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  1. There were two bracelet winners on Wednesday at the 2018 World Series of Poker, and one of those wins has provided one of the coolest stories of the summer so far. Meanwhile, two tournaments will return tomorrow very close to the end, with one heads-up and another three-handed. The final table of the SHOOTOUT has also been set, while the $25K PLO High Roller played through its Day 1. Here’s everything you need to know about June 21’s WSOP action. Farhintaj Bonyadi Takes Down Super Seniors Event for $311,451 Against all the odds, Farhintaj Bonyadi defeated Robert Beach heads-up to ca
  2. Jason Mercier made a lot of noise before the 2016 World Series of Poker, making multiple prop bets against any and all comers. He’s made even more noise in the last eight days. After opening this year’s Series by failing to cash in his first nine events, Mercier has posted four straight cashes, including his second bracelet win of the summer early Saturday morning in Las Vegas. Mercier won the $10,000 HORSE event against one of the most stacked final tables of the year. Mercier outlasted a group that included Nick Schulman, Adam Friedman and eventual runner-up James Obst to claim the fift
  3. [caption width="640"] Three more players won WCOOP titles on Tuesday[/caption] Day 17 of the 2016 World Championship of Online Poker saw three more players walk away from as champions while a highly decorated online poker legend had to settle for a runner-up finish. 'mario1335', one of the top-rated players in Croatia, beat out 2,442 other players to win Event $56 ($215 NLHE w/progrssive KO). The win, which was wroth $54,012.16, will move him to his highest all-time ranking on PocketFives next week. Finishing as runner-up and earning $38,834.20, was Russia's Vladimir '77kol0bok77' So
  4. Just days after winning his second 2015 WSOP bracelet, high-stakes pro Brian Stinger885Hastings began to receive some unwelcome media attention. The 27-year-old was accused by fellow poker pros of violating PokerStars' terms of service by using a virtual private network (VPN) to obfuscate his location and play on the site from the United States. At the same time, they say he gained unfair advantage by misleading his opponents as to his true identity. While many pros have remained silent on the issue, Australian grinder James Andy McLEOD Obst (pictured) is speaking out and blasts Hastings' r
  5. "So much for the game being unbeatable and new Europeans taking over the game. Good to see regs from 10+ years ago still on top of the game, as James Andy McLEOD Obst (pictured) shipped the PLO SCOOP High the other day. First ballot shoe-in for the Online Poker Hall of Fame." Those were the words of longtime PocketFiver AJyowlerabout the results of a $1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Max Rebuy SCOOP event on PokerStarsthis week. Obst defeated 2009 WSOP Main Event Champion Joe jcada99 Cada, so he certainly had his hands full, and earned $166,000. There were 286 entries and Obst steamrolled the f
  6. [caption width="640"] Luke 'lb6121' Schwartz keeps piling up SCOOP titles - he now has five after winning another on Monday.[/caption] James ‘Andy McLEOD’ Obst did the unthinkable on Tuesday. The Australian poker pro and former #1 ranked online player in the world won defended his PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title in the $1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event. Obst came to the final table with an overwhelming chip lead and never relented, eliminating the final five opponents to take home the $155,020.00 first place prize money. It was his fourth career SCOOP title
  7. [caption width="640"] James Obst has had a hot start to the 2017 and on Thursday night he captured the first bracelet of his career (WSOP photo)[/caption] Thursday’s action in the 2017 World Series of Poker saw an Australian crusher finally take down his first gold bracelet, having made six final tables over the years. The day also saw a winner in the $1K PLO, the Marathon event play down to a final two tables, the $3K Six Max down to 21, a final table set in the $1,500 2-7, and two events wrap their Day 1s. Here’s all the latest from the 2017 WSOP. James 'Andy_McLEOD' Obst Gets Fi
  8. [caption width="640"] Bertrand Grospellier takes a chip lead into the final table of the One Drop High Roller (Neil Stoddart photo / PokerStars)[/caption] There goes the first weekend at the 2017 World Series of Poker. No bracelets were awarded on Sunday, but a couple of tournaments did reach a one-table set up. That means there will be two final tables taking place today (Monday), and one of them is the biggest buy-in of them all. Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier takes huge chip lead into One Drop final table Just 23 players returned at the beginning of Day 3, but now only nine remain
  9. [caption width="640"] Australia's James 'Andy McLEOD' Obst relives winning his fourth SCOOP title and warns fellow Aussies about metabolic chaos[/caption] Series like the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) can be a grind for anyone. Doing so at unnatural hours of the day can lead to a host of health problems. Just ask Australia's James 'Andy McLEOD' Obst, who won his fourth SCOOP title this year, reinforcing his reputation as one of the top tournament players on the planet. Obst's fourth SCOOP title came in a $1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Rebuy Six-Max and was good for $166
  10. Over the weekend, longtime PocketFiver James Andy McLEODObst (pictured) finished third in both the PokerStars Sunday 500and Sunday $100 Rebuy for over $60,000 total. He doesn't have his screen names entered in his PocketFives profile, but after a comment from one PocketFiver that read "a third in the Sunday 500 and a third in the Sunday Rebuy, pretty sick for Andy McLEOD," we thought an article was due. We'll start with the PokerStars Sunday 500, which drew a field of 802 entrants and blasted its $300,000 guarantee by $100,000. When all was said and done, Obst finished in third place for $3
  11. Twenty players remain in Event #32 of the 2015 World Series of Poker, a $5,000 No Limit Hold'em tournament. A familiar face leads the way with a stack of 1.9 million: James Andy McLEOD Obst (pictured), who has almost double the stack of the next closest player. --- 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 Twitter. --- The tournament restarts at 1:00pm Pacific

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