The Winning Poker Network has announced an extended twenty day High Five series for September consisting of one hundred events and $5 million in prize money.
Party Poker is hoping to build on the “success” of its Ladies-only PowerFest event last year by hosting three similar events in the current PowerFest series and offering female players the chance to double or triple their winnings by reaching two or more Final Tables.
In contrast to the traditional tub-thumbing that normally heralds the start of voting for the British Poker Awards, this year´s launch has been a subdued affair.
The young Swede is no longer this year’s biggest online winner.
The latest Global Poker Index (GPI) listings have been released, and they show that poker great Daniel Negreanu has been knocked off the #2 spot.
Davidi Kitai has won his second ever WSOP Gold Bracelet after taking the $5,000 Pot Limit Hold’em event. Kitai won $224,560 for his stellar play.
This Wednesday should be it: legal real money poker for people from Nevada on wsop.com to coincide with start of WSOP.
Jonathan Hilton defeats Max Steinberg heads-up to capture the first WSOP Bracelet ever awarded on U.S territory outside of Las Vegas.
The Dutch government has pushed forward some proposals which could change the face of gambling in the country.
The PokerStars ‘Turbo Championship of Online Poker’ gets into gear today with fifty turbo tournaments scheduled to take place over the next eleven days.
PokerStars and Casino Gran Madrid sign agreement that will offer the casino’s players access to PokerStar tables.
Michael Gaughan, who currently owns South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa in Las Vegas, will be launching a very similar online poker site soon