Online Poker News

PokerStars Announce More 10th Anniversary Offers

PokerStars Announce More 10th Anniversary Offers

PokerStars are half way through their 10th Anniversary “tease” – the name now given to the policy of revealing their birthday celebrations one by one.

Online Poker License Applications to be Accepted in Nevada

Online Poker License Applications to be Accepted in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has announced that in February it will start accepting license applications for companies to run online poker sites in the state.

Online Poker Laws Not Expected Quickly

Online Poker Laws Not Expected Quickly

In a two-day gaming conference held in Las Vegas last week that saw many leading gambling attorneys, regulators and legal experts in attendance, a foremost attorney on gaming said that online poker legislation will not be put in place by lawmakers anytime soon.

Fossilman Can’t Convince Judge in Poker Skill-Chance Debate

Fossilman Can’t Convince Judge in Poker Skill-Chance Debate

Greg “FossilMan” Raymer testified in court, showing poker is a game of skill more than chance, but the judge ruled that poker is a game of chance.

Two Congressional Hearings on Internet Gaming Next Week

Two Congressional Hearings on Internet Gaming Next Week

Regulation of online poker in the United States continues to make progress as two hearings on online gaming have been scheduled for next week before Congressional committees.

Student Masters Poker Event Returns Next March

Student Masters Poker Event Returns Next March

Students looking to add more than a few bucks to help them through their studies – and avoid massive tuition fees come graduation – will line up for “a bigger and better” Student Masters Poker event in Ireland come March of next year.

Pokerfest Costs Party Poker Nearly $80,000

Pokerfest Costs Party Poker Nearly $80,000

Party Poker´s recently concluded “Pokerfest” series cost the online poker company almost $80,000 in overlays it was revealed today – with the majority of the shortfall coming in the feature $1 million guaranteed Main Event.

Tower Gaming Moves to Cake Network

Tower Gaming Moves to Cake Network

Tower Gaming, which operates Tower Poker in addition to casino and sportsbook services, is saying good-bye to the Ongame Network and moving to the Cake Network.

Online Poker in US Possible in 12-14 Months

Online Poker in US Possible in 12-14 Months

Caesars Entertainment Chairman Gary Loveman estimates that his company would need about “12 to 14 months” to get an online poker website in the U.S. up and running, based on the procedures involved in securing licensing.

Jennifer Tilly Ready to Quit Poker… Again

Jennifer Tilly Ready to Quit Poker… Again

The male-dominated and sometimes too serious world of poker might just be about to lose some of its glamour and fun – if Jennifer Tilly follows through with her hinted-at suggestion that she is ready to quit the game.

Poker Hostess Leeann Tweeden Shows Top Pair

Poker Hostess Leeann Tweeden Shows Top Pair

Leeann Tweeden, the sexy former hostess of the NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship and NBC’s Poker After Dark, is featured in Playboy magazine’s December issue, available at news stands on Friday, Nov. 11.

Cake Poker to Allow HUDs

Cake Poker to Allow HUDs

Cake Poker, a longtime advocate against poker tracking software , has switched gears and announced that heads-up displays (HUDs) will now be permitted on its site.

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