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Pescatori Close to Third Bracelet in Berlin While POY Eludes Him

Italian Max Pescatori was closing in on a third WSOP bracelet in 2015 in Event #1: €2,200 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em at the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe in Berlin, Germany Thursday.

Inside Gaming: Nevada Revenue Down as Strip Slides, Skill-Based Games at G2E

Nevada endured a down month for gaming revenue with the Strip in particular suffering a decline; meanwhile the G2E conference wraps up in Las Vegas.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Debt Woes Continue, Sands Gives Up in Florida, Showboat Bought Again

Caesars at a $2 billion "impasse" with creditors, bankruptcy looms; Las Vegas Sands gives up on Florida; and the Showboat Atlantic City changes hands again.

2015 WSOP November Nine: Max Steinberg Parlays DraftKings Qualifier Into Final Table

2015 World Series of Poker November Niner Max Steinberg turned a $27 DraftKings daily fantasy sports qualifier into a final table seat.

Famed Gambler Archie Karas Banned from All Nevada Casinos

Two decades after "The Run," Archie Karas has been placed in Nevada's "Black Book," officially known as Nevada's List of Excluded Persons.

Card Counter Sues Hard Rock Casino and Resort in Las Vegas

A New Jersey gambler sues the Hard Rock in Las Vegas on claims that the casino illegally detained him and confiscated $3,625 worth of casino chips in August 2015 after they witnessed him counting cards at a blackjack table.

WSOP.com Nevada Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Saturday with Special Promo

WSOP.com NV celebrates its two-year anniversary with special promotion.

WSOP November Niner Pierre Neuville: "I Am Living a Dream"

Pierre Neuville on his road to November Nine: "I have a very complete, structured, and detailed plan."

BlogNews Weekly: Jason Mercier on His Big Summer, Betting to Inducing & More

Learn about Jason Mercier's summer, the power of inducing, and the five greatest sports teams in this week's edition of BlogNews Weekly.

Caesars Agrees to Pay $20 Million Penalty Over Anti-Money Laundering Lapses

Caesars Entertainment Corp has reached a $20 million deal with the Justice Department to settle charges over anti-money laundering lapses.

Inside Gaming: Las Vegas Club Shutters After Being Sold, a NY iPoker Hearing & More

This week’s Inside Gaming takes a look at the closing of one of Vegas' oldest downtown casinos, an online poker hearing in New York, and more.

Inside Gaming: Nevada, Macau Revenue Declines; Frissora’s First Earnings Call as Caesars CEO

Nevada and Macau both report monthly revenue declines, MGM denies plans to sell The Mirage, and Caesars' new CEO Mark Frissora reports second quarter gains.

Inside Gaming: Speculation Over MGM’s Mirage Sale Intensifies; Native American Gaming Revenue Up

MGM Resorts may be about to sell The Mirage, Native American gaming up again in 2014, and the Seminoles' agreement to deal blackjack in Florida is expiring.

Inside Gaming: Caesars’ Stock Swoons After Failure to Halt Bankruptcy Lawsuits

A judge rules creditors can pursue lawsuits against Caesars, meaning the parent company may face having to file bankruptcy; GLPI and Pinnacle merge.

Winter, Nitsche, Kaverman, Petrangelo Cap Off Summer with Bellagio Cup Four-Way Chop

Sean Winter, Dominik Nitsche, Byron Kaverman, and Nick Petrangelo cap off summer with four-way chop in Bellagio Cup XI.

What To Watch For, WSOP Main Event Day 6: One Former N9er, Five Germans, and One Woman

Here's what to watch for heading into Day 6 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event.

72-Year-Old Pierre Neuville Leads Final 69 in 2015 WSOP Main Event; Negreanu Alive

With just 69 players remaining after Day 5 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event, Belgian Pierre Neuville led the way. Daniel Negreanu remained in contention.

Phil Hellmuth Says “I Inspire Hundreds of Millions of People”

Phil Hellmuth says he "I inspire hundreds of millions of people all over the globe" and accepts the responsibility.

Ultimate Railbird: For 10 Years, Paul Gilbert Has Seen It All at the WSOP

Most familiar faces at the WSOP belong to famous players. Paul Gilbert may be a railbird, but he's as omnipresent as some of the biggest names in the game.

1993 Main Event Champion Jim Bechtel Making a Run More Than Two Decades Later

1993 WSOP Main Event champion Jim Bechtel making a run in the big one again more than two decades later.

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