Germany’s Jens Lakemeier wins $2,500 Big Bet of WSOP

Jens Lakemeier, a German professional poker player has won his first ever gold bracelet at 2017 World Series of poker. The event was $2,500 buy-in Big but event, which attracted 179 players worldwide but it was Lakemeier’s day, who defeated every odd players at the final table and pocketed a sum total of amount  $112,232… Read More »

Max Silver wins Event#53, $3,000 NL Hold’em 6 handed

Max Silver, a professional poker player from Dublin, Ireland has won the event#53 of 2017 World Series of poker for $172,645. It was the event of buy-in $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6 handed, which attracted Two hundred and fifty-six players worldwide and generated $691,200 as total prize pool. Top 39 players of the match were… Read More »

Nevada’s Brian Yoon wins Event#47 of 2017 WSOP for nearly $1 Million

Brian Yoon, a professional poker player from Nevada, United States has won the event#47 of 2017 World Series of poker. The winner pocketed a handsome amount of $1,094,349 as total winning prize. The event was $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Monster Stack attracted 6,715 players from world poker players and generated $9,066,600 as total prize pool. Top… Read More »

Christopher Vitch wins event#48 of WSOP 2017 for $320,103

Christopher Vitch, A professional poker player from Arizona, United States has won the event#48 of ongoing World Series of poker 2017. It was a $10,000 buy-in Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship. This is his second WSOP gold bracelet. His first came back in 2016, when he participated in event#40 or $2,500 Mixed… Read More »

Nathan Gamble wins his first gold bracelet at WSOP for $223,339

Nathan Gamble, an army veteran has won the $1,500 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha event of World Series of poker 2017 for a total winning share of amount $223,339. The game was a big hit among the players and that is why it attracted 830 players worldwide. Adam Hendrix becomes the runner-up of this event for… Read More »

Russian Dmitry Yurasov wins first Gold bracelet in America for $775,923

Dmitry Yurasov, a professional poker player from Russia has won an event of World Series of poker 2017 and pocketed a sum total of amount $775,923 from the tournament. The player has over $1.2 Million of career earnings from many different poker festivals but had only 2 WSOP cashes before this particular event of $10,000… Read More »

Vladimir Shchemelev takes down gold for Mix Omaha Hi-Lo

Vladimir Shchemelev, a professional poker player from St. Petersburg, Russia has won the $1,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo event of world serried of poker 2017 for $193,484. Howard Smith becomes the runner-up of this game for a total winning share of amount $119,524, while Nikolai Yakovenko completed his journey at third position for a winning share… Read More »

Guarav Raina wins $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em event for $456,822

Guarav Raina, a 33 year-old pro poker player has won $2,500 buy-in No Limit Hold’em event of World Series of poker 2017 for $456,822. He defeated James Calvo in a heads-up match, who pocketed $282,276 from this particular poker championship, while Asi Moshe eliminated to third position in this match for a total winning share… Read More »