WSOP Europe Episodes Now Available on PokerGO

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) expanded into Europe back in 2007 with the inaugural WSOP Europe playing out in London, England, before moving to Cannes, France, then Berlin, Germany, and eventually settling in Rozvadov, Czech Republic in 2017. The 11 installments of WSOP Europe have awarded WSOP bracelets to some

2019 WSOP Main Event ESPN Live Streams Added to PokerGO

The 2019 WSOP Main Event would be the second-largest of all-time as it attracted 8,569 players and created a prize pool of over $80.5 million. Nearly 1,300 players finished in-the-money, but it would inevitably be German Hossein Ensan defeating Italian Dario Sammartino heads-up to win the $10 million first-place prize. The

Damian Salas Wins 2020 WSOP Main Event Heads-Up Finale

The 2020 WSOP Main Event has concluded with Argentina's Damian Salas defeating America's Joseph Hebert in the heads-up finale on Sunday night to win an additional $1 million in prize money and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet. The poker world looked drastically different in 2020, and the WSOP adapted by running

Joseph Hebert Wins Wins Domestic WSOP Main Event for $1,553,256 – Will Play Damian Salas for $1 Million Freeroll

Following a two-week hiatus, the 2020 WSOP Main Event concluded on Monday evening from the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Entering the final table as chip leader, Joseph Herbert carried that lead through to topping the final table and the 705-player field to capture the $1,553,256

Damian Salas Wins International GGPoker 2020 WSOP Main Event for $1,550,969

The international leg of the 2020 WSOP Main Event has concluded at King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, with Argentina's Damian Salas topping the 674-entrant field to win the $1,550,969 first-place prize and earn his seat in the winner-take-all $1 million freeroll against the eventual domestic WSOP 2020 Main Event

Joseph Hebert Leads WSOP Main Event Final Table – Play Concludes on December 28

The 2020 WSOP Main Event continued on Monday with the schedule calling for the final table of nine to be reached. Day 2 action began with 71 players returning from the 705-player field, and after roughly seven hours of play, it would be Joseph Hebert holding the final table chip