Today Otis will be following Wil Wheaton's progress in his NL event over at PokerStarsBlog. Also, Champ Joe Hachem made his second final table at this year's WSOP. Before the series began, I questioned Hachem's poker ability. I take that all back. Not only has he been holding his own in the highest NL cash game at the Rio, he's made two final tables and should have won a bracelet if Dutch Boyd didn't sucked out on him.
Storms is crushing the cash games here. He also has a great story about Ellix Powers.
Both Howard Lederer and Phil Gordon discussed the WPT lawsuit on their blogs.
Here are some things I wrote over the past week:
Cyndy Day?Flipchip posted more WSOP photos.
WSOP Broadcast Schedule
Dark Horse: Chip Reese Wins $50K Horse
Hot or Not? A Conversation with Foiled Coup
First Impressions: 2006 WSOP
World Series of Bad Beats, Grubby's Last Supper, and Liz Lieu Tuesdays
2006 WSOP Preview
Change100 wrote up a hilarious bit called WSOP Fashion Report Today's Winners and Loser.
April has some main event registration advice.
By the way, the main event starts in one week. You have less than that to win your seat online at Poker Stars or over at Full Tilt. Both are still running satellites. So if you want a shot at $10 million and the probablity of getting your picture on the Tao of Poker, here's your last chance.
Lastly, mucho thanks to Aaron Gleeman for linking me up. He's my favorite baseball blogger and I'm praying that he gets a gig working for one of the NYC rags so I can read some competent thoughts about my teams.