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Tag: Online Poker

Tony G Exclusive: "With TonyBet Poker I Gave Players What They Wanted"

One week after turning 40 years old, Tony G sits down with PokerNews to discuss his new open-face Chinese poker site, his plans to run in European Parliament, and business.

The Online Railbird Report: “samrostan” Wins $912,000; Galfond Drops $620,000

For the second week in a row, “samrostan” finished as the week’s biggest winner up $912,134, while Phil Galfond dropped $620,888.

PokerNews Guide To Bitcoin, Pt. 3: The Cons of Bitcoin in Online Poker

In the final Part 3 of the PokerNews Poker Player's Guide To Bitcoin, author Michael Friedman looks at the disadvantages of Bitcoin to online poker.

World Series of Poker Announces 2014 Dates

The 2014 World Series of Poker will run from May 27-July 14. Dates for the Millionaire Maker, One Drop, and Main Event announced.

POLL: 65% of Americans Support Legalization of Online Poker in U.S.

A recent poll shows that 65% of Americans support the legalization of online poker in the U.S.

Wynn Resorts, Station Casinos Join American Gaming Association

Wynn Resorts, Station Casinos and Churchill Downs are the latest companies to join the American Gaming Association.

French Parliament Rules Against European Shared Liquidity

French National Assembly rejects an amendment to allow for shared liquidity in Europe: "We do not want to turn online poker into an uncontrollable ogre."

PokerStars Introducing Zoom-Only High-Stakes Games to "Remove Predatory Environment"

Beginning Jan. 1, PokerStars will be replacing high-stakes NLHE and PLO games with Zoom Poker player pools on a trial basis.

President of French Gaming Regulator ARJEL Stepping Down in January

Jean-François Vilotte, president of France’s gambling regulator ARJEL, announced late last week that he will be leaving his post in January.

Poker Data Powers Unite: PocketFives' Adam Small Talks Partnership with the Hendon Mob's Adam Small discusses the company's recent partnership with the Global Poker Index and the Hendon Mob.

PokerNews Guide To Bitcoin, Pt. 2: The Pros of Bitcoin in Online Poker

In Part 2 of the PokerNews Poker Player's Guide To Bitcoin, author Michael Friedman looks at the advantages of Bitcoin to online poker.

California Entrepreneur Invents "Texas Block 'Em" Game; Claims Legality

Palo Alto entrepreneur Arthur Pfeiffer invents "Texas Block'em," claiming it's legality because it involves "no luck."

Mike "MikeyCasino" Azzaro Dominating the Sunday Majors at partypoker New Jersey

Mike "MikeyCasino" Azzaro took down the first two Sunday Majors on partypoker New Jersey. Will he go for the hat trick this week?

The Online Railbird Report: Antonius & Heinecker Fly High; Cates Fires Off in Chat

“Samrostan,” Patrik “FinddaGrind” Antonius, and Niklas "ragen70" Heinecker all book decent wins in relatively slow week of high-stakes online action.

Golden Nugget Approved to Offer Internet Gambling in New Jersey

The Golden Nugget in Atlantic City received approval to offer Internet gambling in New Jersey.

PayPal Shares Customer Information With Company Led by UltimateBet Coverup Suspect

PayPal shares customer information with company led by UltimateBet cheating suspect.

Indian Tribes Look to Capitalize on Internet Gaming in U.S.

With more and more states showing interest in online gambling, Indian tribes across the country want a piece of the market.

TonyBet Poker Launches With an Early Christmas Surprise!

TonyBet Poker launches with an early Christmas surprise, Open Face Chinese Poker!

Skrill Confirms Exit of Canadian Market in January 2014

Skrill has confirmed that it is exiting the Canadian market on Jan. 2, 2014 after a recent review of the company's operations.

Finnish Computer Security Company F-Secure Confirms "Sharking" Attacks at EPT Barcelona

Finnish computer security company F-Secure confirms "Sharking" attacks on Jens Kyllönen and others at EPT Barcelona.