Flush for Ami Alibay

With about 100,000 in the pot and the flop reading [8c5cKs], action checked to Martin Raus on the button and he bet 75,000. Maria Ho called from under the gun, Ami Alibay called from the hijack and the player in the cutoff folded. The turn was the [Ac] and all three

Maria Ho Folds the Turn to Ryan Rivers

From under the gun, Maria Ho raised to 17,000 and Ryan Rivers in the big blind called. The [6s9c5s] flop checked through to reveal the [6d] on the turn. Rivers bet out 25,000, and Ho folded.

Maria Ho vs. Mike Del Vecchio

Maria Ho limped from the small blind and Mike Del Vecchio checked his option. The flop was [Ah6dKc], Ho bet 5,000 and Del Vecchio called. The turn was the [7c] and both players checked. The river was the [3h], Ho checked, Del Vecchio bet 15,000 and Ho called. Del Vecchio tabled [Qc7h] for a

Alex Foxen vs. Maria Ho

Alex Foxen raised to 36,000 in the cutoff and Maria Ho called on the button. The flop landed [Ts4sTc] and Foxen continued for 28,000. Ho called and then both players checked the [Qs] on the turn. The river landed the [Ad] and Foxen bet out 230,000 and Ho folded.

Maria Ho Runs into Queens

On a flop of [5c6s2c] with roughly 250,000 in the middle, Maria Ho bet out 115,000 from the small blind and the big blind called. The turn fell the [Jh] and Ho bet 280,000. Her opponent called, and then both players checked the [Jc] on the river. Ho tabled her [Kc6d], but

Ep. 165 Chamath’s Home Game

This week on the Poker Central Podcast, Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema are joined by billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya as well as Maria Ho to talk about "Hellmuth's Home Game" on Poker After Dark.  Brent and Remko also break down the upcoming action on PokerGO including the return of Dolly's Game

Through the Lens: Draymond Green Gets Dunked On!

Last night was the first night of Hellmuth's Home Game as the Poker Brat himself brought all of his friends from outside the poker world to come splash around on the PokerGO stage. The lineup consisted of tech giants, Chamath Palihapitiya, Jason Calcanis, Rick Thompson, and David Sacks. Golden State Warriors'