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Alan Goehring Finally Wins WSOP Bracelet

Matthew Pitt | July 10, 2020

Alan "GladiusIII" Goehring finally got his hands on a World Series of Poker bracelet this week. The man from Henderson, Nevada took down the $800 No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout online at WSOP.com. Goehring has tournament cashes dating back to 1997. It’s fair to say he’s a veteran of this crazy game....

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Recognizing and Preventing Going On Tilt

Matthew Pitt | July 9, 2020

Going on tilt has decimated the bankroll of many poker players over the years. Some have even lost entire bankrolls due to the dreaded tilt monster rearing its ugly, little head. I guarantee you have tilted at some point in your poker career. You’ve probably tilted this week! But what...

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Nathan Gamble and Joon Kim Win WSOP Bracelets

Matthew Pitt | July 8, 2020

Army veteran Nathan Gamble won the first non-Hold’em bracelet of the 2020 WSOP, adding to the bracelet he won three years ago. Gamble triumphed in the $600 PLO8 6-handed event, adding to the bracelet he won in PLO8 in 2017. Gamble was in active service with the U.S. Army from...

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5 Brazilian Players With Over $2 Million In Live Winnings

Matthew Pitt | July 7, 2020

What pops up in your mind’s eye when someone asks you think about Brazil? It’s amazing national soccer team? The Rio Carnival? What about Brazilian poker players? It’s staggering to see the lack of coverage Brazilian poker players receive outside of South America. The country famous for its Samba beat...

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Acnyc718 Banks Biggest of 2020 WSOP Online

Matthew Pitt | July 6, 2020

Two more poker players became World Series of Poker (WSOP) champions this weekend, including Allen “Acnyc718” Chang. Chang won the largest prize of the series so far, one weighing in at $161,286. Field sizes continue to impress, especially when you consider only people in Nevada and New Jersey can play....

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Robert Kuhn Captures WSOP.com Online Bracelet

Matthew Pitt | July 4, 2020

Persistence finally paid off for Robert Kuhn as he locked up his first World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. He has cashed in WSOP events dating back to 2012 but the coveted bracelet remained elusive. That was until June 3, 2020 when he took down the $400 No-Limit Hold’em event...

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How To Win Freeroll Tournaments

Matthew Pitt | July 3, 2020

Freeroll tournaments can be a great way to build a bankroll. The majority of online poker sites offer freeroll tournaments, some of those events even have large prize pools. Freerolls are also good for practising your tournament skills without risking any capital. Profiting from freeroll tournaments can be difficult for...

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Jonathan Dokler Wins First Bracelet of the 2020 WSOP

Matthew Pitt | July 2, 2020

Jonathan “Art.Vandelay” Dokler won the first bracelet of the 2020 WSOP and did so in style. Dokler collected $130,425 for his victory, which is the largest cash of his live and online poker career. Word on the streets was the attendances for this series would be down on 2019 due...

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The Five Most Profitable WSOP Players

Matthew Pitt | July 1, 2020

The 2020 WSOP Online starts today, July 1, so what better way to kick it off by looking at its most profitable players? WSOP keeps records of every single tournament it has ever run, making articles like this possible. There are three different tables showing the most profitable players in...

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Eelis Parssinen Wins PLO Poker Masters Purple Jacket

Matthew Pitt | June 29, 2020

Finland’s Eelis Parssinen won the Poker Masters Online PLO Series purple jacket after topping a star-studded leaderboard. Parssinen cashed six times in 14 events and won a cool $735,359 on his way to securing the title. The Poker Masters Online PLO series started on June 21 at partypoker. Fourteen events...

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