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  1. Seven years after Black Friday shut down Full Tilt Poker, Chris Ferguson wants you to now he's sorry. In a 42-second video posted by Ferguson to Vimeo on late Wednesday night, the reigning World Series of Poker Player of the Year and former Full Tilt Poker executive thanked his fans and the poker community for their "patience and support". The 55-year-old claims that he "worked relentlessly to ensure that all players got paid back" and apologizes that it took as long as it did." Most players with a balance on Full Tilt Poker on April 15, 2011 were made whole by the U.S. Government with
  2. [caption width="640"] Ryan LaPlante won his first WSOP bracelet Saturday night in the 5 Pot Limit Omaha event (WSOP photo)[/caption] Ryan LaPlante overcame the biggest Pot Limit Omaha field in live poker history to win his first World Series of Poker bracelet and Rep Porter won his third career bracelet Saturday night at the 2016 WSOP, but it was the return of one of poker’s most loathed individuals that caused the biggest roar. Howard Lederer ended his self-imposed exile from the live tournament scene when he showed up in the $10,000 No Limit Deuce to Seven Championship event. Lederer
  3. [caption width="640"] Don't bet against Phil Hellmuth winning WSOP Bracelet #15 this summer[/caption] The 2016 World Series of Poker gets cards in the air on Wednesday, July 1. Over the next five days PocketFives presents the 2016 WSOP Preview highlighting everything you need as the poker world heads to their own version of Summer Camp. With a record 69 bracelets on the line this year, the 2016 World Series of Poker could be one of the most grueling ever for players who play a busy schedule. That being said, there’s still going to be one or two or three players who rise to the occasion,
  4. In a recent blog that appeared on FullContactPoker, Daniel Negreanu (pictured) ran down a list of six people who some have argued should be forever barred from the World Series of Poker. As he put it, "I've always been of the position that unless people have been found to actually cheat at poker, they should be allowed to attend." That's the main criteria you'll see Negreanu use throughout his piece. First up for Negreanu were Russ Hamilton and Mansour Matloubi, whom Negreanu reminded us were singled out for being able to see players' hole cards, commonly known as "God mode." Negreanu said
  5. [caption width="640"] It's hard to look back at the 2016 WSOP as anything but the Summer of Jason Mercier[/caption] The 2016 World Series of Poker is a wrap. Okay, yes there’s still the matter of playing down the final table of the Main Event beginning in October, but 68 of the 69 bracelets have been awarded, the Amazon Room is devoid of any poker tables and poker players have scattered around the world to rebuild their bankrolls just in time to do it all over again next summer. But this past WSOP was packed with storylines and themes including heroes, villains and of course, money – lo
  6. [caption width="640"] Danielle Andersen found herself sitting across from Howard Lederer on Day 1B of the 2016 WSOP Main Event[/caption] In a matter of minutes Sunday night, Danielle Andersen’s 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event went from enjoyable to emotionally draining and it had absolutely nothing to do with the cards. It had everything to do with one of the, if not THE central Black Friday villain, Howard Lederer. Andersen, whom many in the poker world were first introduced to in the documentary Bet Raise Fold, plays a fairly light tournament schedule, instead choosing to focus
  7. According to RedFinand Zillow, the Las Vegas mansion once occupied by the embattled Howard Lederer (pictured) is for sale for $8.9 million. The property, located at 99 Hawk Ridge Drive, was originally listed in August 2013, according to Zillow, but the poker community has recently begun gabbing about it. Let's start with the basics. Lederer's former estate has nearly 9,000 square feetof space to sprawl out, eight bedrooms, and ten bathrooms. Zillow outlined some of its tricked-out amenities: "This is quite possibly the best finished home in Las Vegas, with over $15 million originally spent.
  8. [caption width="640"] Danielle Andersen first ran into Howard Lederer during the 2016 WSOP Main Event. A chance encounter this summer at Bellagio gave her a chance to get answers to questions she had of the former Full Tilt Poker executive.[/caption] Day 1 of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event was sailing along for Danielle Andersen when she went from one side of the emotional spectrum to the other in a moment that had absolutely nothing to do with any sort of fluctuation of her own chip stack. A recreational "fun" player, who had spent the fourth level of the day actually trying
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