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  1. Talk about a tune-up. PocketFiver Joseph dude904McKeehen (pictured) won the Wynn Fall Classic Main Event this week and earned $90,000. Sure, it wasn't the largest score you'll see on the live circuit, but for a man about to play for a $7.6 million first prize in the World Series of Poker Main Event in two weeks, we're pretty sure the win is far more meaningful. The Wynn Fall Classic Main Event had a $1,600 buy-in and a field of 267. Twenty-seven players finished in the money and, interestingly enough, making the final table alongside McKeehen was another November Niner, Dennis Phillips, who
  2. In November, Joseph McKeehen (pictured), known on PocketFives as dude904, will hold the chip lead in the World Series of Poker Main Event as part of the 2015 WSOP November Nine. McKeehen has more chips than the second and third place players combined, so we caught up with the Pennsylvania native to get his thoughts just three months out. PocketFives: Tell us how you are feeling to have made the November Nine. Joseph McKeehen: It feels good. I don't think of it a lot, or at least I try not to, but it gets brought up quite a bit. I'm still the same old kid, just maybe a little more confide
  3. After a grueling 10 days, the World Series of Poker Main Event November Nine has been determined. Much to everyone's chagrin, the group does not include six-time bracelet winner and Poker Hall of Famer Daniel Negreanu, who busted in 11th place. However, the November Nine does have six Americans, two Europeans, and one Israeli. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles,
  4. What started as a field of 6,420 in the World Series of Poker Main Event has been whittled down to just 69. On Monday, the field will likely be trimmed even further down to 27. Right now, Pierre Neuville leads the way with a stack of 7.1 million. Neuville calls Belgium home and had eight in the money finishes at last year's WSOP. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts an
  5. We're down to 237 players in the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event. If you're a regular reader of PocketFives, then you'll recognize the name Joseph McKeehen (pictured), who is known as dude904 on our site. He has the chip lead in the tournament entering Day 5 with 3.1 million and is one of only two players to have more than 3 million. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcas
  6. One of the highlights of this year's World Series of Poker in Las Vegas was the $1,500 buy-in Monster Stackevent, which drew a crowd of 7,862 entrants. Finishing second, and amazingly edging out nearly the entire field, was Joseph McKeehen (pictured), who is known as dude904 on PocketFives and calls North Wales, Pennsylvania home. McKeehen earned $820,000. Right before we talked to McKeehen, he won a $1,650 Heads-Up event at Borgata in Atlantic City for $37,000. He said of finishing second in the Monster Stack a few months ago, "It was too much money for me to be sad. I was ecstatic. Of c
  7. As the launch of Pennsylvania online poker nears, PocketFives takes a look at the top 10 of the Pennsylvania poker all-time money list. The list includes a World Series of Poker Main Event champion, one other WSOP gold bracelet winner, a couple of World Poker Tour winners, and a European Poker Tour champion. The leader falls under none of these categories, though, but he does top the list in a big way with more than $24 million in live tournament earnings. Pennsylvania Poker All-Time Money List Jake Schindler - $24,659,374 Joseph McKeehen - $16,224,026 John Hennigan - $8,472,252
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