Calvin Anderson Leads Biggest WPT Five Diamond in History

Calvin Anderson looks for his first WPT title bagging the chip lead after Day 2. (Photo courtesy of the World Poker Tour)

The World Poker Tour Five Diamond World Poker Classic has shattered its previous record of 812 as 1,001 entries combined to create a $1.6 million first prize and more than a million for second place. Coming into Day 3, Calvin Anderson leads the way with a legion of big names

Ep. 125 Super High Roller Talk ft Mori Eskandani

Garrett Adelstein and Gus Hansen headlined two nights of thrilling high stakes action from the PokerGO Studio.

Poker Hall of Fame Member Mori Eskandani joins the show to talk about two exciting nights of Super High Roller Cash Game action that featured Garrett Adelstein, Gus Hansen, Doyle Brunson, Daniel ‘Jungleman’ Cates, Andrew Robl and many more! 2:30 – Mori Eskandani talks about the biggest limit game ever

Tosoc’s Take on His Highly Successful Super High Roller Cash Game

Ryan Tosoc

During yesterday's Super High Roller Cash Game with a $50,000 minimum buy-in, it was reigning World Poker Tour Five Diamond champion Ryan Tosoc who made a big splash. In just four hours Tosoc ripped through the table and nearly quadrupled his investment. As Tosoc left the table after the second break

WPT Five Diamond Day 1: Star-Studded and Record-Breaking

The 2012 WSOP Main Event winner Martin Jacobson is in strong contention heading into Day 2 of WPT Five Diamond.

One of the poker calendar's most exciting events kicked off on Tuesday at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, resulting in 697 entries creating the biggest Day 1 in the history of this event. Leading the way after 10 levels of play is Milos Skrbic with 205,500 chips while former World

Poker Central and RunGood Poker Series Announce 2019 Partnership for “Showbound”

Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play on Poker After Dark!

Today, Poker Central announced a partnership with the RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) to co-brand its 2019 season tour with streaming service PokerGO. “Showbound Powered by PokerGO” will encourage tournament participants at all tour stops to dress to impress and walk the crimson carpet on their way to the poker table. Win