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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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Women to Watch at the WSOP

This year, women have been taking the poker world by storm.  Annie Duke won the National Heads-Up Championship.  Vanessa Selbst won the NAPT at Mohegan Sun, and now Liv Boree...

23 April 2010

Softest WSOP Events

While it is true that "Anyone can win" at the WSOP, the reality is that there are events that are easier to take down than others.  If you want a...

20 April 2010
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Interpreting HUD Stats in Poker Tracker

When you use the Poker Tracker HUD (Heads Up Display) to overlay stats on the poker table for the first time, what you see will probably look pretty meaningless, which is no surprise considering the abbreviations. Once you know how to interpret and customize it on the other hand, you'll have a really powerful tool in the HUD - especially for multi-tabling. You basically get a read on your opponents even when you're not watching the game.

15 April 2010

Satelliting Your Way into the WSOP

One way that you can offset some of this investment is via satellites.  Satellites offer players the ability to win their way into an event for a minimum of investment. ...

14 April 2010

WSOP Tips for Newbies by Compncards

If you are going out to the WSOP for the first time, there are a few things you need to know.  Having been to the WSOP every year since 2006,...

9 April 2010
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Poker Tracker 3 Review

The latest version of Poker Tracker 3 offers lots of new features over its predecessor and is a must-have in any serious poker player's arsenal.

6 April 2010
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2010 WSOP Main Event Goes to Quincy, Illinois

Can you predict the next World Champion of poker? Sure, anybody can. But statistics like tournament results, over-all poker skills and number of cashes aren't the key - it's Geography.

23 March 2010
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