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Rui Cao: One of the Best Triton Hold 'Em Players in the World

Well-known high stakes cash game poker player, Rui Cao, is making his mark in the Triton Super High Roller Series Triton Hold ‘Em events. Triton Hold ‘Em, or short deck poker, has become the newest game of interest for Cao. He is regarded as one of the best short deck players in the world. Find out how he finds Triton Hold ‘Em cash games different from Triton Hold ‘Em tournaments.

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Ivan Leow Wins $1 MILLION in the HK $500K Triton Hold 'Em Event

Ivan Leow from Malaysia scored his biggest live tournament cash by winning the Triton Super High Roller Series Triton Hold ‘Em Event for $1,079,209. He is not a professional poker player and has no experience playing the cash game version of Triton Hold ‘Em. He final tabled the first Triton Hold ‘Em event at the Triton High Roller Series in Jeju, South Korea. He beat Rui Cao heads up and outlasted fellow final tablemates Jason Koon and Tom Dwan. Nick Schulman won the HK$100,000 Triton Hold ‘Em tournament earlier in the series.

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Nick Schulman Wins the $100,000 HDK Triton Poker Short Deck Poker Tournament

catches a stunned and grateful Nick Schulman after he wins the Triton Super High Roller 100,000 HKD Short Deck poker tournament. Schulman, who had no previous experience with the new popular poker varietal, outlasted a field of 61 entries to claim the HKD 2,135,000 first-place prize (more than $272,000). The short deck poker craze was born in Macau and has been trending all over Asia. Ben Lamb, who is also a newcomer to short deck poker, also cashed this event.

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"I Don't Really Know What I'm Doing, Which is Fun" -Nick Schulman on Short Deck Poker

Nick Schulman lands in Jeju, South Korea for the Triton Super High Roller Series and enters his first short deck poker tournament. Short deck is the new poker variant taking the poker world by storm. The Triton Super High Roller Series is the only tournament series that features this new poker variant. Schulman decides to take a chance and hope into the "low" buy-in HKD 100,000 ($13,000) Short Deck Tournament. He discusses how he intends to get better at short deck, as well as what other tournaments he plans to play here in Jeju.

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Why is Ben Lamb Playing Short Deck Poker for the First Time?

Ben Lamb has flown half way across the world from the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas to Jeju, South Korea for the Triton Super High Roller Series. The opening tournament for the series is Short Deck Ante Only. Lamb has never played this poker variant before and he explains what drew him to his new style of poker. How is he getting the hang of short deck? He also shares what it was like to be on the rail of the WSOP Main Event final table helping out his friend John Cynn, while poker player Shaun Deeb was on the rail for Tony Miles.

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How Gabe Patgorski Got Free Valet for Life

Gabe Patgorski is one of four poker players that made day 2 of the Triton Super High Roller Series Short Deck Ante Only Poker Event in Jeju, South Korea. His interest in short deck poker speaks to his love for gambling on and off the poker table. Sasha Salinger asks how he approaches a re-buy short deck tournament, how Gabe likes to gamble, how he got free valet for life at the Aria, and why he may not do laundry during his time in South Korea.

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Jesse Capps Poker Vlog- Episode 7 The ring dream is real! Battling the FT for my first WSOP Ring!

Last time I decided to play another ring event at the Rio and sure enough at the end of the day, I built up quite a stack and made it to day 2 with the chip lead. In this episode I try to make history and go for my first WSOP gold ring. 14 left and I am the favorite to get the monkey off my back and break my record for most cashes without a ring. There is only one player really standing in my way. The dream is real and if I win I basically qualify for the Global Championship. If I don’t I have to travel to New Orleans for the final series of the season. LFG! Let’s have fun and make history!

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Recap of Highlights from 2018 World Series of Poker

The summer at the Rio during the 2018 World Series of poker was full of emotion, fun and history making moments. Have a looks at some of the wildest moments, the most important bracelets and the funniest events. See Phil Hellmuth win his 15th Bracelet. Justin Bonomo kicks off the summer in style. Craig Varnell tears up when thinking about his history. Shaun Deeb Live Multi-Tables. Doyle Brunson plays his last WSOP Event. Kelly Minkin is the last woman standing in Main Event and Joe Cada nearly captures 2 Main Event titles.

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Dan Smith Wins $4 Million at the Big One for One Drop

After a roller coaster final table, Dan Smith ends up with a 3rd place finish in the WSOP $1 million Big One for One Drop event. Smith bested fellow final tablemates Byron Kaverman and Rick Salomon to take home $4 million. Sasha Salinger asks Dan Smith the story behind his lucky hat, how he deals with a rowdy Scott Seiver, and how it feels to take home a $3 million profit. Justin Bonomo and Fedor Holz are now heads up for the $10 million first place prize.

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Justin Bonomo Wins the Big One for One Drop for $10 MILLION

The $1 Million buy-in Big One for One Drop has a winner! Justin Bonomo defeated Fedor Holz and takes home $10 million and the special World Series of Poker bracelet. This win secures Justin Bonomo’s place on top of poker’s all time money list. He eclipses Daniel Negreanu who formally held the top spot. This $10 million catapults Justin’s lifetime earnings to $42,979,591. Since March 2018, Justin Bonomo has cashed for over $20,000,00. Seems like Bonomo just can’t lose at poker!

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The FINAL Chainsaw Report: Kessler Praises Poker Player Ben Yu

Normally, the Chainsaw Report is Allen Kessler’s outlet to rant about tournament structure and other grievances in poker. For the finale episode of The Chainsaw Report World Series of Poker: Season 2, Kessler praises several poker players and talks about who he finds to be the best players in poker.

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How David Einhorn is Playing the $1 Million One Drop Poker Tournament

David Einhorn is one of 9 players remaining in the $1 million buy-in "Big One for One Drop" World Series of Poker tournament. First place is $10 million. Friend and poker player Jonathan Little has been on the rail of the event watching hands and coaching Einhorn through the event. What will David Einhorn do with the $10 million first place prize? Johnathan Little tells us!

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Who "No-Showed" the $1 Million Big One for One Drop World Series of Poker Event?

Sasha Salinger brings your 888 Update on Day 2 of the $1 Million Big One for One Drop World Series of Poker tournament. Two players forfeited their $50,000 registration fee by "no-show"ing the event and anther big name is surprisingly missing from the field. Sasha also exposes which big name poker player left in a huff after busting the prestigous $1 million Big One.

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Jason Koon Winning Over $11 MILLION in One Year!

catches Jason Koon on the first break of Day 2 of the $1 Million Big One for One Drop. Jason Koon has cashed for over $11 million since August 2017. What has he changed about his game? Is he grinding away online? What is the secret to improving his game? Jason discusses how he balances poker and his life outside of poker while still remaining one of the best poker players in the world.

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Why did the $1 Million Buy-In WSOP Poker Tournament Start Late?

The last event of the 2018 World Series of Poker has just begun! The Big One for One Drop $1 Million Buy In poker tournament promises one player will take home millions of dollars. A portion of the buy in will go to the One Drop Foundation which provides clean water to communities all over the world. The Big One for One Drop already has some of poker’s biggest names in the field including Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey, Fedor Holz, Jake Schindler, Justin Bonomo, and more

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Dominik Nitsche Explains his Ideal Field for the $1 Million

888poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche won the $100K Big One of One Drop back in November. He tells how his mindset differs between the $100Ks and this prestigious $1 million Big One for One Drop at the World Series of Poker. Playing the high rollers consistently gives Nitsche insight into how his opponents tend to play. With 23 players currently in the field, Nitsche explains who he’s looking out for and how many players he hopes the tournament to get.

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Adrian Mateos Eliminates David Peters in the $1 Million One Drop Poker Tournament

Adrian Mateos takes an early chip lead in the $1 Million One Drop WSOP Tournament by busting poker player David Peters. Mateos explains the action of the hand and how he accumulated so many chips in the early levels of this high buy in tournament. With David Peters out of the tournament, Mateos is one step closer to adding yet another high roller win onto his poker resume.

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John Cynn Wins 2018 WSOP Main Event for $8,800,000

After 10 hours of heads up play against Tony Miles, John Cynn captured the most coveted prize in poker and is the 2018 WSOP Main Event champion. He opens up about the experience, the fatigue and of course, the last hand of the night.

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For more on the Main Event Click here: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

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Tony Miles Eliminated in 2nd Place at 2018 World Series of Poker

Tony Miles put in an epic fight during his 2018 WSOP run. After 10 days of grueling poker play Miles managed to play an incredible twelve hours of head up poker against new champion John Cynn. Miles speaks candidly about the experience, his disappointment, his role as an ambassador and more. He will take home $5,000,000 for his work.

For more on the event: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

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2018 WSOP Main Event Michael Dyer Eliminated in 3rd Place

Michael Dyer put in an incredible performance at the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Although he admits that he did not watch the coverage because he prefers a simple kind of poker and being present at the table. He will take home $3,750,000 for his efforts at the Rio this summer.

His bust out hand: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/chips.232267.htm

Dyer at 6 handed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr6BiT26VhQ

Check out LIVE hand for hand coverage: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

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Joe Cada Ready to Risk it for the Biscuit in 2018 WSOP Main Event

It seems like the whole poker world is screaming Cada, Cada, Cada! Sarah Herring explores the Amazon Room and scrolls through to see what this Cada Hype is all about. Cada’s girlfriend explains the shirts his rail is wearing in honor of his dog and what else…biscuits.

For more on the Main Event coverage click here: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

Check Out Cada’s win in 2009: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0_-MufGmxM

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2018 WSOP Main Event: Miles vs Cada Hand Correct?

Exploded during the Joe Cada vs Tony Miles bust out hand in the 2018 WSOP Main Event. Many people speculated that seven minutes was an excessive tank. Some insisted Miles should have snap-folded. And Others were certain it was a snap-call. What do you think?

To read the Hand Click Here: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/chips.231824.htm

To follow the Main Event Hand for Hand: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

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Only 3 Players Left in the 2018 WSOP Main Event

In the early hours of July 14 the field was whittled from 6 to 3. The first to bust was Aram Zobian followed by crown favorite Joe Cada. The chip lead shifted several times after that point, but eventually Nicolas Manion exited in 4th place and the Final 3 players were left. Micheal Dyer smoke bombed as soon as play was over but John Cynn and Tony Miles opened up about their experience.

To follow all the Live Hand for Hand action click: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/main-event/

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Sports Books Not Taking Bets on Joe Cada at 4-1?

With 5 left in play, Joe Cada is the short-stack. But when Jeff Platt was at the Caesars Sports Book they were asking for approval to take bets with Cada at 4-1! Do they know something we don’t know? Sarah Herring talks to Cada, Platt and Remko Rinkema about this wild story.

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