The history of tournament poker isn’t a long one. At best it dates back to the 1960s, when the first “Texas Road Gamblers” (the predecessor of the World Series of Poker) convention was held in Reno. Even in 1970, when

The first day of the Triton £100,000 Short Deck Main Event has come to an end after seven intense levels of play. A total of 91 entry slips were sold during the first day, and by night’s end only 40

When the 2018 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) Goliath attracted a field of 7,584 entries to become the largest-ever live poker tournament held outside of Las Vegas, nobody thought that record would be broken for a long time. Those people

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Five years ago, the MPN Poker Tour held its inaugural event in Aspers Casino, the same venue in which Estonian history teacher Uku Valner was crowned London champion last night after besting Terry Simpson heads up. The similarities in the