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  1. [caption width="640"] Lukas Zaskodny beat Allen Kessler heads up to win his first career bracelet on Monday (WSOP photo)[/caption] When the final table of Event #4 (€2,200 Pot Limit Omaha) at 2017 WSOP Europe began, Allen Kessler was looking for his first career bracelet. The player affectionately known as “the Chainsaw” had cashed 53 times at the WSOP, but has never won an event. Three times in his career he has been the bridesmaid, finishing second to Brian Rast, Frank Kassela and Todd Brunson. And now a fourth time, to Lukas Zaskodny. Zaskodny beat out 190 other players, includi
  2. Recently, one of the more vocal members of the poker community, Allen Kessler (pictured), stood up to one of the up-and-coming poker rooms in North America regarding tournament entry fees, which erupted into a full-scale, public battle on a few fronts. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by William Hill Poker, one of the largest skins on the iPoker Network. The poker room offers a generous welcome package including a 200% deposit bonus up to $2,000 and a superb VIP program. Vis
  3. Nicholas 'mrfinalt' Kiley navigated through 1,483 other players on Saturday night to the early hours of Sunday morning to win the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Event #25 ($500 NLHE Summer Saver) for $149K and his first career bracelet. Matt 'Berkey11_S4Y' Berkey made his second WSOP final table appearance in as many nights and started as chip leader. Looking to improve on his seventh place finish from Event #24, Berkey was also on the hunt for his first career bracelet. The 2016 Super High Roller Bowl champion also got the first final table elimination of the day. Raising all-in on the
  4. The march towards a record-breaking World Series of Poker Main Event field continued on Thursday, with 1,914 players playing Day 1B to push the total field to 3,250 with Day 1C yet to come. That pace is actually slightly behind 2018 when 3,303 players sat during the opening two flights. WSOP officials are expecting a massive Day 1C and registration is open until the start of Day 2C, giving plenty of opportunity for the record of 8,773 to fall. Adam Owen Climbs to Top of Chip Counts Adam Owen finished with 351,800 at the end of Day 1B, which landed him squarely atop the biggest counts fro
  5. It's Christmas Eve for poker players. Or, if you want to borrow from the more contemporary metaphor, it's the day before Poker Summer Camp officially kicks off. Poker players from around the world have been flooding into Las Vegas over the past week to get settled and ready for the 2018 World Series of Poker. So, as the tables are getting set up at the Rio and dealers are getting last minute instructions on how to deal Triple Draw, the staff here at PocketFives take their turn at predicting exactly how some of the things at the 2018 WSOP will go down. The Panel Editor in Chief - Lanc
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