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Odds to win the MLB World Series

Odds to win the MLB World Series

The Major League Baseball season is in the home stretch part of the season with each team having just under 40 games left to play. The Boston Red Sox have been the story of the year with an unbelievable 88 and 38 record which puts them 50 games above .500 which means they have a legitimate chance to break the all-time MLB season win record which is 116 wins shared by the 1906 Chicago Cubs and the 2001 Seattle Mariners.

Submitted by Payton on, Aug/23/2018

WSOP Champ Pius Heinz The "Poker Pope" in Native Germany

2011 World Series of Poker champ Pius Heinz received a heroes welcome of sorts in his native Germany, where he is being hailed as the “Poker Pope”.

Heinz is the first German to win a WSOP main event.  The 22-year-old from Cologne is bound to draw plenty of attention having won a whopping $8.7 million and some change.

Afterwards, he celebrated with fellow third place finisher and “Poker Player of the Year” Ben Lamb.

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/10/2011

German Pius Heinz Wins 2011 World Series of Poker

German poker player Pius Heinz has won the World Series of Poker main event.

The 22-year-old walks away with $8.72 million in cash along with the WSOP bracelet.

"Honestly I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the money," Heinz said early Wednesday after winning the main event in a marathon session of Texas Hold 'em. "Probably my family is going to get a couple gifts."

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/09/2011

Ben Lamb Out Fast at World Series of Poker Final Three

Ben Lamb was the first to go of the three remaining poker players at this year’s World Series of Poker final.  Play resumed Tuesday with three remaining players.  Six of the finalists were eliminated on Sunday.

Lamb is widely considered the most likely candidate to receive “Poker Player of the Year” honors.  He was already named the “WSOP Player of the Year” for 2011. 

Pius Heinz of Germany and Martin Staszko were vying for the $8.72 million grand prize.

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/08/2011

Odds to Win the 2011 World Series of Poker – Final 3

The odds to win the 2011 World Series of Poker Final 3 were now available for betting heading into Tuesday November 8 with 6 eliminations taking place on Sunday. 

Germany’s Pius Heinz was the near even favorite as the chip leader while Martin Staszko of the Czech Republic was listed with 4/1 odds and Ben Lamb at 12/5. 

Pius Heinz even (107,800,000 in chips)
Martin Staszko 4/1 (42,700,000)
Ben Lamb 12/5 (55,400,000)

Heinz has only won $108,318 to date in live poker tournaments with two cashes. 

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Nov/07/2011

2011 World Series of Poker Final Three

The 2011 World Series of Poker Final was down to three players heading into Tuesday’s remaining play, which will ultimately determine this year’s winner.

The three players left standing were as follows:

Seat    Player    Chips

1    Pius Heinz    107,800,000 (Germany)

2    Ben Lamb    55,400,000 (USA)

3    Martin Staszko    42,700,000 (Czech Republic)

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/07/2011

Odds to Win the 2011 WSOP Final Table: Winning Hand Odds Offered

Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Nov/04/2011

Jenny Woo Talks 2011 WSOP Final Table Odds With DonBest TV

The World Series of Poker 2011 Final Table will take place November 8 through the 13th and our Jenny Woo has details along with the latest odds.

Submitted by Guest on, Aug/12/2011

International Interest in the World Series of Poker Intensifies

One of the most noticeable differences at this year’s World Series of Poker, the increase in international media attention and coverage.

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/22/2011

WSOP 2011 Star Ben Lamb is an Online Poker Loser

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/20/2011

Phil Collins Heading to the WSOP Final Table

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/19/2011

World Series of Poker Final Table 2011

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/19/2011

Eoghan O'Dea of Ireland Among the Chip Leaders at 2011 WSOP

Ireland’s own Eoghan O'Dea was among the chip leaders of the 2011 WSOP with just 22 players left in the field.  

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/19/2011

Russian Poker Pros: Aleksandr Mozhnyakov and Andrey Pateychuk 2011 WSOP Stars

The Russians continue to play solid poker at major tournaments, and that includes the 2011 WSOP.

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jul/18/2011

All Eyes Glued to Erika Moutinho at 2011 WSOP

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/18/2011

Erika Moutinho Last Woman Standing at 2011 WSOP

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jul/18/2011

Phil Collins Rules at WSOP: Ben Lamb, Claudia Crawford Hanging Tough

Phil Collins was the chip leader at the 2011 World Series of Poker Sunday evening, but it’s not the Phil Collins you’re all thinking of.

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/17/2011

Last Woman Standing 2011 WSOP Watch Likely a Bust

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/16/2011

WSOP 2011 Day 4 Losers Include Phil Hellmuth

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/16/2011

Vanessa Rousso Still Going Strong at WSOP Main Event

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/15/2011

Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Patrik Antonius Survive Day 3 of WSOP 2011

Among the big name survivors after Day 3 of the 2011 World Series of Poker were Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu.  853 remained after Day 3.

The Canadian, Negreanu, had a chip count by day’s end that fell just below the average of 240,000.   Hellmuth is lucky to have gotten this far after sleeping in the first day of play.  He had to be awoken by hotel security.

Meanwhile, Ben Lamb has been on fire.  After leading in chips earlier in the week, he had fallen a bit down the ranks only to lead again by the end of Day 3.

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jul/15/2011

Where to Watch the World Series of Poker Live in Great Britain, Canada

Those who live in the United States now know they can watch this year’s World Series of Poker live (with a 30 minute delay) on ESPN3, but what about in Great Britain and Canada?

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jul/15/2011

Ben Lamb a True Baaaaaad Ass at World Series of Poker 2011 Main Event

Ben Lamb has led the World Series of Poker 2011 Main Event through a good portion of play so far and, at press time, was still hanging around the top 10. 

Submitted by Ace King on, Jul/14/2011

Phil Hellmuth Not the Only One Missing in Action at 2011 WSOP

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jul/13/2011

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