Chris Ferguson ‘Poker Villain’ Wins WSOPE, Restaurant Manager Wins Colossus

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Nov/04/2017

Poker pariah Chris Ferguson shook the poker world Wednesday night when he captured his sixth World Series of Poker bracelet at the the WSOPE in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. He also took a commanding lead in the 2017 WSOP Player of the Year race with the win, and received congratulations from Phil Hellmuth. The rest of the poker world was not so kind.  Read More

Matous Skorepa Wins Colossus - Ten starting flights led to a record-breaking 4,115 entries in the €550 Colossus at the World Series of Poker Europe, with Matous Skorepa bagging the gold bracelet and €270,015 in first place prize money.  Restaurant manager is Skorepa's main source of income, but he may want to consider a transition from the dining tables to poker tables after becoming the third Czech player to win a title at the 2017 WSOPE at King's Casino in Rozvadov.  Read More

Poker News

Reichard Eclipses $1 Million on HPT

East Chicago, IN - Josh Reichard is an accomplished professional poker player with 10 WSOP Circuit rings to his name. On Tuesday, Reichard added to his impressive resume and surpassed a career milestone.

Poker is officially a sport in Ukraine starting 2018

Poker is officially a sport in Ukraine starting 2018

It is official, Ukraine’s lawmakers decided that poker is a sport!

For the most part, poker players and successful gamblers in general tend to hog the glory. While some players rise to titanic levels of popularity, others tend to fade into the background, of no fault of their own. Simply put, there is only so much attention the public can give to professional gamblers. As a result, we have gathered here today not to give even more attention to the likes of Daniel Negreanu, but to talk about the unsung heroes of the industry that deserve more attention than they are current

Gambling Heroes Who Should Be Featured Over and Over Again

For the most part, poker players and successful gamblers in general tend to hog the glory. While some players rise to titanic levels of popularity, others tend to fade into the background, of no fault of their own.

Twitter Users Think Poker Players Are Unethical

Twitter Users Think Poker Players Are Unethical

British poker player and Twitter user Patrick Leonard recently conducted an unscientific survey that found a majority of Twitter followers feel poker players lack ethics. 

ACR Introduces Sunday Venom: $1 Million Guaranteed On-Demand Freerolls and Qualifiers Poker

ACR Introduces Sunday Venom: $1 Million Guaranteed On-Demand Freerolls and Qualifiers Poker

VENOM (formerly known as Million Dollar Encore) is here each Sunday moving forward at 1pm ET, with $1,000,000 guaranteed for a $2,650 buy-in. Below we will show you ways to qualify without having to lay that $2,650. 

Syndicate