During the past half a century, the World Series of Poker has changed a lot. From a single tournament populated only by American players, the poker festival of the year now encompasses 89 events that players of all nationalities will play. With foreign players an essential part of the popularity
The Top 2 remains unchanged for the first time in Poker Central Power Rankings history as Bryn Kenney bagged another massive win while Dan 'Jungleman' Cates kept up with his great social media antics while battling at massive stakes in Montenegro. Further down we see Brandon Adams and Sam Soverel
Rolling without a guest this week, Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema get you caught up to speed with all that’s good in the world of poker. Was the Jungleman video out of line? Does poker need more Jungleman? We break down the 2019 WSOP POY contenders, look ahead at the
This week is filled with winners in poker through various methods! While Manig Loeser and Bryn Kenney were dominant on the felt, Dan 'Jungleman' Cates dominated the social media conversations by dropping an epic video that had Twitter in a tailspin. This week, we see Maria Ho climb up a
Every week, Five of a Kind presents you with some of the best Tweets and other social media posts in the world of poker. We found some more gems this week, so let's dive in!
Don't Joke with The Germans!
Serial tanker and U.S. Poker Open event winner Jordan Cristos did not
The High Roller of the Year race is off and running. Each week, Poker Central is your home for the results, stats, and stories from the world’s biggest events. From 2019 U.S. Poker Open to Super High Roller Bowl VI and everything in between, Poker Central is your High Roller of
Manig Loeser slid forward his last 45,000 from the cutoff and Cary Katz called in the big blind.
The board ran out [6d9cTs3dQd] and Loeser was eliminated in tenth-place.
Manig Loeser jammed from the small blind but Ryan Riess woke up with [9s9c] and snapped him off from the big. Loeser tabled [QsTs] and the two were racing for Riess's 410,000 stack.
The flop was [4c5hAc]. Loeser jumped ahead on the turn with the [Qc]. But the [Tc] on the
Action folded to Erik Seidel and his short stack in the small blind. He moved all-in and was called by Manig Loeser.
The board ran out [5hJs5cTs9d] and Seidel was eliminated six spots from the money.
We caught the action just as Bryn Kenney went all in from middle position and Manig Loeser shoved all in from the next seat over, which prompted the remaining players to fold their hands.
The board ran out [8s4s2s7cJd], which gave Kenney a runner-runner straight and the double up.