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

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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

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