WATCH: Why Phil Hellmuth Was Playing $2/$5 At The Rio With Andrew Neeme

Andrew Neeme is absolutely killing the vlog game these days and it seems that he is also winning the admiration of the most elite poker pros; so much so that Phil Hellmuth joined Neeme at this $2/$5 no limit holdem game.

Watch the encounter below, but in true Poker Brat style, Hellmuth wastes no time in promoting his new biography that he is hoping will become a best seller.

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Check Out The ESPN 30 For 30 Podcast On The Phil Ivey Cheating Scandal

ESPN has released a new podcast all on Phil Ivey’s Baccarat cheating scandal.

In case you missed it, Ivey has been embroiled in the cheating scandal since 2012 when he was accused of edge sorting while playing Punto Banco (a form of Baccarat) with his playing partner Cheung Yin Sun at the Crockfords Casino.

Earlier this month, Phil Ivey took his case to the UK Supreme Court to contest Crockfords Casino withholding his £7.8 million in winnings from 2012.

The drama is far from over for Ivey as he has a similar case pending with Borgata in New Jersey. Borgata wants the poker superstar to pay $10.1 million in restitution and another $5.4 million in “expectation damages” because it contends that Ivey “broke the rules of gambling as defined in [New Jersey]” when winning $10 million from the Borgata, again playing Baccarat in 2012.

Check out the podcast trailer below that is being pitched as an audio documentary to learn more about the scandal and what’s next for Ivey and his partner in crime Cheung Yin Sun.

You can subscribe and listen to the whole podcast here.

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PokerStars Summer Series Kicks Off in New Jersey

Now that the World Series of Poker has crowned its 2017 Main Event Champion, those in New Jersey can shift their attention to the new PokerStarsNJ Summer Series.

10 events still remain in the series that is guaranteeing $300,000 in prize money. The $75K GTD Main Event takes place on July 30.

Buy-ins for the series range from $50 up to $1000, but special Spin & Go’s that award a $400 ticket to the Main Event are running with just a $2.50 buy-in.

Check out the entire schedule here.

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WATCH: Scott Blumstein Wins The 2017 WSOP Main Event

Card Player TV caught up with WSOP Main Event winner Scott Blumstein moments after he won the title and the first-place prize of $8,150,000.

Watch the moment he won and what he had to say about taking the title in such an iconic event.

A few days ago, Blumstein sat down with Joey Ingram on his Poker Life Podcast about what it meant to make the WSOP Main Event Final table as the chip leader. Check it out below.

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