Hit and Run: PokerStars Festival NJ; PA House Sends iGaming Back to Senate; Ranking WSOP Final Tables


Pennsylvania House passes another online gambling bill. Chris Moneymaker excited for PokerStars Festival NJ. Are sports betting robots in our future? And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 27th, 2016

Hit and Run: Online Gambling in PA Is Fluid; 888Live a Success; Chad Brown Memorial Tourney Announced


Full Flush Poker is a perfect example for legal online gambling. 888Live a success. Chad Brown Memorial Tournament at PokerStars Festival NJ. And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 26th, 2016

Support Your GPL Team with a PokerStars Avatar

The GPL signed PokerStars as its primary sponsor last month; now, GPL team logos are available for use as avatars by PokerStars players.

added by Alex Weldon on October 25th, 2016

Hit and Run: US Online Gaming Update; Negreanu Defends Rake Hikes; Did Kassouf Cross the Line?


Online gambling legalization efforts in the US have hit several snags. Poker and politics: What the 2016 election tells us. Did William Kassouf cross the line? And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 25th, 2016

Speech Play, Privilege, and Tanking at the WSOP

William Kassouf’s bustout hand in the 2016 WSOP Main Event was one for the ages, but what does it say about tournament rules and the way they’re enforced?

added by Steve Ruddock on October 25th, 2016

Hit and Run: Kassouf and Benger Clash WSOP on ESPN; DFS Sites Short on Cash; Peters Wins Sunday Million


Kassouf versus Benger is a WSOP hand for the ages. DFS sites are running low on money according to the New York Times. David Peters wins Sunday Million. And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 24th, 2016

Poker Players Should Embrace the Convergence of Poker and Gambling

Poker and casino games belong together, and if they’re all packaged properly players will crossover between these verticals. Here’s why.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 24th, 2016

Hit and Run: Decision Time for Phil Ivey; Dan Bilzerian Rowing Bet; Goodell Opposes Sports Betting


Judge rules on Phil Ivey’s Borgata edge sorting case. NFL remains staunchly opposed to sports betting. A new Dan Bilzerian prop bet is in the works. And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 23rd, 2016

Hit and Run: UK Gambling Sites Scrutinized, Natural8’s ‘Team Hot,’ MPN to Release New Tournament Schedule


UK gambling sites are having their advertisements and T&Cs scrutinized; Natural8 makes its ‘Team Hot’ official, with Dong Kim added to the lineup; new tournament schedule at MPN; and more.

added by Alex Weldon on October 21st, 2016

Hit and Run: Jack Effel on William Kassouf Penalty; Protection Poker at Aria; AlphaDraft DonkDown


Jack Effel discusses the infamous William Kassouf penalty at the WSOP. Protection Poker makes its debut in the Aria poker room. Hands of Victory website launched. And more.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 20th, 2016

David Williams Is Not a Fan Of Protection Poker And Neither Am I

Mike Sexton calls Protection Poker the future, but not everyone agrees that the new product is good for the game. Here’s why.

added by Steve Ruddock on October 20th, 2016


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