Brian Rast Eliminated by Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu raised to 12,000 from middle position and Dan Cates called from the hijack. Ali Imsirovic called from the cutoff before Brian Rast moved all in for 145,000 out of the big blind. Negreanu moved all in as well for well over 1,000,000 and everybody else got out of

Koray Aldemir Falls to Brian Rast’s Kings

Jason Koon limped for 4,000 before Koray Aldemir made it 15,000 from the button before Brian Rast woke up with pocket kings in the small blind. Rast moved all in for 101,000, Nick Petrangelo folded his big blind, Koon folded and Aldemir called to risk his tournament life for 75,000

Dan Smith and Mikita Badziakouski Find a Chop

Dominik Nitsche opened to 2,500 from under the gun, and Dan Smith called next to act. Mikita Badziakouski and Brian Rast called in the blinds, and the dealer spread a [qs][4s][9d] flop. Action checked to Smith who bet out 3,500 and Badziakouski was the only caller as both players checked the [2s]

Welcome to Super High Roller Bowl V!

Welcome to the ARIA Resort & Casino and the PokerGO Studio for the inaugural Poker Central Live Reporting coverage of the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl. Since 2015, four editions of the Super High Roller Bowl have been contested during the action-packed summer of poker in Las Vegas. In a decision

Brunson, Robl, Hansen Headline Super High Roller Cash Game

Before Poker After Dark's reboot, before the expansion of High Roller Triple Crown events, and before PokerGO became the exclusive destination for the world's biggest events, the Super High Roller Cash Game created some of greatest action in televised poker history. This week, the Super High Roller Cash Game returns

What if…There Were No Poker Dealers?

What would happen if poker had no dealers?

Every week freelance writer Paul Seaton takes a comedic look at some crazy scenarios in the world of poker, and this week he's exploring the chaos that would ensue if there were no dealers! Every poker tournament has them, every cash game relies on them too, yet they are ever changing