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With 12 players left in the 2011 Main Event, Irish poker pro Eoghan O’Dea finds himself in a unique position. Twenty-eight years ago Eoghan’s father, Donnacha O’Dea, made the final table of the 1983 WSOP Main Event but eventually fell short of the title, busting in sixth place. Eoghan is the chip leader with 12 [...]
Blink and you risk the chance of missing the rest of Day 8 at the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event. After little over an hour of play on Day 8 of the Main Event they are officially down to two nine-player tables. Lars Bonding was the first player to bust today when he [...]
This week, PokerListings’ front page was filled with our Top Five Stories of 2010 and a few high stakes pros last ditch efforts to make the year an even more memorable one. That meant a few of poker’s smaller stories may have slipped through the cracks. Fortunately, we caught them and compiled them in our [...]
Swede Kent Lundmark won the PokerStars EPT Barcelona main event this weekend – the largest tournament ever held in Spain. 2010 EPT Barcelona champ Kent Lundmark. The 22-year-old from Stockholm, whose previous career highlights included a runner-up finish at Nordic Masters of Poker for $69,911 and a 29th-place finish in the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure [...]
Erik Seidel and Dan Harrington were the talk of the poker world during the second to last week of October. Howard Lederer The two players were officially chosen as this year’s Poker Hall of Fame inductees and with 10 WSOP bracelets and over $16 million in tournament winnings it was hard to argue with that [...]
Coming into the final as the short stack, Martin Kozlov came back to win the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour Melbourne main event this weekend. 2010 ANZPT Melbourne champ Martin Kozlov. In fact, Kozlov was the second shortest stack on the 37-player money bubble and cracked revered Aussie online pro James ‘Andy McLEOD’ Obst aces [...]
The first all women’s poker tour launched on the East Coast, is headed west.
EPT Deauville champ Jake Cody added the inaugural WPT London Poker Classic main event title to his growing resume this weekend.