On today’s show, interviews with Brian Altman about his great run and busting Phil Ivey in a hand many considered a blow-up, Scott Vener about finding the game of poker and the meaning of his deep run, James Obst about getting his mind and body right in the biggest spot
The latest $10,000 bracelet to be awarded on PokerGO belongs to Yaniv Birman for winning the Seven Card Stud Championship. Birman was one of the lone non-pros at the live streamed final table but that didn't prevent him from earning the $236,238 first-place prize.
Among the opponents knocked off by Birman
PokerGO is your home for World Series of Poker broadcasts and the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship final table is live. $236,000 is up top, along with a WSOP gold bracelet. Two-time bracelet winners Ben Yu and Jesse Martin are near the top of the counts, while one-time winner James
To supplement PokerGO's weekly World Series of Poker Main Event episode releases, the top hands from each year will be posted on Poker Central's YouTube page and social media accounts. Those hands will then battle for the right to be dubbed "Hand of the Year." Check out 2016's best hands
Full episodes from the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event debuted on PokerGO last week, giving fans a chance to look back at the end of the November Nine era for the first time. Over the course of six days of coverage, starting with Day 4, the field dwindles from
Day 7 of the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event is the penultimate stage to the final table of the best tournament in the game. The 2016 edition loads up with perhaps the toughest final three tables in WSOP Main Event history.
Day 6 featured the rise of relative unknowns on
Now available on PokerGO are the televised episodes from the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event. The full PokerGO audience can now access every second of the ESPN footage from one of the most legendary Main Events in history. Qui Nguyen emerged in a field of 6,737 to win