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?
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.
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.
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