WSOP Day 52 Review: Adrian Mateos Wins Super High Roller Title for Fourth WSOP Bracelet

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The $250,000 Super High Roller final took place on Day 52 and it was Adrian Mateos who won his fourth WSOP bracelet as he created history. At just 27 years old, Mateos went into the final five-handed final table with everyone in the money and him holding all the chips. In

Watch the WSOP Event #82: $250K Super High Roller Final Table on PokerGO.com at 8 p.m. ET

The final table has been set in Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller at the 2021 World Series of Poker as Adrian Mateos holds a huge chip lead as he chases his fourth career WSOP bracelet. Mateos sits ahead of Ben Heath, Seth Davies, John Kincaid, and WSOP bracelet winner Keith

WSOP Day 51 Review: Ole Schemion and Benny Glaser Both Win WSOP Bracelets

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A day of drama at the felt saw seven WSOP tournaments in play as Benny Glaser beat Everett Carlton to the delayed $10,000 Razz Championship bracelet, Ole Schemion won the first WSOP bracelet of his stellar career and Jason Wheeler grabbed gold for the first time in his career at

Watch the WSOP Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty Final Table on PokerGO.com at 8 p.m. ET

The final table has been set in Event #79: $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty at the 2021 World Series of Poker as Ole Schemion holds a commanding chip lead over his five opponents. Schemion leads Giovani Torre, James Alexander, Jerry Wong, Benjamin Underwood, and Marc Rivera, while each player has

WSOP Day 50 Review: Michael Addamo Leads $250,000 Super High Roller with Imsirovic Second

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The latest day of action at the 2021 World Series of Poker saw Michael Addamo and Ali Imsirovic take a strong lead in the Super High Roller Day 2, while Benny Glaser and Everett Carlton reached the final act of the day with the bracelet on the line in the

Biggest Hands from the 2021 WSOP Main Event

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The 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event was one to remember. In the end, it was Germany's Koray Aldemir emerging victorious as the world champion for $8,000,000 in prize money. Aldemir's win was one that won't soon be forgotten, but we also can't forget about all of the tremendously

WSOP Day 49 Review: Koray Aldemir Wins WSOP Main Event for $8 million, Two More Bracelets Won on Day of Drama

Koray Aldemir Winner

A huge day of action in the Thunderdome at the Rio in Las Vegas, Nevada, saw German player Koray Aldemir crowned world champion as he won the WSOP Main Event in style, toppling George Holmes heads-up to win the $8 million top prize. With British player Jack Oliver finishing third for

Koray Aldemir Wins 2021 WSOP Main Event for $8,000,000

Koray Aldemir

Poker has a new world champion, and it’s Koray Aldemir. Aldemir topped the 6,650-entry field in the 2021 WSOP Main Event to win the championship gold bracelet and $8,000,000 in prize money. A 31-year-old poker professional born in Germany and residing in Austria, Aldemir now has more than $20,000,000 in career

Watch the 2021 WSOP Main Event Final Table Conclude on PokerGO.com at 6 p.m. ET

The 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event is down to the final three players with cards in the air at 2 p.m. PT on Wednesday, November 17. Germany's Koray Aldemir continues to dominate the final table as he has increased his chip lead to 264.6 million to be ahead of