Tournament Results Directory



Who just took down a major poker tournament? Who just took down the Sunday Million on Pokerstars? Who just won the L.A. Poker Classic? We'll cover all of the big wins and heartbreaking defeats in this section.


Upcoming Hold'em Tournament Notice: Showdown at the Sands: Million Dollar Deal

The 2003 Showdown at the Sands is slated to take place over the next couple of days. Stay with us for updates of all of the latest action from the event.

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35 Players "Win" Super High Roller Bowl Lottery

The lottery for the Super High Roller Bowl was held earlier today, with names like Isaac Haxton and Erik Seidel both earning spots.

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World Poker Finals 2003 Info

The 2003 World Poker Finals from the Foxwoods Resort and Casino will be taking place soon - stay tuned to this page for all of the latest action from the event.

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2004 World Series of Poker: How Online Players Can Compete

How can an online poker player qualify for the 2004 World Series of Poker? How can a player best follow in the footsteps of 2003 champion Chris Moneymaker?

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Greg Kolo Day One Chip Leader at Showdown at the Sands

Greg Kolo is the current chipleader at the Showdown at the Sands tournament after day one of the event. Many strong players remain, so Kolo will have his work cut out for him.

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Paul Wolfe Day Two Chip Leader at Showdown at the Sands

Paul Wolfe is your current chipleader after Day 2 at the 2003 Showdown at the Sands event. Wolfe still faces a very stacked field, and will have a difficult time taking down the tournament.

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Showdown at the Sands 2003 Winner: Myung John

John Myung has taken down the 2003 Showdown at the Sands and the one million dollar cash prize that accompanied the victory.

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Erick Lindgren wins the Party Poker Million III

Erick Lindgren bested his good friend Daniel Negreanu to take down the third edition of the Party Poker Million. Lindgren took down the first place prize of one million dollars for his victory in the event.

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James Vogl wins first major event of WSOP

James Vogl got the 2004 World Series of Poker off to a strong start when he took down the $2,000 No Limit Hold'em event. The number of entries for the tournament was staggering, which should bode well for the rest of the tournament.

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Bay 101 Shooting Stars 2005 Results

Results from the 2005 Bay 101 Shooting Stars main event. The final table of the event has now been set, and Gus Hansen currently has a healthy chip stack heading into the final day.

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Jeff Lisandro Wins WSOP Circuit Championship Event

Jeff Lisandro, one of the best poker players in the world that flies very much under the radar, won over $500k at the WSOP Circuit Championship in Lake Tahoe this week.

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WSOP Update: Down to 58 Players

The 2005 World Series of Poker main event is now down to just 58 players. 6,000 people took part in the main event, and less than 1% remain. Who will take down poker's most prestigious event?

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Joseph Hachem Wins 2005 World Series of Poker

Joe Hachem, a relative unknown in the world of poker, has just taken down poker's most prestigious tournament - the World Series of Poker main event. More details enclosed in this article..

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The 2007 World Series of Poker Is Just Around the Corner..



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Sorel Mizzi, aka "Imper1um", Finishes Third at Irish Poker Open



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Rainkhan Has Won Five World Series of Poker Seats Already



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Online Poker Stars Shining at the WPT Championships



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Blake "DoubleLucky" Buffington Wins $2500 Bellagio Seniors Event



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Justin "Zeejustin" Bonomo Comes in Second at the H.O.R.S.E. WSOP Circuit Event



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The Marathon That Is the $1500 No Limit Hold'em Event



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Justin "Zeejustin" Bonomo Bounced from World Series of Poker $2k Event



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Vanessa Selbst Takes Down World Poker Tour Ladies Event at the L.A. Poker Classic



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Michael Pickett Takes Down World Series of Poker Circuit Event at Harrah's Rincon Resort & Casino



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Daniel "Kidpoker" Negreanu Takes Down His Second High Stakes Showdown on Pokerstars



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2008 EPT Copenhagen Event Begins on Tuesday



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Peter Eastgate Leads EPT Copenhagen (Scandinavian Open) Heading Into Day 2



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Rasmus Hede Nielsen Leads EPT Copenhagen After Day 2

Rasmus Hede Nielsen is currently leading the EPT Copenhagen, and hopes to stake his claim to the first place prize of over 800k Euros.

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Tim Vance Leading EPT Copenhagen Event Heading Into Final Table

Tim Vance, who qualified through a satellite on Pokerstars, is currently leading the EPT Copenhagen event heading into the final day of play.

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Tim Vance Takes Down EPT Copenhagen (Scandinavian Open) Event

Tim Vance turned a satellite package on Pokerstars into a victory at the 2008 EPT Copenhagen event, taking down over 800k Euros for his victory.

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Kyle Burnside Chipleader of L.A. Poker Classic (WPT) After Day 3; Ivey, Tilly Lurk Near Top of Leaderboard

Kyle Burnside is currently the chipleader of the LA Poker Classic with 58 players remaining in the event. Burnside will have his work cut out for him, as the field is still loaded with high-end talent.

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Phil Ivey Chipleader of L.A. Poker Classic After Day 4

Phil Ivey is currently the chipleader of the L.A. Poker Classic, and is poised to make yet another deep run in a WPT event. Can he win this time?

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Annette "Annette_15" Obrestad Takes Down Sunday Hundred Grand

Annette Obrestad, best known for her victory in the main event of the World Series of Poker Europe, recently took down the Sunday Hundred Grand on Pokerstars.

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Chris Moore Wins the 2008 Wynn Classic

Chris Moore recently overcame an incredibly deep field to take down the 2008 Wynn Classic for almost $700k.

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Mark Spellman Leading 2008 Irish Poker Open After Day 2

Mark Spellman is currently leading the 2008 Irish Poker Open after two days of play. He is well ahead of Lars Hougaard with 52 players remaining.

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Hevad "RainKhAN" Khan Takes Down Sunday Warm-Up on Pokerstars

Hevad Khan, known for his outlandish antics in the World Series of Poker, recently took down the Sunday Warm-up on Pokerstars for almost $100k.

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2009 Aussie Millions $100,000 Tournament Gets Underway Friday Night

The fourth edition of the ridiculously expensive 100,000 AUD tournament will get underway on Friday night at the Aussie Millions. Howard Lederer, last year's champion in this event, will be looking to defend his crown.

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2009 Aussie Millions Main Event To Get Underway on Sunday

The main event of the 2009 Aussie Millions is set to get underway on Sunday afternoon local time. Will a big-name player such as Phil Ivey take down the event? Stay tuned to find out.

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David Steicke Takes Down 100k High Rollers Challenge At The Aussie Millions

David Steicke, a relatively unknown in the world of poker, managed to outlast an incredibly stacked field to take down the 2009 High Rollers Challenge at the Aussie Millions.

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The $40,000 No Limit Hold'em Event At The World Series of Poker

The World Series of Poker announced that there will be a $40,000 No Limit Hold'em event this year to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the World Series of Poker.

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"Gboro780" Takes Down Event #10 in FTOPS XI

Steve Gross, otherwise known as gboro780 online, took down event #10 in the 11th edition of the FTOPS for just around $275,000.

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Two-Day $2500 No Limit Hold'em Event Underway in FTOPS XI

The prestigious two-day $2500 No Limit Hold'em tournament is underway at FTOPS XI. All of the big names have since been knocked out of the tournament, leading a number of top

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Antonio Esfandiari Leads Stacked Field After Day 2 of 2009 L.A. Poker Classic

Antonio Esfandiari and Kofi Farkye are amongst the leaders of the 2009 L.A. Poker Classic after day 2 of the event. Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu are also both still alive in the event.

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First Round Draw For the 2009 National Heads-Up Championship Has Been Released

The first round match-up for the 2009 National Heads-Up Poker Championships have now been released. Some of the intriguing first round match-ups include Lindgren vs Lederer and Benyamine vs Hansen.

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Steve Brecher Takes Down The 2009 Bay 101 Shooting Star Championship

Steve Brecher navigated through a loaded field to take down the 2009 Bay 101 Shooting Star main event. Brecher, a Full Tilt pro, had to dispatch of the tough Kathy Liebert in heads-up action to capture the title.

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Jason Mercier Wins $25,000 High Roller Event at SHRPO

Jason Mercier outlasted a very tough field to win the $25,000 High Roller event at the SHRPO.

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Poker Fans: Decision To Scrap "November Nine" Was Right One

According to poker fans, the decision to scrap the November Nine final table format was absolutely the right one.

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