World Series Madness on The Poker Show
Top Players, Tournaments, and Gossip this Week on The Poker Show
This week, The Poker Show goes World Series wild as Jesse May and Matt Broughton speak to some of the best in the business, and Padraig Parkinson brings all the news from the mothership of this prestigious festival of events, the Rio Hotel.
As an added bonus, the password-only Poker Show Live turbo bounty tournament reappears at Boylepoker.com with $250 added. “RadonGas” won the last event which saw a field of 83 battling it out for the top prize.
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If you missed out on last week’s show which featured the likes of snooker legend Steve Davis and poker legends Steve Sung and Marcel Luske, do not fear. The shows have been fully archived and include the ever popular interviews with Tom “Durrrr” Dwan and Luke “FullFlush1” Shwartz.
|1||Negreanu At WSOP National Championship FT|
|2||Pit Boss: Whale Shenanigans At All-Time High|
|3||Gambler Sues Casino Over Roulette Ball Injury|
|4||Harwood Wins 2015 WSOP National Championship|
|5||Jason Les: 'Future Is Pretty Strong For Poker Bots'|
|6||Casino To Pay Poker Dealers $100K In Settlement|
|7||Watch Super High Roller Celebrity Shootout Tonight|
|8||5 Crazy Hands From Super High Roller Cash Game|
|9||Online Poker: Viktor Blom Has $350,000 July|
|10||Matt Matros: Who Gets To Play?|
|1||Negreanu Busts Hellmuth Deep In WSOP Main Event|
|2||November Nine Set In 2015 WSOP Main Event|
|3||Negreanu Finishes 11th In WSOP Main Event|
|4||2015 WSOP Main Event: Negreanu Headlines Last 27|
|5||Hellmuth, Ivey Battle At Crazy Day 1 Table|
|6||Money Bubble Looms at 2015 WSOP Main Event|
|7||Neuville Leads 2015 WSOP Main Event After Day 5|
|8||Kelly Minkin: Last Woman In WSOP Main Event|
|9||Main Event: Nearly 1K Players Eliminated On Day 2AB|
|10||Phil Ivey Countersues Borgata Over Disputed $9.6M|