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In this week’s Calling the Clock Lee Davy brings you a weekly round up of poker news that includes a penis winning €250,000 and more.

Dota 2 has broken the record for the largest prize pool in the history of eSports and Lee has a dream that the same thing happened in poker.

Lee Davy sits down with the 2015 World Series of Poker Player of the Year to ascertain his views on a broad range of subjects.

Damon has given the clearest indication inquite some time that writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien could bust out a sequel to Rounders.

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Six-figure bracelet bet losses from two of the games biggest stars; online poker bill progress in California and New York, and much more.

Lee Davy sits down with Jackie Glazier to talk about her recent split with 888Poker, her decision to stay away from the WSOP, and much more.

In today's WSOP roundup we bring you news of a huge bracelet sweat between Mercier & Selbst, Romanello denied a Triple Crown, and much more.

Rep Porter is the early leader in the 2016 WSOP POY race. Laplante, Cordell, and Gaspard, all pick up their first WSOP bracelets.

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REG release their 2015 Annual Report showing that poker players donated over half a million dollars to effective charities.

With the WSOP finished for another year, the best of the rest are clambering out of the back seat trying to squeeze into the driving seat.

PokerStars has announced plans to host a Hamburg stop as part of Season 6 of the Eureka Poker Tour; Playtech partnership also strengthened.

3-Barrels of pure value including Tristan Wade launching a WSOP Vlog, Bastille hacking & Buddhist monk sentenced to 30-months for stealing.

SolidPenis has broken the record for winning the most money while streaming live on Twitch after winning a €250,000 Spin & Go jackpot.

3-Barrels: Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty and James Dempsey take GPPT Brighton honours; 2,545 players taking part in a vote on HUD use at partypoker.

The All India Gaming Federation are pushing for the State of Kerala to acknowledge that poker is a game of skill in a bid to boost tourism.

Lee Davy wonders just how far the online poker market are prepared to go?

Lee Davy, takes a look at how the threshold model of collective behaviour slows the flow of poker and how dealers could speed it up.

There is an army of men and women fighting to prevent people from playing online poker.

3-Barrels: Jon Turner wins the CPPT Venetian Main Event; Kuljinder Sidhu wins Bellagio Cup; Fedor Holz confirmed as a Celebrity Cash King.

The LDF raises over $40m for climate change projects, including one person who paid $120,000 to play poker w/ Jonah Hill and Edward Norton.

Lee Davy sits down with James Akenhead to talk about his early poker career, his time as a restaurant owner, and his return to the game.

In this week’s calling the clock we say goodbye to the WSOP for another few months, take a look at PokerStars #raiseit campaign, and more.

Lee Davy talks to Jeff Gross about his plans to take Twitch streaming up a notch, what he has learned from his mentors, and much more.

Lee sits down with Jared Tendler to talk about his appearance on the BBC, get the lowdown on the progress of his most recent book, and more.

3-Barrels of pure value including Jason Mercier crowned the 2016 WSOP Player of the Year; Full Tilt case settled; 888Poker video storyboard.

Lee sits down w/ Kenny Hallaert to talk about his berth in the WSOP November Nine, his views on the speed of live tournament poker and more.

The 47th WSOP has its November Nine and Cliff Josephy, Griffin Benger and Kenny Hallaert headline as we take a break until 30 October.

Lee Davy gives you a blow-by-blow account of all the action of the final day of the WSOP Main Event level-by-level and here is Level 34.

Lee Davy gives you a blow-by-blow account of all the action of the final day of the WSOP Main Event level-by-level and here is Level 33.

Michael Tureniec has won the final WSOP bracelet handed out this summer after topping a field of 4,360 entrants in Little One for ONE DROP.

Michael Raune remains chip leader after World Series of Poker Main Event Level 32, while Antoine Saout and Valentin Vornicu eliminated.

At the conclusion of Level 31 of the WSOP 2016 Main Event, Michael Ruane holds a significant lead over runner-up Kenny Hallaert.