The inaugural US Poker Open tournament series has come to a close with Keith Tilston taking down Event #8: $50,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event. Tilston battled rival Jake Schindler heads-up to pocket $660,000 and finish the overall series in

Sometimes, you only need to look down at pocket aces, flop a full house, and keep calling all the way until you’re crowned the champion. That’s exactly what happened to David Peters tonight at the US Poker Open. Peters topped

Benjamin Pollak has been traveling the European poker circuit for a decade, but 2017 was truly the breakout year for the 34-year-old Frenchman who finished third in the WSOP Main Event for a mammoth $3.5 million payday. Pollak: “I wanted

The inaugural U. S. Poker Open is rolling along at ARIA in Las Vegas, with its $50,000 Main Event set to begin on Friday. The question is, though, if you throw a poker tournament and no one pays attention, did

Norway’s Jon Kyte and New Zealand’s Daniel Smith banded together to win the 2018 Aussie Millions: Event #26 A$1,150 Shot Clock Team event for A$10,931 ($8,654) each. The event was new on the schedule and also represented the final tournament

Australia’s Michael Tchong outlasted a field of 105 entrants including a final table filled with big names to win the 2018 Aussie Millions Event #22: A$5,000 No Limit Holdem Six Max for A$138,180 ($110,162). The victory was Tchong’s eighth Aussie