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2015 World Series of Poker - LIVE and In-Depth WSOP 2015 Coverage
The 2015 World Series of Poker returns for its 46th edition in May and as always will take over the poker world for a full seven weeks with a $10m guarantee for the Main Event winner and the new $5m WSOP Colossus among the highlights. PokerListings.com will be on scene shipping full WSOP 2015 coverage with WSOP News, our WSOP Blog, WSOP Main Event videos and feature live updates from selected WSOP bracelet events. Get ready for the poker festival of the year from the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas!
Poker players can start prepping their calendars for next summer as the World Series of Poker released some highlights of its 2015 schedule this morning.
- 0 Hand of the Week: van Hoof Musters Courage, Seizes Moment
- 0 Hand of the Week: Final Twist Gives Newhouse 9th-Place Nightmare
- 0 World Series of Poker Europe Moves to Berlin for 2015
- 0 Sweden's Martin Jacobson Crowned Newest World Champion of Poker
- 0 Martin Jacobson Wins the 2014 WSOP Main Event and $10m!
- 0 Europe Rules: Van Hoof, Stephensen, Jacobson Final 3 in Main Event
- 0 Newhouse Out in 9th (Again), van Hoof Dominant w/ 5 Left in Main Event
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- 0 Toronto Maple Leaf Phil Kessel Sweats Daniel Negreanu Instead of Free Agency
- 0 Full Player List and Bios for 2014 $1m WSOP Big One for One Drop
- 0 Game of Thrones vs. World Cup at the World Series of Poker
- 0 A Crash Course for World Series of Poker Rookies
- 0 What It Means to Be a Poker Fan at the World Series of Poker
- 0 The Secret Numerology of the 2014 World Series of Poker
- 0 4 Must-Read Tips for Surviving Low-Buy-In WSOP Donkaments
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Martin Jacobson Wins the 2014 WSOP Main Event11/12/2014 03:14:58 AM EST (3 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
When play got heads-up, Martin Jacobson had a commanding lead with 142,000,000 to Felix Stephensen's 58,500,000. Jacobson continued to hammer away at Stephensen, moving all-in on him on several occasions. Stephensen then started moving all-in himself but Jacobson folded every time. Then, in the fina ...
Jorryt van Hoof Eliminated in 3rd Place ($3,807,753)11/12/2014 02:16:40 AM EST (3 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
“I prefer to be the chip leader,” Jorryt van Hoof said during his post-bustout interview. Van Hoof didn’t last long after he became the tournament short stack. Shortly after coming back from break, van Hoof raised to 3.6 million from the button and Martin Jacobson three-bet to 9.2 million from ...
Van Hoof Drops at Break11/12/2014 01:06:07 AM EST (3 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
Jorryt van Hoof’s momentum has been halted and the Dutch player who held the lead for most of the final table is now the short stack. The first big hit of the day for van Hoof’s stack came from Felix Stephensen. Stephensen --who lost more than half his stack to Jacobson after he ran a turned pai ...