Two more World Series events were won by professionals as a former Main Event winner took down his 3rd WSOP bracelet.
This time focusing on a stacked final table in the Millionaire Maker including Joe McKeehen, Barny Boatman and Justin Liberto, none of whom finished on top.
A roller coaster World Poker Tour Main Event in Thunder Valley as David Larson prevents a world champion from glory.
An excellent contrast in this World Series of Poker review with the former World Champion Joe McKeehen winning his second bracelet.
The World Series of Poker are offering online qualifiers the opportunity to play in the Colossus via $10 and $20 satellite qualifiers.
3-barrels of pure value including an innovative way to raise money for charity from WSOP.
Inspired by a piece of superlative snooker & an article by Alex, we take a look at the pace of poker & wonder if it's all the game's fault?
Joe McKeehen is the World Series of Poker Main Event champion after defeating Josh Beckley in heads-up action to claim the $7.6M 1st prize.
Joe McKeehen retains a significant lead over the final three players in the WSOP Main Event Final Table at the end of the second day.
Joe McKeehen eliminates the first three opponent's to take a huge chip advantage into Day 2 of the WSOP Main Event Final Table in Las Vegas.