Phil Hellmuth is now 7-0 on “High Stakes Duel” after besting Nick Wright, an FS1 sports personality and avid amateur player, on PokerGO.
Jim Barnes covers sports betting and the World Series of Poker for the Review-Journal. He first joined the Review-Journal as a copy editor in 2012. The Fort Worth, Texas, native previously was the sports editor at the Waco Tribune-Herald and also covered high school sports for the Dallas Morning News. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2000. He is an experienced gambler who has competed in the Westgate SuperContest and the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Sports TV host and avid amateur poker player Nick Wright is set to take on Phil Hellmuth, who is undefeated in the “High Stakes Duel” format on PokerGO.
Several Las Vegas sportsbooks took down the Green Bay Packers’ division odds and season win total Friday amid uncertainty about quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ future.
Sportsbooks are mostly in alignment — but not completely — on how they will handle any NFL or college football forfeits caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Doyle Brunson, Phil Hellmuth, Scotty Nguyen and Erik Seidel were among the players telling their best stories about Layne Flack, who died recently at 52.
The Westgate has posted odds for the season opener Oct. 12 at T-Mobile Arena pitting the expansion Seattle Kraken against the Golden Knights.
Station Casinos’ Last Man Standing contests could be worth $1 million, and William Hill is guaranteeing a $1 million prize pool for its college contest.
Dustin Johnson is at the top of the odds board for this week’s PGA Tour event, but bettors could find some better spots deeper in the field.
Only eight players in history have more World Series of Poker bracelets than Layne Flack, who became one of the faces of the early 2000s poker boom.
Circa Sports and the Westgate said Collin Morikawa winning was a solid result for them. The Las Vegas resident cashed at prices around 30-1.
WSOP.com will host the events Aug. 8 to Aug. 15, with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $3,200. Players must by physically located in Pennsylvania to play.
Daniel Negreanu claimed the overall title of the PokerGO Cup on Wednesday when Cary Katz defeated Sam Soverel heads-up to win the tournament series finale.
Daniel Negreanu broke a yearslong streak without a victory, winning a $50,000 buy-in No-limit Hold’em event Tuesday at the PokerGO studio by the Aria.