HNR 2/21: Full Tilt Shorts Charity Event?; EPT Copenhagen Update
Full Tilt Poker owes some prizes to a charity event, jungleman12 wants to fight, and an update from the European Poker Tour Copenhagen. It’s all in today’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.
Seriously, Full Tilt?: Not only does Full Tilt Poker owe millions of dollars to online poker players around the world, they apparently also haven’t paid out the prizes in connection with a live poker tournament, the Montreal Open, that was put on in Canada. Details here. Stay classy, FTP.
Meanwhile, Doyle Brunson does some Full Tilt bashing in his blog.
EPT Copenhagen: The European Poker Tour event in Copenhagen is rolling along in day 1B. Kevin “kice32” Iacofano is among the chip leaders in the middle of play; Theo Jorgensen and Johnny Lodden are also playing. Live updates here. For a report on day 1A, where Steve O’Dwyer leads, go here.
More with O’Dwyer here:
PokerNews.com caught up with Melanie Weisner:
–Daniel “Jungleman12″ Cates and Andrew Feldman in a combat sport? Could happen.
–Iowa seems to be serious about moving forward on online poker regulation now; a bill passed a subcommittee vote.
–Cake Poker released a major update.
–The recap show for the latest Sunday Million on PokerStars:
–Could Big Brother be watching online poker players in Canada and the United Kingdom?
–You can play PokerStars on a mobile app almost anywhere. But we don’t recommend it while washing dishes.
–Ville Wahlbeck keeps winning in the high-stakes online cash games.