The Top 2 remains unchanged for the first time in Poker Central Power Rankings history as Bryn Kenney bagged another massive win while Dan 'Jungleman' Cates kept up with his great social media antics while battling at massive stakes in Montenegro. Further down we see Brandon Adams and Sam Soverel
The World Series of Poker is right around the corner but with the EPT Grand Final having just wrapped up and the Montenegro Triton Super High Roller Series still underway, many of the biggest names in the game are vacationing in Europe. Let's dive into some great vacay snaps!
This week is filled with winners in poker through various methods! While Manig Loeser and Bryn Kenney were dominant on the felt, Dan 'Jungleman' Cates dominated the social media conversations by dropping an epic video that had Twitter in a tailspin. This week, we see Maria Ho climb up a
This week’s podcast - Episode 145 with your hosts Remko Rinkema and Brent Hanks - features the biggest name in the game. Daniel Negreanu, a.k.a. ‘Kid Poker’ only needs gentle prodding from Remko and Brent to respond to the latest developments in his bitter Twitter feud with the reigning WSOP Player
Alex Foxen! No. 1 on the GPI overall standings, in the hunt for the 2019 Global Poker Index Player of the Year coming off of winning it in 2018, and now No. 1 on the Poker Central Power Rankings after a very hot week in Monte Carlo. Daniel Negreanu and
Brent Hanks is back in the studio after a disappointing vacation as Remko Rinkema tries to keep things together as Randall Emmett tells us some hilarious stories.
00:30 – Brent Hanks talks about his family trip to Philadelphia, a cricket infestation and a zoo visit.
04:45 – Brief news items:
Maria Ho is back on top! The Week 15 Poker Central Power Rankings see a big shift due to a variety of high roller events at both the ARIA Resort & Casino and Seminole Hard Rock as well as the World Poker Tour Main Event. NFL legend Richard Seymour makes
The Global Poker Awards took place on Friday night at the PokerGO Studio and fans, friends, and family were able to watch it all unfold live. Hosted by Ali Nejad and Drea Renee, the inaugural ceremony had players, media members, and industry personnel dressed in their Sunday best. Relive the
It all started with a tweet. A video, to be more specific. A Twitter user by the name of SammyWhammy shared this tweet where Denise Pratt called Dan Shak all sorts of names, while getting some big laughs from the players at her table. Hours later, the video had gone viral,
Alex Foxen moved all in for 104,000 from middle position and Chris Hunichen called in the small blind.
The board ran out [5d4s2d8sTs] and Foxen was eliminated in 14th place.