Last night Americas Cardroom hosted an ambitious cash game called the “Cage” that had a $5,000 buy-in. Incredibly the event attracted sixty-six players.
The High Court of Justice has ruled that Phil Ivey cheated when he won £7.7 million playing Punto Banco in London´s Crockfords Casino in August 2012.
The legal battle between ‘alleged’ cheater Phil Ivey and Crockfords Casino continues. Ivey says casino agreed with terms, Crockfords screams ‘foul’.
Dan Colman continued his amazing run of high-stake tournament successes with victory in the £60,000 buy-in WPT Alpha8 at the Palm Beach Casino in London.
Over the last seven months, reserved high roller who caused a lot of stir at the Big One for One Drop, Daniel Colman won almost $22 million.
A sixth-place finish in Event #4 of the WSOP Asia-Pacific Series earned Brandon Shack-Harris enough points to move back to the top of the WSOP POY leaderboard.
According to a report in the Irish Independent, problem gambling in Ireland has increased by 250 percent in recent years allegedly due to mobile gambling.
Voting has opened in 12 categories of the British Poker Awards 2014, with many previous winners appearing among the nominations for the prestigious titles.
Vatican City is listed among thirty “grey market” jurisdictions from which PokerStars and Full Tilt have withdrawn in an unexpected move by Amaya Gaming.
Discovery Channel ditched the TV reality show ‘Underground Poker’ featuring Phil Laak and Antonio Esfandiari after just one episode.
Poker legend Phil Ivey is ready to stand up for himself. He will have the opportunity to defend his reputation in front of the whole poker world, on Oct. 7.
The Belgian Gaming Commission (BGC) wants to ban the casino and poker applications which allow the user to gamble for free on their mobile devices.