Colossus II exceeded all expectations this year, except the ones it didn’t, just as Urbanovich won all his games vs. Jon Jaffe, except the ones he lost.
Echoing last week’s events in Cincinnati, a California casino had to put down one of its dealers after a gorilla was accidentally admitted to the premises.
It doesn’t take much to catch hate from the poker forums: scamming dough, throwing chips and sucking toes are all equally bad. Is there anyone they do like?
PokerStars has unveiled its latest offering, cash games with a randomized rake. Great new concept, or something you’d have to be a fool to play?
You’ve heard poker players talk about their ‘horse’ in a tournament, but do you know how to spot one?
Christian Lusardi has been sentenced to five years in prison for counterfeiting chips, but what can be done about the terrible ‘flush’ jokes?
Almost anything will cause half of the users on any given forum to fly into a rage. Getting a rise out of an entire forum is harder.
Doug Polk and Doc Sands are negotiating the possibility of a boxing match between the two of them for $500,000. Given that chessboxing is a real sport, this seems like the perfect opportunity to invent pokerfighting.
Casey ‘bigdogpckt5s’ Jarzabek has been banned from Twitch for accidentally streaming pornography. Fans are on Twitter trying to get him unbanned.
If life has one rule, it’s that anything is possible. But you don’t need to hit the casinos to play the odds.
Internet scams are no laughing matter, except when they are. This crowd-funded bot ring is such a transparent Ponzi scheme, it’s worth a look just for the giggles.
Who was the first the check-raise, steal the blinds, or slow play? Find out in this historical infographic.
Antonius and Hansen bounce back, durrrr and Ivey are quiet, and kagome kagome posts big losses. Check out who won and who lost in our weekly look at Full Tilt’s high-stakes cash games.
Another setback for online poker players today, as the State of Oregon announced legislation that aims to outlaw the common practice of three betting light by residents playing online poker.
In this parody article we examine the implications of a WWESOP.
A satirical news story imagining how High Stakes Poker might look if the stakes weren’t so high