The World Series of Poker has just announced an online/live hybrid Main Event to be held at the end of 2020, which will allow domestic (US) and international players to compete in a $10,000 freezeout on WSOP.com and GGPoker, respectively. The live final tables will be held at King’s Casino, Czech Republic, and at the Rio in Las Vegas.
This topic, and much more on the latest episode of Poker Headlines, with Gillian Epp and Maureen Bloechlinger.
The poker world saw plenty of memorable moments in 2020. From the WSOP Online Summer Series temporarily replacing the in-person WSOP at the Rio in Las Vegas to grudge matches, big name returns and more, here’s a rundown of 6 of the most memorable things that happened in poker this year.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show interviews longtime veteran poker pro, 2020 WSOP Online Summer Series bracelet winner Pat “IchiiKawawa” Lyons.
Stoyan Madanzhiev just took down the richest ever prize in the history of online poker, with a win in the 2020 WSOP Online Summer Series Main Event.
In this interview, we get to know the Bulgarian poker champion a little bit better.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show interviews 2020 World Series of Poker Online Summer Series Bracelet Winner and World Poker Tour commentator, Tony Dunst, discussing his second bracelet win.
The 2020 WSOP Online Summer Series is unlike any previous World Series of Poker and while it has certainly had its challenges, there have been a lot of positives going for it, too.
In this op-ed, Calum Grant lists his top five reasons why the 2020 WSOP Online has been a success, including increased accessibility, Ryan Depaulo, and more.