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2017 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table Preview

From a field of 7,221 entries in the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event, now only nine players remain with the chance to capture the championship bracelet and the first place prize of over $8.1 million! Without further ado, here is an introduction the …

2017 World Series of Poker Main Event: Max Silver On Day 6

It’s early on day 6 of the 2017 World Series of Poker main event there are only 60 players remaining. There are plenty of notables still alive in the field, including 2011 main event third-place finisher Ben Lamb, 2004 10th place finisher Marcel Luske, …

2017 WSOP Main Event: Michael Ruane and Other November Niners Making Deep Runs

… about being back at the Rio and deep in the main …

2017 WSOP: Main Event Draws 7,221 Entries!

The official numbers are in for the 2017 World Series of Poker. A total of 7,221 players posted the $10,000 buy-in this year, making this the third biggest Main Event in WSOP history. The $67,877,400 prize pool that was built will be divided up among the …

2017 WSOP: Main Event Kicks Off

… to come here at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino …

2017 WSOP: Max Silver Wins His First Bracelet

Max Silver topped a field of 256 players to win $172,645 and his first bracelet in the $3,000 six-max limit hold’em event at the 2017 World Series of Poker. Card Player TV caught up with Silver at his bracelet ceremony to learn more about what winning a …

2017 WSOP: Mohsin Charania Wins Poker Triple Crown

Mohsin Charania has won the latest 2017 World Series of Poker $1,500 no-limit hold’em event, earning his first gold bracelet and a $364,000 payday. The Chicago native had already won World Poker Tour and European Poker Tour main event titles, which means …

2017 WSOP: Maurice Hawkins Deep In Monster Stack

6,716 entries were made in the 2017 World Series of Poker Monster Stack $1,500 no-limit hold’em, and early on day 3 there are only 120 players remaining. Among the notables still in the field are two-time bracelet winner Paul Volpe, Scott Baumstein, …

2017 WSOP: Joe McKeehen Wins Second Bracelet In $10k Limit Hold'em

In 2015 Joe McKeehen won the World Series of Poker $10,000 no-limit hold’em main event, earning $7.6 million and his first gold bracelet. Just two years later McKeehen has won yet another $10,000 buy-in hold’em championship, only this time around the …

2017 WSOP: James Obst Wins First Bracelet

Australia’s James Obst has won the 2017 WSOP $10,000 Razz Championship, emerging victorious with his first gold bracelet and the $265,138 first-place prize. Card Player TV was there to capture his bracelet ceremony and we asked him about coming out on …

 
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