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Tag: Borgata

Phil Ivey Appeals Against Crockford’s Ruling

The legal battle against Crockford's continues: "I can confirm that Phil Ivey filed papers at the Court of Appeal last week," Ivey's lawyer said.

Five Thoughts: Danzer Wins WSOP Player of the Year, Hall of Fame Selections, and More

Five Thoughts examines the conclusion to the 2014 WSOP Player of the Year race, EPT London, and the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame class.

Phil Ivey Rejects Cheating Accusations in Court: "It's Not In My Nature to Cheat"

"I would not be doing my job very well if I did not seek to use to my benefit weaknesses that I identify in the way that casinos set up or offer particular casino games."

Phil Ivey to Discuss "Edge Sorting" Lawsuits on 60 Minutes

Phil Ivey will discuss his two pending lawsuits against casinos in a 60 Minutes Sports interview with James Brown on Oct. 7.

Five Thoughts: Ultimate Gaming Exits NJ, Celebrates, and Elias' Big WPT Win

Five Thoughts examines's highs, Ultimate Gaming's lows, and Elias' big win at Borgata.

Darren Elias Wins World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open for $843,744

Darren Elias defeated Kane Kalas in heads-up play to win the World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open for $843,744.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Day 4: Kane Kalas Takes Big Lead Into Final Table

The WPT Borgata Poker Open began with 1,226 entrants, but is now down to the final table of six which includes Darren Elias, Blake Bohn, and Kane Kalas.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Day 3: Jean Gaspard Big Chip Leader with 31 Remaining

WPT Borgata Poker Open saw 150 players return for Day 3 action, but just 31 would survive the evening with Jean Gaspard and his stack of 5,464,000 leading.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Day 2: Blake Bohn Leads Final 150 Players

WPT Borgata Poker Open saw 606 players return for Day 2 action, but just 150 would survive the evening with Blake Bohn and his stack of 807,500 leading.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Day 1b: Darelene Lee On Top as 425 of 826 Entries Advance

WPT Borgata Poker Open continued on Monday as 826 entrants turned up for Day 1b action. Approximately 425 advanced to Day 2 w/ Darlene Lee leading the way.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Day 1a: Bianco Leads as 172 of 400 Advance

The WPT Borgata Poker Open kicked off on Sunday as 400 entrants turned up for Day 1a action. Just 172 advanced to Day 2 w/ Ben Bianco leading the way.

Five Thoughts: 2014 Poker Hall of Fame Finalists, Another Million for Colman, and More

Five Thoughts examines the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame finalists, another seven-figure win for Daniel Colman, and more.

World Poker Tour Championship Returning to Atlantic City in 2015

The Borgata in Atlantic City will host four World Poker Tour events in Season XIII, including the WPT Championship.

Jonathan Evans Defeats Aaron Massey to Win Borgata Poker Open Event #1 for $337,801

Jonathan "Nolte" Evans defeated Aaron Massey to win Event #1 of the Borgata Poker Open for $337,801. That tournament attracted a massive 4,158 runners.

Five Thoughts: The Newsweek Article, Seiver Discusses ONE DROP Bluff, and More

Five Thoughts examines the reaction to the Newsweek article on online gaming, Scott Seiver's big bluff in the ONE DROP, and more.

Ivey's Edge-Sorting Accomplice, Cheng Yin Sun, Files Lawsuit Against Foxwoods

Phil Ivey's accomplice from Borgata edge sorting lawsuit, Cheng Yin Sun, has filed a lawsuit against Foxwoods, who is allegedly withholding her winnings.

Five Thoughts: Ivey Posts Bail, Hellmuth Eats a Burger, and Crown Makes Headlines

This week's Five Thoughts looks at Phil Ivey bailing out his friends in Macau, Phil Hellmuth stuffing a huge burger in his mouth, and more.

Phil Ivey Files Motion to Dismiss Borgata Lawsuit, Claims Win Was "All Skill"

Phil Ivey has filed a motion to dismiss Borgata's edge sorting lawsuit, claiming that his $9.6 million win at the casino was all skill.

Mixed-Games Specialist Melissa Burr Emerges as a Force at the World Series of Poker

After cashing in only one WSOP event entering this summer, Melissa Burr has already made three deep runs and is looking for another in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship.

Nick Guagenti On a Roll to Redemption After Borgata Scandal

Nick Guagenti was was one the 27 players affected by the counterfeit chip scandal at Borgata in January. After months of distress, he's turning the corner and putting the incident behind him.