Negreanu and 2+2 have a spat, and “All In: The Poker Movie” is ready for its closeup. It’s all in Thursday’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.
Negreanu vs. 2+2: So Daniel Negreanu got temporarily banned from the online poker forum twoplustwo.com for posting about the new iSeriesLive, which he is a part of. Apparently, it’s because he was trying to get “free advertising.” We’re guessing 2+2 is gonna get a shoutout in Daniel’s next video blog and we don’t see banning Daniel as a good PR move. Unless you subscribe to the idea that there is no such thing as bad publicity. More from Daniel on the incident here. And a recap of a Twitter exchange with a 2+2 mod here. And a 2+2 thread about the ban here.
Poker documentary premiere: “All In: The Poker Movie” is set to make its New York premiere tomorrow. Get all the details here, including a trailer and when and where you can see the movie near you.
–Is the Merge Gaming Network close to rolling out its version of PokerStars Zoom poker? More here.
–Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars, and Absolute Poker have been given another extension by the U.S. government in its case against them.
–Jason Mercier still leads the Global Poker Index, while Andrew “luckychewy” Lichtenberger joins the top 10.
–The Australia New Zealand Poker Tour is kicking off in Sydney. Report here.
–The Latin American Poker Tour stop in Chile is also underway; more here. And an intrepid poker reporter gets in a bikini:
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