$1 Million In Guarantees, Three Platinum Passes Highlight NJCOOP Schedule
PokerStars NJCOOP returns to New Jersey in September 2018 with 47 events, $1 million in guarantees and three Platinum Pass giveaways worth $30,000 each. Check out the full...
23-Year-Old Ali Imsirovic Wins Poker Masters Purple Jacket
The 2018 Poker Masters drew many of the world's best players, but it was newcomer Ali Imsirovic who scored the most points during the series to claim the...
Ike Haxton Claims First High Stakes Short Deck Title On U.S. Soil
The first major short deck tournament in the U.S. is in the books, and players are excited about more events to come in 2018.
Who And What To Watch At The 2018 Poker Masters
The Poker Masters returns to Las Vegas in September with seven high roller events on the schedule, including a new Short Deck tournament. Matt Clark looks at some...
Michael Copeland Wins WPT500 Los Angeles For $181,950
Michael Copeland took down the 2018 WPT500 Los Angeles for more than $181,000. Read the full World Poker Tour event recap here.
Two Years Later, Doug Polk Completes $100 To $10,000 Bankroll Challenge
After two years, Doug Polk finally completed his bankroll challenge this week. Matt Clark looks back at Polk's journey from start to finish.
Phil Ivey’s Edge Sorting Case Versus Borgata Takes Another Twist
Borgata in Atlantic City wants its money back from Phil Ivey and is now claiming that Ivey's return to the poker tables means he can start paying up.
Alex Foxen Goes Back-To-Back At Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Big 4
The 2018 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Big 4 produced some big names in the winner's circle, including Alex Foxen who won the $2,650 buy-in event for the...
Warren Sheaves Wins WSOP Global Casino Championship For $282,113
Warren Sheaves took down the 2018 WSOP Global Casino Championship at Cherokee Casino in North Carolina for $282,113. Sheaves is the final domestic bracelet winner of the year.
Brady Holiman Claims World Poker Tour Choctaw Title For $469,185
Brady Holiman bested a field of 755 entrants to claim the World Poker Tour Choctaw title and $469,185. Read here for the full final table recap.