World Series of Poker
The opening event of the World Series of Poker has set a new record for a live buy-in tournament.
A 24-year-old Maryland poker professional has won the World Series of Poker main event, lasting roughly 12 hours in a marathon card session to push past his last opponents for the $8.53 million title.
Two poker professionals and a college student have topped nearly 6,600 competitors at the World Series of Poker and are one card session away from poker’s richest prize — an $8.53 million crown.
It’s now down to 27 contestants at the World Series of Poker.
Larry Lomax is the Clark County Registrar of Voters and talks about the idea of people showing a form of ID when you go to vote. Callers tell us if they support showing an ID to vote.
The legends of Amarillo Slim, Benny Binion and Gentleman Jack Keller will be in the air, and several recent champions will be in the seats when play begins in the marquee Main Event of the 2012 World Series of Poker.
Competition continues for the richest payout in poker history. A total of 48 players each paid one-million dollars for the “Big One For One Drop” tournament.
Michael Mizrachi is the first two-time winner of the $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
The largest-ever buy-in poker tournament kicks off this weekend in Las Vegas. The “Big One for One Drop” is taking place during the annual World Series of Poker event.
A California blackjack dealer has won the first bracelet in the World Series of Poker tournament.