Yesterday marked the first of three live streamed World Poker Tour final tables on PokerGO. Throughout the week, WPT final tables will be play out at Luxor's Hyper X Esports Arena, starting with the L.A. Poker Classic. The venue set the scene, the players didn't disappoint, and the fans turned
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Toby Lewis has been a mainstay on the international poker circuit ever since winning EPT Vilamoura back in 2010. Playing online as 108ofclubs, Lewis was ranked 1st on the PocketFives leaderboard and won the 2013 honors of "Online Player of the Year."
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Tonight's Los Angeles Poker Classic final table that streamed on PokerGO was nothing short of exciting. The World Poker Tour crowned a new champion in Dennis Blieden, who fought through a field of 493 and a final table full of pros to win the $1 million first-place prize.
There was a
The 25th annual Los Angeles Poker Classic Main Event played down to a final table of six last night and that group has just resumed play live on PokerGO. British pro Toby Lewis leads the way with a massive 5.3 million chip stack and he's not only looking for his first
The Los Angeles Poker Classic World Poker Tour Main Event is down to just 13 players, and while Dennis Blieden leads the way with an impressive 2,880,000 stack, all eyes will be on Anthony Zinno headed into the penultimate day of the event.
Zinno will start Day 4 of the tournament
The 25th Anniversary Los Angeles Poker Classic saw the second day of its $10,000 Main Event bring the initial field of 493 entries down to just 102 contenders, lead by Kimbo Ung. Toby Lewis, winner of the 2018 Aussie Millions Main Event for $1.1 million, is in strong contention headed