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Players Thrilled with RDR2 Poker

Red Dead Redemption 2 is the hottest new videogame release, and is likely to be the most popular game of 2018. While the game has been lauded for its graphics and storyline, the Red Dead Redemption sequel has plenty of players enthralled with one small aspect of its gameplay: poker. The poker mini-game has become […]

Jack Sinclair Wins WSOP Main Event

Jack Sinclair is the winner of the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe. He has outlasted over 500 other runners over the course of six days, earning himself an impressive €1.12 million first place prize along with his first gold bracelet. Bursting on to the Poker Scene Jack Sinclair only made his first cash in […]

Poker Alliance Urges Floridians to Vote No on Number 3

In the upcoming November elections, a bill called Amendment 3 is on the docket, which could chance the face of gambling in the state of Florida forever. The bill would give Florida residents the exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling in the state, but Poker Alliance, one of the country’s biggest poker […]

Japan To Host Its First-Ever APT Event

For the first time ever, Japan will be hosting an Asian Poker Tour event. The APT Tokyo will take place in February 2019, offering players from Asia to compete for the chance to earn some very generous prizes. Awarding Buy-ins Instead of Cash The APT Tokyo will take place at the Casino Stadium Tokyo. It […]

Big Surprises at WSOP Horseshoe Hammond

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is always an exciting event, but its recent leg in Horseshoe Hammond has been a bit outrageous. It is about to come to an end over the weekend, and there have been some incredible first-time situations that have occurred. Chris Fuchs Hits First Recorded Cash Win at WSOP The […]

NJ Online Poker Revenues Fall

Ever since New Jersey legalized online gambling, all activities have brought in significant revenue for the state. Casino games, poker and sports betting have seen their numbers continually climb over the years – but poker has recently stumbled. An All-Time Low According to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), all […]

Doug Polk Takes a Break from Poker

Doug Polk has had a long and fruitful career in the poker industry, and he’s calling it quits. After spending time as a poker player and podcaster, he’s ready to head in another direction with his career – but as yet to announce his future plans. Bored of Poker While Polk will certainly be missed […]

Virtual Reality Poker Coming Soon

Virtual reality is becoming a huge trend in the larger gaming market. As VR setups become more and more affordable, we’re seeing games developers offer players plenty more opportunities to give this technology a spin in a myriad of ways. Recently The Stars Group has started experimenting with VR technology, and it might not be […]

Poker Deemed a Sport in Ukraine

When it comes to playing casino games, you’re usually engaged in a game of luck – but this isn’t necessarily the case with poker. While some luck is required, it is largely considered a game of skill – and, in some cases, a sport. The Ukrainian government has recently deemed it as such, as poker […]

WPT Plans First-Ever Women’s Poker Summit

Poker is a sport that has long been dominated by men – but that has been changing over the past few years. More and more women are becoming poker powerhouses, and a new conference organised by the World Poker Tour aims to help boost this burgeoning market. Attracting More Women to Poker The first-ever Women’s […]