Earlier this year, Poker Central announced the first-ever player of the year program made exclusively for high rollers. The 2018 High Roller of the Year race concluded with Super High Roller Bowl V and Sam Soverel held off some of the world's best to secure the title.
Across a shortened inaugural
There’s not much to be said other than: Phil Galfond is on the podcast! Buckle in, because this is a great show in which we tough on Run it Once Poker, his training site, his own career, his thoughts on high stakes online poker and whether or not he can
Exactly 20 years ago, the legendary Stu Ungar was found on the floor of the Oasis Motel on the Las Vegas Strip. The greatest poker talent the game ever saw, the best gin rummy player who ever knocked and the three-time winner of the WSOP Main Event was dead.
For the first time in the World Series of Poker's 49-year history, bracelet events ran alongside the WSOP Main Event. Over a dozen bracelets were up for grabs and while big name players like Shaun Deeb and Joe Cada added to their trophy cases, they weren't the biggest names to
Free PokerGO previews have returned to Poker Central's YouTube channel and the first wave of Pokerography episodes features World Series of Poker legend Michael Mizrachi. "The Grinder" won his third Poker Players Championship this past summer and while this free Pokerography episode was released when Mizrachi was just a two-time PPC
Hand Histories closes out the run of great players telling their side of an epic spot in the game's lore. The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event was featured once before in the series when Joseph Cheong relayed his experience of a bad beat dealt to him with two tables remaining.
The World Series of Poker Main Event is a marathon. Luckily, no one has to run 26.2 miles to get caught up on the year's biggest event. Instead, sprint through the 2018 Main Event with PokerGO and Poker Central by your side.
Cynn's Championship Call
John Cynn and Tony Miles were locked
The stakes at the World Series of Poker are always sky high, but they don't get much bigger than the Big One for One Drop. Every decision is magnified, millions are on the line, and highlight reel hands seem to be the norm. Those highlight worthy hands got us thinking,
Joseph Cheong's career is best known for his third place result in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event. Cheong scored over $4 million for the result but a bit of salt remains inside of him eight years later. With two tables left, Cheong led the pack as a
PokerGO and ESPN are your home for the World Series of Poker Big One for One Drop and coverage of the final table is live. Six players remain and a champion will be crowned tonight, but not before the $1,000,000 buy-in event bursts the bubble. Only five players will cash, meaning