The latest progress for online poker in California. And the run of pros owning at PokerStars’ SCOOP continues. It’s all in our daily wrap-up of the world of poker, the Hit and Run.
Churchill Downs has reportedly entered into an agreement with a card room, Oceans 11, to offer online poker in California should a bill there pass. Meanwhile, an informational joint committee hearing in California regarding online gaming regulation offered little in the way of progress — and very little about poker — but helped lay the groundwork for the future of legislation.
In related news, the Global Poker Index is doing a “beta test” for its TV facilities, by streaming SCOOP coverage. According to CEO Alex Dreyfus in a blog post, he is trying to make the GPI “the poker entertainment company.” That sounds like a lofty goal. Check out GPI’s SCOOP Twitch coverage here.
– Isaac Haxton was the big winner this week in the online high-stakes cash games, up more than $300K, while “Donger Kim” also had a nice profit of more than $200K.
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–The latest in Alex Weldon’s series on quantifying variance: a heads-up tilt calculator.
–bwin.party poker skin “WPT Poker” will be closing its virtual doors.
–You can win a a huge package to UFC 189 by playing at Full Tilt.
–The latest in PokerNews’ series on casino poker for beginners.
–How is poker like a nightclub?
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