Tune in at PokerGO for some exciting non-Hold'em action as players come back to find the 2023 WSOP Razz champion.
Most poker fans out there enjoy watching the Cadillac of Poker, No-Limit Texas Hold’em. However, when it comes to the World Series of Poker, there is much more on the menu, and PokerGO is here to provide an encompassing coverage of the 2023 WSOP that doesn’t discriminate.
On today’s broadcasting schedule, you’ll find the final table of the prestigious $10,000 Razz Championship. The game itself may not be as exciting as NLHE, but it has its appeal, especially among poker veterans who honed their skills long before Hold’em pretty much took over.
Among those returning for the final day of play are a few big names, including Talal Shakerchi, sitting on the biggest stack to kick things off, and Nick Schulman, who’s on the quest for his second WSOP bracelet this summer.
The field included quite a few more names you’ll certainly recognize, such as Brian Rast, Daniel Negreanu, Shaun Deeb, but all of them were sent to the rail along the way.
So, if you are in a mood for some non-Hold’em action, head on over to PokerGO, register for your account using the code POKERFUSE to get 15% off your subscription, and enjoy the best World Series of Poker coverage you can get.
PokerStars brings out another exciting episode of the new show that brings together the excitement of poker on the big stage and F1 racing.
The new episode of the Between the Lines series is out, powered by PokerStars and Oracle Red Bull Racing. This time around, the focus is on overcoming diversities and coming back from unfavorable situations to get across the finish line.
In case you missed the memo, the new four-part series draws parallels between poker and F1 racing, looking at the qualities of a champion, whether they are sitting behind a steering wheel or a stack of chips.
The new episode features Max Verstappen, who puts all his skill to work in the Grand Prix Belgium to overtake the competition and make an amazing comeback to win the trophy.
Simultaneously, Giuliano Bendinelli does the unthinkable, turning just one big blind into a chip-lead stack in the EPT Barcelona Main Event and going one to win the whole thing.
It is another fast-paced and adrenaline-filled episode of Between the Lines that masterfully encases a path to victory, with all the ups and downs along the way, in just over ten minutes, so make sure to check it out.
If you happen to feel inspired to jump into the action yourself, the racetrack may be out of reach, but you can certainly head over to PokerStars, where the game is always on, and new winners are created every minute!