More information revealed for soon-to-launch interstate poker player pool. Brandon Adams wins $370k at the Seminole Hard Rock. Find these stories and more in the Tuesday Hit and Run.

Multi-state Online Poker FAQ

Making huge news yesterday was the announcement that a unified United States poker player pool would go live on on May 1st for players located in Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey. Eric Ramsey from Online Poker Report has put together an excellent FAQ for players located in the three states.

Additional information can be found from Steve Ruddock of US Poker.

In other New Jersey poker news, players on the East Coast are flocking to the Borgata Spring Open, which is set to begin on April 22nd.

Quick Hitters

– Brandon Adams took down the $25,500 High Roller Reentry at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown for $370,000, putting him above $3 million in tournament winnings.

partypoker’s Patrick Leonard was apparently a driving force for partypoker’s recent rake changes. Over the weekend, partypoker announced that the poker room would remove rake from the bounty on all Knockout multi-table tournaments for six months.

Cracking Aces: A Woman’s Place at the Poker Table is currently being featured at film festivals around the country. Poker fans can watch a trailer for the documentary below:

– PokerGo has released a short 5-minute documentary on the famed Bobby’s Room at the Bellagio as part of the “Stories from the Felt” series. Watch it below:

– Fahredin Mustafov won the €10,300 High Roller at the Grand Final Barcelona, marking the end of the 9 day run. In winning first place, Mustafov took home $493,632. Isaac Haxton finished in second to win $339k while Benjamin Pollack won $246,816.

– From the Fake News Bin: Billionaire bets 22 year old poker player $1 million he can’t hold his breath underwater for 20 minutes.

– poker training video of the day is part 6 in CodeRed’s “Poker 201” series. In this episode, CodeRed talks about how to play draws post-flop.