them was left with zero. Foxen shoved from UTG for 5,950,000 with [poker card="as"][[poker card="jd"] and Trickett called from the big blind with [poker card="ac"][poker card="js"]. The board ran out [poker
  15. James Chen returned to the final table of the World Series of Poker Europe €250K Super High Roller with the shortest stack among the seven remaining players on Friday while Dominik Nitsche stood alone atop the chip counts. Over 6.5 hours of play, Chen overcame his short stack to go on to win his first career bracelet and a €2.8 million score while Nitsche suffered through an almost unimaginable turn of events. Nitsche, who won the €111,111 High Roller for One Drop event at WSOP Europe 2017, couldn't have had more go wrong for him just after cards were in the air. Christoph Vogelsang and Che
  16. For the third straight year, the World Series of Poker is setting up shop at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic for their post-summer bracelet series in Europe. For the better part of 23 days, starting on October 13, poker players will be battling in 15 gold bracelet events with a select few making a run at becoming the 2019 World Series of Poker Player of the Year. The stakes are high and the rewards will be huge giving the WSOPE nearly everything one could want in a destination poker trip. Except, maybe, one thing. It’s in Rozvadov. Looking for sun and sand? Looki
  17. One week ago, Chin Wei Lim pulled a James van Alstyne after busting the €250,000 Platinum High Roller event at World Series of Poker Europe. As soon as the final card hit, giving James Chen the victory, Lim left quickly. On Friday, once the final table of the $100,000 Diamond High Roller finished, the 26-year-old had no choice but to stick around. He had to pose for the winner photos. Lim beat a final table that included Ole Schemion, Matthias Eibinger, Christoph Vogelsang, Anatoly Filatov, and Phil Ivey before beating Jean-Noel Thorel heads-up to capture the first bracelet of his career. T
  18. History was on the line Wednesday as 15-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth found himself battling heads-up for a record-extending 16th WSOP title in the 2019 WSOP Europe €25,500 Mixed Games Championship. However, it was not meant to be for Hellmuth on this day as he ran into the heater of Switzerland’s Besim Hot, who defeated Hellmuth in heads-up play and took home the €385,911 first-place prize and his first WSOP gold bracelet. Besim finished Day 2 of the tournament with a massive chip lead and never found himself in very much trouble throughout the final table des
  19. There were 56 players still alive in the €1,650 No Limit Hold'em/Pot Limit Event when World Series of Poker Europe action resumed on Tuesday afternoon in Rozvadov. Asi Moshe, having won a WSOP bracelet earlier this summer in Las Vegas, was one of them but after dominating the final table he joined Dash Dudley as the second player to win a bracelet one both sides of the Atlantic Ocean this year. Chris Ferguson busted on the final table bubble and Quan Zhou quickly followed him to the payouts desk and it had nothing to do with wanting some answers about what really happened at Full Tilt Poker
  20. Plans for this year's World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) have just been announced. The event is slated to play out from October 8 to 24 at the Spielbank Berlin casino in Berlin, Germany. This year's series will be the eighth edition of the tournament and will feature 10 bracelet events along with cash games, satellites, and a variety of other tournaments. --- 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
  21. 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
  22. It’s another bracelet for Israel at the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe as Timur Margolin bested the 666 runners in Event #5 (€1,100 NLHE Monster Stack) for €134,407 and his second career WSOP gold bracelet. The victory for Margolin may have seemed improbable at the beginning of the final table. With only ten players left, Margolin was ninth in chips. However, after winning his first WSOP bracelet in Las Vegas earlier in 2018 (Event #43: $2,500 NLHE), Margolin used his experience to ladder through the competition and eventually accumulate a chip lead to large for to overcome. The first o
  23. Chris Moorman is without a doubt one of the best ever to take up online tournament poker. His resumé is the envy of many and is littered with success after success. With a World Series of Poker bracelet, countless online Triple Crowns, and over $16 million in online total earnings, the Englishman has done it all on the virtual felt. But even in his illustrious poker career, the former #1-ranked PocketFiver has encountered a couple of hands that have kept him lying awake late at night. Despite trying to stress the importance of not dwelling on hands in poker, a moment Moorman immediately lo
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