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Rast overcomes massive deficit to defeat Hellmuth, win WSOP $50kRast overcomes massive deficit to defeat Hellmuth, win WSOP $50k
For most of Wednesday (and early Thursday morning), Phil Hellmuth looked to be firmly in control of his quest to win the World Series of Poker's $50,000 Poker Player’s Championship. But in an incredible 30-minute span, Hellmuth missed on three flush draws to lose both his chip advantage and the tournament to Brian Rast.  read more
Hellmuth a class act in defeatHellmuth a class act in defeat
Antonio Esfandiari was expecting a world-class blowup when Phil Hellmuth finished second in the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship at the World Series of Poker, so Hellmuth's humble, quiet exit wasn't what he -- or nearly anyone else in the room -- was expecting. Hellmuth was a class act throughout the tournament (well, he did have a few classic moments ... he is Phil Hellmuth after all), and he seemed to be having a great time with the other players at his table all week.  read more
Texas Dolly plays WSOP after all, but goes bustTexas Dolly plays WSOP after all, but goes bust
The World Series of Poker Main Event kicked off Thursday with Doyle Brunson, who earlier had announced he wasn’t planning on playing in poker's marquee event, changing his mind and sitting at ESPN’s featured table after asking dealers to "shuffle up and deal." Six hours later, Brunson was eliminated from the tournament he hadn’t really wanted to play in the first place.  read more



Casino City Gang: Main Event underway

Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Igo are on location in Las Vegas to discuss Brian Rast's win (or was it Phil Hellmuth's loss?) in the WSOP Poker Player's Championship, the start of the Main Event, WSOP betting opportunities at the Wynn, and all other things WSOP.  read more

WSOP $50K notebook: The 'F Bombs' were flying

For 15 minutes Tuesday, F bombs were flying at the WSOP $50,000 Poker Player's Championship. In fact, the only thing missing from the event was Cee-Lo Green singing his hit song F**k You.  read more

A cash game pro fits right in at the $50k

Abe Mosseri didn't win the Chip Reese Memorial Trophy this year, but he would be a fitting winner, giving the trophy's namesake.  read more

Youth being served at WSOP $50k event

Younger players like Ben Lamb and Scott Seiver are proving they have the chops to play in mixed game events against the best players in the world.  read more

WSOP $50k quieter, but bigger than last year

While the atmosphere was subdued compared to previous years, the uptick in attendance in the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship spelled success for the WSOP.  read more

Non-lady gets just reward at ladies event final table

Jonathan Epstein finished ninth in the $1,500 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em event. The "last man standing" from Tustin, Calif., was booed by spectators at every opportunity, and that's exactly what he deserved.  read more

Black Friday, the WSOP and the poker economy

Experts speculated that Black Friday would have a drastic effect on registrations at the World Series of Poker. The experts were wrong - at least for this year.  read more

Titan Poker offering major reload bonus

Players making a new deposit by July 17 will be credited with a 100 percent pending bonus up to a maximum of $5,000.  read more

Everest Poker launches EPIC qualifiers

Qualifiers for the Everest Poker International Cup will run through August with a total prize pool of $125,000.  read more

Report: European investors agree to purchase Full Tilt

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that a group of European investors are poised to rescue Full Tilt Poker.  read more



The Reel Life

The Reel Life knows that most men dream of flying planes, and there’s also a number of them that enjoy the occasional visit to a strip club. But combining the two hardly seems a like good idea.  read more

Chartwell Technology launches four new slots

The online gambling software provider has released four new slot machines, including the highly-anticipated Vampires vs. Werewolves.  read more

Roland Rat making his slot debut

The famous British rodent TV superstar is now featured in a five-reel, 25-payline slot machine.  read more
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Did You Know?
Did You Know?
Registration at the WSOP was down for Day 1A by more than 20 percent from 2010, dropping from 1,125 last year to 897 this year. There are still three more Day 1s for players to register for the event.

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