Planning a Weekend Trip to the World Series of Poker? Here’s What You Should Play in 2019!

A few good weekends at the 2019 World Series of Poker and you could find yourself battling in the Main Event for the biggest prize of them all!

With the World Series fast approaching, a lot of the pre-tournament talk is about which professionals will cover themselves in glory. But what about the man or woman on the street? Often referred to as 'Weekend Warriors', hundreds of thousands of recreational poker enthusiasts will travel to Las Vegas, Nevada

Antonio Esfandiari: “Kevin Hart Talked a Lot of Smack!”

Antonio Esfandiari beat Kevin Hart in a 35:1 boxing match! Learn all about it in the article below!

For most people, the thought of jumping into a boxing ring with Kevin Hart would appeal as much as arriving one minute after late registration ends at their favorite poker tournament. Antonio Esfandiari is not most people. But what made the former Big One for One Drop winner don the

Watch Out For The Foreigners! Who to Watch at the 2019 World Series of Poker

Benjamin Pollak, Kristen Bicknell, Rainer Kempe, and Manig Loeser are just some of the foreign players to keep an eye on this summer!

During the past half a century, the World Series of Poker has changed a lot. From a single tournament populated only by American players, the poker festival of the year now encompasses 89 events that players of all nationalities will play. With foreign players an essential part of the popularity

Poker Central and CBS Join Forces to Deliver Unprecedented Coverage of 2019 WSOP Bracelet Events

Watch the 2019 World Series of Poker on CBS Sports and PokerGO.

Today, Poker Central and CBS today announced a partnership to live stream the gold bracelet events at the 50th annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) across platforms including PokerGO, Poker Central’s direct-to-consumer OTT service, and CBS All Access, CBS’s subscription video on demand and live streaming service, from May 30-July

What if… You Played Every Event at the 2019 World Series of Poker?

What if you played every single event at the 2019 World Series of Poker?

Disclaimer: Playing every event at the World Series of Poker is not advised, because if you're bricking 20 straight events to start your summer it might be good to take a day off! However, if you enjoy a bit of pain and hypothetical misery, this might be the right article

Car Salesman Brady Holiman Lives the Poker Dream after WPT Choctaw Win

Brady Holiman holding up the winning hand after taking down WPT Choctaw earlier this season. (Photo: Pokerphotoarchive.com/Joe Giron)

When Brady Holiman took down the WPT Choctaw Main Event six months ago, he won just shy of half a million dollars. It was by far the biggest result of his poker life and a victory that, even now, he finds it almost impossible to describe. THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPION In this era

Weekend Binge Watch: The Most Epic Hands of the Last Decade

Daniel Negreanu falls to the floor after getting eliminated from the 2015 WSOP Main Event. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchives.com/Joe Giron)

Every Friday, the Weekend Binge Watch gives you some exciting content to watch with your legs up on the couch or potentially to have something to put while you battle your friends in a local home game! This week, we're looking at the PokerGO Original series titled Hand Histories from

Can Daniel Negreanu End His WSOP Bracelet Drought?

Daniel Negreanu came close to winning his seventh WSOP bracelet in 2018 by finishing third in the $1,500 Eight-Game Mix event.

He sits second on the all-time money list, he’s engaged to be married and even found time to speak to Remko and Brent on last week's Poker Central Podcast. Daniel Negreanu should be the most content man in the Western world. So why could Kid Poker into this year’s 50th

Dylan Linde’s Journey to the WPT Tournament of Champions

Dylan Linde in action during Run it Once week on Poker After Dark.

“Once you determine a tournament is good value for you to re-enter, it’s wrong to stop.” Says Dylan Linde about the WPT Five Diamond he won for a career-defining $1.6m result at the end of last year. Flash forward six months and Linde is now just days away from arriving at