The best reads of 2017 (Part III.)

As promised in the previous article, here is the third part of our recap of 2017 with some serious stories covered.

One of the biggest names of poker, Daniel Negreanu is famous for his tournament success. He is the reigning leader of the all-time money list, which obviously makes him pretty confident. Perhaps that's the reason he made an ambitious prop bet, before this year's WSOP.

Read about Daniel's bet here.

Daniel is a man of his words

The highest buy-in tournament of the year attracted plenty of high profile players as well as some celebrities. The Aria Super High Roller Bowl generated 54 entries, with $6 million for the winner.

If you want to know, who was the lucky player to take down the title and the money, click here!

Looks like a nice payday

High-stakes players are usually pretty good at handling pressure, so it's rare to a fist fight evolve at a cash game table. But it looks like even world-famous players like Phil Ivey can get involved in violent actions.

To find out who tried to put a bad beat on Phil in Bobby's Room click here!

For a professional poker player, the WSOP Main Event is always an important date in the calendar. It's a dream for everybody who plays cards, to win the event. This year, Scott Blumstein made his dream come true.

Read our WSOP ME final table recap here!

Scott was unstoppable this time

The Poker Hall of Fame is the most prestigious club a poker player can get in. There are only two players every year, who gets invited. This summer the whole poker world was speculating about the two names to be added to the elite group.

If you want to know, who joined Poker Hall of Fame this year, click here!

The Poker Hall of Fame

Sometimes we write about poker players terrorizing their tables. This only means that they try to run over their opponents with a very aggressive style. However, this year in Barcelona, some real terror occurred during the PokerStars Championship.

You can read about the unfortunate events here!