Anthony Zinno: “I Want to Play Poker my Whole Life.”

Anthony Zinno has his feet up and the second bracelet of his WSOP poker career at the 2019 WSOP.

After a fantastic heads-up victory against Canada's Rodney Burt, Anthony Zinno became a two-time WSOP bracelet winner, this time in the $1,500-entry Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better format. For the modern poker legend, the second time around is sweet, but also very different from his first bracelet victory. “The first

Jordan Spurlin Continues to Chip Up

Brandon Adams opened to 12,000 from under the gun and Mack Lee called in the small blind. From the big blind, Jordan Spurlin raised to 48,000, and both Adams and Lee called. The flop landed [5s2c7h] and Spurlin continued for 60,000. Adams and Lee both folded, and Spurlin collected the pot.

Jordan Spurlin’s Check Shove Gets Through on the Flop

With the action on Jordan Spurlin in the big blind he three-bet to 20,000. Manig Loeser and John Riordan made the call. The flop came [3hThQh] and Spurlin check. Loeser bet 18,000 and Riordan quickly got out of the way. Spurlin didn't think long before announcing all in for his last