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.
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.
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.
Brit Matt Perrins was the star of Day 7 at the 2011 WSOP, beating one of the toughest final tables so far this summer to win the 2-7 Lowball event and $105k.
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.
Unlike the first three days of the 2011 WSOP, Day 4 didn't have much controversy. It did, however, have a lot of poker.
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.
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.
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.
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.