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It's Ladies' Week at the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) and around town in Las Vegas and PokerNews had the opportunity to interview players in the field.Angelica Hael, Ruth Hall, Kristi Garcia & Vanessa Kade talk ladies events and misogyny.

Ladies Weigh in on Open Fields and Misogyny in Poker | PokerNews

It took 65 cashes and 17 final-table appearances, but German poker pro Ismael Bojang finally scored World Series of Poker gold Wednesday night, winning the $1,500 pot-limit Omaha event. The Hamburg-native topped a field of 1,216 entries, earning the top prize of $298,507. Bojang has had many numerous close calls at the WSOP, but despite being one of the most consistent performers, he had yet to close out a tournament. At the 2018 WSOP, he finished runner-up in a $2,500 no-limit hold’em event for $313,444. “I have never felt the pressure of winning,” Bojang told WSOP reporters. “The money is nice and all that, but it is not something I have been thinking too much about. Everybody [kept] asking me when I am going to win my first bracelet, I guess I can dodge those questions now.” The final table also featured Romanian poker player Mihai Niste, who finished fifth in the $600 pot-limit Omaha deepstack event earlier this summer for $50,732. His sixth-place showing in this event was worth $51,041. In total, Niste has outlasted nearly 3,800 players in ...

German Poker Pro Ismael Bojang Earns First World Series Of Poker Bracelet - Poker News

“Might as well make this an official poker rule: When a player is all in at showdown, the other player must show first. This isn’t a thing for hold’em but it comes up in mixed games where you get your own cards. It’s just kinder to the all in player.”

Daniel Negreanu on Twitter: "Might as well make this an official poker rule: When a player is all in at showdown, the other player must show first. This isn’t a thing for hold’em but it comes up in mixed games where you get your own cards. It’s just kinder to the all in player."