Following the addition of Super High Roller Bowl London and Super High Roller Bowl Australia episodes to PokerGO.com, more episodes will now be added from those stops as a total of 14 episodes from the British Poker Open and Australian Poker Open are now available to watch for free on
The first-ever global professional poker ranking system, the PokerGO Tour™ was unveiled today by PokerGO®. This groundbreaking endeavor signifies a historic moment in the sport of poker, with tens of millions of dollars at stake across 150 tournaments spanning across the globe. The PokerGO Tour™ will mark the first time an
Today, Poker Central announced its latest sponsorship as Global Poker, a social online poker room, will become the official online poker partner for a number of Poker Central’s premier live events. This partnership will include Poker Central’s slate of top tier poker tournaments including Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Masters, U.S.
The Australian Poker Open is a wrap and Stephen Chidwick is its inaugural champion while Michael Addamo took down the $100,000 Main Event to close out the series. Addamo collected $1,288,000 for this win today while Chidwick, who finished fourth for $280,000, brought his total for the series to $949,000
The concluding event of the 2020 Australian Poker Open was the Event #7: AU$100,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event from inside the The Star Gold Coast. Following 15 levels of play, just five players would remain with Australian Michael Addamo holding the chip lead with 2,707,000 heading into Saturday's PokerGO streamed
Canadian pro Luc Greenwood took down the biggest first prize of the week so far by winning Event #6 of the Australian Poker Open for $700,000! At this final table, Hungarian Andras Nemeth collected enough points in the Championship race to leave himself with five remaining challengers for the $50,000
The fifth event of the 2020 Australian Poker Open was Event #5: AU$25,000 No-Limit Hold'em held from inside The Star Gold Coast. After almost 18 levels of play, just six players would remain with Seth Davies holding the chip lead with 1,570,000 heading into Thursday's PokerGO streamed Event #5 final