John Hennigan (left) and Mori Eskandani (right) have been inducted into the prestigious Poker Hall of Fame.
The owner of the Hall of Fame, The World Series of Poker, announced last Thursday that the two people shall become their 55th and 56th members for their exclusive club. The 10 finalists were announced earlier this month right after an online nomination procedure.
Joe Cada may have finished only at 5th place in the Main Event of this year's WSOP (for $2,150,000), but that's probably okay with him because after a few days, he has gotten his fourth career bracelet when he took down Event #75: The Closer - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em for $612,886!
The poker player who has made himself super busy during the first half of the year 2018 and has been reaping a lot of cash prizes and recognition for all his hard work is none other than Justin Bonomo, and now the latest achievement that he can potentially put under his name could be that he'll win a summer tournament that is worth $10 million in cash prize.
It took almost a full decade since his last knockout win, but on Sunday July 15 Manny Pacquiao reminded everyone, especially his fans, that there's still so much more left in him.
Manny Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 Kos), who will turn 40 years old in December, erased rising suspicions that he was definitely past his prime by showing scenarios of his old self in a one-sided boxing takedown of Argentine brawler Lucas Matthysse at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup Final is the football match that every fan is excited to talk about, as this will determine the winner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The upcoming event shall be the 21st final of the FIFA World Cup, a tournament held every 4 years in which men's national teams of the member associations of FIFA battle it out on the field. The winners of the World Cup will then qualify for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup.
The excitement gets higher as each day passes by at the 2018 WSOP Main Event, because as more and more players get eliminated, then the more difficult it is for the remaining ones to stay afloat in the hopes of finally winning that coveted Main Event championship bracelet as well as the humongous first-place prize money worth more than $8.8 million!
It looks like Phil Hellmuth can't stop smiling, because he has finally won the 15th bracelet of his poker career in this year's WSOP Event #71 $5,000 NLHE (30-min levels) and he even has a plump sum of $485,082 to take home to his wife!
If you ask the players, the third-place play-off between England and Belgium in the 2018 World Cup is a game that nobody really wants to play in. There's going to be a new hero to hoist the trophy on July 15, and this match may very well be the described as the closing curtain for that momentous event. However, this particular match shall allow the England team to end their 2018 campaign onto a more positive outlook and it allows them an intriguing rematch with group-stage adversary Belgium.
The final table has finally been set in the 2018 WSOP $10,000 Main Event World Championship. From a player field of 7,874 entries in total (the 2nd biggest field in the tournament's history), now there are only nine players left to battle it out for the championship gold bracelet and the first place prize money of a whopping $8.8 million.
Being able to outlast a field of 901 entries is an achievement done by Ronald Keijzer, who won his very first bracelet and he takes home with him a plump $475,033 payday in Event #69 $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed.