Power Rankings: Main Event Mayhem as Sammartino Grabs Top Spot

The Poker Central Power Rankings are dominated by the WSOP Main Event finalists headed up by Dario Sammartino.

If you'd asked me last week who would've been in the Power Rankings lead I would've, without a doubt, said: The Main Event winner. In a shocking turn of events, however, it's the runner-up who grabbed the top spot as he struck a chord with the voting panel! Other names

Power Rankings: Seymour Grabs No. 1 as WSOP POY Contenders Stay Near The Top

Richard Seymour's impressive Main Event run shoots him into first place on the Power Rankings.

The World Series of Poker is in the home stretch with the Main Event final table just a few days away. The rankings this week are heavily influenced by both the Main Event and the surrounding events and their implications on the WSOP Player of the Year race. Former NFL

Power Rankings: Hui Highest, $50k Finalists Soar & Zack Hold Steady

Phil Hui takes control of the Poker Central Power Rankings after a massive $50k PPC win.

The Poker Central Power Rankings got another massive shake-up as the $50,000 Poker Players Championship dominated the headlines! Phil Hui grabbed the biggest win of his career after beating Josh Arieh heads up. Bryce Yockey jumps into third place on the rankings after being on the receiving end of the

Power Rankings: Negreanu No.1 , Klein Third After Historic 4th Bracelet

Loren Klein wins a bracelet for the fourth straight year and jumps into third place on the Poker Central Power Rankings.

The action at the World Series of Poker is so hot and heavy that most bracelet winners aren't even sniffing the Top 10! Since the inception of the rankings, we've never seen more unranked players jump into the Top 10 while Daniel Negreanu took over the first spot with Dan

Ep. 151 Shannon Shorr’s Magic Mushroom Mindset

Listen or watch now to the Poker Central Podcast with Shannon Shorr.

The second edition of the Poker Central Podcast on PokerGO features Shannon Shorr. Listen to the episode now or check our video version out on PokerGO. 1:15 – The lack of big wins on Shannon Shorr’s resume and the why and how of how that happened and why things are

Watch: Shannon Shorr’s Magic Mushroom Mindset on the Poker Central Podcast

Learn everything there is to know about Shannon Shorr!

Get ready for the latest edition of the Poker Central Podcast and Remko Rinkema and Brent Hanks are joined in studio by Shannon Shorr! On the 151st episode, Shannon Shorr talks about the long list of close calls he's had in massive events including a second-place finish last week in a

Power Rankings: Zack & Elezra Jump to the Top, Friedman’s First Top 10

Prahlad Friedman makes his debut in the Poker Central Power Rankings Top 10 this week!

A total of 25 events have wrapped up at the 2019 World Series of Poker and as there are still 65 more bracelets to be awarded in Las Vegas before the most exciting stretch of poker action ends. The Power Rankings keep chugging along as the current clubhouse leader when

Phil Ivey Makes First Appearance at 2019 World Series of Poker

Phil Ivey during his first appearance at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

There's no player in the world that's more intriguing than Phil Ivey and his appearance at the 2019 World Series of Poker is therefore extremely newsworthy. Earlier this year, we speculated on whether Ivey would show up at all, and recent rumblings seemed to confirm his absence this summer. However, the

Power Rankings: Ho Back on Top, Kornuth’s Debut & WSOP Champs

Chance Kornuth makes his debut in the Top 10 after a hot start to the 2019 World Series of Poker with two final tables.

The World Series of Poker is into its second week and the rankings are thoroughly shaken up again by the plethora of winners and big storylines. It will come as no surprise that Maria Ho - a Power Rankings fan favorite - is back on top after her impressive performance

Ep. 149 – Poker Adventures in Las Vegas ft Barstool Nate

Barstool Nate joins the boys on the Poker Central Podcast to talk about his Las Vegas adventures.

The 2019 World Series of Poker is in full swing and Barstool Nate is in town to give the Big 50 a chance. Nate bagged up chips after his Day 1 flight and he joins us on the podcast to talk about his adventures in Las Vegas so far while