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Polk vs. Dwan for $5 Million, Fedor Joins partypoker

Polk vs. Dwan for $5 Million, Fedor Joins partypoker

Hellmuth Wins $200,000 King of the Hill, Joins WPT Team

Hellmuth Wins $200,000 King of the Hill, Joins WPT Team

New Jersey's Scott Blumstein Wins 2017 WSOP Main Event for $8.15m

New Jersey's Scott Blumstein Wins 2017 WSOP Main Event for $8.15m

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Klein's Epic Comeback Thwarts Blumenthal

An epic comeback by Geffrey Klein highlighted Day 9 at the 2011 WSOP, thwarting Eddie Blumenthal's massive chip lead and ending Jeffrey Papola's run at an incredible six-max back-to-back.

9 June 2011

Online Poker Rakeback 101

Rakeback might be a newer phenomenon in the world of online poker, but it can have a huge impact on how much money you make from poker each and every month.

8 June 2011
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Papola Stakes Claim to Best Six-Max Player

Day 8 at the 2011 WSOP saw just the second woman make a WSOP final table this year and Jeffrey Papola stake his claim as one of the greatest six-handed players in poker.

8 June 2011
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Amazing Race, But Bari Takes Ho Down

Three bracelets were awarded on Day 6 of the 2011 WSOP, but unfortunately for former Amazing Racer Maria Ho one wasn't in the cards for her.

6 June 2011
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Gus Moves On, Master Angle Shoots?

Day 3 at the 2011 WSOP saw the first bracelet awarded, Gus Hansen and Eric Froehlich close in on the heads-up bracelet and a questionable cheating accusation from Men "the Master" Nguyen.

3 June 2011
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Hansen Hits Elite 8, Ivey Saga Grows

Day 2 of the 2011 World Series of Poker saw the Phil Ivey vs. Full Tilt saga grow while Gus Hansen continued his march for his second bracelet.

2 June 2011
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2011 WSOP Day 1 Recap: Juanda Advances

After months of anticipation, the 2011 World Series of Poker got underway with no shortage of controversy including a Phil Ivey "boycott" and a physical confrontation between James Bord and John Juanda.

1 June 2011
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Ivey Suing Tiltware, Not Playing WSOP

Phil Ivey has dropped the biggest bombshell on the poker world since Black Friday, revealing that he is boycotting the 2011 WSOP and filing a lawsuit against Tiltware in an effort to get player funds returned.

1 June 2011
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