2013 November Nine Chip Leader JC Tran

The November Nine is set as play has come to a halt at the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. The chip leader is none other than 2-time bracelet winner JC Tran. There’s another bracelet winner at his table, which is packed with poker playing professionals, and a former World Champion was knocked out on the final table bubble. It’s anyone’s championship as we enter a 4-month hiatus until November 4th. Read on for details.

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The poker media

The sight of reporters covering poker’s biggest events has become completely normal and expected these days and the sheer amount of content produced by these poker reporters is astounding. Perhaps that’s why poker fans and players have come to take for granted the hard work that the poker media members put into their jobs. No more. It’s time to say thank you.

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Cold poker

With legions of poker players complaining about how cold it is at this year’s World Series of Poker, we at Cardplayer Lifestyle decided that it was time to investigate. We found that, indeed, this year’s installment of the WSOP is the coldest poker tournament on record! Our investigative reporting managed to get to the root of the problem as we found the official WSOP air conditioning technician. Read on to see our exclusive video interview with him and his recommended solution to fix the problem.

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anonymous poker player

Just when you thought recreational poker players had no hope against the pros, who seem to be final tabling and winning every World Series of Poker event there is, Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you some great advice for what to do when faced with a name poker player across the table. Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to have an excellent defense against the arsenal that experienced pros bring with them to the felt.

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Tom Schneider

Exceptionally rare is the poker player who can say that he’s won multiple WSOP bracelets in the same calendar year. Rarer still is the poker player who can say he’s done so twice. Tom Schneider has just admitted himself to that exclusive club, winning 2 WSOP bracelets just a week apart, after having accomplished the same feat back in 2007. Read more about Schneider’s historic victory.

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