LIVE EVENT UPDATES
|Event Title||Buy In||Status|
|Event 1 - $500 Casino Employee's Event||$500||2013-05-27|
|Event 2 - $25,000 Mixed Max||$25,000||2014-05-27|
|Event 3 - $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha||$1,000||2014-05-28|
|Event 4 - $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em||$1,000||2014-05-29|
|Event 5 - $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball||$10,000||2014-05-29|
|Event 6 - $1,500 Shootout||$1,500||2014-05-30|
|Event 7 - $1,500 Razz||$1,500||2014-05-30|
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2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific - LIVE WSOP APAC 2014 Coverage
The 2014 World Series of Poker arrives in May and as always will take over the poker world for a full seven weeks. PokerListings.com will be on scene shipping full WSOP 2014 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!
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Ryan Riess Beats Jay Farber, Wins 2013 WSOP Main Event11/05/2013 09:39:28 PM PST (5 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
In the end The Beast would not be denied. Despite Jay Farber’s impressive comeback, Ryan Riess finally found the hand to knockout the Vegas local. Although Farber won that massive pot with a flush, Riess battled back and eventually chipped Farber down to the 10-million mark. In the final hand of t ...
Farber Flushes Riess in Massive Hand11/05/2013 09:04:35 PM PST (5 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
Jay Farber just won a huge pot in a hand that maybe remembered as the turning point for this heads-up match. Farber opened for 2.5 million and Ryan Riess called. The flop came K♣ 3♠ 2♣ and Riess checked but Farber bet out 2 million. Riess called and the turn came 9♦. Once again Riess checked but F ...
Farber Scores Much Needed Double11/05/2013 08:28:19 PM PST (5 months ago)$10,000 Main Event - Day 9
Jay Farber has been bleeding chips for the last 30 minutes of play and finally got a much-needed double up. Ryan Riess bet 2 million and Farber called. The flop came K♣ Q♠ 5♥ and Farber checked but Riess threw 9 million into the pot. Farber only had about 12 million behind and decided to ship it al ...
The inaugural WSOP Asia Pacific has been in the history books for a couple weeks but just like a fish with pocket aces, we can't let it go.