Amir Lehavot, of the 2013 November Nine, sat down with Cardplayer Lifestyle for an exclusive interview. The 38-year-old 2011 WSOP bracelet winner shares the story of his start in poker, talks about his connection to Israel, his feelings about Carlos Mortenson bubbling the Main Event final table, and much more.
This year’s World Series of Poker Main Event final table will not be taking place in November. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you all the details of the changes made to the 2012 WSOP schedule.
Out of a field of over 6,500, only 3 poker players now remain. Ben Lamb, Martin Staszko, and Pius Heinz will battle it out tomorrow to crown a World Series of Poker Main Event Champion.
The 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event is scheduled to resume today after a 4 month hiatus. The November Nine will reconvene at the Rio to crown a champion. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you a brief preview.
With apologies to Phil Hellmuth, this year may not be the year of the “brat” after all, but rather the year of the “lamb”, Ben Lamb. Already having won a WSOP bracelet this year in the $10,000 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Championship, and with an additional 2nd place finish and 2 other big cashes to his credit, Ben Lamb has literally has his way at the 2011 World Series of Poker. This poker blog has given plenty of space to the accomplishments of Hellmuth, the all-time leader in WSOP bracelets won with 11, but Lamb has in fact done him one better and is the current leader in the WSOP Player of the Year race.
Just to bring closure to yesterday’s poker blog entry, I’m sure you’re all wondering who won when the 2010 November Nine reconvened to play in the $15,000 freeroll at Foxwoods. Well, before I reveal the winner and spoil the fun, let me share what other fun facts I learned about the event since yesterday.