Steve Dannenmann

(Left) The 2005 WSOP main event runner-up reflects on his championship final table, the year of Joe Hachem.


(Right) Dannenmann talks about his infamous Dannenmann Notes' that helped him achieve 2nd place.

Gavin Smith

(Left) The World Poker Tour Season VI 'Player of the Year' compares that accomplishment to winning a WSOP bracelet.


James Leighton

(Right) The author of Alligaor Blood discusses his subject Daniel Tzvetkoff's playboy lifestyle. The Intabill founder is a key player in the fall of onlne poker in America.

Matt Stout

(Left) @MattStoutPoker has won close to $4million online & $3.5 million live. Here, he talks about the importance of sleep & massage at the World Series of Poker.


Burt Boutin

(Right) 'Red Bull' Burt has won two WSOP bracelets, pot-limit hold'em & PLO w/ rebuts. What's it like going to the casino cashier's cage with a million dollar score?

Ryan Laplante

(Left) The WSOP bracelet winner talks about three of the poker players he respects most; Daniel Negreanu, Dan Colman & Phil Hellmuth.


(Right) Just how tough is online poker?

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Books
Play by Play Poker Like Johnny Chan, by Johnny Chan and Mark Karowe, 2005.
Million Dollar Hold'em: Winning Big in Limit cash Games, by Johnny Chan and Mark Karowe, 2006.

This is what they're playing for...
It is considered the most coveted, non-monetary prize in poker - the WSOP bracelet! Since 1976, a bracelet has been awarded to the winner of every event at the annual World Series of Poker. In the early years only a few were handed out. In 1990, 14 bracelets were won. By 2000, that number jumped to 24. In 2014, there were 65 bracelet events at the RIO. Bracelets are also handed out at the World Series of Poker Europe, the WSOP National Championship and the World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific.


Did you know?
Johnny Chan is the last player to win back-to-back WSOP main events, a feat many think will never be duplicated because of the large & talented tournament fields these days. Jerry Buss, who was an avid poker player and owner of the LA Lakers, promised Chan an NBA championship ring if he could win three in a row. Chan tried! The 'Oriental Express' was dethroned of his three-peat effort when he lost heads-up to Phil Hellmuth in 1989. He was that close to three straight!


Tidbit: Chan is known for keeping a "lucky" orange in front of him on the table, an effort to keep the smell of cigarette smoke away.

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William Kassouf

(Left) #9highlikeaboss! Kassouf finished 17th in the 2016 WSOP main event dazzling crowds with his 'speech play'. What is it?


Allen Kessler

(Right) The 'Chainsaw' examines the 2016 Poker Hall of Fame inductions of Todd Brunson & Carlos Mortensen.

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- Steve Wynn


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David Chicotsky

(Left) What's the #1 mistake in poker? 'The Maven' explains:


Johnny Hughes

(Right)Was Buddy Holly a good poker player? Plus, Benny Binion, Johnny Moss & gambling cheats.

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