Earlier today, Doyle Brunson announced his retirement from the game of poker at the end of this summer, leading to a flurry of responses on social media about the “Godfather of Poker” leaving the game behind him for good. Brunson, currently playing in the $10,000 No Limit 2-7 tournament, is
Scott Seiver is one of the most highly respected players in the game, but if the $25,000 Fantasy League hosted by Daniel Negreanu is any indication, we won't be seeing him much at the World Series of Poker. We caught Seiver, however, going deep in the $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw
PokerGO and THE VAULT bring another exciting episode of "Throwback Hands" to the table. This week, David Williams is up against Eli Elezra with the best hand albeit, not a hand that he holds much confidence in.
Williams gives a Phil Hellmuth-esque speech about receiving no respect for his raises and playfully ribs
Brandon Adams is back on the Heads Up with Remko podcast! After first appearing on the show during the inaugural Poker Masters, Adams returns to talk about the personal advancements he’s made since, studying and applying game theory to poker, learning from Patrik Antonius, the history of game theory concepts
This week on Poker Central Podcast, Brent Hanks, Will O’Connor and Remko Rinkema dive into all the hottest news in the world of poker. The PokerGO Studio was officially opened with “Open House Week” on Poker After Dark, The Triton Super High Roller Series brought out all the big guns
The weekend starts inside THE VAULT on PokerGO with another classic matchup between two familiar opponents.
Gus Hansen and Patrik Antonius have played tens of thousands of hands against each other on Poker After Dark, online, tournaments, and high-stakes cash games. Familiarity breeds contempt but this time, it leads to Hansen having
This is the second and final part of Heads Up with Remko featuring Patrik Antonius. On the first part, Antonius talked about how he discovered the game and quickly became one of the best in the world. From 2000 through 2006, Antonius arguably played the most hands of poker of
Poker After Dark returned for another episode of "Open House" week with an entirely new set of players from last night's game. The stakes remained at $100/$200 and all eight seats were flipped around. Out goes Daniel Negreanu and in comes Antonio Esfandiari.
Bill Perkins showed up over an hour into
If "Open House" premier of the PokerGO Studio was big, this week's finale may be even better. Poker After Dark returned Tuesday, with big names and tons of action. By night's end, Daniel Negreanu had booked the biggest win, but his INSIDERS co-star and the newest World Poker Tour champion
Poker After Dark returned this week to PokerGO inside the new PokerGO Studio at ARIA with the aptly named "Open House" week. The $100/$200 stakes combined a $200 big blind ante brought out big hands from all seven members of the lineup.
The action streamed on PokerGO with Daniel Negreanu in