World Series of Poker officials have finally posted the full schedule for the 2016 World Series of Poker, and it's a doozy.
There are plenty of bright young poker players on the international poker circuit these days, but few have started their careers off as impressively as Poland's Dzmitry Urbanovich.
The Global Poker League has the potential to be the “next big thing in poker” and we now know which franchises will be in the best position to pick the best players.
It's one of the most ambitious poker enterprises launched in the last decade and nobody is quite sure just how successful the Global Poker League might be.
Grinder Chris Leong beat out WSOP Main Event champ Joe McKeehen and former WPT champ Yevgeniy Timshenko to win the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open this weekend for $816K.
While neither is old enough for the Pro Poker Hall of Fame, Phil Galfond and Shaun Deeb have earned their place among the immortals of online poker.
Remember back in 2013 when, according to reports, Ray Bitar had only six months to live?
The American Poker Awards celebrate the best and brightest in the North American poker industry and on Wednesday the Global Poker Index released the 2015 nominees.
2015 WSOP Main Event Champion Joe McKeehen, who won $7.7m last November, got 2016 off to a similarly profitable start at the PCA in the Bahamas by winning over $1.2 million.
To quote Eric Bischoff's WWE theme music: