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2012 World Series of Poker : WSOP 2012
The 2012 World Series of Poker is being held at the Rio Las Vegas from Sunday, May 27, 2012 to Monday, July 16, 2012. Featuring over 61 events this is the biggest poker event in the world. You still have time to get your ass out to vegas and play in some of the events.. On this page will be listed tournament results and news articles from the 2012 World Series of Poker. Click here to see the 2012 Wsop Schedule.
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 7 - Over the past gruelling ten days of World Series of Poker main event competition, two women have earned respect for running deep against massive and talented competition, but their participation was terminated almost simultaneously in the closing minutes of Day 7 of the fiercely contested event.
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 6 - In the early hours of the Monday morning Vegas time, just 27 players were left on Day 6 as the last three tables formed in the 43rd World Series of Poker main event.
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 5 - With the unremitting pressure and stress of a week of top level, poker-filled days starting to show on the faces of many of the remaining players in the 43rd World Series of Poker main event, 282 survivors from an original field of 6,598 took their seats at 32 tables in the Amazon Room at the Rio in Las Vegas Saturday for Day 5.
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 4 - The cash bubble at the 43rd World Series of Poker main event popped Friday night, guaranteeing a minimum pay-out of $19,227 for the 666 survivors at that point
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 3 Roundup - New Jersey poker professional Dave D'Alesandro heads the chip count following close of play on day three of the World Series of Poker Main Event Championship.
2012 WSOP Day 3 - Leading the field and getting plenty of attention was attractive Gaelle Baumann, a French pro on the Winamax team who started with the top chip count of 505,800 and continued playing aggressively, although by later in the day she had dropped down to around 36th in chip counts.
WSOP National Championship Results - New Haven poker pro Ryan Eriquezzo has his first bracelet and is $416,051 richer, after his televised victory in the $10,000 buy-in World Series of Poker National Championship Wednesday, besting a talented field of 157 mainly professional players.
2012 WSOP Day 2c Complete - 2,300 players started out on Day 2C in a survivor list that included Doyle Brunson and Phil Ivey - neither of whom lasted and are out of this year's main event, along with many other big names.
2012 WSOP Day 2 - The 2,044 combined survivors of the World Series of Poker main event Days 1 A and B reassembled Tuesday to continue the fight to remain in the competition
New Caesars WSOP App - EA Mobile, a division of Electronic Arts, Inc. and the interactive division of World Series of Poker organisers Caesars Entertainment have partnered up to launch a new iOS poker app.
2012 WSOP Day 1C Complete - There will a super-abundance of top players going forward from Day 1C - the final entry day for the World Series of Poker main event, which completed in the early hours of Tuesday local time.
2012 WSOP Event 59 - Dominik Nitsche, a 21-year-old internet poker pro from Minden in Germany, may still be in the early stages of his career but he has already amassed impressive career earnings of over $3.5 million in internet and live tournament competitions.
2012 WSOP Day 1C - Players rush to enter for Day 1C and the last opportunity to go after a cash in this year's main event.
WSOP MAIN EVENT DAY 1B COMPLETED - Further to our report Monday morning, Day1B of the World Series of Poker Main Event has now wrapped with the top ten chip counts as follows:
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 1B - Day 1B of the $10,000 buy-in World Series of Poker main event launched Sunday with 2,114 entrants, boosting total sign-ups so far this year to 3,160 and encouraging officials in their belief that the final numbers will easily top 6,500.
2012 Wsop End Day 1A - Day 1A of the 43rd World Series of Poker main event is in the record books, with 657 players surviving a stellar entry field of 1066 hopefuls.
Barney Frank Marries Gay Lover - One of online gambling's strongest political supporters, Democrat Barney Frank , became the first Congressman to enter into a same-sex union when he married his long-time partner, James Ready this weekend.
2012 WSOP Event 60 - On Saturday 26-year-old Nick Shulman reprised his 2009 victory in the WSOP No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball World Championship, taking down the same $10,000 buy-in event in this year's series for his second bracelet and a winner's prize of $294,321.
2012 WSOP Main Event Day 1A - Poker pro Shaun Deeb's 92-year-old mother - and reportedly a tough poker player - Ellen Deeb did the Shuffle Up and Deal honours Saturday as the main event for this year's World Series of Poker kicked off with a Day 1A entry field of 1,066 - up 19 percent on last year.
2012 Wsop Event 58 - Event 58 - $3,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi/Low Split 8/OB also concluded Friday with Russian 23-year-old former geologist turned poker pro Viacheslav Zhukov besting a field of 526 to claim his second bracelet and a main prize worth $330,277.
2012 Wsop Event 57 - A young internet pro and university drop-out from Maryland, Gregory Merson, earned his first WSOP bracelet and became an instant millionaire when he took down event 57 - the $10,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed competition, earning himself a career-best pay day of $1,136,197.
Roberto Luongo To Play WSOP Main Event - British Columbia was the first Canadian provincial government to launch online gambling operations, and this week the operator, the British Columbia Lottery Corporation, illustrated its interest by announcing it has sponsored the $10,000 buy-in to this year's World Series of Poker main event for Vancouver Canucks hockey star Roberto Luongo.
2012 WSOP Event 56 - Tomas Junek, a 23-year-old internet poker pro from the Czech Republic secured his - and his nation's - first WSOP bracelet and a first prize of $661,022 Thursday
2012 WSOP Event 54 - In the end it was the American who won, celebrating the 4th July in grand style as he claimed his first WSOP bracelet and a handy first prize of $500,075. His very worthy opponent went home with a consolatory second placing check for $309,429.
Esfandiari Wins Big One for One Drop - The biggest prize money in poker history - $18,346,673 - fell to 33-year-old US poker pro Antonio Esfandiari in Las Vegas Tuesday as he dominated a final table distilled from 48 original entrants in the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop tournament
2012 Wsop Event 53 - Willerson's victory was all the more remarkable because he entered the heads up against the highly competent Russian player Vladimir Mefodichev with a 3 to 1 chip disadvantage, but still managed to fight his way back into contention and eventually eliminate his opponent.
FINAL TABLE : 2012 Big One For One Drop - Antonio Esfandiari was leading a drastically reduced field as the million dollar buy-in Big One for One Drop reached the final table stage Tuesday with just eight players left as InfoPowa went to press.
$1 Million Wsop Tournament Starts - Excitement is mounting in Las Vegas as July 1st approaches, and the start of the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop tournament, which will deliver phenomenal rewards, some of them to charity for the relief of water shortages in third world countries.
Player List For Big One For One Drop - The list confirms that all 48 seats in the tournament will be filled by 19 amateurs and 27 professional players, with two satellite seat entrants permitted.
2012 Wsop Event 52 - A four-year WSOP bracelet drought for top woman player Vanessa Selbst was broken this weekend with her triumph in event 52 - $2,500 buy-in 10 Game Mix Six Handed against a field of 421 hopefuls.
2012 WSOP Event 51 : Ladies Only - A relatively unknown poker professional from Denver, 29-year-old Yen Dang, survived a talented entry field of 936 players and a very competitive final table to claim event 51
2012 WSOP Event 50 - Houston, Texas poker pro Panayote Vilandos topped his many previous tournament cashes in World Series of Poker NLHE events over the weekend with a resounding victory in event 50 - $5,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em, earning himself a career best of $952,694 after surviving a stellar field of 1001 entrants.
2012 WSOP Event 49 - Event 49 - $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Holdem Ante Only introduced a new format more familiar to internet aces this year, and the turnout of 939 players, many of them well-known and respected online, will have convinced the organisers that, although unusual in tournament action, this is a keeper.
2012 World Series of Poker event 48 - Little known pro player from Cincinatti and Mason in Ohio, 30-year-old Kenny Hsiung, who triumphed in the end after a marathon fourteen hour final table that emerged from three solid days of top-tier poker.
2012 World Series of Poker event 47 - Atlanta Lawyer Steven Loube scored his first WSOP bracelet and a $267,345 first prize Thursday in the 2012 World Series of Poker event 47 - $1,500 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo, besting a field of 978.
2012 World Series of Poker event 45 - Mizrachi's reward was a bank-account-boosting $1,451,527, which should ease his registration into the upcoming million dollar Big One for One Drop charity competition later this week.
2012 WSOP Event 44 - An impressive 2,949 players took their seats three days ago at the Word Series of Poker, settling in to compete for a share of the $2,654,100 prize pool in event 44 - $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Holdem.
2012 World Series of Poker Event 43 - The career earnings graph for 22-year-old Brooklyn poker player Henry Lu just soared off the top right corner following his win of $654,380 in event 43 - $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em.
2012 WSOP Event 42 -
Ukrainian poker pro Oleksii Kovalchuk is having a great World Series of Poker this year, already cashing in three events and winning a companion to the No Limit Hold'em Six Handed bracelet which he won last year, along with $689,739.
2012 World Series of Poker event 41 - In collecting her second placing prize of $458,996, Glazier joined Amanda Musumeci and Patricia Baker, the other female runners-up in this series thus far
2012 WSOP event 40 -
Massachusetts poker pro Ronnie Bardah won his first World Series of Poker bracelet, and his biggest career cash yet, in event 40 - $2,500 buy-in Limit Hold'em Six Handed after surviving a field of 302 entrants and a hardass final table.
2012 WSOP Event 39 -
Jachtmann said he had flown over from Germany specifically for the event because POL was his favourite game, and one that he played in cash games back home on a regular basis.
2012 WSOP Event 38 -
Nguyen revealed after his victory in the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Holdem competition that he had not planned on joining the 2,533 other entrants, but had been persuaded to do so by a friend who ponied up half the buy-in.
42 Registered for Big One for One Drop -
The $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop charity tournament attracted two more major players this week when Phil Ivey and hedge fund manager David Einhorn threw their hats into the ring following the withdrawal of Tony Guoga.
2012 WSOP Event 36 -
It was third time lucky for Brit poker pro Craig McCorkell in event 36 - $3,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout at the World Series of Poker Thursday. The
2012 WSOP Event 35 -
Massachusetts player Christopher Tryba took down event 35 - a $2,500 Mixed Hold'em Limit/No-Limit contest which attracted 393 hopefuls, among them top international stars.
2012 WSOP Event 34 -
The two players had earlier bested a final table that included Daniel Hindin, Hans Winzeler, Davidi Kitai and Tommy Le, culminating in De Maci's defeat at Level: 28 with the blinds at 30,000-60,000.
2012 WSOP Event 33 -
Overcoming a field of 2 795 in the World Series of Poker $1000 no-limit hold'em event 33, Max Steinberg emerged victorious winning his first gold bracelet and $440 238.
2012 WSOP Event 29 -
Allyn Jaffrey Shulman is $603,713 wealthier this morning after besting former WSOP main event final tabler Dennis Phillips in World Series of Poker event 29 - the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Senior Championship.
2012 WSOP Event 29 -
Event 29, the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Senior Championship at the World Series of Poker will be decided Thursday afternoon Las Vegas time after adjourning in the early hours of Thursday with four players still remaining from the field of 4,128
2012 WSOP Event 30 -
Texas cattle rancher and World Series of Poker regular player Larry Wright upended many predictions on Fathers Day by besting some of the most recognisable names in international poker, winning event 30 - $1,500 Deuce-to-Seven Draw Lowball.
2012 WSOP Event 29 -
One of the biggest fields so far at this year's World Series of Poker is currently playing down to a winner, with just seven survivors from a field of 4,128 left around the final table at the Rio when InfoPowa went to press Monday morning.
2012 Wsop Event 28 -
Canadian poker pro Tim Adams entered the World Series of Poker winner annals this weekend after securing his first winner's bracelet and the main prize of $392,476 in Event 28, a $2,5000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Four Handed competition entered by 750 hopefuls.
2012 Wsop Event 27 -
Ylon Schwartz, the occasionally abrasive chess and poker ace from Brooklyn, New York, has his first World Series of Poker bracelet at last after making several final tables - including one in the main event in 2008 - at the world's biggest poker tournament in the past.
2012 WSOP Event 26 - Scott entered heads up play against Brett Richey with the chip lead and despite an early double up by his opponent continued to deplete Richey’s chip stack until he had him at his mercy and dismissed him with a second placing pay day of $223,492.
2012 WSOP Event 25 - Meinders took home his first bracelet and the main prize of $116,118, leaving his rival with the runner up check for $71,704.
2012 World Series of Poker Event 24 - The World Series of Poker Event 24 - a $5,000 buy-in Limit Omaha Hi/Low Split 8/OB competition this week was one of the most closely watched in this series due to the stellar players it attracted to the 256 entry field
2012 WSOP Event 23 - Toronto, Canada online and live tournament poker pro Simon Charette scored his biggest career win yet Wednesday when he took down World Series of Poker event 23 - the $3,000 buy-in NLHE Six-Handed contest
Mike Sexton Announces He Will Play 1 Million WSOP Event - Veteran poker broadcaster Party Poker pro and player Mike Sexton has announced that he is to play in the million dollar buy-in Big One for One Drop tournament in aid of the third world water charity One Drop at this year's World Series of Poker.
2012 WSOP Event 22 - Randy Ohel, a Las Vegas-based poker pro of some six year's standing, has claimed his first World Series of Poker winner's bracelet in event 22 - $2,500 buy-in Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw Lowball, besting an entry field of 227 players to claim the main prize of $145,247.
2012 WSOP Event 21 - Event 21 - $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em - is in the World Series of Poker history books after a three day battle royale involving 2,799 entrants, and the winner is Belgian pro Michael Gathy.
2012 WSOP Event 20 - Benjamin Big Stack Scholl lived up to his online nickname Tuesday when he took down World Series of Poker event 20 - the $5,000 buy-in Limit Holdem competition for his biggest career cash yet, $206,760...and his first WSOP winner's bracelet.
2012 WSOP Event 19 - A 24-year-old student from Potomac, Maryland, Clifford Goldkind, cleaned up Event 19 - $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold'em Monday to become the latest WSOP bracelet winner, collecting a $559,514 pay check for his time and trouble.
2012 Wsop Event 18 - Poker ace Phil Hellmuth entered the World Series of Poker record books Sunday when he finally managed to win his twelfth victor's bracelet, becoming the top winner in the championship's long history.
2012 Wsop Event 17 - Event 17 at the World Series of Poker - a $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em competition - was the centre of attention Sunday as the final table formed with international ace Phil Ivey a hot favourite to win his ninth WSOP bracelet.
WORLD SERIES OF POKER CHAT APP - Live chat software developer Chatwing has launched a chat widget that can help enthusiasts get useful and up to date information on the World Series of Poker championship currently running at the Rio in Las Vegas.
2012 WSOP Event 16 - Matt Matros, a professional poker player from New York, claimed his third World Series of Poker winner's bracelet in three consecutive years over the weekend when he bested an entry field of 1,604 to win event 16, a $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Six Handed competition.
2012 WSOP Event 15 - Las Vegas poker pro Adam Friedman defeated a final table loaded with top players at the weekend to take down the World Series of Poker event 15 - the $5,000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud Hi/Low Split 8/OB.
2012 Wsop Event 14 - Brandon Schaefer entered the WSOP on a whim, and took home a bracelet and $311,174.
2012 WSOP Event 13 - Veteran live tournament player David Arsht from Radnor, Pennsylvania is the latest recipient of a World Series of Poker winner's bracelet, taking home the main prize of $211,921 in event 13
2012 WSOP Event 12 - Brian Hastings, a respected online high stakes player famed for his multi-million dollar encounters on the virtual felt against Viktor Blom, has his first World Series of Poker bracelet.
2012 Wsop Event Number 11 - In event 11, the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha contest, 970 players entered, creating a prize pool of $1,309,500.
2012 WSOP Event 10 - Thirty-year-old Californian poker pro John Monette will be celebrating tonight after winning event 10 at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas - a $5,000 buy-in Seven-Card Stud competition that attracted a stellar field of 145 players and generated a prize pool of $681,500.
2012 Wsop Event 9 - Canadian poker pro Ashkan Razavi added to his growing list of career cashes Wednesday with his biggest take-home yet - the impressive $781,398 main prize in event 9 of the 43rd World Series of Poker
2012 WSOP Event 8 - The latest bracelet winner in the 43rd World Series of Poker tournament currently underway in Las Vegas is a 71-year-old financial sector executive, Herbert Tapscott of Alabama, who bested a field of 967 players in event 8, the $1,500 buy-in Omaha Hi/Low Split 8/OB
2012 Wsop Event 7 - Most poker fans would agree that World Series of Poker veteran and highly respected poker pro Andy Bloch is one of the most deserving of a winner's bracelet in the world's biggest poker tournament, yet the cards have thus far decreed that it was not to be.
Wsop Event 6 - After four days of intense poker, the French pro bested a field of 409 to claim the main prize of $480,584 on his third career final table.
2012 Wsop Event 5 - Las Vegas-based poker pro Daniel Negreanu had no luck with the number five this week, losing out on his attempt to win a fifth World Series of Poker bracelet when he was eliminated in the fifth spot of Event 5, the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Holdem tournament.
WSOP Event 4 - Playing with skill and discipline, Zeidman dismissed an impressive list of poker celebrities to take down Event 4: Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better. Among the expert players in the field were Michael Mizrachi, Mike Sexton and Chris Bjorin.
WSOP Event #3: Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em / Pot-Limit Omaha - Tallahassee, Florida poker pro Leif Force, a seasoned live tournament campaigner with 31 cashes - five of them first prizers - under his belt, claimed his first World Series of Poker bracelet this week when he bested an impressive list of top players in the $3,000 buy-in Heads Up NLHE-PLO event.
Wsop Event 2 won by Brent Hanks - Former school teacher turned live and online poker pro Brent Hanks claimed the first of the World Series of Poker open event winner bracelets Wednesday after besting an entry field of 2,101 in event 2, the $1,500 buy-in NLHE competition.
Wsop Event #2:$1500 No-Limit Hold'em - Following Sunday's WSOP kick-off event for casino employees the first of the open events, a $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold'em competition, started Monday with internationally famous ace and eight-time winner bracelet recipient Phil Ivey among the more than 2,000 entrants.
Wsop Event 1 - The first of the 2012 World Series of Poker winners bracelets has been claimed by California blackjack dealer Chiab Saechao, who won the $500 buy-in Casino Employees event Tuesday.
Nevada To Allow WSOP Betting : Gamblers will have an opportunity to bet on the World Series of Poker this year following a ruling by the Nevada Gambling Control Board that allows licenced bookmakers, pursuant to a number of conditions, to post and accept wagers on the final day of all events
WORLD SERIES OF POKER RULES EASED : With the 2012 World Series of Poker just weeks away, organisers held a media briefing this week, outlining a more moderate application of the rules on chat and over-exuberant celebration at the tables.
Player wins a seat in the Big One for One Drop tournament : A million dollar sponsored seat in poker's most expensive poker tournament, the World Series of Poker Big One for One Drop has been won by a Montreal player competing with 57 others in the $25,000 Grand Tournoi de Poker Loto-Quebec satellite tournament.
PKR Wsop Fantasy App - In a move clearly timed to coincide with the advent of the World Series of Poker next week, 3D online poker operator PKR has launched a new Facebook-friendly app that enables users to select their own fantasy poker team for the industry's biggest poker championship, and share it with their friends.
2012 WSOP Bracelet Unveiled - Wednesday May 23, 2012 : The 43rd World Series of Poker designer bracelet 2012 has been officially unveiled, adorned with white diamonds, black diamonds and a whole lot of gold.
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