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World Series of Poker champ on winning $8.8M prize

CNBC - 20 Jul 2018
World Series of Poker champ on winning $8.8M prize. 3:00 PM ET Fri, 20 July 2018. World Series of Poker main event champion John Cynn sheds light on what it took to win the the $8.8 million prize and what he will do with the money. Watch CNBC Live TV ...
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Most Memorable Moments of the 2018 WSOP: Part 2

HighstakesDB - 23 Jul 2018
Continuing the biggest stories from this years World Series of Poker, here are the top 5 in reverse order, each one proof positive that news of pokers death has been greatly exaggerate! By: Andrew Burnett ...
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Five of the Best Indian Poker Players

PokerNews.com - 18 Aug 2018
Folks throughout India celebrated the 72nd Indian Independence Day on Wednesday, commemorating the day in 1947 when India attained sovereignty from the United Kingdom. In that vein, PokerNews decided to examine the top poker players to come out ...
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Daniel Negreanu talks Phil Hellmuth's WSOP Main Event meltdown

For The Win - 01 Aug 2018
Poker legend Daniel Negreanu was well aware of what happened when Phil Hellmuth started cursing about another player's moves at the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event, a rant that may have affected an all-in call and which led to James Campbell ...
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WSOP Circuit: Warren Sheaves wins Global Casino Championship

Club Poker - 10 Aug 2018
The 2018 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in Hollywood, Florida completed its $5,250 buy-in Main Event Championship. Brandon Eisen faded a field of 914 runners to win $771,444. Eisen defeated WSOP bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus heads-up for the ...
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2018 WSOP Main Event Final Table Preview

CardPlayer.com - 11 Jul 2018
The final table is set in the 2018 World Series of Poker main event. From a field of 7,874 entries, now only nine remain. Here is a look at each of the players left with a shot at the championship bracelet and the $8.8 million first-place prize.

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