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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP 2010 | WSOP Tournaments

PokerWorks Offers 2010 WSOP Coverage from Start to Finish

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There will be reporting of all types about the 2010 World Series of Poker. But for those looking for concise yet interesting coverage, with the important and pertinent information delivered on a daily basis, need look no further than PokerWorks.com.

Several members of the PokerWorks team will be on site at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for the entirety of the WSOP. Editor (and famed blogmother) Linda Geenen has trucked in from Pahrump, Billy Monroe recently moved to Las Vegas to be closer to the poker action, and Jennifer Newell set up shop in Sin City for the summer of tournaments. The trio and their respective laptops will be trekking down the Rio hallways each day and roaming the Convention Center ballrooms to bring the action to their readers.

Linda will provide color commentary in her unique voice throughout the Series, courtesy of her blog, Table Tango. Her many years of experience in the poker world as a dealer and now website editor extraordinaire gives her a long-term perspective on the WSOP as well as insight into players from both sides of the rail. She will be spending time at the Rio each day this summer with camera in hand, looking for pictures to post with articles and on her blog to give readers an idea of what goes on amidst all of the WSOP action, and said blog will be updated with her observations and views about it all.

Billy has been writing for PokerWorks for awhile and spent a few days at the WSOP in 2009. But the pull of the poker world has been strong for him, which prompted a recent move to Las Vegas with his wife. The poker and sports writer is excited to be present for the entirety of the 2010 WSOP and plans to offer readers a unique look at the action. His daily articles will bring readers into the Rio with him, giving them the stories of the day, whether they be the antics of a poker player or an emotional bracelet win. Wherever the excitement is amongst the tables at the Rio, Billy will be there to capture it in words.

Jennifer (yes, she’s writing about herself in third person here) will be handling the basics of the WSOP coverage. Each day, she will bring you a daily rundown of the events playing out at the Rio, and that particular recap will explain which events began, which plowed through Day 2 action, and even which took players into third and fourth days leading up to their final tables. She will also provide recaps of every final table, one for each of the 57 events that will contain key moves from players, each bustout hand, and some information about the winner.

Most of you don’t have time to follow along with the daily live updates about where Barry Greenstein is sitting and how many chips Phil Hellmuth has at the end of Level 3. So, for those of you looking for the highlights (and possible lowlights) of the daily WSOP news, bookmark PokerWorks and enjoy the ride along with us.

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