If you’d have asked me when I wrote this article for the PokerStars blog back in August 2014 that I’d be working in Vegas within two years, I would have probably let out a wistful sigh and something along the lines of: “I wish!” Well here I am 576 days later, able to proudly say that all the… Read More Blog | Vegas Baby!
After Day 1a of the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, it was a Niall Farrell who emerged as chipleader, racking up 157,000 over six levels at the Spielbank Casino in Berlin. 104 players bought in for €10,450 today, and 60 remain, but it was the Scotsman who bagged the most chips.
Welcome to Backdoor Quad’s coverage of Day 1a of the World Series of Poker Europe €10,450 Main Event. Keep coming back to read the latest updates on the Main Event, with notable hands, eliminations and additions to the field!
It is done! The most famous names in poker (at least for the next four months) have been decided. Nine players will return to Vegas in November with a shot of winning over $7m and becoming the 2015 Main Event Champion. All players have locked up their biggest live cash ever, and in this article we’re… Read More Meet the 2015 November Nine!
Living in Europe and trying to keep track of the World Series of Poker Main Event is near impossible. 10 hour days starting at 9pm CET are just out of the question, especially considering I have been working on my end-of-year exams here in Germany. Therefore I, and I’m assuming a lot of other people, are… Read More WSOP 2015: My Thoughts on ESPN’s Decision to Start WSOP Coverage at Day 4