Daily Archives: June 2, 2017

Daniel Negreanu Makes Final Table In Hunt For Seventh Career World Series Of Poker Bracelet


It didn’t take long for Daniel Negreanu to make his first final table of the summer. The Poker Hall of Famer, who has six WSOP bracelets, made the final table of the $10,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold’em Championship early Friday morning, along with teammates Eric Wasserson, David Benyamine and Mark Gregorich. They would each receive […]

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A New Casino In Atlantic City? MGM, Caesars Announce Plans For Joint Project


Five Atlantic City casinos have closed over the last three years and change, but could the seaside gambling town now be set to get a brand new one? Press of Atlantic City reports that MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp., which both already own casinos there, are eyeing a jointly-developed casino project. “We are […]

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Thirty Seven People Dead After Armed Man Steals $2.3M In Gaming Chips At Manilla Casino


Tragedy struck Resorts World Manila on Friday morning. Local police in the Philippines say that a lone gunman entered the property with a automatic rifle and stole 113 million pesos ($2.3 million) worth of chips and stuffed them inside a backpack. What could have been just a robbery turned out much worse. At some point, […]

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Christoph Vogelsang Wins 2017 Super High Roller Bowl $300,000 Buy-In


Christoph Vogelsang has won the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl, topping a field of 56 entrants in the $300,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em event to win the title and the first-place prize of $6,000,000. Incredibly this was the German high stakes cash game player’s very first live tournament title, despite the fact that he now has […]

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Bryan Hollis Wins First World Series of Poker Bracelet Of Summer


The first World Series of Poker event of 2017 is officially in the books, with Bryan Hollis topping a field of 651 players in the $565 buy-in Casino Employees tournament to earn his first career bracelet and the $68,817 first-place prize. The 33-year-old poker dealer from Gaithersburg, Maryland overcame runner-up and fellow poker dealer Chris […]

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