PartyPoker's MILLIONS Online tournament got off to an unfortunate start as a glitch in the first starting flight left the site in a tough predicament.
Online poker will be coming to Pennsylvania very soon, but the situation is quite complicated, with many players and an untested approach to licensing.
Crypto-poker seems ready to explode, with CoinPoker selling out its pre-ICO in six days and VirtuePoker looking to follow suit. But is it actually viable?
The good news is that PartyPoker has banned a group of tournament cheaters. The bad news is it took a player to catch them.
Just how hard would Power Up be to solve? Well, just take a look at a typical heads-up blind steal situation, even knowing our opponent's powers.
No one's worked out good strategies for Power Up yet, but are software 'solver' programs inevitable, or is Power Up resistant to such approaches?