Category Archives: WSOP
Annette “annette_15″ Obrestad has hounded the online MTT world for the last year or so, quickly becoming one of the dominant players at big tourneys and small alike. At the tender age of eighteen, she’s become the latest woman to … Continue reading
I just had a new article go up on the top women tournament players since WSOP 2006 (including that World Series). I started looking at it when I realized that one of the best women in poker, Jennifer Harman, wasn’t … Continue reading
Forty-nine days. Seven weeks. Incredibly, I was back in my own bed with Sweetie last night.
I’ll fire up a post an hour until this thing is done. T-minus twenty minutes until kickoff.
Today is the off day at the World Series of Poker, the week before the Super Bowl. I fell asleep on the sofa of our house at 5:30 this morning after we left around 4:30 from the Rio.
We’ve lost eight players in the first level and another shortly into the second level, so three tables have been redrawn.
I’ll have an article up on John Armbrust in the morning, but I wanted to dump a few things here in the interim.
“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” is the tagline for the very successful advertising campaign for Las Vegas. It should when it comes to play at the WSOP Main Event.
Fifteen hands over seventy-five minutes, we’re in the money at the WSOP Main Event.
Gus Hansen has the chip lead heading into Day 3, and what a table he’s now at.