Recapping the first ever bracelet victory for accomplished pro poker player Pat Lyons, who took down a $777 No-limit Texas Hold ‘Em event online to win $173,551 at the 2020 World Series of Poker Online.
On this episode of the Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, who discusses his StarCraft career, years in poker, being an ambassador for GG Poker, recently testing positive for COVID-19, and how people have been handling it in Prague, Czech Republic, where he lives.
In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show, Bernard interviews Poker Hall of Famer and six-time WSOP bracelet winner, Daniel Negreanu. Daniel discusses what he has been doing during the COVID-19 lockdown, shares his thoughts about the postponement of the 2020 WSOP, and talks about his new role as GG Poker Ambassador.
Bernard also speaks with James “SplitSuit” Sweeney, co-founder of Red Chip Poker, about the launch of CORE 2.0.
The absence of the World Series of Poker this summer means a drastic change for the lives of not only players, but also members of the poker media.
In this op-ed, live reporter Christian Zetzsche reflects on how things will be different this summer, and what he’ll miss most about his annual work at the WSOP.
With the fate of the 2020 World Series of Poker not yet certain due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns, we take a moment to reflect back on five of the greatest moments in WSOP history. Join us as we take a short trip down memory lane, reliving some of the game’s most memorable showdowns at the felt.
Look up at the World Series of Poker and you’ll see banners hanging of great players like Jeff Madsen, Daniel Negreanu, and Frank Kassella, among others. They’ve all distinguished themselves as past WSOP Players of the Year.
That begs the question of whose POY performance was the absolute greatest of them all. In this article we rank the top five. See if you agree with our list.