Any time you assemble 76 top poker players in one tournament, you’re sure to have a star-studded final table lineup. That was surely the case in the WPT Tournament of Champions final table that played out on Monday at the

Philadelphia’s Sugarhouse Casino might be celebrating being the first in Pennsylvania to launch its online sportsbook, but it has run into some legal trouble that may have dampened the move, as two patrons of the brick-and-mortar gambling venue have sued

Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham is preparing to host the partypoker LIVE Grand Prix which features a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool for only a $220 buy-in, or less if you win your way into this huge event online at partypoker.

He may have been to numerous WSOP final tables, but Dan Zack had never found his way to the podium. That changed on Day 6 of the 2019 WSOP as the American mixed games crusher prevailed in Event #6: $2,500

“LuckySpewy1′, better known as Yong Keun Kwon, has won the first of nine online events held in the 2019 World Series of Poker. Kwon took down Event #7: $400 ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em for $165,263. He defeated a field

Sweet. We have a controversy at the 2019 World Series of Poker. With four players remaining in the Event #5: High Roller – $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em for the 50th Annual, veteran poker player Sam Soverel acted out of turn, potentially