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The Importance of Canada in the World Series of Poker The World Series of Poker is the most prestigious poker event on the planet; the crème de la crème of card gaming. It takes place every summer in Las Vegas, attracting tens of thousands of players from all over the world. At least, it...
How Canadians Can Compete in 2021 Online WOSP – Find out what country’s players are eligible to play in 2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Events....
Poker in North America: 2021 WSOP Online Schedule Released – Tournament organizers have released the official WSOP 2021 Online Bracelet Schedule....
Those last 16 WSOP tournaments included some real interesting ones. There was the $800 Online event, which attracted over 1,500 to the virtual felt, as well as the $100,000 NLHE High Roller, an event famous for drawing all of the world's biggest pros and wealthiest business people from the woodwork....
Phil unveiled the secrets of this zoomorphic assignments, explaining how and why he classifies each opponent as a poker animal. They why is simple – it's easier to associate each face with an animal than a literary label. The how makes more sense we dig deeper into the inner-working of his mind....
Livingston's elimination earned him $4,000,000, by far the largest cash of his live tournament career, and the undying respect of his fellow Canadian poker players. At the same time, it earned Ensan an advantage going into heads-up against the Italian, Dario Sammartino....
Alex was the only Canadian to make it to the elite nine, and he won't give it up easily. He's been cool, calm and calculated, making cautious decisions throughout the day. As of now, he is one of just five players remaining, and unfortunately, he has the low stack once again, holding on...
After starting in 2nd on Day 6, Canada poker pro Sam Greenwood hit the rails last night, leaving fellow countryman Michael Niwinski in the best position to bring the WSOP Championship home to Canada. Day 6 of the World Series of Poker Main Event was a trying one for almost everyone at the tables...
Sam Greenwood isn't the only Canadian eyeing the most prestigious of all card player prizes. There are nine others who would love to bring the championship bracelet home to the Great White North. They are, in order of chip counts......
Shawn claimed the coveted WSOP bracelet on July 7, 2019, the day after his 36th birthday. He was competing in the $800 WSOP.com Online NLH 6-handed event #76, which drew 1,560 players to the virtual felt on Sunday. It took a little more than 11 hours to finish out the opposition, with Shawn...