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Amateur Poker Association & Tour Legend Carl Pilgrim Reflects on His 15 Years in Poker

Discover more about Carl Pilgrim who battles muscular dystrophy, has played online poker with Tom Dwan, and became an APAT legend.

Global Poker Ring-Game Traffic Continues Steady Decline

Online ring game poker traffic declined by 17.0 percent when compared to last year and 27.5 percent when compared to two years ago.

Ring-Game Traffic Continues to Decline at Dot-Com Poker Rooms

More declines in ring-game traffic for dot-com poker sites in first quarter of 2015 compared to last year.

Winamax Launches Anonymous Cash Games

With the new "Incognito" cash-game tables, Winamax hopes to retain more recreational players.

Inside Gaming: Bodog Poker President Resigns, Kentucky Receives $6M Gambling Settlement

Bodog Poker Network President Jonas Ödman resigned, and Kentucky received a $6M online gambling settlement.

Online Chat: Jay “pocketjays” Tan Discusses Poker Origins

Team Bodog's Jay “pocketjays” Tan discusses her poker origins, being an adrenaline junkie and going deep in this year's Aussie Millions.

Jay Tan Renews Deal with Team Bodog

Jay Tan has renewed her sponsorship deal with Team Bodog for another year.

Seat Open with Jay Tan: Part Two

This week, Jay continues her story, sharing her experience moving into playing poker as a full-time job, the progression of her career, and being in a relationship with another poker player.

Seat Open with Jay Tan Part One

This week, Team Bodog sponsored pro, Jay Tan, talks about her life growing up, and how she discovered her newfound career in poker.

The Weekly Turbo: Isaac Haxton Joins PokerStars, Poker Hall of Fame Inductees, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including Isaac Haxton's new deal with PokerStars, the two new members of the Poker Hall of Fame, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Bodog Eyes Asia, 3G Studios Applies for Gaming License, and More

The Bodog Poker Network has their eyes set on Asia, and 3G Studios has applied for an online gaming license in Nevada.

The Nightly Turbo: Phil Ivey Owed £7.3 Million, Vadim Trincher Sues Donald Trump, & More

Why has a London casino not paid Phil Ivey his £7.3 million?

The Weekly Turbo: PokerStars Closes FTP Deal, Facebook Launches Gambling, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including PokerStars' completion of the deal to acquire Full Tilt Poker, Facebook launching real-money gambling, and more.

PokerNews Weekly: Facebook Gaming, Nevada's Real-Money Online Poker, and More

Lynn Gilmartin brings you the top poker news stories of the week.

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Saves Jobs at Full Tilt, Michael Phelps Tweets, and More

PokerStars saved 200 jobs for Full Tilt Poker staffers, and Michael Phelps sent tweets to several poker pros.

Bodog Poker to Exit 20 Countries by September 2012

Bodog will be pulling out of 20 countries by Sept. 1, 2012. Players have been advised to withdraw funds in their accounts.

The Weekly Turbo: 42 Confirmed for $1 Million Buy-in Event, Brad Booth Scandal, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including the latest confirmations for the Big One for One Drop, Brad Booth coming clean about his debts to the poker community, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Justin Shronk Charity Tournament, Bodog Poker Network Sold, and More

The Justin Shronk Memorial Charity Tournament will take place in August, and the Bodog Poker Network was sold.

The Nightly Turbo: Ben Lamb Enters One Drop, Poker Coming to North Carolina, and More

Ben Lamb says he's playing the $1 million Big One for One Drop, and the Governor of North Carolina has signed a bill into law that allows live poker at an Indian casino.

The Weekly Turbo: Mike Sexton Rants, Tiger Woods' Charity Poker Tournament, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including Mike Sexton's rant about the lack of professionalism in poker, Tiger Woods' charity poker tournament, and more.