High profile poker pro Phil Galfond will launch an all-new poker site, Run It Once Poker, in early 2017.
Commerce Casino has used the CSPC as an opportunity to test out a new format called Time’s Up. It looks like fun, but may need some tweaks to avoid problems.
All twelve teams for the Global Poker League have just been announced, along with their managers. New details about the league’s structure are revealed as well.
If PokerStars and its high volume players are going through an ugly divorce, then Daniel Negreanu is the child caught in the middle.
The end of a long-term relationship is never pretty, but PokerStars’s split-up with its high-volume grinders is growing particularly ugly.
Quebec is considering censoring gaming sites in order to create a monopoly for its own online casino. It’s a plan that’s likely to step on a whole lot of toes.
Who is of value to a poker site: low-volume recs or high-volume regs? The question itself indicates an underlying flaw in our way of looking at the poker economy.
There’s a new 6-Max Hold’em bot machine in Vegas. The opponents are terrible and even let you see their cards after folding, but there’s a catch: 25% rake.
Tradesports has closed its doors; the site never found the userbase it needed to be profitable, and the current legal battle in New York was the last straw.
TonyBet Poker, the world’s only global Open-Face Chinese site has branched out into the exciting new world of… Texas Hold’em?