2010 World Series Of Poker

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world series of pokerSince 2003, the World Series of Poker has been rising in popularity. The 2010 World Series of Poker promises to be one of the biggest that the series has ever seen. The Main Event of the World Series of Poker holds the top six slots on a list of the largest tournament prize pools, and the events are continuing to grow. With the reduced buy-ins that the 2010 WSOP entails, more players should be able to get involved this year than ever before. Being that the events are attracting more players, satellites through online poker rooms are growing even cheaper, and poker is growing even larger in popularity, the 2010 World Series of Poker is well on its way to becoming one of the biggest that the Series has ever seen.

As with 2009, the 2010 WSOP has 57 events on the ballot. The buy-ins for many of these events have been reduced, with tournament access for as low as $1,000 and as high as $50,000. The 2010 World Series of Poker has Texas Hold 'em events, Omaha, stud, mixed games, razz games, and even shoot outs and heads up tournaments, so no matter what sort of player you may be, there is an event that is available to you. We have compiled a 2010 WSOP Schedule in order to show you each game, as well as the 2010 WSOP Results with for each event.

2010 World Series of Poker Schedule | 2010 World Series of Poker Results

2010 WSOP News

Latest News from the 2010 World Series of Poker
7/18/2010 - November Nine Solidified, World Series Of Poker Over Until November
7/17/2010 - Only 27 Players Remain In 2010 World Series Of Poker Main Event
7/16/2010 - Johnny Chan Eliminated From 2010 WSOP Main Event, Mizrachi Rising
7/15/2010 - Johnny Chan Continues 2010 WSOP Main Event Domination
7/14/2010 - Money Bubble Bursts, 574 Remain In 2010 WSOP Main Event
7/13/2010 - Johnny Chan Topping Charts In 2010 WSOP Main Event
2010 World Series of Poker Betting Odds

The 2010 World Series of Poker has brought many of the biggest names back to the table. Not only are the classics set to be at the 2010 World Series of Poker, but some of the biggest names from the Online Poker world are now joining up in the World Series of Poker. These players are amongst the heavy favorites in the event, and some of them even have betting lines associated with their victory. In the 2010 World Series Of Poker, many of these players are going to be headaches for the casual players, and perhaps give us something even more exciting to watch in the upcoming tournaments.

Players Favored to Win 2010 WSOP

phil iveyPhil Ivey is the one player who is carrying more eyes than any other professional player. Phil Ivey, at only 34, holds seven World Series of Poker bracelets, 22 final tables, 36 in the money finishes, and even 7th place in the World Series Main Event. Having mastered every game of poker has made many consider Ivey as the best player in the world. Ivey began paying poker in his teenage years, where he was playing with a fake ID that he had procured to play in Atlantic City. Woods is considered the "Tiger Woods of Poker" and is the one person who is heavily favored to win the Main Event's bracelet this year. To date, all of Ivey's bracelets have been for games outside of Texas Hold 'em. Ivey associates with some of the Best Online Poker Rooms like Full Tilt Poker.

tom dwanA rising internet super star, Tom Dwan has become one of the most popular players amongst young poker fans and the online players. Tom Dwan has helped the advancement of online poker in that he has reportedly turned $50 into a massive bankroll worth millions. The 23 year old player has worked up multi-millions and has only recently begun playing in the World Series of Poker. Primarily a ring game and heads up player, Dwan has not yet won any bracelets from the World Series of Poker. Having adapted to several different types of poker, Dwan is most commonly seen playing Pot Limit Omaha and Texas Hold 'em. his World Series of Poker in the money winnings include two cashes in the 2008 WSOP, one in to $10,000 World Championship Mixed Event and against in the $500 No-Limit 2-7 Draw with Rebuys. He took 8th place in each event. His wild and aggressive play style is bound to mix up the action at the tables for both new and old players alike. Dwan is expected to do quite well in the 2010 World Series of Poker.

patrik antoniusPatrik Antonius has not yet won a bracelet in the World Series of Poker, but he has cashed 12 times through different events. Another dangerous cash game player, Antonius brings an aggressive style of play with a very stony face to the table. His style of play is most powerful in heads up situations, so it is likely that Patrik has already purchased his seat in the heads up competition. Though Patrik is predominantly a cash game player, he is expected to bring some flair to the tables in the 2010 World Series of Poker. Currently, Antonius has odds listed at online sportsbooks which consider him to be a 125 to 1 favorite to win the 2010 World Series of Poker.

mike matusowMike Matusow, affectionately called "The Mouth" by many other players in the industry, is also set to be a big name in the 2010 WSOP, one you may have read about in the Best Poker Books. Holding 3 bracelets to his name, Matusow wants nothing more than to win the main event. He had come close in 2001 when he took 6th place in the main event, and he had also earned 9th place in 2005. Having many deep runs through the Main Event, Matusow is expected to once again bring his unique attitude and strong style of play to the tables throughout the entire 2010 World Series of Poker. The Mouth will be coming into the 2010 World Series of Poker with long odds to win the "Main Event" as he currently sits at 200/1.

Odds to Win the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event
Phil Ivey 80/1
Gus Hansen 100/1
Allen Cunningham 100/1
Phil Hellmuth 125/1
Peter Eastgate 125/1
Daniel Negreanu 125/1
Patrick Antonius 125/1
Dario Minieri 125/1
Barry Greenstein 125/1
Carlos Mortensen 150/1
Scotty Nguyen 150/1
Chris Fergusen 150/1
Eric Seidel 150/1
Huck Seed 150/1
Tom Dwan 150/1
Surinder Sunar 150/1
John Juanda 175/1
Erick Lindgren 175/1
Jason Mercier 175/1
Gavin Smith 175/1
Bertrand Grospellier 175/1
Juha Helppi 175/1
Greg Raymer 175/1
Julian Gardener 175/1
Joe Hachem 175/1
Jamie Gold 175/1
Phil Laak 175/1
TJ Coultier 175/1
Dave Ulliott 200/1
Ram Vaswani 200/1
Andy Black 200/1
Ivan Demidov 200/1
Johnny Loddon 200/1
Jeff Lisandro 200/1
Kenny Tran 200/1
Soren Kongsgaard 200/1
Johnny Chan 200/1
Paul Wasicka 200/1
Thomas Wahlroos 200/1
Dan Harrington 200/1
Jennifer Harman 200/1
Todd Brunson 200/1
Robert Mizrachi 200/1
Doyle Brunson 200/1
Sam Farha 200/1
Howard Lederer 200/1

Julian Thew 200/1
Scot Montgomery 200/1
Mike Matusow 200/1
Victor Ramdin 200/1
Steve Zolotow 200/1
Jeff Madsen 200/1
Ben Roberts 200/1
Annette Obrestad 200/1
Frank Callaghan 200/1
Dave Colclough 200/1
Roland De Wolfe 225/1
Michael Mizrachi 225/1
Jeffrey Lisandro 225/1
David Benefield 225/1
Chad Brown 225/1
Freddy Deeb 225/1
Antonio Esfandiari 225/1
Lee Nelson 225/1
Tony G 225/1
Praz Bansi 225/1
Andy Bloch 225/1
Marcel Luske 225/1
Lee Watkinson 225/1
William Thorsson 225/1
Neil Channing 225/1
Chris Moneymaker 225/1
Mike Sexton 225/1
Thor Hansen 225/1
Donnacha O'Dea 225/1
Tuan Lam 225/1
Phil Gordon 225/1
David Singer 225/1
Scott Fischman 225/1
Marty Smith 225/1
Jerry Yang 225/1
Kirill Gerasimov 225/1
Bill Chen 225/1
Justin Bonomo 250/1
Max Pescatori 250/1
Sorel Mizzi 250/1
Bruno Fitoussi 250/1
Dag Martin Mikkelsen 250/1
JC Tran 250/1
Luca Pagano 250/1
Noah Boeken 250/1
David Benyamine 250/1

Phil Galfond 250/1
Kirk Morrison 250/1
Mark Teltscher 250/1
Daniel Alaei 250/1
Humberto Brenes 250/1
Mark Voss 250/1
Dennis Phillips 250/1
Martin Wendt 250/1
Iwan Jones 250/1
John Kabbaj 250/1
Simon Trumper 250/1
Tony Chessa 250/1
Peter Roche 250/1
David Oppenheim 250/1
David Levi 250/1
Jesper Hougaard 250/1
Chip Jett 275/1
Tom McEvoy 275/1
Dewey Tomko 275/1
Mikkel Madsen 275/1
Willie Tann 275/1
John Cernuto 275/1
Annie Duke 275/1
Victoria Coren 275/1
Vanessa Russo 275/1
Clonie Gowen 275/1
Lee Childs 275/1
Katja Thater 275/1
Shawn Sheikhan 275/1