Best of World Series of Poker - Lon and Norm's Picks

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  • Season 1
    • Joe Cada Championship
      11/1/10
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      A 21 year old Michigan poker professional named Joe Cada who chose cards over college won the 2009 World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas, winning $8.55 million and becoming the youngest player to win the tournament in its 40 year history.
    • The Money Bubble Bursts
      11/1/10
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      The tension runs high as these 2009 players look to cash in for at least $21,365. But they'll have to navigate through a field of tough pros and former champions. Perhaps the biggest name remaining, Phil Ivey is center stage at the feature table. Considered the best poker player on the planet, Ivey is coming off a World Series that saw him win two bracelets. Tonight the world gets to watch the greatest player on the planet take advantage of those just hoping to make some money. Ivey, though, has his sights on what 6 other players in the field all ready have, a Main Event bracelet. Former champions Joseph Hachem and Peter Eastgate will play at table 2, while out in the field are the other 4 champions, Chris Ferguson, Dan Harrington, Bobby Baldwin and Phil Hellmuth. Also looking to cash is actor Lou Diamond Phillips, other pros Greg Mueller, Tom Schneider, JC Tran, and the 3rd Place finisher from last year, Dennis Phillips.moreless
    • Isaac Haxton and Vitaly Lunkin
      11/1/10
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      Both Lon McEachern and Norman Chad will call all the exciting action this year at the 2009 World Series of Poker. The $40k No-Limit Hold'em Championship table has reached its final four as Dani Stern, Greg Raymer, Vitaly Lunkin and Isaac Haxton look to reach poker prominence.
    • Dean Hammerick, the Bubble Boy
      11/1/10
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      The biggest tournament in the poker world continues on Day 7 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2008. Only 18 players remain at the greatest poker tournament in the world as poker players like Tiffany Michelle, David Rheem (2 WSOP Final Tables), Michael Carroll (4th WSOP Career Cash), and Dennis Phillips have all put themselves in position to make a run at the $ 10,000 No Limit Hold'Em World Championship Final Table. However, no spot is guaranteed as a 27-year old from Moscow, Russia named Ivan Demidov looks to play the role of the spoiler.moreless
    • Scotty Nguyen's Meltdown
      11/1/10
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      Only two tables remain as 18 players battle for their seats at the Main Event table in 2007. However, all eyes will be on Scotty Nguyen trying to become the first two-time champion since Johnny Chan who accomplished the feat back in 1988.
    • Alex Jacob and Ciaran O'Leary
      11/1/10
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      The second episode of the 2007 WSOP brings viewers inside the 1,500 dollar No Limit Hold 'em Event. This event traditionally draws the second largest field of the WSOP, and this year was no exception with 2,998 participants and a total prize pool of 4,997,000 dollars.
    • Joe Hachem Championship
      11/1/10
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      This is the Super Bowl of Poker from 2005. The best 9-Poker players in the World vie for Five Million Dollars! Only one individual is officially crowned a poker champion.
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