2019 WSOP Bracelet Event Episodes Now Available on PokerGO

The 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) featured a record-setting 90 bracelet events across the seven-week schedule that also included nine online events held on WSOP.com. Viewers had multiple options to consume WSOP coverage with action split between PokerGO, ESPN, and CBS All Access. In addition to the live streams of

Wai Leong Chan Wins Second $25k Short Deck Title and $457,500 in Event #3

Wai Leong Chan has picked up his second $25,000 Short Deck title in Event #3, seeing off Paul Phua heads up to secure the trophy and $457,500 first prize.  Coolly comfortable at this buy-in level and relatively new format, Chan outlasted his final five competitors, three of whom have already

Danny Tang Eliminated in 5th Place ($122,000)

Thai Ha limped in for 80,000 with [Qs9s], and found short stack Danny Tang moving in for 1,370,000 behind him holding [KdQh].  Paul Phua, with [AcQc] on the button, moved all in himself, getting it heads up with Tang. "Bye-bye?" suggested Phua as the flop was dealt [JcJsTc]. "Red nine!" called Tang,

Chan and Ha Fold to Preflop Jams

Flops have been a bit rarer recently, the last two pots going to preflop shovers: first Paul Phua took some time deciding how to play his [AdKh] and 3,600,000 stack after under the gun Wei Leong Chan opened to 325,000 (with [KcQd]).  He opted to move all in and was

Sometimes It’s the Front Door That You Hit

After a couple of limped family pots that got no further than the flop and a single bet, everyone but Danny Tang called for 60,000 to see a flop of [AsJdTs].  First to act Paul Phua, having flopped bottom two pair with [JhTh], checked.  Ivan Leow bet 125,000 with the

Ha Uses Timebank to Decide to Bluff, then Leow Flops a Flush

Thai Ha picked up over a million chip pot with a re-bluff river jam on Paul Phua (holding [JsTh] on a [Kh8dAh9d6c] board when Phua had led out with [QcTc], prompting a quick fold). Soon thereafter, a four-way limped pot saw Ivan Leow flop a flush with [Th8h], the board checked

Event #3 $25,000 Short Deck Final Table Set to Commence

Although the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series Sochi is only three days old, Wai Leong Chan enters his second Short Deck final table as chip leader today, over a million chips clear of nearest rival Thai Ha (Aaron Van Blarcum was also at Event #1's final table, finishing

Danny Tang Eliminated by Justin Bonomo

Danny Tang shoved all in from under the gun for 67,500 and Justin Bonomo called in the small blind. Tang: [Ad2d] Bonomo: [KsQs] The board ran out [7h4sQh3h6h] and Tang was eliminated.