Five of a Kind: Living That High Stakes London Life

Despite the WSOP having wrapped up, the Twitter streets never slow down!

The World Series of Poker wrapping up might've created the slightest of breathers for poker fans and players all around the world but things clearly never truly die down in the Twitter streets. With the Triton Million kicking off on Thursday morning at 8:00 a.m. ET for free on PokerGO,

Through the Lens: BigHuni’s Big Day

This is it, the final day of the 2019 USPO. Over a million on the line at today's final table, along with the $100,000 added from Poker Central to the eventual USPO over all champion. Coming into this event Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter were tied a top the leaderboard,

David Peters Wins 2018 Poker Masters Main Event ($1,150,000)

The 2018 Poker Masters has officially come to a close with the completion of the $100k Main Event. David Peters came out on top after a grueling final day, eventually defeating Dan Smith heads up to take home the title. Despite not being able to catch Ali Imsirovic in the race for the purple jacket, Peters did come out on top as the overall most money earned throughout the series.

The grand finale to Poker Masters wrapped up on PokerGO with Event 1 winner David Peters putting a bow on the series with a win in the $100,000 Main Event. Peters defeated a tough crowd of 25 players and earned $1.15 million for his efforts. The final table aired with

Dan Smith Eliminated by Alex Foxen

Alex Foxen raised to 9,000 under the gun and Dan Smith three-bet next to act to 28,000. Action folded back to Foxen, and he called as the flop landed [8s4h8c]. Foxen checked and Smith bet 35,000. Foxen called, and then checked the [7h] on the turn. Smith used one of his time extension

Dan Smith Eliminated by Justin Bonomo

Dan Smith raised from under the gun to 7,000. Action then folded around to Justin Bonomo, who re-raised to 25,000. Smith then counted out his chips, announced he was all in and was met by a snap call from Bonomo. The players then tabled their hands. Smith: [8c8d] Bonomo: [JsJd] The board ran out [Qd3sAs3h5h], which