WSOP 2012

Dropout from Maryland College Makes the Finals of WSOP

Among the nine players contesting for the grand prize of a staggering $8.5 million is a dropout from the Maryland University, Laurel. Greg Merson qualified for the finals of the … more

Final Table Set, Greg Merson to Receive 100 WSOP Player of the Year Points

From October 28-30, nine players will play it out to win a WSOP bracelet and the title of World Champion of Poker. Although the final table has been set, it … more

Last Brit Standing, Sam Holden – Recap of Day 5 2012 WSOP Main Event

The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event was packed with action and Day 5 was no exception. It was an eventful day as the number of players decreased to … more

The Controversial Poker Hands at 2012 WSOP Main Event

The World Series of Poker Main Event has always been an exciting affair. Although the main event in WSOP 2012 has come to an end and the final table decided, … more

Jesse Sylvia Leads in Final 2012 WSOP Event

In the World Series of Poker 2012, the highest scoring players for the final table have been set. On October 28, the event will recommence with nine male players who … more

Recap of Day Seven at the WSOP Main Event

The final table for the main event at the WSOP (World Series of Poker) is set. One Hungarian and eight Americans will pit their wits against each other in a … more

First Player to Hit the 1 Million Mark in WSOP-12 Main Event: Ben Alcober

Things were expected to be red hot right from the word go at the World Series of Poker 2012 main event, but that was not to be. Players were expected … more

WSOP Main Event Day 3: Level 11, 12 and 13 – How they Fared

When Day 3 of the Main Event started, the field was strong at 1,738; however, by the end of the day, it was brought down by over 200.

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Michael Hack Comes Out on Top of Day-2B

Day 2B of the WSOP 2012 Main Event turned out to be more interesting than expected, with a lot of highs and lows. There were a total of 911 survivors … more

Ryan Eriquezzo Wins Bracelet in National Championship at WSOP

Ryan Eriquezzo landed his first bracelet at the 2012 WSOP and bagged $416,051 in the National Championship which had a $10,000 buy-in requirement. This was an unexpected win, as the … more

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