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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP 2011

The 42nd Annual World Series Of Poker will be packed full of action in 55 gold bracelet events that will be streamed live (on a five-minute delay) via the Internet! Look for the FREE First Annual Bad Beat Seminar Series; with 11 speakers donating their time and the Grudge Matches with a fan choice vote for one of the matches.

Pius Heinz WSOP Main EventPius Heinz Wins 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event

Tuesday night, November 8th, brought the remaining three contestants to the world's biggest poker stage to settle the challenge of who would reign as World Champion for a year. Those three were Pius Heinz, Ben Lamb, and Martin Staszko. The cards...

Pius Heinz, Ben Lamb, Martin StaszkoWSOP Main Event 2011 – From Nine to Three

The 2011 World Series of Poker main event started with 6,865 players back at the beginning of summer and reached three finalists after a four month break for the final Nine. Tuesday will crown the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion...

Meet the Millionaires: The WSOP November Nine

How long does it take to become a millionaire? For eight men who entered the 2011 WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas on July 7th, it was 13 days. If you want to know what it took to get to millionaire’s row; it took dozens of hours battling through a...

WSOP Main Event: Day 8; Playing Down to Nine

It started like any other high pressure, nerves on edge, the world-is-watching type of day. There were 22!  They were playing down to nine, not just nine, THE NINE! But these 22 players were a miniscule spark of the heat that started the whole thing...

WSOP Main Event: Day 7; Anton Makievskyi Over 21M

Day 7 of the WSOP main event started with 57 players that were hoping to have their name etched in November Nine history and bank a guaranteed $782,115 as they anticipated the bright lights of center stage. Five levels of play - two hours each...

WSOP Main Event: Day 6; Moutinho Last Woman Standing

Day 6 of the World Series of Poker main event ended with 57 players. The WSOP report 'Kings, Queens, and a Chip Castle ' has a complete list of players remaining by table/seat number and their chip stack in the section named 'MEET THE PLAYERS - ALL...

WSOP Main Event: Day 5; Bach Leads the Pack

When Day 5 began, there were 378 players with the dream to take down a spot at the final table in November. A journey of four days of surviving beats, exhaustion and controlling the emotional monster that lives in us all ended with only 142 players...

WSOP Main Event: Day 4 Finds 378 Bagging & Tagging

When Day 4 started there were 852 hopefuls looking to get through the money bubble, survive the rapid explosion of bustouts that immediately follow, and stay alive far past that to bag chips for the night. Reza Kashani was the bubble boy...

WSOP Main Event - Day 3; Poirier & Jace Lead

When it all started there were 1,864 players that took their seats in the Amazon or Pavilion Rooms. Another piece of poker history was unfolding.  Although history is never ending at the WSOP as a continual new line fills journal after journal, this...

WSOP Main Event: Day 2B Heading into Day 3

Day 2B of the 2011 WSOP Main Event is in the history books. The players who survived the battle will be taking their seats on Day 3, Thursday, due to players getting a much needed break on Wednesday, July 13th.  When the players reconvene, the...

WSOP Main Event - Day 2A

SURVIVAL! That's not a battle cry, it's a necessary move if one is to aim for a seat in November. Out of the 2,031 players that started day 2A, 822 players did just that - survived! Aleksander Mozhnyakov survived in style, bagging 478,600 as the...

The Record Breaking 2011 WSOP

With the Main Event well underway, the 42nd annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) can now officially be declared as the biggest tournament series of all-time with 75,672 entrants. Including the Main Event, the 58 events created a total record setting...

WSOP Main Event - Day 1s are a Wrap!

And what a wrap it is!  All four starting flights are over, with the final one ending late Sunday night.  It's official - the number of entrants for this year's Main Event Championship is 6,865 players making it the third largest live poker...

Hasan Alexander Anter Takes Down WSOP NLH $1,500

The World Series of Poker Event #56, No-Limit Hold'em, $1,500 buy-in brought in a massive 3,389 runners to create a prize pool of $4,575,150.  First place was locked in at $777,928 with 342 players scoring compensation for their four day work...

WSOP Main Event: Three Starting Days Down

Day 1C, the third of four starting days at the World Series of Poker's 2011 Main Event, brought 2,181 starters to the Rio. More than 1,000 players survived to go on to Day 2. Day 1C was the largest starting field by far: Day 1A - 897 players, Day 1B...

Nick Binger Rebounds to win $5,000 Omaha Hi/Lo

It's hard to find an end result on the effect of a spur of the moment decision - or even put it into the light of rational and logical reasoning as to “what if?” The Official Report of Event #57, WSOP Pot-Limit Omaha High-Low Split with a $5,000...

WSOP Main Event Championship: Day 1B is now History

History!  The World Series of Poker is history in the making! It's nonstop poker! It is six weeks of agony and ecstasy all rolled into the greatest melting pot in the world. The final ascent has begun and only one will make it to the top! That ONE...

The 2011 WSOP Main Event is in Full Swing

The final event of the 2011 WSOP kicked off on Thursday, July 7th, 2011 when the $10,000 buy-in World Series of Poker Main Event - #58 - began yesterday at 12 noon. Players from 100 countries around the world are expected to seek their own fortune...

Poker Players Championship - Brian Rast Reigns

With a seat in The Poker Players Championship carrying a $50,000 price tag and the magnitude of the event and skill required to play all of the games, it is the ultimate player test in the eyes of most poker playing pros. This year's event brought...

Marsha Wolak Wins 2011 Ladies NLH World Championship

The 53rd Event of the WSOP brought out the beauties - and a few beasts that couldn't accept the thinking or scope of a women's only tournament. The $1,000 buy-in created a $949,500 prize pool after 1,055 players ponied up; knowing that 117 would be...

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The IRS managed to snag 34.13 percent from the payouts of the 2015 November Nine, totaling $8,467,091.

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