PokerStars responds to criticisms and announces $4 million freeroll. RAWA may have breathed its last breathe on Wednesday. Who are the 10 richest poker players?
PokerStars responds to boycott and announces $4 million in freerolls
The announcement, penned by Amaya’s Head of Corporate Communications Eric Hollreiser, and started off by announcing four $1 million freerolls the site would host in 2016, before, for the first time, formally addressing the boycott and the criticism the company has received.
Hollreiser admits there was a lack of communication about the specifics of the changes, but also confirmed these changes would still be going into effect in 2016.
The statement coincided with a blog post by Daniel Negreanu, where he spoke to the players directly.
RAWA Hearing was a first round TKO
Jason Chaffetz and RAWA supporters may have seen their already slim chances of passing a federal online gambling ban go up in smoke. Wednesday’s RAWA hearing was a completely one-sided affair.
Here are all the summaries:
– Andy Bloch is selling his $9 million Las Vegas home – you might not be able to afford it, but after looking at the pictures you might not want it anyway.
– Pennsylvania’s online gambling has stalled, as the legislature has adjourned until Saturday.
– Which country has the better poker players, Canada or the United Kingdom? Poker Update tackles the pressing question and awards the victory to ________ in a landslide.
– Poker Strategy has compiled a list of the 10 richest poker players in the world. Take a look and see if you agree or disagree with their criterion and choices.