Arron Fletcher has won the 2017 WSOP International Circuit Main Event in Casino de Marrakech! The British player outlasted 510 others to claim the coveted gold WSOP Circuit Ring. Fletcher took home an astonishing 1,400,000 MAD ($140,224) by winning this record setting event. Runner-up was Spain’s Pedro Rodero, who cashed 910,000 MAD ($91,146). Winner of
Bridges Roe is your newest Aussie Millions champion, winning Event #8, the AUD$1,150 no-limit hold’em accumulator for AUD$160,725. Roe defeated a massive field of 721 entrants on his way to victory. The final day of the event kicked-off at 1 p.m. local time with ten players set to battle it out for the final prize.
With Anton Astapau, Timothy Adams, Pascal Lefrancois and defending champion Bryn Kenney signing up before the start of play on Day 2, the PokerStars Championship Bahamas $100,000 Super High Roller closed registration with 54 entries, 41 unique players and a total of 13 reentries. Timothy Adams and Bill Perkins were the biggest contributors to subsidize
Back in 2011, at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, PokerStars rolled out a new addition to the schedule that helped shift the landscape of how money is viewed in poker. High roller events had been growing more and more popular, and mere $25,000 events weren’t cutting it as far as how big some of poker’s most
Now that all the poker players are back on social media, the mayhem may commence. From bad hair days to babies and tattoos, 2017 is looking to be, at the very least, entertaining. Check out this Tweet, Tweet from PokerStars Championship Bahamas, courtesy of our very own Sarah Herring. It’s 2017, Betch New Year, new