Another weekend lies ahead, so let's get caught up on one of my favorite shows on PokerGO: Stories from the Felt. Through six episodes, you get to learn more about the players and their stories than ever before, making it must-watch TV for every poker fan.
Picking one episode from this
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The WSOP Main Event is a tournament like no other, and last night it showed once again. A record-breaking 4,571 players turned yesterday into the biggest single day in WSOP history, eclipsing last year's Day 1C mark by 309 entries. In this article we'll look at the numbers of past and present
The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event played down to the October Nine in an epic Day 7. The final table follows up the Day 7 insanity with more great poker with episodes now available on PokerGO.
Greg Merson enters the final table third in chips and is on a
The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event featured a ton of memorable moments including the clash of elites, "You lost, bro," and one of the most bizarre hands in Main Event history. Day 7 ratchets up the intensity with history on the horizon.
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Day 6 of the WSOP Main Event is where everything comes together. A full week of poker is already in the books and tensions are on edge with only two days standing between players and a spot at the final table.
The 2012 World Series of Poker is no different and
PokerGO is releasing the classic WSOP Main Event episodes from 2016 through 2011, and we’ve arrived at 2012 for this special edition of the podcast featuring Jeremy Ausmus. As the fifth-place finisher in 2012 Ausmus collected $2.1 million and became a household name in the game.
Ausmus is a regular in
The first eight episodes of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event showed off poker's elite class. Doyle Brunson and Phil Ivey inked the early headlines. Both players are out of the tournament by the time Day 5 rolls around those episodes are now available on PokerGO.
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