Norwegian Espen Jorstad released a statement Monday denying that he agreed to swap a percentage of his winnings from the WSOP Main Event with another player.
The WSOP Online will feature official gold bracelet tournaments on WSOP.com in the U.S. from Sept. 10 to Oct. 18 and on GGPoker for international territories starting Aug. 14.
On July 18, 2007, Jerry Yang outlasted the World Series of Poker’s Main Event field of 6,358 players over 11 days.
Espen Jorstad of Norway won the World Series of Poker Main Event on Saturday at Bally’s Event Center, defeating Las Vegas resident Adrian Attenborough.
Espen Jorstad of Norway has a commanding chip lead with three players remaining in the World Series of Poker’s $10,000 buy-in No-limit Hold’em World Championship.
Poker pro Asher Conniff was the first player eliminated from the final table of the WSOP Main Event on Friday after his opponent made four of a kind.
Professional poker player David Diaz of Houston made an incredible fold in the World Series of Poker Main Event with 14 players left.
The 10 remaining players will compete for the $10 million first prize in the WSOP’s $10,000 buy-in Main Event No-limit Hold’em World Championship at Bally’s.
David Diaz, a childhood cancer survivor who had his right arm amputated at age 4, was one of 24 players remaining Wednesday in the WSOP Main Event at the dinner break.
No one is usually a fan of long lines. But it happened to work in the “Casino” star’s favor on Wednesday.
Shelby Wells of Jeffersonville, Indiana, was one of two women remaining in the World Series of Poker Main Event when Day 6 started Tuesday at Bally’s.
Ali Imsirovic, who was accused of cheating online and during live tournaments, was eliminated from the World Series of Poker Main Event on Monday at Bally’s.
Joe Marincola of Philadelphia bought into the WSOP’s $10,000 No-limit Hold’em World Championship for the second straight year using an interest-free credit card.
Layne Flack, who died in July 2021 at age 52, was a six-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and one of the early faces of the poker boom in the 2000s.
Luke Vrabel, who was reinstated this summer following a five-year ban from the World Series of Poker, was climbing the Main Event chip counts on Day 3.