Just six players returned to play for $10 million and the final bracelet of the 2018 World Series of Poker. The final day of the Big One for One Drop kicked off Tuesday evening with Justin Bonomo looking to dethrone Daniel Negreanu from atop Poker’s All-Time Money List. Below are
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The final table for the 2018 Big One for One Drop is now set. After two days, a total field of 27 players was thinned down to just six. During the day, many superstars fell including both Daniel Negreanu and Phil Ivey. Justin Bonomo looks to continue his insane run
Joe Cada has enjoyed a remarkable run at the 2018 World Series of Poker. Earlier in the series, Cada won his third career bracelet after taking down the $3k NL Hold’em Shootout. Then later, he nearly became the fifth person in WSOP history to win two Main Event titles, finishing
The final event of the 2018 World Series of Poker kicked off on Sunday and it was one of the most anticipated events of the summer. The $1 million Big One for One Drop kicked off at Noon and drew a superstar field of poker players and high rolling amateurs.
While John Cynn and Tony Miles were battling for the 2018 WSOP Main Event bracelet late Saturday night into early Sunday morning, two big names in poker were securing WSOP bracelets. Brian Hastings won his fourth career WSOP bracelet after defeating Andrew Brown heads-up in the $3k HORSE. Meanwhile, Ben
After ten of the most grueling days that one can ever play in poker, we have a champion in the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Tony Miles led both John Cynn and Michael Dyer heading into the last day of play, but nobody expected what ended up unfolding. In the end,
As the 2018 WSOP Main Event played down to the final three, Shaun Deeb was busy taking down the $10k Big Blind Antes Six-Max Championship to earn his fourth career WSOP bracelet and become only the second person this summer to win two bracelets. In addition, Deeb retakes the lead
Day 2 of the 2018 World Series of Poker final table started with Michael Dyer holding a monster chip lead and the poker world rooting hard for 2009 Main Event champion Joe Cada to make a comeback and make a run for the bracelet. By the end of the day,
The final table of the 2018 WSOP Main Event kicked off on Thursday with Nicolas Manion and Michael Dyer both starting with over 100 million each. An insane final hand on Wednesday put Manion into the chip lead and left Antoine Labat the short stack. The two big stories of
Day 7 of the 2018 WSOP Main Event kicked off on Wednesday with 26 players looking to make the final table. A long journey started for these players last week as they were part of a field of 7,874 hopefuls that were all looking to take down poker’s greatest prize.
As the WSOP Main Event played down to the final table, Phil Hellmuth made history once again winning his 15th WSOP bracelet. Hellmuth defeated Steven Wolansky heads-up in Event #71: $5,000 NL Hold’em (30 minute levels) to extend his record for career bracelets. Meanwhile, Ronald Keijzer won the $3k PLO
Day 6 of the 2018 WSOP Main Event was easily the longest day of the event thanks to an unexpected stoppage on Monday night. A power outage forced play to halt early and the remaining 109 players returned on Tuesday to play down to the final three tables. While it