Three-time bracelet winner Antonio Esfandiari came into day 5 of the 2019 WSOP main event with 2.6 million in chips. Midway through the day he had chipped up to around 6 million to rocket up the leaderboard with just 182 players remaining. Card Player TV caught up with Esfandiari on a break in the action to learn about his day so far, a key hand he played, and more.
Phil Ivey is BACK! The elusive 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner has made a deep run in the 2018 Main Event. This time he’s making some serious moves on the secondary featured table. This hand got a lot of people talking, but not many got a chance to see it. Fortunately, at PolkerNews Productions, we have the technology to simulate an exact replica of what went down.
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Subscribe for more wsop vlog, news, comedy, and hand breakdowns. Poker Hands is the show where Doug analyzes live poker hands from tv poker shows such as Poker After Dark, EPT (European Poker Tour), High Stakes Poker, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the Aussie Millions, WPT (World Poker Tour) the Big One For One Drop, and the PCA (Pokerstars Carribean Adventure). He especially enjoys reviewing hands by popular high stakes pros like Viktor “Isildur” Blom, Fedor Holz, Dan Cates (Jungleman), Tom “Durrrr” Dwan, Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey, and Daniel Negreanu.