What does Erica Schoenberg think about her relationship with David Benyamine, her WSOP final table appearance and women in the industry? Schoenberg shares all with Michele Lewis.
Would Roland de Wolfe choose champs or chumps to fill up his fantasy final table?
Paul Wasicka's second-place finish at the WSOP main event just put him in front of the camera. What he did on the felt before and after that tournament put him on the road to poker stardom.
How does a two-time WSOP bracelet winner spend his days? At college of course.
Bluff caught up with some of the final table participants of the 2005 WSOP main event to find out what each of them is doing these days.
Marcel Luske is mentoring 10 promising poker players. Be careful, the "Circle of Outlaws" is coming to a table near you.
Phil Laak discusses morphic resonance and how he feels his cards are no longer safe with a hole-card camera.
Jeff Madsen won two bracelets and made four final tables during the 2006 WSOP. How has Madsen's life changed over the past year? Bluff magazine found out with a special visit with "The Kid."
Bluff reflects on the players that made up the 10 greatest final tables so far this century.
Jeff Madsen is trying to be a normal 21-year-old college student, but the millions in his account are persuading him to go in a different direction.
Bluff magazine finds out more about the 21-year-old phenom who won two WSOP bracelets.
The return of the richest poker game of all time. The view from the Wynn, Table 3, Seat 7 on Days 8 and 9.