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Tag: Poker Time

PokerNews Debate: Is a Shot Clock Good for Poker?

PokerNews Editor in Chief Donnie Peters and Senior Editor Chad Holloway debate whether or not a shot clock would be good for poker.

PokerNews Goes to the Runner Runner Premiere

Our very own Chad Holloway talks about his experience at the world premiere of the new poker film Runner Runner starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake.

Screenwriters David Levien and Brian Koppelman on Runner Runner, Rounders 2 & Affleck

The screenwriters of Rounders and the upcoming Runner Runner talk poker, Ben Affleck and a possible sequel to one of poker's biggest films.

Bullets Looks to Become Poker's Premier Web-Based TV Show

Bullets is a new web-based poker TV that releases new episodes every Monday night. Check out our interview with creator Ty Leisher and producer Lex Edelman.

Director Aidin Nakhai Talks About Web-Based Game Theory TV

Game Theory, a new web-based poker TV show, has impressed many in the poker world. Director Aidin Nakhai talks to PokerNews about the show's origin, production and more.

Two-Time MSPT Champ Matt Kirby Talks Titles, Family & Poker in the Midwest

28-year-old Minnesotan Matt Kirby is enjoying a career year in 2012 with $158,384 in winnings and two Mid-States Poker Tour titles.

A Prop Bet Story: "Diet Ketchup's" Calf Meets "Acesflow"

Prop bets are oftentimes outlandish and ridiculous, as evidenced by the TwoPlusTwo-inspired John “Acesflow11” Watson tattoo "Diet Ketchup" got on his calf.

PokerNews Weekly: Greg Merson Wins WSOP, Ivey Poker, & ISPT

The top poker news stories of the week.

WSOP-C Horseshoe Southern Indiana Day 2: Final Table Reached with Charles “Woody” Moore Leading the Way

Day 2 action from the World Series of Poker Circuit Southern Indiana.

A Look at What 2010 Holds for Online Poker Legislation

Online poker turned a corner in its battle with the U.S. government toward the end of 2009. The talk on Capitol Hill in the new year will be more about regulation than prohibition. There is little doubt that 2010 will be poker's best year yet...

Tonight's WSOP Main Event Coverage on ESPN features Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, and Daniel Negreanu

It's that time of the week again folks, so strap in and get ready for some World Series of Poker action from the wunderkinds at ESPN. The 2009 Main Event coverage continues at 8:00 PM (EST) featuring an all-star line-up that should keep poker fans...

The Nightly Turbo: Phil Ivey Prop Bets, Seven-Deuce on Cereus, and More

PokerNews is proud to introduce The Nightly Turbo, a slew of the days most pertinent news and forum banter. With so much extra time on your hands, we expect some serious improvement in your poker game.

WSOP Champions Invitational Debuts Tonight

ESPN’s coverage of the World Series of Poker continues tonight with the debut of the first-ever Champions Invitational. The event was open to the select group of players who have won a Main Event bracelet. This star-studded 20-man tournament should prov

Letter from the Editor: The New PokerNews.com

I think it's safe to say that poker players are creatures of habit. We stack our chips the same way, often play the same slate of tournaments online, and always book winning sessions. Ok, well, that last one may not be entirely accurate…

Playlist 1: Start of Tournament, Bubble Play and Finale Table Stage

For both serious, and casual online poker players, Sundays are (hopefully) a long grind. For those who don't want to play in a meditative state, music can be the perfect middle ground between total silence and the distraction of television. Don't...