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||MGM National Harbor Grows Maryland Poker Market|
|2||WSOP Announces 2017 Schedule of Weekend Events|
|3||Machine Takes Early Lead In Match Against Poker Pros|
|4||Harder Wins 2017 PSC Bahamas Main Event|
|5||Poker Bot Doubles Lead In Historic Match Against Humans|
|6||Ryan Fee: How I Improved And Moved Up|
|7||Kenney Wins PokerStars Championship Bahamas $50k|
|8||Kenney Wins 2017 PSC Bahamas $25k High Roller|
|9||Poker Lobby Responds To Sessions' I-Poker Comments|
|10||Poker Bot Leads Humans After 20 Percent Of Hands|
|1||Brunson: Tilted Poker Players Threw $150,000 Onto Floor|
|2||Poker Legend Phil Ivey Ordered To Pay Borgata $10M|
|3||Police: Man Killed After 'Poker Room Table Talk'|
|4||Kevin Hart Lost $300k In Poker Tournaments This Week|
|5||Kassouf Wins Final EPT High Roller Event|
|6||Kevin Hart Plays In $100k Poker Tournament|
|7||MGM National Harbor Grows Maryland Poker Market|
|8||WSOP Announces 2017 Schedule of Weekend Events|
|9||World Series of Poker Announces 2017 Dates|
|10||Gamblers Leave About $8M A Year In Las Vegas|