Mark Newhouse called his ninth-place WSOP finish in 2013 the worst place to finish emotionally. He'll have a chance at redemption in November.
Bernard Lee provides a personal look into the World Series of Poker main event and what makes the tournament one of a kind
Joe Cada, Greg Raymer and Phil Hellmuth will celebrate milestone anniversaries in 2014 of their WSOP main event victories.
Bernard Lee followed a strategic and calculated approach with hopes of qualifying for the 2014 WSOP Circuit National Championship.
The Heartland Poker Tour continues to thrive after 10 years
Daniel Negreanu named GPI's Player of the Decade after a dominant 2013
Bernard Lee reflects on the poker industry in 2013.
Bernard Lee breaks down the heads-up matchup for the 2013 WSOP main event title between Ryan Riess and Jay Farber
Michiel Brummelhuis has remained under the radar during the November Nine hiatus. Will that help his hopes of becoming the first Dutch WSOP main event champion?
David Benefield enters the 2013 WSOP main event final table as the short stack and "Raptor" is ready to make history in Vegas.
Sylvain Loosli traded in his cash game dedication for one trip to the WSOP. Now, at the final table, he's ready to leave Las Vegas with the title that could change his life.
It's an unusual story, but without the NHL lockout, Marc-Etienne McLaughlin may never have committed himself to the hobby he now loves and the game that can change his life.
Mark Newhouse was on top of the poker world in 2006, but after career and life struggles, his chance at complete redemption comes seven years later at the WSOP main event final table.
Ryan Riess' journey to stardom in the poker world came unexpectedly, but now that he's at the 2013 WSOP main event final table, there might be no stopping the WSOP Circuit grinder.
Bernard Lee recaps the second half of the 2013 World Series of Poker and highlights what's still in play for the pros this year.
Records continue to be broken at the 2013 World Series of Poker. Bernard Lee offers the highlights of the first 31 events in Vegas.