Absolute Poker Ships Second Wave of Payments to Old Customers

A second wave of payments from Garden City Group (GCG), a third-party payment processor, have been made to former customers of the defunct Ultimate Be...

Pennsylvania Online Poker Bill Passes After Governor Signs it Into Law

It’s been a long time coming but the wait is officially over. A Pennsylvania online poker bill passed a House vote on Thursday and was signed, seale...

WSOP Player of the Year Chase Heats Up with Start of WSOPE

Chris Ferguson is one of poker’s top villains on and away from the felt. But, to the dismay of many poker players, he leads the 2017 WSOP Player of ...

Online Poker Pact to Share Liquidity in Regulated States Announced

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced a deal that will allow online poker operators in his state, Nevada, and Delaware, to share player pools. ...

Olivier Busquet Beats Shaun Deeb and Parker Talbot to Win ‘King of the Hill 2’

Olivier Busquet took down the $50,000 buy-in, four-player heads-up challenge dubbed “King of the Hill” on Poker Night in America. He defeated Shau...

PokerStars Sponsors Charity Event in South Florida to Raise Money for Hurricane Irma Victims

Last month, the state of Florida and islands in the Caribbean suffered a horrible tropical disaster called Hurricane Irma. The devastation left some i...

Guo Liang Chen Wins WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship, $789,058

Guo Liang Chen was a big winner in Atlantic City, claiming the WPT Borgata Poker Open Main Event title, outlasting a massive field of 1,132 entries in...

Poker Masters Attracts Many of the Game’s Best Players and Highest Rollers

The inaugural Poker Masters, a five-tournament high-roller series, has been a big hit on Poker Central’s new app, PokerGO. Through four $50,000 buy-...

Poker Masters Series on PokerGO Features Five High Stakes Tournaments in One Week

PokerGO, a subscription-based app from Poker Central, is set to introduce the first ever Poker Masters, a series of high roller poker tournaments, on ...

Online Poker 2016: What Flew, What Grew, What Didn’t

Online poker in 2016 was much talk, and little action. State politicians from Pennsylvania to California considered and labored over bills that would...