After the longest heads-up battle in World Series of Poker Championship Event history, Illinois’ John Cynn was able to outlast Florida’s Tony Miles to capture poker’s World Championship in winning the 2018 WSOP Championship Event. The Early Action Coming to

Welcome back to our third and final night of live blogging of the 2018 World Series of Poker Championship Event Final Table! In the “old days,” when there was a live poker event like this – and televised – many

Mike Leah and Shaun Deeb might be the players best-known for their live poker multi-tabling exploits, but Justin Liberto had a pretty impressive run himself on Wednesday when he made the final three tables of two events at the same

Guoliang Wei has captured the fourth Chinese WSOP gold bracelet by winning Event #68: $1,000+111 The Little One for One Drop. Wei defeated Francois Tosques of France heads-up after a fairytale ending. Holding an open-ended straight flush draw against Tosques’

Denis Timofeev has won his first WSOP gold bracelet in Event #73: $1,000 Double Stack Turbo after besting a field of 1,221 players. Timofeev beat experienced Spanish pro Leo Margets heads-up to secure the $199,586 payday in a swingy see-saw

“Honey, am I dreaming?” “Honey, am I dreaming?” Phil Hellmuth couldn’t believe it, holding the coveted prize in his hand. But it was real, and a jam-packed crowd in the Brasilia Room witnessed the Poker Brat winning his fifteenth career