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  1. Daniel Negreanu was all smiles. In front of him were multiple stacks of Euros and in his hand was a World Series of Poker bracelet - the sixth of his career. He was posing for winner's photos in front of a backdrop that included the Eiffel Tower. It was October, 2013, and Negreanu had just won the €25,000 High Roller at WSOP Europe and in the process, claimed his second WSOP Player of the Year award. It was his 40th career live tournament victory and he was just a month away from being inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Little did he know what was coming. It was another 2,821 days - n
  2. span style="font-style: italic;">Hosted by Lance Bradley, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. This week on The FIVES, Lance Bradley is joined by PokerGO commentator Jeff Platt to discuss all the happenings in the world of poker. Topics this week include: Is the WSOP moving to the Strip? PokerGO Cup Drama WSOP Online bracelets for Pennsylvania WSOP Europe Schedule Details The 2021 WSOP Online Main Event on GGPoker Plus, find out why Jeff thinks a fight between himsel
  3. The last day of the PokerGO Cup brought with it the final table of the biggest buy-in event on the schedule and the potential for some drama with the PokerGO Cup leaderboard also still up for grabs. Cary Katz figured prominently in both outcomes on his way to winning Event #8 ($100,000 NLHE) and seven-figure score. Daniel Negreanu, just 24 hours removed from his first live tournament win in more than eight years, was one of five players still alive. A third place finish or better would give Negreanu the PokerGO Cup leaderboard title while Sam Soverel, who held a 3-1 chip lead over his next
  4. Somewhere inside the PokerGO Studio is a dragon with a sword through its heart. Not in the literal sense, but after dropping 13 consecutive heads-up duels, Daniel Negreanu defeated David Coleman in Event #7 ($50,000 NLHE) of the PokerGO Cup to win $700,000 and slay the figurative dragon that has haunted him since his last tournament victory in the 2013 WSOP Europe $25,000 High Roller. All five players had made final tables in earlier PokerGO Cup events and chip leader Ali Imsirovic was in position to put a wrap on the PokerGO Cup leaderboard with a win. Instead, two other distinct narrative
  5. Jason Koon started the final table of PokerGO Cup Event #6 ($25,000 NLHE) with the second shortest stack but over the course of four hours, Koon found himself on the winning side of a few dramatic hands and came through victorious for a $324,000 payday. The first hand of the final table gave Koon a much-needed boost. Chip leader John Riordan raised to 30,000 from UTG and Koon defended his big blind. The flop came [poker card="kd"][poker card="5s"][poker card="4c"] and Koon check-called a bet of 20,000. The turn was the [poker card="9d"] and this time Koon check-called a bet of 75,000, leavi
  6. Jake Schindler needed less than two hours on Sunday to earn $324,000 and grab his first PokerGO Cup title. Schindler beat David Peters heads up to win Event #5 ($25,000 NLHE) after a final table that had every elimination come from the two blinds doing battle. Daniel Negreanu's first PokerGO Cup final table lasted just 30 minutes. Down to 14 big blinds, Negreanu moved all in from the small blind with [qs][7s] and Schindler called him from the big blind with [kh][qh]. The board ran out [9c][5h][4s][9s][8c] to miss both players and send the pot to Schindler as Negreanu was out in sixth. Se
  7. Ali Imisrovic has done it again at the PokerGO Cup. Just days after taking down Event #2 ($10,000 NLHE), Imsirovic topped the 49 other entries in Event #4 ($15,000 NLHE) to win his second PokerGO Cup title, $240,000, and grab a stranglehold on the leaderboard. After coming to the final table with just eight big blinds, David Coleman spent the first 12 minutes of play treading water before his exit. Coleman moved all in for 145,000 with [poker card="ts"][poker card="8s"] and Daniel Weinand called from the button with [poker card="ad"][poker card="as"] and both blinds folded. The [poker card=
  8. For the first two hours of the PokerGO Cup Event #3 ($10,000 NLHE) final table on Friday night, Sam Soverel was in control and on top. The last hour was a different story however as Dylan Linde overcame a 3-1 heads-up chip deficit to win $169,300 and a PokerGO Cup title. The event started on Thursday and had 53 entries to build a $530,000 prize pool with seven players returning for the final on Friday. The fireworks got underway five minutes after cards were in the air and it involved the two shortest stacks and the biggest one. Soverel, who started the final table with the chip lead, raise
  9. Poker fans all know that Cary Katz owns PokerGO, but there's mounting evidence that Ali Imisirovic owns the PokerGO Studio at the Aria Hotel & Casino. On Thursday night, Imsirovic dominated the final table of Event #2 ($10,000 NLHE) of the 2021 PokerGO Cup Event to claim a $183,000 payday and the lead in the PokerGO Leaderboard. Imsirovic started the final table with the chip lead and eliminated four of the final five players on his way to the title. Things went quite differently for Matas Cimbolas however. After coming into the final table with the second-biggest chip stack, Cimbolas f
  10. The opening event of the 2021 PokerGO Cup featured a final table of familiar faces and almost concluded with an amazing comeback from one of poker's rising stars. Instead, it was two-time Global Poker Index Player of the Year Alex Foxen who emerged victorious after a nearly four-hour final table in Event#1 ($10,000 NLHE). With blinds at 25,000/50,000 (50,000 BBA) Sean Perry moved all in from UTG for 475,000 with [poker card="4h"][poker card="4s"] and Kristina Holst called all in for 455,000 with [poker card="jh"][poker card="js"] from his direct left. The rest of the table folded. The flop

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