Ryan Leng is the newest WSOP bracelet winner

Ryan scoops his first WSOP gold ever, while the Estonians still have to wait for theirs.

Scott Seiver wins second WSOP bracelet in the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

The high-roller regular collected $296K after beating Matt Szymaszek in the heads-up.

WSOP Monster Stack is getting close to the finals

The massive field has already reduced to 257, with the youngest ever bracelet winner leading the field.

Timur Margolin wins Event 43: $2,500 NLHE for his first bracelet

The Israeli grinder became the 8th player of his country to catch a WSOP gold, while Chris Ferguson failed to win his 7th title.

Eric Baldwin wins second WSOP bracelet

The long-time pro took down the same event nine years after his first victory.

The first female champion has been crowned at the 2018 WSOP

Farhintaj Bonyadi and his son became the first mother-son duo to win WSOP bracelets.

Is Michael Mizrachi the best all-around player?

"The Grinder" achieved something at the WSOP no one else has ever done.

Arne Kern takes down WSOP Millionaire Maker

His third ever cash at the WSOP brings the bracelet and $1.1 million to the young German.

Brian Rast wins fourth WSOP bracelet in the $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship

Despite all eyes being on living legend Doyle Brunson in the final WSOP even in his life, Rast stole the show. Household names of the old- and new-school all represented themselves at the star-studded final table.

Justin Bonomo takes down WSOP $10K Heads-Up Championship

The US pro wins his 4th title in the span of 10 days for a total of $5.85 million!

Joe Ingram alleges sexual harassment at the Rio

In his latest video, ChicagoJoey alleges sexual harassment by the cell phone charger salesmen, but the owner of the company thinks otherwise.

Paul Volpe beats Eli Elezra in the first Championship Event

The American grinder captured his third WSOP bracelet in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship.

8 champions have already been crowned at the 2018 WSOP

After a week of non-stop action in Las Vegas, a number of events have ended, with some household names claiming titles.

Nick Petrangelo takes down WSOP $100,000 High-Roller after a controversial deal

Petrangelo outlasted a field of 105, beating Elio Fox heads-up.

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