Phil Ivey has once again proven (as if he needs to?) that he’s the top poker player in the world. He just notched his 9th bracelet win in Event #3 at the WSOP Asia Pacific, the $2,200 buy-in 8-Game Mix. He becomes the first player ever to win bracelets on both U.S. and Australian soil. Read more about the thrilling details of his impressive victory.
If you’re a poker fan, chances are that at some point you tried to picture the ultimate heads-up match for a World Series of Poker bracelet. One of those two players you pictured at the felt was probably either Daniel Negreanu or Phil Ivey. Incredibly, dreams like those could become a reality, as with 6 players left in the $2,200 8-game mix event at the WSOP APAC, both poker icons have a shot at winning more championship hardware and poker glory.
Even in this modern day and age of poker, no matter how wealthy or well known the game’s professional players are, a World Series…
The 2013 Aussie Millions Poker Championships have just concluded. Here’s Cardplayer Lifestyle’s recap of the biggest winners over the prestigious 26-event poker tournament series.
3-time WSOP bracelet winner Mike “The Mouth” Matusow has added another accolade to his impressive list of poker achievements: winner of the NBC Heads-Up Championship. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you all the details of his incredible run though the field, and his final heads-up match-up with none other than longtime friend and nemesis Phil Hellmuth.
The first major tournament event series of the poker calendar year began today with the kickoff of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. This is the 10th time the event is being held and poker’s biggest names are in attendance to try and score big to start off 2013. Read more to find out all the details of this year’s PCA.