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Poker Hand of the Week: McKeehen & Kenney in 'Totally Polarized'

The 2016 PCA didn’t just feature a lot of exciting tournaments. It also showcased a world champion in top form. With two runner-up finishes and $1.28m in earnings 2015 WSOP Main Event champ Joe McKeehen…

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Poker Hand of the Week: Stewart Doesn't Blink Deep in WSOP

If you go deep in the WSOP Main Event, the pay jumps become so big that one wrong decision can cost you six-figures. On Day 7 of the 2017 WSOP Main Event, Scott Stewart found himself…

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Sickest Runout in Poker History? | Must-Watch Poker Videos

Bluffs gone horribly wrong, different winners on every street, an online bankroll challenge eventually going the right way … We’ve got stories from Barcelona, Monaco, Montreal and Doug Polk’s place this time around. It’s PokerListings’…

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Poker Hand of the Week: Why Phil Hellmuth is the Greatest

Nobody can match the 14 bracelets of Phil Hellmuth, the most successful player in WSOP history by a mile. Because of his personality, however – and his controversial playing style – he’s not popular with…

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Poker Hand of the Week: Most Expensive Mistake of the Year?

The poker community is thrilled about the revival of Poker After Dark – and rightly so. The first couple of episodes featured Tom Dwan, Andrew Robl, Antonio Esfandiari and Daniel Negreanu, among others, and had…

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Hand of the Week: Hellmuth Trickery Baffles Jungleman

Poker Night in America has become a popular poker show over the past couple of years with a lot of interesting line-ups. In its new King of the Hill Challenge Doug Polk, Dan Cates, Frank Kassela…

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Hand of the Week: Dwan Unmatched, Robl Unbeatable

The comeback of iconic poker TV show Poker after Dark last week was highly appreciated by poker fans the world over. Especially because it also brought about the spectacular return of Tom “durrrr” Dwan. Dwan…

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Hand of the Week: Selbst’s Inescapable Main Event Fate

Poker can be magic to watch – especially when you can almost feel the friction between two players. On Day 1 of the 2017 WSOP Main Event Vanessa Selbst and Gaëlle Baumann clashed in a dramatic…

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Hand of the Week: Christoph Vogelsang & the $6 Million Call

Christoph Vogelsang won the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl this year in convincing fashion. In a nail-biting heads-up he overcame another outstanding player known for his high-stakes prowess – Jake Schindler. In the end…

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Hand of the Week: John Hesp’s Mysterious Main Event Check

If there was a People’s Choice Award at the World Series of Poker, John Hesp would have been the overwhelming champion. The 64-year-old Brit with the psychedelic blazers gained an increasing number of fans all…

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