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  1. Just like that, Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn is back on top. Nevada’s former #1 grinder retakes the Silver State throne after coming off an extended hiatus from the online grind. For months, at the end of 2017 and into 2018, McLawhorn was absent from the Nevada online poker scene, not having recorded a cash since early October. Well, he fired up his WSOP.com client and started crushing tournaments again. One may think “crushing” is hyperbole, but McLawhorn registered 12 cashes from January 14 through the end of the month. He final tabled 11 of them, won 6 of them outright and finished as the ru
  2. It was an extended heater for Bobby ‘bcm4924 McLawhorn that has helped him retain his #1 ranking in the state of Nevada for the third straight month. McLawhorn, one of the most consistent players on Nevada WSOP.com, put together a stunning 21 qualified cashes since the beginning of February, pushing his total PLB score north of 3000 (3088.65 PLB points). His impressive run since that time includes 14 scores of four-figures or more. His largest PLB point total came in the Event #25 of the NVPC II Series where he took first place for $9,495.91 and 182.53 PLB points. But that wasn’t his largest
  3. [caption id="attachment_617305" align="alignnone" width="640"] Jed 'JCHAK' Hoffman takes over as Nevada's new #1.[/caption] Nevada has a new #1. Two-time WSOP Circuit Winner Jed ‘JCHAK’ Hoffman rises to the top spot after a month of racking up qualifying cashes while other top Nevadians took some time off. Hoffman, putting in time on WSOP.com, accumulated over $13,000 in earnings in December. His route to becoming the #1-ranked player in the Silver State was punctuated by a pair of victories, one for $3,700 in the $10,000 Gtd Sunday Reloader on December 18 and the second for $6,393 in th
  4. The WSOP Circuit took to the virtual felt the past two weeks for a series of 13 gold ring events that took place on WSOP.com. Buy-ins ranged from $200 to $1,000, and the festival was capped off by the $525 Main Event. The series featured $1.035 million in guaranteed prize pools, with more than $1.6 million in prize money given out when it was all said and done. Among the winners of gold rings were Matt Stout, Anthony Maio, and Jed Hoffman. Event #1: $200 No-Limit Hold'em Knockout The first event of the series was the $200 No-Limit Hold'em Knockout tournament, and it attracted 387 entries. Up
  5. It’s hard to believe that the World Series of Poker Main Event is already upon us. With the expansive coverage of the event on ESPN and PokerGo, the hopes and dreams of thousands of poker players rise and fall with every hand that is dealt. But that's not the only place we’ve seen some compelling content as photos of starting stacks and tales of the worst bad beat stories ever told have continually spilled onto #pokertwitter and the social media feeds of poker fans around the world. So, while it’s impossible to catch it all, here are a few of some of our favorite social moments from the
  6. Yet again, Yong 'ykwon17' Kwon (aka 'LuckySpewy1'), is atop the PocketFives United States Online Poker Rankings, as he continues to crush tournaments out of New Jersey. Kwon has 5,205 points, which is ore than 300 points ahead of Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo in second place. Kwon has been charging hard in the online poker streets daily, and we don’t expect he’ll be slowing down anytime soon, especially with the WSOP.com Fall Online Championships running for much of October. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] Kwon has been a fixture on t
  7. Had this been any other summer under a normal set of circumstances, the poker world would be in the midst of the World Series of Poker at the Rio in Las Vegas. That madness would surely have included some of poker's brightest stars owning the stage for their victories, but it also would have featured a number of lesser-known players finding a way to claim their first gold bracelet and thrusting themselves into poker's biggest and brightest spotlight. As everybody is well aware, there isn't really anything normal about this summer. Wednesday marks the beginning of the 31 2020 World Series of
  8. It’s another month on top of the PocketFives.com Nevada Rankings for Bobby ‘bcm4924’ McLawhorn. Despite taking it relatively easy when it comes to volume, McLawhorn (3,008.32 PLB points) managed to make four of his total six cashes in the month of April count toward his PLB total. In fact, he made the final table in all six of his April results, four of which resulted in four-figure scores. The short-but-sweet run was capped with a victory in the $500 Tuesday Showdown on WSOP NV on April 18 for $5,874 and 126.01 PLB points. McLawhorn remains the only player in the Nevada player pool to acc
  9. PocketFives had the opportunity to chat with JCHAK, aka Jed Hoffman (pictured). His total winnings to date online with WSOP.com currently stands at $65,000 and climbing. PocketFives: Are you living in Nevada or visiting? Jed Hoffman: I live in Reno. It's a great place. There is a lot of growth and development in the area and it's close to Lake Tahoe and the Sierras, so there are always a lot of things to do. PocketFives: What do you base your current successes online? Jed Hoffman: Perseverance in clicking buttons. The factors and variables in the algorithm of No Limit tourname
  10. On April 16, online poker operator WSOP.com announced that they would be combining the player pools for all three states (Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware) where online poker is currently legalized and regulated in the United States. The combined player pool is set to begin on May 1. The announcement comes with less than two months before the WSOP flagship event, the 2018 World Series of Poker which will contain four different online bracelet events. “We hope to break records in all of our events this year,” said Bill Rini, Head of Online Poker for WSOP. “We started off with the $1,000 WS
  11. There’s a new #1-ranked player in Nevada as David ‘bewater’ Goodman had himself a massive month of June to reach a new career-high ranking. Goodman (3,944.96 PLB points) ran hot in the month of June, turning in 13 podium finishes, eight of which were outright victories for combined total earnings of just over $126,000. Benefitting from the swelling prize pools of the WSOP.com’s recently implemented shared liquidity with New Jersey and Delaware, Goodman had four five-figure scores including his victory in the WSOP OC Event #66 for $36,797. He also finished the month strong with another $26,58
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