Party takes its action mobile in New Jersey, the latest 2013 lookbacks, and our weekly high-stakes report. It’s all in today’s Hit and Run.
Party goes mobile: PartyPoker releases a mobile poker app for players in New Jersey using Apple devices, joining WSOP.com and 888. Party had already been crushing the market, and this will likely only help its push in the state.
2013 in review:
–PokerListings has the worst five moments of the year in poker.
–PokerStars looks back at 2013.
–PokerNews.com has its third biggest story of the year. And its podcast looking back at the year.
High stakes: Samrostan cooled off this week after a nice heater at the high-stakes tables. Check out who won and who lost in the biggest online cash games.
–T.J. “WhatArunAA” Slifka wins the Sunday Million for the second time.
–Could Robert de Niro play a casino boss in a new movie?
–Could California online gaming revenue be worth $400 million annually, if it becomes regulated?
–Could Atlantic City be the next Detroit?
–Meanwhile, Nevada has a good November.
–Nacho Barbero blogs.
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