Lee Davy sits down with the founder of Meditor Capital to talk about life in the high roller circuit, and his passion for philanthropy.

Lee Davy sits down with Noah Schwartz to talk about his exit from the $25k Mixed-Max event; 30:1 bracelet bets, and a whole lot more.

WSOP Day 3 sees former chef Roland Reparejo take the bracelet in Casino Employees event; Vanessa Selbst enter the final of $25,000 Mixed-Max

WSOP has been the stage of most memorable wins in tournament poker history. Here’s a look back at some of the biggest wins.

Lee Davy continues his confessions series by talking about his playing experience at the World Series of Poker (WSOP).

WSOP Day 2 recap sees biggest and baddest poker series in the world hook up with DraftKings; allegations of robberies at the Rio Hotel

Selbst and Rast take control of nine-handed action in the first day of $25,000 Mixed-Max event, and $25k WSOP Fantasy Poker draft is over

Matthew Pitt is the Editor of the PokerNews UK website, father of three young boys; dedicated partner, wannabe poker player and writer.

The GPI expand into print as they launch their first ever print magazine in time for the World Series of Poker.

WSOP rule change means non-US players are strongly advised to bring two forms of identification each time they plan to play in a WSOP event.

The original WSOP has passed far enough back into history that it’s become the stuff of legend.

Lee Davy sits down with the recent WPT National Series winner in Marbella, to talk about his upcoming appearance on Sky Pick.

Bet365 owners have become the first UK gambling billionaires according to the makers of the Sunday Times Rich List of 2014.

Amateur poker players have been coming to the WSOP since pretty early on its history. Here’s a look at the WSOP’s top one-hit wonders.

WSOP bracelet betting has become as much a part of the furniture as the latest pair to issue their odds are tag team of Negreanu and Ivey.

Lee continues his confessions series by trying to answer, ‘How is it possible to write so much?’ by introducing people to the three sirs.

Lee Davy ponders the attraction of poker marketing and comes up with five ideas of his own.

10-more players have found the $1m buy-in necessary to participate in the most lucrative poker tournament the world has ever seen