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  • Win One of Two $12,000 WSOP Packages for Free

    2010/05/10
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    Win One of Two $12,000 WSOP Packages for Free OnlinePoker10 gives you another great opportunity to win a seat at the 2010 WSOP Main Event. Two WSOP packages will be given away at the Full Tilt Poker room on June 5 and June 6. To get yourself into one of these WSOP freerolls you only need to register a new Full Tilt via OnlinePoker10 account and make a minimum deposit.
  • Get a Free $16,000 WSOP Package at OnlinePoker10

    2010/05/01
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    Get a Free $16,000 WSOP Package at OnlinePoker10

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  • Best Ways to Get Into 2010 WSOP Online

    2010/04/22
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    Best Ways to Get Into 2010 WSOP Online The World Series of Poker is the major live poker event of the year and thousands of players from all over the world come to Vegas every year in hopes of winning the main event title or at least one of the bracelets. However, not all poker fans can afford to buy-in themselves, or simply don't want to make their wallets lighter. And that's when online poker steps in.
  • Get a Seat at 2010 WSOP with 888 Poker

    2010/04/12
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    Get a Seat at 2010 WSOP with 888 Poker

    Win yourself a seat at the biggest poker event of the year – World Series of Poker! OnlinePoker10 and 888 Poker give you the chance to take a visit to Vegas this summer and play high-class poker with the pros. To be in the running you need to join 888 Poker through OnlinePoker10 until May 16, make a minimum deposit and collect the required amount of points. All those who will meet the requirements will be eligible to play in one of 4 different freerolls:

  • Joe Cada Wins 2009 WSOP Main Event

    2009/11/10
    Jennifer Newell WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[3] Comments[0]

    Joe Cada Wins 2009 WSOP Main Event The 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event started with 6,494 players in July and ended on July 15 with nine players remaining. That led to nearly four months of ESPN broadcasts that led to the November Nine returning to Las Vegas - specifically the Rio’s Penn & Teller Theater - on November 7 to play down to the final two. Heads-up action was then scheduled to begin late in the evening of November 9 to air on ESPN the following evening.
  • From Short Stack to Winner for Erik Cajelais in WSOPE Event 2

    2009/09/30
    Jennifer Newell WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[0] Comments[0]

    From Short Stack to Winner for Erik Cajelais in WSOPE Event 2 The second event of the 2009 World Series of Poker Europe brought a mix of pot-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha for a buy-in of £2,500. The plan was to play the entire tournament in two days, though it ended up being drawn out to three because of the late hour of final table play on Day 2.
  • Main Event, Day 8: November Nine Set, Ivey Makes Final Table

    2009/08/31
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 8: November Nine Set, Ivey Makes Final Table It was expected to be a long, grueling day of poker for Day 8 of the Main Event of the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada, as the final 27 players returned and would be playing down to the final nine. The action was fast and furious, however, and play ended before 11 p.m. local time, well before the projected 3-4 a.m. times that were being projected. Leo Margets, the last woman in the field, was the first elimination of the day, and Antonio Esfandiari was right behind her in 24th place.
  • Main Event, Day 7: Darvin Moon Still In Front After 7

    2009/08/31
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[0] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 7: Darvin Moon Still In Front After 7 64 players started Day 7 of the Main Event of the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada, just 55 players short of making the prestigious November Nine. By the end of the day, 27 players would be remaining. Prahlad Friedman was the 1st to go when he busted on the first hand of the day and Joe Sebok, Tom Schneider, Fabrice Soulier, Dennis Phillips, and Blair Rodman all joined him on the rail by the end of the day.
  • Main Event, Day 6: Darvin Moon Leads After Six

    2009/08/31
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[0] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 6: Darvin Moon Leads After Six It's getting close to the end. 185 players had this on their mind as they came to the Rio for Day 6 of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event. By the end of the day that number would be 64 with players like Jordan Morgan, Theo Tran, Blair Hinkle, Bertrand Grospellier, J.C. Tran, and Joe Hachem hitting the rail before the day ended.
  • Main Event, Day 5: Zackey Chip Leader After Five

    2009/07/16
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 5: Zackey Chip Leader After Five 407 Players started Day 5 of the Main Event of the World Series of Poker with dreams of making the November Nine and attaining poker glory. It was another shortened day with only three levels being played but only 185 would still be alive. Among the players who exited on Day 5 were Sorel Mizzi, Kevin Saul, Bobby Baldwin, Nick Binger, Andy Black, Kara Scott, Vitaly Lunkin, Nick Schulman, and Lou Diamond Phillips.
  • Main Event, Day 4: Matt Affleck Leads Big Name Field After Four Days

    2009/07/14
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 4: Matt Affleck Leads Big Name Field After Four Days 789 players returned for Day 4 of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, only 141 players away from making the money. It would take the better part of four hours before the roar of whoops and hell yeas would make itself through the Amazon Room when the bubble burst. By the end of the day there would only be 407 players remaining, despite only playing three full levels.
  • Main Event, Day 3: Elky Leads The Way After Three Days

    2009/07/14
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 3: Elky Leads The Way After Three Days With 1,436 players returning for Day 3 of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, and 648 players making the money, the potential of a big cash was right around the corner. By the end of the day, 789 players were left and the dreams of many were crushed including Erik Seidel, Jennifer Harman, Jeffrey Lisandro (who was declared the official Player of the Year when Ville Wahlbeck was eliminated), Greg Raymer, Carlos Mortensen, and John Juanda.
  • Main Event, Day 2B: Amir Lehavot Leads Going Into Day 3

    2009/07/14
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 2B: Amir Lehavot Leads Going Into Day 3 A record breaking 2,924 players resumed play at the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event on Wednesday and by the end of four levels less than half of those players remained as 1,436 survived the day. Among those who would fall by the wayside were Erick Lindgren, Scotty Nguyen, Tom Dwan, and Marlon Wayans.
  • Main Event, Day 2A: Andrew Gaw Surges To Front

    2009/07/14
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 2A: Andrew Gaw Surges To Front 1,476 players returned to action on Day 2A of the Main Event of the 2009 World Series of Poker and by the time they bagged up chips at a little past 1 a.m. local time there were only 648 players remaining. Among those who started the day but did not survive were Gus Hansen, Johnny Chan, Phil Laak, Tony G., Mike Matusow, and Eli Elezra.
  • Main Event, Day 1D: Troy Weber Runaway Chip Leader

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 1D: Troy Weber Runaway Chip Leader Not only was it the largest day of the 2009 Main Event at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada, it was the largest day in the history of the WSOP Main Event as an amazing 2,809 players took part in the day's action. The story of the day was the hundreds of players who had $10,000 to play but were shut out of the action as the event was sold out due to the Rio not being able to accommodate additional players.
  • Main Event, Day 1C: Joe Cada Leads After Day 1C

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 1C: Joe Cada Leads After Day 1C It was the largest day of the Main Event thus far at the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada with just under 1,700 players coming into the Rio to play. Because of the size of the field for day 1C and day 1D a decision was made to play five levels instead of the four that 1A and 1B had played with day 2A playing five and day 2B playing four. Among the 1,700 that did not finish the day were Evelyn Ng, Chino Rheem, Jamie Gold, Annie Duke, Antonio Tarver, Brandon Cantu, and Daniel Negreanu.
  • Main Event, Day 1B: Brandon Demes Best In Small Turnout

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Main Event, Day 1B: Brandon Demes Best In Small Turnout A record low 873 players took part in the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event Day 1B in Las Vegas, Nevada today. This number was the smallest number of participants for an opening day of the WSOP since the event moved to the Rio. Just under 2,000 players have played thus far and we will need a great turnout in the next two days to top 6,000 players.
  • Event 56, 5K 6 Handed NLHE: Hawrilenko Wins a Million Dollars and 1st WSOP Bracelet

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Event 56, 5K 6 Handed NLHE: Hawrilenko Wins a Million Dollars and 1st WSOP Bracelet An amazing 928 players entered the $5,000 Six Handed No Limit Hold Em event at the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada. With it being the last event before the Main Event, the big names were out in force and with a prize pool of over four million dollars there was plenty of action to be had. Matt Graham, Vanessa Rousso, Scotty Nguyen, and Jamie Gold all started but were unable to survive Day 1.
  • Event 55, 2.5K 2 To 7 Triple Draw: Mosseri Wins 1st Bracelet

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Event 55, 2.5K 2 To 7 Triple Draw: Mosseri Wins 1st Bracelet 257 players doled out $2,500 of their hard earned (or borrowed, stolen, or inherited) dollars to play in the next to last event before the Main Event, the $2,500 Deuce To Seven Triple Draw event at the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada. The small field and unique game was able to draw players like Greg Raymer, Erick Lindgren, and Todd Brunson that were unable to survive the first day.
  • Event 54, 1.5K NLHE: Veckey Outlasts Massive Field To Win 1st Bracelet

    2009/07/09
    Aaron Hendrix WSOP (World Series of Poker) Rating[1] Comments[0]

    Event 54, 1.5K NLHE: Veckey Outlasts Massive Field To Win 1st Bracelet With the Main Event looming on the horizon, the last $1,500 No Limit Hold Em event at the 2009 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Nevada drew an impressive 2,818 entrants creating a prize pool of nearly four million dollars. Shaun Deeb, Phil Hellmuth, and Isaac Haxton were mixed in among the masses giving it their best shot at winning a WSOP bracelet. Those players would not survive into the money but notables like Theo Tran, Hevad Khan, Raymond Rahme, Craig Gray, and Vivek Rajkumar would all cash.
 
 
 
 
 

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