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Tag: Pokerstars

The Sunday Briefing: Marco Johnson Wins 2nd WCOOP HORSE Title at PokerStars

Marco Johnson, Dan Kelly and Ben Tollerene were among the big names who reached WCOOP final tables this week. Find out who won in the Sunday Briefing. Pulls Out of United Kingdom has emailed its UK customers that it is officially closing its doors to UK players on Oct. 1.

Five Thoughts: Forrest vs. Matusow, Polk vs. Bank of America, and More

Five Thoughts examines the beef between Ted Forrest and Mike Matusow, Doug Polk's issues with Bank of America, and more.

My First WCOOP: Team Pro Andre Akkari Talks About His First Time Playing from Brazil

In our latest edition of My First WCOOP, we caught up w/ Brazil’s Andre Akkari of PokerStars Team Pro to talk about his first time playing the online event.

BlogNews Weekly: Poker Journeys, Isaac Haxton's Big Day, and Preflop Calling Ranges

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

Several PokerStars Domains Blacklisted in Hungary; Full Tilt Not Included

Several PokerStars domains blacklisted in Hungary, although the country's gambling authority did not include Full Tilt Poker.

Gus Hansen Bails on Heads-Up Showdown with Viktor "Isildur1" Blom

Gus Hansen bails on heads-up showdown with Viktor "Isildur1" Blom.

Heads-Up with Ankush Mandavia: WCOOP Chop Leads to Biggest Score of His Career

Ankush Mandavia chopped the WCOOP 8-Max High Roller on Sunday for more than $585,000. He chatted with PokerNews about the huge score.

The Sunday Briefing: Mikal "mikal12345" Blomlie Wins Third WCOOP Title at PokerStars

Mikal "mikal12345" Blomlie won his third career WCOOP title at PokerStars, leaving him one shy of the all-time record. Get the full results in the Sunday Briefing.

UK Round-Up: Big Scores Galore for UK and Ireland Grinders

Discover what the most popular stories of the past week were from our UK & Ireland facing PokerNews portal.

The Online Railbird Report: Gus Hansen's Disastrous Year Continues

"Sanlker" finished as the week's biggest high-stakes winner with $685,203 in profit while Gus Hansen took home title of biggest loser after dropping $751,486.

New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak: PokerStars Approval in NJ Only Weeks Away

New Jersey Sen. Ray Lesniak says PokerStars will soon be approved to offer online poker in New Jersey. "It's going to be soon and it's going to be huge."

Online Chat: Mirza “Zaza” Muhovic Zooms His Way to Success on PokerStars

Ivey League Coach Mirza “Zaza” Muhovic regularly plays up to 24 tables at a time & is one of PokerStars’ biggest winners at the $5/$10 no-limit Zoom tables.

BlogNews Weekly: Strategy with Randy Lew and the Blom vs. Hansen Heads-Up Matches

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

My First WCOOP: Team Online's Naoya Kihara Reflects on His First Time Playing

In our inaugural edition of My First WCOOP, we caught up with Japan’s Naoya Kihara of PokerStars Team Online to talk about his first time playing.

The Sunday Briefing: WCOOP and MiniFTOPS Begin; Fabian Quoss Wins The Sunday Major

The World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) and MiniFTOPS got underway this week, and Fabian Quoss won yet another major online tournament.

The PokerStars WCOOP Returns Sept. 7 With a $40 Million Prize Pool

Play for a share of at least $40 million in the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) from Sept. 7 to Sept. 28.

The Online Railbird Report: Antonius, Cates and Thuritz Pulling Away on 2014 Leaderboard

Patrik “FinddaGrind” Antonius won $745,346 online over the past two weeks, which was enough to make him the biggest winner during that span.