Player boycott of PokerStars off to a rough start. The debut of the Holdem X website, a hybrid version of poker developed by Alex Dreyfus. EPT Prague could be a record setter.
Hit and Run: Looking back on2015 and Forward to 2016; Poker Room Opening in RI; The Passing of Ellix Powers
A pair of listicles looks back on 2015 and forward to 2016. A side of Ellix Powers ESPN’s cameras missed. Twin Rivers poker room will open tomorrow. And more.
Hit and Run: Mike Dentale’s Breakout November; New FTP Avatar Announced; DFS Unlike Poker Circa 2011
Longtime poker player Mike Dentale has been crushing on the live tournament scene. Final day of the 2015 Unibet Poker Open. New Full Tilt Poker avatar announced. And more.
Hit and Run: More FTP Remissions, KidPoker Documentary Released, Sports Stars Challenge Premieres on PokerCentral
Another $5.5M paid out to former Full Tilt Players; Kid Poker documentary well-received; LAPT Final underway; upcoming PokerStars player strike; and more.
Ellix Powers (1952-2015) passes away; Unibet releases demographic winning statistics; Inflatable Tube Man becomes latest Full Tilt avatar; and more.
DraftKings and FanDuel made their case in court on Wednesday. Nevada Attorney General supports RAWA. How can televised poker appeal to new viewers? And more.
Hit and Run: DraftKings Adjusts Entry Limits; AC Casinos on the Ascent; Alex Jacob Wins Jeopardy TOC
DraftKings continues to fall in line with Massachusetts’ proposed regulations. Atlantic City’s casinos are on the ascent. The WSOP broadcast from the eyes of a casual fan.
Pennsylvania online gambling is the real deal. New Jersey iGaming about to turn 2. Chris Moneymaker belongs in the Poker Hall of Fame. Dogs Playing Poker worth $650k.
DraftKings partners with GeoComply. Which poker player had the best 2015? An all-female eSports team has been formed. A player’s review of New Jersey’s iPoker sites.
Hit and Run: Jared Mahoney Wins WPT Montreal, Ivey on a Downswing, PokerFives gets new Editor-in-Chief
Short stack Jared Mahoney pulls a stunning comeback to win his first WPT Montreal, Phil Ivey drops $400,000 at the nosebleeds to extend his downswing and more.