Did Stu Ungar Cheat at the WSOP?

Stu Ungar

Mention the name Stuart Errol Ungar to any poker fan and their eyes might well mist over, cast into the memory of three World Series of Poker Main Event victories that will live on forever. Stu Ungar was a poker legend until his sad demise in 1998 and is fondly

partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton Eliminated

partypoker chairman Mike Sexton sat at the feature table for a while and he played on the PokerGO live stream along with the likes of partypoker PRO Richard Dubini. Yuri Dzivielevski is also seated at the table and he just eliminated Sexton from the tournament. Dzivielevski raised under the gun to

Sexton Joins

Mike sexton tried his luck on Day 1a of this event but failed to make it through the first eight levels. Yesterday, on Day 1b of this event, he was a notable absence. Today, Sexton is back in the mix having taken his seat at Table 70. He has some

Mike Sexton Sits Down

With 53 players playing right now, the field is growing rapidly. Every minute, new players sit down. Amongst those sitting down is Mike Sexton, the legendary poker player, poker commentator, Poker Hall of Fame member, and partypoker chairman.

Eric Afriat Doubles Through Rayan Chamas

From middle position, partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton raised to 70,000 and was called by Rayan Chamas on the button, the small blind, and Eric Afriat in the big blind. The flop landed [4c6c8s] and both blinds checked to Sexton who bet 150,000. Chamas used a time extension and then raised to

Turn Check-Raise From partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton

From early position, partypoker Chaiman Mike Sexton opened and was called by the players in the cutoff and the big blind. The flop was [Kc4h6h] and action checked to Sexton who continued for 55,000. Only the player in the cutoff called. The turn was the [8c], Sexton checked, his opponent bet 130,000,

Early Drop for partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton

On a flop of [2d4h6h] with 50,000 in the middle, partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton bet out 25,000 from under the gun before a player on the button raised to 58,000. Sexton called, and when the turn landed the [Tc], he check-called a bet of 80,000. The river landed the [Jd] and Sexton