Residents of Nevada can spend their Sundays playing in WSOP.com online poker qualifiers to several 2017 World Series of Poker bracelet events.
William Hill, in partnership with the Downtown Grand in Las Vegas, has been given the green light to offer legal esports gambling in the state of Nevada.
Ted Forrest, a six-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and renowned gambler, has had a warrant for his arrest issued by the Las Vegas police.
Cliff Josephy, a veteran of the online and live poker worlds, leads the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event final table with over 75 million in chips.
England’s Andreas Olympios topped a big field to take first place in a $565 buy-in tournament that nearly doubled its $1 million guarantee.