DraftKings has just raised $300 million in capital. Half of that comes from 21st Century Fox, but most of it will be going straight back to Fox Sports for advertising over the next three years.
Full Tilt adopts new cash game policies. Nevada to explore legality of DFS. Is the Mirage for sale? 2015 WSOP Last Woman Standing Kelly Minkin talks poker.
Full Tilt Poker has announced significant changes to its ring games – heads up is out, as are nosebleeds, and players will have much more limited control over their table assignment.
The Cosmopolitan had a through thei pool area. DraftKings secures another $300 million of investment funding. GVC makes another pitch to acquire bwin.party.
With not much happening event-wise since the WSOP, the biggest topic of discussion on the forums is poker players themselves. Who’s good, who isn’t, and where are they now?
Are Electronic poker tables the next big thing? Constructive critiques of the 2015 WSOP continue to come in. GobboBoy linking to 2005 poker strategy threads.
Big news day. PokerNews put forth a detailed breakdown of recent attendance trends at the WSOP. Boston is suing the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. The “Phil Hellmuth” of $2/$5 NLHE.
PhD mathematician and poker player Bill Chen has proposed a simple approach to tournament payout structures which he feels will avoid a lot of the issues which came up at this year’s WSOP.
Betfair’s CEO cashes in. Caesars is in serious trouble. Negreanu chosen by Grantland for their Summertime Hero list. Trailer for new movie about poker, Mississippi Grind, released on YouTube.
Initial odds have been laid for the WSOP Main Event ‘November Nine’ final table. Where’s the smart money at, and who is a sucker’s bet?
Will Donald Trump’s presidential bid advance iGaming? Bill Burr takes on DraftKings. MIT offering a free poker course. And more.
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