The Main event of PSC Barcelona enters Day 5 and its final weekend. The full trailer for Molly’s Game released after teaser last week. These stories and more are in the Friday Hit and Run.
PokerStars Championship Barcelona Main Event Concludes This Weekend
Day 4 of the PokerStars Championship Barcelona is in the books with 16 of the original 1,682 players remaining. Earlier in the day Nick Petangelo finished the day in 19th place. Team PokerStars Pro Andre Akkari will head into Day 5 with the chip lead at 6,160,000 chips followed by Brian Kaufman with 5,480,0000. The winner of the event will take home over €1.4 million.
The final table of PSC Barcelona is scheduled for August 27th.
You can watch the action this weekend below:
In other live tournament action this weekend, the World Poker Tour will make its forth stop of Season XVI for the WPT Legends of Poker from The Bicycle Casino in California.
– The CEO of the NYX Gaming Group sees huge potential not only for online gambling in the United States, but also for sports betting. The expansion of sports betting could be determined by the Supreme Court, where the New Jersey sports case will be heard this fall. A favorable outcome there could lead to other states giving sports betting a fresh look.
– After a teaser trailer was released last week, poker fans now catch the full trailer for Molly’s Game, set to hit theaters on November 22nd.
– ICYMI check out the hand from the Phil Hellmuth-Jungleman hand from King of the Hell that has the poker world talking.
– Part Time Poker’s Alex Weldon writes about the personalities on PokerGo’s newly revamped Poker After Dark over the last couple weeks and what is needed to “spice” things up.
– Check it out: PokerNews blog post from a homeless poker pro living in his car in Las Vegas.
– Today’s classic Grinderschool.com poker training video examines flop strategies in PokerStars Zoom 6-max games. This episode is part 11 in a 16 part series.
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