PokerStars MicroMillions 11 is in the books. A detailed breakdown of the online poker promotions available in New Jersey. Negreanu draws a crowd in Toronto. And more.
The MicroMillions 11 is in the books
The 11th installment of PokerStars’ MicroMillions is complete, and after 10 days and 100 events the results are in.
As the name suggests, the series is for small stakes players, with “micro” buy-ins – the Main Event features an affordable $22 buy-in, but also a $1 million guarantee. Most of the events feature buy-ins of less than $10.
In-depth look at the promotions being offered in New Jersey
Online Poker Report updated their comprehensive breakdown of the promotions offered at each of New Jersey’s regulated online poker rooms. Not only did they detail the deposit bonuses, OPR also listed all of the in-game promotions at each site, from bad beat bonuses to leaderboard prizes to loyalty programs.
– Following the National Championship, the World Series of Poker Circuit Series is headed to Foxwoods on August 6th. The Main Event will feature two starting flights on August 14 and 15.
– This Negreanu fella can really draw a crowd. This picture was taken at Real Sports Bar & Grill in Toronto.
— James Hartigan (@J_Hartigan) August 2, 2015
– Amaya has completed the sale of Cryptologic and Chartwell to NYX Gaming for $150 million. Both divisions provide B2B online casino software and titles. This should add a number of games to NYX’s rotation in New Jersey – the company currently supplies Resorts and Mohegan Sun with their online casino platform and will add Golden Nugget by the end of the year.
– The Winning Poker Network is offering five $1 million guaranteed tournaments in September and October.
– Viktor Blom is tops in high stakes online cash games in July… games that no longer run on Full Tilt after the company announced it was axing them. Full Tilt was known for its high stakes action for many years.
– Should a poker site sign Rhonda Rousey? James Guill discusses.
– William Liang wins over $60k after he triumphs in Seneca Niagara Falls Summer Slam Main Event.