The biggest buy-in tournament of the year was live on PokerGO and ESPN2 in the summer but this weekend you'll have a unique opportunity to watch the Big One for One Drop final table in full with commentary provided by Lon McEachern and Norman Chad. The action gets underway at
Paul Seaton has worked in poker since 2011 and has traveled the world reporting on the greatest game on Earth. He has covered tournaments such as the EPT, WPT and World Series of Poker. He is from England and is inspired by three key supports in his work; the unique
Hand #356: “I call,” Joe Cada says after Darvin Moon had moved all in on the turn. The board showed ten-five-nine-ten and Moon turned over seven-eight of spades for an open-ended straight draw. Cada was all in and at risk showing jack-nine for two pair, but Moon had six outs
This weekend sees Season 9 of the popular apocalyptic drama return to our TV screens. Set in a zombie-infested United States of America, the show has been loved and hated in equal amounts since its inception in October 2010.
With Season 9 about to air, there have been major debates over
This week on the Poker Central Podcast, Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema are joined by Molly Bloom! Remko finally gets around to telling his Post Malone story, Brent dives deep into John Cynn’s insane plays and Randall Emmett’s antics, and we try to figure out whether Phil Ivey is the
Drew Amato has been covering the World Series of Poker since 2014. This year he’s covered the U.S. Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl for Poker Central. Daily during the Main Event, Amato will share his favorite images from the World Series of Poker. Enjoy this recurring piece as,
He’s funny, he's got stories for days, and knows a lot about poker! He’s Joe Stapleton, and this week’s on the Heads Up with Remko Podcast. The Poker Central Podcast Network is sponsored by Keeps.com. Check out Keeps.com/PokerGO for more information on this subscription-based hair loss medication.
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Surrounded by top pros such as Justin Bonomo, Dan Smith, and Fedor Holz, the name 'David Einhorn' stands out as one of the players that we don’t see too often in the big poker tournaments. When Einhorn shows up, however, it’s always a big occasion!
From his first introduction to poker fans
The final event of the World Series of Poker calendar is the largest one of them all. The $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop drew an exclusive field of 24 entrants with registration open until the start of Day 2. 19 of those players survived Day 1.
Phil Ivey and Daniel
Day 4 of the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event featured twists and turns on the PokerGO feature table. The 1,182 who returned in the money shaved down to 310. One of those who went to the payout desk is Phil Ivey. The biggest name left at the start