Stephen Chidwick: “2018 Was a Year of Validation for Me”

Stephen Chidwick at the final table of Super High Roller Bowl V.

Last week, reigning U.S. Poker Open champion Stephen Chidwick hit a big milestone by overtaking Sam Trickett as the No. 1 on England's all-time money list, cashing for a total of $21.2 million over the course of his decade-long career playing live tournaments. Overtaking Trickett has been a long time

Ep. 128 – Negreanu’s Proposal and 2019 Predictions

Fireworks on the Poker Central Podcast as Brent Hanks tells some big time stories!

The Poker Central Podcast is back! Get the full story of Daniel Negreanu's proposal to Amanda Leatherman as Brent Hanks was on the scene. Also, Brent receives the Dolly's Game lineup, which will be shared towards the end of the show. 2:00 – Brent Hanks story time: An epic Golden

[VIDEO] Learn From The Champ: Strategy Talk with Isaac Haxton

Just a few weeks ago, Super High Roller Bowl V saw some of the best players in the world compete for the $3.6 million first prize. Isaac Haxton came out on top after battle through a final table that included Igor Kurganov, Alex Foxen, Adrian Mateos, and Stephen Chidwick. Before Isaac Haxton ultimately came

Sam Soverel Wins Inaugural High Roller of the Year Title

Earlier this year, Poker Central announced the first-ever player of the year program made exclusively for high rollers. The 2018 High Roller of the Year race concluded with Super High Roller Bowl V and Sam Soverel held off some of the world's best to secure the title. Across a shortened inaugural

If This Hand Doesn’t Excite You, What Will?

Super High Roller Bowl V pit some of the best players in the world against each other, and both Alex Foxen and Igor Kurganov turned out to be headliners of this edition of the tournament. While Isaac Haxton ultimately came out victorious, Foxen and Kurganov played arguably one of the