Thanks to a flatter payout structure and comprehensive ESPN coverage, this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event was the third-largest in history.
The $3,333 buy-in online High Roller bracelet on WSOP.com generated the largest prize pool ever in regulated Nevada online poker history.
There is good and bad news for both the World Series of Poker and the skill-based slot industry this week in Nevada headlines.
The 2017 World Series of Poker is upon us. Find out what you need to know if you’re playing, railing, or paying a visit to Vegas this summer.
While casinos keep innovating and growing and the World Series of Poker expands, the Nevada Attorney General’s scandal casts a shadow on the state.
Online poker might be giving Las Vegas live poker a run for its money when it comes to value, thanks to the WSOP.com Summer Grind Tour.
The WSOP.com Spring Poker Series III offers online poker players $100,000 in prize pools and one last series before the 2017 WSOP kicks off in Las Vegas.
Players interested in the upcoming Goliath Warm Up poker series at Planet Hollywood can earn a seat in online satellites from WSOP.com for as little as $3.
Residents of Nevada can spend their Sundays playing in WSOP.com online poker qualifiers to several 2017 World Series of Poker bracelet events.
World Series of Poker (WSOP) and 888 Poker will continue their summer partnership, with 888 as exclusive satellite provider and Crazy Eights event sponsor.