The $300 buy-in Gladiators of Poker No-limit Hold’em tournament is the least expensive event the World Series of Poker has ever offered.
Tyler Brown of Northbrook, Illinois, won the WSOP’s Mystery Millions bounty event for $1 million thanks in large part to a courageous call with ace high.
It’s rare for a player over the age of 50 to make a deep run in the World Series of Pokers Main Event. But that wasn’t always the case.
High-stakes poker pro Tom Dwan won a pot worth more than $3 million on Tuesday during Hustler Casino Live’s “Million Dollar Game.”
The WSOP kicked off the first of 95 events Tuesday with a $500 Casino Employees No-limit Hold’em tournament. The Main Event starts July 3.
The 54th annual WSOP begins Tuesday at Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas, with 95 live bracelet events and 20 online events scheduled.
Since the rise of online poker, there have been multiple World Series of Poker Main Event champions in their early 20s.
Twenty years after Chris Moneymaker’s groundbreaking victory in the World Series of Poker Main Event, he continues to promote the game across the world.
The $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop will take place in December during the World Poker Tour’s World Championship Festival at Wynn Las Vegas.
Professional poker player Eric Persson, the CEO of Maverick Gaming, is behind the effort to offer a new poker room at the Tropicana on the Strip.
Whether it’s because of their antics at the poker table or they were involved in a scandal, there have been no shortage of villains at the World Series of Poker.
In addition to the World Series of Poker taking place on the Strip, several other properties are holding their own poker events this summer.
Here are the top five women players in WSOP history.
Doyle Brunson died Sunday at age 89, and many in the poker community shared their tributes of “Texas Dolly.”
Doyle Brunson, widely regarded as the “Godfather of Poker,” and a two-time winner of the WSOP Texas Hold’em Main Event, died Sunday in Las Vegas. He was 89.