Gets Overhaul, New Webmasters

by , Oct 30, 2009 | 1:09 pm

The new World Series site just went live, just in time for the November Nine … check it out at either or

For the past couple years, Bluff has been running the WSOP website — they actually paid them for the privilege. But now Harrah’s has said we don’t want your stinkin’ money! what, you can’t keep paying us? Fine then, we’ll run it ourselves … and the keys to the WSOP internet machinery (now a division of Harrah’s Interactive Entertainment) have since been handed over.

11 Comments to “ Gets Overhaul, New Webmasters”

  1. Kevin Mathers

    They’ve done a pretty good job of overhauling the site.

  2. DanM

    Yeah, I agree. not bad for a bunch of newbies/suits.

  3. Kevin Mathers

    What I don’t understand is why they would put a picture of the November Nine on the front page of their site, minus one player.

  4. DanM

    Ooh, that’s awesome! I didn’t notice that. My guess … Shulman didn’t show up?

  5. Kevin Mathers

    Try again.

  6. DanM

    Well they obviously didn’t tell him not to pose. Consciously snubbed with a non-invitation?

  7. Kevin Mathers

    The picture I’m referring to is the first in the series of five pictures. If you hover your mouse over it, hopefully one would be able to determine who’s missing. I assume this picture was taken the day after the Nov. 9 was established.

  8. DanM

    Right, I see what you’re saying … “Who Will Win?” only has 8 people in it. But obviously they didn’t just cut him out. What do you think happened?

  9. Kevin Mathers

    Like ESPN (he was only on Day 8 coverage), they forgot about him?

    Hatred of the French?

    The mind boggles.

  10. DanM

    Ooh ooh ooh! I thought it was Shulman missing, not Saout!

    My guess then is he had a flight to catch, or maybe something got lost in translation.

  11. Brian G.

    Shulman is a jerkoff anyway. I hope he loses. He is just out there whining because his joke of a magazine couldn’t compete with the real money. I am sure Shulman looks down on 2/4 or 4/8 limit players in the poker rooms but in the landscape of poker, Card Player is like the 1/2LHE game at the Bike.