Dealer's Choice

A numerical look at the 2014 World Series of Poker

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After 49 days and 65 events, the WSOP feels like one giant blur of bracelet ceremonies and tableside massages and steaming outbursts and chirping chip stacks. Here's our numerical look back at the 2014 Series, covering all the improbable streaks and record-setting fields.

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  • Old School - The Seniors Championship at the WSOP is my favorite event of the summer apart from the Main. It is one of the best values in terms of buy-in ($1,000) and strength (read: weakness) of field. Advice from Dennis Phillips

  • Ivey's Escape - Ivey made the “correct” play. He folded A-K when he was dominated. But was it really the correct play, or are we guilty of results-oriented thinking because Ivey’s the GOAT? Advice from Phil Ivey

  • The Pitfalls Of Playing Exploitatively - Sometimes, when talking about poker strategy, the sheer number of variables in play can complicate an otherwise simple point. For this reason, I prefer to begin by analyzing a much simpler game: Rock Paper Scissors. Advice from Vanessa Rousso

  • Main Stay - It’s an intimidating thing walking into the Rio to play any event, let alone the Main Event. My biggest piece of advice is to just play your own game of poker. Advice from Jay Farber

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  • Pacific Heights Hand 5

    By George, He’s Got It! Poker is a skill game, but winning a big tournament has to involve some degree of luck. Winning multiple tournaments, however—that brings us back to skill! Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 4

    Negreanu Burns Burns. Do your best to act and react the best way possible in each situation … and then don’t second-guess yourself! Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 2

    Kings, Queens, and Guillotines. The right play depends on what story you’ve been telling throughout the hand. Read More

  • Pacific Heights Hand 1

    Can't Get No Tsatsis-faction. On the flop and turn, think ahead to the river. Make your read and trust it. Read More

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