Remember the Epic Poker Tour? That may not have lasted very long, but one of its associated properties known as the Global Poker Index (GPI) remains perhaps the best ranking of tournament poker pros available to us today.
For the second time, a variety of prominent figures in Pennsylvania’s gambling industry gathered to discuss regulating online poker.
This coming Monday, May 26 marks the Memorial Day holiday and Bovada Poker is adding 29 tournaments and $139,500 in prize money to the schedule.
The news that the Winning Poker Network is to withdraw from Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware has come as a major disappointment to players in those three states.
Regulated online poker in New York moved one step closer to reality this week when Bill A09509 was introduced to the State Assembly by J. Gary Pretlow.
Real Gaming entered the Nevada online poker market with a soft launch in February and the site is operating under a test period that may last six months.
Rumors of the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania being up for sale have been put to rest as the company announced it was standing pat.
The calendar has turned to May and with it came an announcement from Full Flush Poker of a gigantic reload bonus and increased tourney guaranteed prize pools.
Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of regulated online poker in the U.S. following the launch of Ultimate Poker in Nevada on April 30, 2013.