Two more big WCOOP titles were won as Shaun Deeb and Niklas Astedt enjoyed mixed fortnues at the felt.
Shaun Deeb is closing in on what would be a record-equalling victory in the World Championship of Online Poker.
The World Poker Tour World Online Championships kicked off in style with some big names reaching Day 2.
Connor Drinan makes poker history as he becomes the only player ever to win five SCOOP titles in one series, eclipsing Shaun Deeb.
After a monumental effort amongst players, Daniel Negreanu reign supreme to win the 2019 World Series of Poker Player of the Year title.
Player of the Year contenders Daniel Negreanu, Robert Campbell and Shaun Deeb were embroiled in a late, great battle for the race to become 2019 WSOP Player of the Year.
While the player of the year race isn't quite over, Daniel Negreanu is proving that he's always going to be one of the most important names in poker.
James Chen won in Super High Roller Event #4 for a massive €2,844,215 payday and Shaun Deeb has overtaken Robert Campbell for the POTY 2019 race.
Only a handful of events into the action, a significant result in Event #2 may have gone some way to deciding the race for 2019 Player of the Year.
The 2019 WSOP Player of the Year title is still up for grab, with mainstay on the list is on their way to the King’s Resort in the hope of winning bracelets and earning points.