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  1. Day 1A: 943 Players On Opening Day

    Andrew Feldman

    Registration for Day 1A has closed at 943 players. While that number is down from last year (1,066), the WSOP staff remains strong to their claim that they are pacing for a 7,000-player event. If so, the next two days should be huge. The energy ha...

    Blog | July 06, 2013
  2. Day 1C: Duhamel, Negreanu, Pierce advance

    Andrew Feldman

    From Cupcake Wars to comedians to NBA stars to a long day of intense poker action, Day 1C offered it all. On a day when 2,181 players started their main event, the attention at the Rio was focused mainly on a handful of players that stood out from th...

    Blog | July 10, 2011
  3. 2011 WSOP Main Event Blog: Jonathan Duhamel, Brad Garrett and Pau...

    Andrew Feldman

    2011 WSOP Main Event Blog: Jonathan Duhamel, Brad Garrett and Paul Pierce highlight Day 1C survivors

    Blog | Conversation | July 10, 2011
  4. Paul Pierce keeping focused on Day 1C

    Andrew Feldman

    A total of 2,181 players started play on Day 1C, and after the end of Level 4, fewer than 1,300 have kept their dreams of a WSOP main event title alive. Chris Moneymaker, Chad Brown, James Akenhead, Fabrice Soulier and David Benyamine all have been e...

    Blog | July 10, 2011
  5. 2011 WSOP Main Event Blog: Paul Pierce cruising through four leve...

    Andrew Feldman

    Paul Pierce cruising through four levels on Day 1C

    Blog | Conversation | July 09, 2011
  6. NCAA tournament: Andrew Feldman: Tournament Challenge final numbe...

    Andrew Feldman

    Andrew Feldman looks at the final data from the ESPN.com Men's Tournament Challenge.

    Story | Conversation | March 19, 2009
  7. Bracket trends for 2009 Tournament Challenge

    Andrew Feldman

    Andrew Feldman reflects on the selections of participants in the ESPN.com men's Tournament Challenge.

    Story | Conversation | March 17, 2009
  8. Survival at its best

    Andrew Feldman

    The hand played itself. There was nothing that Mike Stegemann could have done to avoid his final hand of the 2006 World Series of Poker. Sometimes, it just happens that way. Stegemann, the ESPN Poker Club winner, started Day 1A on a high note as in...

    Blog | July 29, 2006
  9. Survival at its best

    Andrew Feldman

    The hand played itself. There was nothing that Mike Stegemann could have done to avoid his final hand of the 2006 World Series of Poker. Sometimes, it just happens that way. Stegemann, the ESPN Poker Club winner, started Day 1A on a high note as in...

    Blog | Conversation | July 29, 2006