This week in Five of a Kind, your review of the best of social media in the world of poker, we dive into Dan 'Jungleman' Cates talking about the never-ending Durrrr Challenge, Ryan Riess' girlfriend playing online poker, a very drunk Shannon Shorr, R.E.G. Charity raising $5 million, and Randall
Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema come at you with a whole bunch of stuff including the weekly Power Rankings, the Effing Five, recaps of all three WPT final tables and much more!
00:20 – Paying tribute to the sudden passing of Mickey Craft.
03:20 – The Super High Roller Cash
Players travel from all over the globe to play a World Poker Tour event and the recent WPT Gardens Poker Championship is no different.
Despite being a new addition to the World Poker Tour, the WPT Gardens Poker Championship attracted over 250 players back in January, building a prize-pool of over
Frank Stepuchin is planning a party as he heads into the World Poker Tour Gardens Poker Championship final table as chip leader this coming Tuesday.
With just six players remaining, the forthcoming WPT Gardens Poker Championship draws to a conclusion this Tuesday on PokerGO. The chip leader, who has more than
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,
On the 100th episode of the podcast, we have extended interviews with Joe Stapleton, Brent Hanks and Main Event conders Kelly Minkin, Cliff Josephy, Shannon Shorr, Frederik Jensen and Bary Lybaert.
To start off the show, Joe Stapleton joins the fun to talk about his role on the ESPN broadcast,
PokerGO is your home for the World Series of Poker Main Event and feature table coverage of Day 5 is currently streaming live. Kelly Minkin, who went deep in 2015, makes her first feature table appearance with Shannon Shorr, while WSOP Player of the Year contender Shaun Deeb headlines the
Daniel Negreanu’s $25,000 WSOP Fantasy league has been a staple in the high stakes community since 2011, combining poker with fantasy sports to create a fun and potentially rewarding sweat for all of those involved. Even those not involved, poker fans and players alike, love seeing who the top performers