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Revolution Gaming Now the Biggest US-Facing Online Poker Network: WSOP Updates

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Revolution Gaming Now the Biggest US-Facing Online Poker Network:  WSOP Updates

The rebranded Cake Network, now featuring Lock Poker and calling itself Revolution Gaming, has overtaken Merge to become the most trafficked US-facing online poker network.

Its 24 hour peak Saturday morning was 1947 compared to Merge at 1767.  Microgaming, meanwhile, managed to inch up a notch to number 9.  Revolution was expected to surpass Microgaming in terms of overall traffic by the end of the weekend, however. 

 

Brandon Schaefer Wins Event #14: No-Limit Hold'em Shootout (2,000 player max)

 

Congrats to Brandon Schaefer who wins his very first World Series of Poker bracelet and $311,174 at the No-Limit Hold’em Shootout. 

Jonathan Cohen finished 2nd with $192,599. 

Adam Kagin won $120,329 in 3rd.

Big name player Layne Flack finished 4th with $87,466.

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Adam Friedman, Winner of Event 15: $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better ($269,037)

 

Congratulations to Adam Friedman, Winner of Event 15: $5,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better ($269,037)

After a grueling, three-hour heads up match against Todd Brunson, Adam Friedman is the owner of a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Day 3 started with 19 players, including Phil Hellmuth and Phil Ivey, who were looking to make history. For Hellmuth, it would've been his twelfth bracelet, extending his lead over Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan by two. For Ivey, it would be his eighth bracelet, putting him three behind Hellmuth. It would also earn him a lot of money in bracelet bets.

Hellmuth didn't even make it to the final table however - Friedman, who entered the day as the chip leader, eliminated him

"I thought this was the one," Hellmuth told his wife before heading off to the cage to pick up his money.

Joining Hellmuth on the rail before the final table were the following:

Phil Hellmuth managed a $11,637 win. 

Todd Brunson finished 2nd with $166,269

Phil Ivey finished 7th.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com