The 2018 World Series of Poker saw its season start at the end of May and this past weekend the series wrapped up as a winner was crowned in the Europe Main Event. In this article we get you caught up with all the action with Shaun Deeb becoming the
Hand #356: “I call,” Joe Cada says after Darvin Moon had moved all in on the turn. The board showed ten-five-nine-ten and Moon turned over seven-eight of spades for an open-ended straight draw. Cada was all in and at risk showing jack-nine for two pair, but Moon had six outs
Joe Cada will forever be known as the man to defeat Darvin Moon at the final table of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, but his 2018 summer might go down as being even more impressive for the Michigan native.
Recording a total of seven cashes, winning two bracelets
The 2018 World Series of Poker is well in our rear-view mirror with the world’s top players gearing up for the upcoming Poker Masters at the PokerGO Studio from September 7-15. But while fans and players are already dreaming of the 2019 World Series of Poker, it’s now possible to
On this short podcast, a recap of Day 9 of the WSOP Main Event and interviews with Aram Zobian, Nic Manion, Tony Miles and John Cynn.
1:22 – Interview with 6th-place finisher Aram Zobian.
10:35 – Interview with 4th-place finisher Nic Manion.
14:00 – Interview with Main Event chip leader
The second night of the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event final table opened with Michael Dyer in control of the chip lead. That narrative changed right away as Tony Miles took the steering wheel of the final table. Miles holds a commanding chip lead three-handed after knocking out
Drew Amato has been covering the World Series of Poker since 2014. This year he’s covered the U.S. Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl for Poker Central. Daily during the Main Event, Amato will share his favorite images from the World Series of Poker. Enjoy this recurring piece as,
PokerGO and ESPN are your home for the World Series of Poker Main Event and coverage of final table is currently live. 6 players remain and the final table is scheduled to play until three players are left. 2009 Main Event champion Joe Cada is in contention, but short, while Michael
On this podcast, interviews with the final six players and the departed, Antoine Labat, Artem Metalidi, and Alex Lynskey.
1:05 – An interview with Aram Zobian before the start of play.
5:40 – The interview with Antoine Labat after busting out in ninth place for $1,000,000.
12:50 – Artem Metaldi
Michael Dyer led the Main Event leaderboard for most of Day 7 and picked up right where he left off to start the final table. Dyer's brief hiatus from the chip lead was rectified right away and he opens the second day of final table play with 156.5 million of