GOING FOR THE TREBLE
“This could be my third WPT title.” Says Eric Afriat on the cusp of World Poker Tour greatness. For the ebullient poker player and WPT regular, he’ll go into the final table of the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown in good spirits and with high hopes.
If there’s a wild card of the final six players at next month’s WPT Seminole Final Table at HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas, it might well be Ami Alibay. The long-time friend of the late René Angélil and One Drop charity pioneer Guy Laliberté, the Montreal-based DJ, nightclub owner,
The World Poker Tour brought another great final table to PokerGO in the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. The six finalists were the last remnants of a field of 1,309 with the large part of a prize pool of over $4.1 million to be fought over.
Scott Margereson emerged as
The World Poker Tour is back on PokerGO and a stacked WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown final table awaits.
Before we look forward though, to the PokerGO live stream, we have to look back on a record-breaking WPT event. Over 1,300 players converged on Hollywood, Florida to build up the
A record-setting World Poker Tour field was trimmed from 81 players to 14 during Monday's WPT Seminole Hard Rock Showdown Day 3 session. When the dust settled, chip leader Joseph Cheong was still in contention, although a little lower on the leaderboard, along with former WPT Player of the Year
Over the last few years, Seminole Hard Rock has hosted some of the World Poker Tour's biggest events. That trend continued this weekend, as 1,309 players came together to form the fifth-largest field in WPT history at the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. That field built up an over