The 2018 World Series of Poker closed out the summer calendar the exact same way it started with Justin Bonomo in the winner's circle.
The Super High Roller Bowl champion earned $5 million for his victory in May and doubled that win with a $10 million score in the Big One
Surrounded by top pros such as Justin Bonomo, Dan Smith, and Fedor Holz, the name 'David Einhorn' stands out as one of the players that we don’t see too often in the big poker tournaments. When Einhorn shows up, however, it’s always a big occasion!
From his first introduction to poker fans
The final event of the 2018 World Series of Poker puts a place of history on the line for Justin Bonomo. The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl champion is the chip leader of the Big One for One Drop final table with $10 million sitting for first place. A win for
Justin Bonomo's 2018 gets better with each tournament and he is the chip leader after Day 2 of the Big One for One Drop. Bonomo bagged below the 5,000,000 starting stack on Day 1 but jumped into the lead midway through Day 2 and held on through the final six.
The world of super high stakes tournaments is a battleground like no other. The blend of skill, study, talent, variance, and egos creates something that speaks to the imagination of players and fans alike. Over the last five years, Nick Petrangelo, along with a plethora of others that belong among
After months of speculation on its field size, the $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop kicked off on Sunday afternoon with 24 players. Before the start of play on Day 2, another three players entered thus creating the smallest seven-figure buy-in field since the first edition of this event in
After daily coverage of the World Series of Poker Main Event streamed on ESPN and PokerGO, the summer concludes with back-to-back days of the $1,000,000 buy-in Big One for One Drop. Day 2 of the event will stream on PokerGO and ESPN 2, with PokerGO action beginning at 3 PM
The final event of the World Series of Poker calendar is the largest one of them all. The $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop drew an exclusive field of 24 entrants with registration open until the start of Day 2. 19 of those players survived Day 1.
Phil Ivey and Daniel
John Cynn shook his head in disbelief, pulled the hoodie of his shirt over his head and kneeled down on the main stage. The 33-year old poker pro had just won the World Series of Poker Main Event, defeating a field of 7,874 players to capture the first prize of
About 30 minutes into not winning the World Series of Poker Main Event, Tony Miles found himself surrounded by his closest friends and family. Slowly making his way to the exit of the Amazon room, a red blush on his face, tears in his eyes, and with an arm around