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Who decides what is “excessive”?

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp If you watched ESPN’s coverage of the World Series of Poker leading up to the final table, one thing stood out above everything...

Vayo 2nd in 2016 WSOP Main Event

By Arnold Warner The final table for the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event, held Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 at the Rio Hotel and Casino’s Penn and Teller Theater, was one...

Livermore Casino sending qualifiers

In November, Livermore Casino is sending seven tournament players to Harvey’s Resort & Casino in Lake Tahoe for the official WSOP Circuit Ring Event. Players began...

Vayo is 2016 NorCal Nov. Niner

By Barbara Engler San Francisco’s Gordon Vayo, a veteran of online and live poker at the age of 27, annually plays a full slate of events at the World Series of Poker...

10 from Livermore Casino play WSOP Monster Stack

Continuing their tradition of sending tournament players to major events, Livermore Casino sent 10 individuals to the WSOP Monster Stack event in June. That was the...

NorCal WSOP results

Gordon Vayo is latest NorCal player to make November Nine The 2016 WSOP is underway and thecardroom-norcal.com is your place to come to see how the players from Northern...

Johnson wins 2nd WSOP bracelet in $3K H.O.R.S.E.

By Arnold Warner Walnut Creek’s Marco Johnson claimed the second World Series of Poker bracelet of his career on June 14 when he won Event #18, a $3,000 buy-in...

Blumenfield is 3rd at WSOP Main Event

By Arnold Warner When the World Series of Poker’s November Nine sat down on Nov. 8, 2015 to finish the tournament they started back in July, San Francisco’s Neil...

Living the poker dream pt. 1: The road to the Main Event

By Neil Blumenfield On June 20, 2015 I cashed for $2,452 in the WSOP Seniors event finishing 268th. It was my ninth trip to the WSOP and my first cash in the Seniors in...

Barber is WSOP H.O.R.S.E. champ

By Arnold Warner On July 1 Andrew Barber and 203 other players ponied up $10,000 each to enter the World Series of Poker’s H.O.R.S.E. Championship. At the end of the...

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