Day 3 of the 2018 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event has come to a conclusion with the remaining players all heading home assured of an in-the-money finish and a guaranteed $15,000 payday. Following three Day 1 flights, and

First, it went one way. Then it went the other, and eventually at half past three in the morning, after one miracle seventh street, it went the way of Dan Matsuzuki who took home $364,387 after winning his first WSOP

If you think you are having a bad day, just keep reading. It’s every poker player’s dream to play the biggest tournament in the world: the World Series of Poker Main Event. Some are even fortunate to be able to

Canadian player Tim Andrew turned his first-ever bracelet event appearance into a golden debut. Andrew took down the 3,250-strong Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT for $116,015 and the WSOP title, putting his name on the poker map in a spectacular

A week ago we were noting how Shaun Deeb — on the strength of his bracelet win in Event #42: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed High Roller and a bundle of other cashes — had moved out in front in 2018

Sleep didn’t come easy this time last year for John Hesp. Exhaustion weighed on him as hands ran through his mind. He thought of his wife and family back home in Bridlington, England, and just his whole crazy experience. Just