Three pieces of news with a WSOP theme after James ‘Minneapolis Jim” Meehan passes away, and WSOPC wins for Matt Wakeman and Pedro Claus.
The 49th Annual WSOP turned out to be another record-breaker, creating a whole host of records including most entrants and number of millionaires.
Lee Davy brings us up to speed with all the exits and excitement of Day 2 of the $1m buy-in Big One for One Drop as we reach the final six players.
A round-up of what’s been a quite marvellous summer at the WSOP focusing on Joe Cada’s incredible victory in the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Closer.
A round-up of all the Day 1 action from the $1m buy-in Big One for One Drop live and direct from the WSOP including a chip lead for Rick Salomon and more.
We bring you another round-up from the WSOP including a fifth bracelet win for Shaun Deeb, and maiden victories for Denis Timofeev and Yaser Al-Keliddar.
Brian Hastings coming out of retirement to win his fourth bracelet, Guoliang Wei win the Little One For One Drop, and Jordan Polk wins a sliver of gold.
Another round-up from the WSOP focusing on Ben Yu winning the $50,000 No-Limit High Roller for $1.6m, after beating Sean Winter in heads-up action.
John Cynn is the 2018 WSOP Main Event champion after beating Tony Miles in the longest heads-up match in the event's history.
We focus on a record 15th bracelet win for Phil Hellmuth, as the Poker Brat once again proves that despite his childish tantrums he knows how to win.