It's Ryan Riess versus Jay Farber for $8.3 million, the diamond-studded bracelet and the title of world champion. Follow along tonight and join the conversation as the action plays out in Las Vegas.
Anthony Zinno made history by winning the World Poker Tour’s Los Angeles Poker Classic.With the victory, Zinno joined an elite club in WPT history: He joins Carlos Mortensen and Gus Hansen as the only players with three WPT titles.
Alex Dreyfus, CEO of the Global Poker Index, envisioned the day when he purchased the European Poker Awards two years ago. While the Europeans have had an annual awards celebration for over a decade, America has never seen a poker awards experience before.
The 2015 World Series of Poker schedule includes 68 events, a change to main event payouts and some new innovative structures
Last year was filled with some interesting storylines related to the world of poker, including Phil Ivey’s baccarat lawsuit, the closing of Atlantic City casinos (thankfully, the iconic Taj Mahal was saved, at least for the moment) and continued buzz about the possibility of "Rounders 2.
A new world champion will be crowned tonight and coverage begins on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET.If you want to be 30 minutes ahead of the action on TV and find out what's going on in Las Vegas at the very moment, the live blog below is for you.
The November Nine returned to the felt on Monday for a grueling 12-hour session that resulted in three players advancing to the final day instead of two.
LAS VEGAS -- After four months of waiting, the final table has arrived. Who will win the $10 million and the most coveted bracelet in the game? Watch the action unfold on ESPN2 on Monday night starting at 8 p.
Tonight at 8 ET, the World Series of Poker main event final table is live on ESPN2. It will conclude Tuesday night with the heads-up match at 9 ET live on ESPN and award $10 million to the winner.
LAS VEGAS -- Ten million dollars. You can probably hear Dr. Evil saying it right now. One of the nine players remaining in the World Series of Poker main event is going to have the good kind of financial problems in just a few days.
LAS VEGAS -- After 10 days of competition, only nine remain out of the field of 6,683 players in the 2014 World Series of Poker main event. The November Nine includes a diverse collection of players and, come November, one of the largest and loudest crowds the game has ever seen.
Felix Stephensen just received a Christmas gift in July. Stephensen moved into contention for the chip lead after knocking out Tom Sarra, Jr., in a huge pot at the feature table.
Bryan Devonshire: Gone.Leif Force: Gone.Kyle Keranen: Gone.Dan Smith: Gone.Scott Palmer: GoneThe familiar faces are quickly leaving the Amazon Room, and only 18 players remain in the 2014 World Series of Poker main event.
Tensions are high in the Amazon Room as players at the final three tables battle it out for a chance to become a member of one of poker's most elite groups.
LAS VEGAS -- Martin Jacobson led the WSOP main event after Day 1A and nobody batted an eye. Success isn't automatic for the chip leaders of the early days, but Jacobson is looking to follow in the footsteps of Joe Cada and turn a Day 1 chip lead into a world championship.
There's a pretty substantial pay jump at 36 and for the first time in this tournament, the players seem to recognize it. After a flurry of eliminations during the first half hour after the dinner break, the play slowed dramatically and some quasi-excessive tanking was found at each and every table.