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Fathipour Wins Without Showdown

After a flop of AQ9 Mo Fathipour checked and a late-position opponent bet 2,600. It folded around to Fathipour who called. The turn brought the 3 and both players checked. The river was the 7 ...


Advice For the WSOP Main Event

by Bernard Lee |  Published: Jul 10, 2013

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Once again, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), this year being the 44th annual version, has been the center of the poker universe this summer. Thousands of poker players competed in 61 preliminary bracelet events over six weeks, all chasing the dream of capturing a WSOP bracelet. However, there is always one event that takes center stage. It is the one tournament that every amateur dreams about playing in and every poker professional circles on his or her yearly schedule. Most importantly, it is the one tournament that every poker player dreams about winning — the WSOP main event. For many of you, this year may be your first WSOP main event. Or you may be returning to Las Vegas, attempting to cash in the tournament for the very first time. In any event, I want to pass along some advice as you prepare for the most incredible poker tournament ...


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