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  1. One of the main reasons that summer in Sin City is such a special time for poker players is the abundance of tournament and cash game action that can be found all over the city. In a typical year, it's the poker beacon that is the World Series of Poker that attracts grinders and recreational players from all over the planet to Las Vegas where they battle for bracelets and, oftentimes, find themselves playing in a multitude of side events in various tournament series. However, this year, the WSOP has been pushed back to the fall and won’t be this summer’s main attraction. That fact is not st
  2. The schedule for the 2020 World Series of Poker continued to take shape on Thursday as officials revealed the dates for another 12 events, including a brand new ‘mystery’ bounty tournament and the largest buy-in tournament ever to take place at the WSOP. With the announcement of these 12 new events, a total of 17 brand new tournaments have been added thus far to the 2020 WSOP. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="BetMGM NJ"] Freezeout Series Following up their previous announcement that this year’s World Series of Poker will have a “concerted eff
  3. On Wednesday, the World Series of Poker added another 19 events to the official 2020 WSOP summer schedule, all of which will be offered at a price point of $1,500. “We have found the $1,500 price point to be the sweet spot in poker, perfectly balancing affordability, field size, and prize pool to offer great value for participating players,” said Jack Eiffel, WSOP Vice President. “As we continue to cater our offerings to find something for everyone, the $1,500 buy-ins remain a core staple of the WSOP.” [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Pok
  4. Dates for the 2020 World Series of Poker were announced on Wednesday, and the 51st WSOP is scheduled for May 26 through July 15, 2020. The 2020 WSOP will once again be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with 51 action-packed days of poker planned, despite the recent sale of the property. Although the full schedule of events is yet to be released, the WSOP did give the dates for the WSOP Main Event, the BIG 50, and the Seniors Championship. Main Event Scheduled for July 1-14 The 2020 WSOP Main Event runs July 1-14. It kicks off on Wednesday, July 1, for the first
  5. Not everyone is ready for a return to live poker in Las Vegas but for those that are, there are plenty of games to choose from. More than six months after the Sin City Strip was forced to close its doors in response to the coronavirus crisis, many of the most popular card rooms in the city, including Bellagio, Aria, and The Venetian, have adapted to new health standards and found a way to get back to business. It’s not just the poker rooms that have been forced to readjust. The players who have made the decision to venture back into the casinos are returning to a game drastically different
  6. [caption width="640"] Playing on playMGMpoker this month could send you to the WPT Five Diamond Poker Classic (WPT photo)[/caption] For November only, PocketFivers in New Jersey can win one of three $535 World Poker Tour Five Diamond super satellite tickets simply by playing tournaments on playMGMpoker.com. Players can earn leaderboard points by cashing in tournaments on PlayMGMpoker.com throughout the month of November. Points are awarded based on the PocketFives.com Leaderboard Formula and only results from PlayMGMPoker count towards the leaderboard. Points are earned only AFTER playe
  7. The World Series of Poker has made a handful of announcements regarding the 2019 WSOP. To make your life easier, PocketFives put together the various pieces of the 2019 WSOP puzzle to bring you everything you need to know about the series, so far. We’ll keep this article updated as more announcements are made. Last update: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 Where and When Is the 2019 WSOP? The 2019 WSOP takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino. It is the 50th edition of the World Series of Poker, with action scheduled to begin Wednesday, May 29, 2019. The 2019 WSOP i
  8. The 2014 World Series of Poker is here! The 65-event schedule kicks off on Tuesday with two tournaments, the annual $500 Casino Employees event at Noon local time and a special $25,000 Mixed-Max No Limit Hold'em event that begins four hours later. Twitter was ablaze with players making their way to the Rio in Las Vegas, the host venue of the WSOP for the tenth straight year. Among those arriving in Las Vegas on Tuesday night was Griffin Flush_EntityBenger, who reached #1 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings earlier this month. Benger poked fun at his arrival being after the Mixed-Max eve
  9. Welcome to the Ultimate Guide to the 2020 World Series of Poker. The days are counting down to the start of the 51st edition of the WSOP, and everyone’s favorite poker festival will be here before we know it. For dates, schedule details, frequently asked questions, how to qualify, and more, you’ve come to the right place. Bookmark this page because we’ll be updating it regularly as more announcements are made. Last update: Monday, April 20, 2020 2020 WSOP Postponed On Monday, April 20, 2020, WSOP officials announced that the 2020 WSOP is postponed until a later date due to the ongoing cor
  10. It didn't take long at all for Daniel Negreanu to position himself on the cusp of his seventh World Series of Poker gold bracelet. On Wednesday at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Negreanu manoeuvred his way to the final six of the $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty (Event #2). Guaranteed $52,099, Negreanu and his five opponents called it quits for the night and bagged up their chips. On Thursday, they return to battle for WSOP glory and the $345,669 top prize. Negreanu has added emphasis to perform well at the 2019 WSOP. First and foremost, he allowed supporters
  11. Short deck hold'em continues to grow in popularity, both in cash game and tournament format. This summer, the World Series of Poker added a $10,000 buy-in short deck hold'em event to its schedule of gold bracelet events, plus a handful of other venues around town are including the game in their summer offerings. Here are where and when you can play short deck hold’em in Las Vegas this summer. Short Deck Hold'em Events in Vegas This Summer Date Time (PT) Venue Buy-In Guarantee 6/1 2 p.m. Planet Hollywood $200 None 6/1 6 p.m. The Orleans $200 $20,000 6/2 6
  12. The World Poker Tour will close out 2018 action with the prestigious WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic. The tournament, held at the iconic Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, will be the eighth WPT Main Tour stop of Season XVII. It’s an event that comes with a $10,400 buy-in and has been a part of the World Poker Tour schedule since the very first season. The WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic $10,400 Main Event kicks off Tuesday, December 11, 2018, and runs through Saturday, December 15. The format calls for 40,000 in starting chips, big blind ante, registration until t
  13. Over the last five or six years, Chris Hunichen and Chance Kornuth have each bought dozens upon dozens of pieces of players in the World Series of Poker Main Event. This year the pair have teamed up, not only to be able to put more money to work, but to bring some sort of organization and professionalism to a process that quite often lacks both. For the uninitiated, players entering the WSOP Main Event will sometimes look to other players to buy pieces of their Main Event entry in exchange for an equal percentage of any potential winnings. For example, before the tournament begins Player A

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