The Weekly Turbo: Poker is Outkicking and Taking Names

Chris Torina
Chris Torina

WPT’s Chris Torina runs WPTDeepStacks, a tour he built from scratch. He also used to be an undercover cop. He tells PokerNews his poker story.

Deep in the heart of Texas, some Texans hold out hope for casino gaming and poker rooms. PokerNews takes a look at the

There were no small feats this week in poker. With Ema Zajmovic becoming the first woman to win an open WPT event, PokerStars launching Power Up, casinos debating ITINs, Chris Torina telling his undercover-cop-to-poker story and states duking out their want for online gaming, you can be sure to have plenty to read.

Because FOMO is real. And following history in the making is important.

The Winner’s Circle

Ema Zajmovic

Ema Zajmovic created a buzz last November at WPT Montreal. as he discusses Ema Zajmovic’s historic WPT win at the Playground Poker club, his formula for the Matthew Parvis Poker Power Rankings™, the introduction of the PN Blog and more before he’s joined by Tony Dunst.

The action was still going on at the King’s Casino when 888Live in Rozvadov ended. Herring popped by a high-stakes cash game.

After a roller coaster day for Catalin Pop, he finally arrived victorious to the tune of €80,000. He sat down with Herring to discuss the win.

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