Tag: Borgata

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: "big.appl3" Ships the $50,000 Ultimate Warrior

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news for Dec. 4.

The Weekly Turbo: PokerStars, GPL, Ivey and Gift Guide: Hello, Holidays

This Weekly Turbo was jam packed with PokerStars news, another update on Phil Ivey's edge-sorting case and the first GPL champion ever.

Phil Ivey Contests Borgata Request for His Baccarat Winnings

Phil Ivey requests his baccarat winnings from Borgata after they ask for a refund of his baccarat winnings in an edge-sorting case from 2012.

Travis Hartshorn Wins Borgata Fall Poker Open ($302,978)

The Fall Poker Open Championship at Borgata drew almost 500 players for over $1.2 million in prizes. The lion's share went to Travis Hartshorn, who beat David Johnston in a long heads-up match.

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: Daniel Lupo, Daniel Buzgon, David Coleman Win Big!

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news for Nov. 27.

Looking Back At The Boom: Daniel Negreanu Gives Thanks For A Front Row Seat

Celebrating his first Thanksgiving as an American citizen, Daniel Negreanu looks back at poker's boom.

The Weekly Turbo: Felipe Ramos, PokerStars and Third-Level Thinking

This Weekly Turbo: Felipe Ramos opens up about his rags to riches story, PokerStars could go private and third-level thinking could change your game.

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: John "FizzEdJohn" Cosgrove Jr. Wins Big

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news for Nov. 7.

Adam Goldberg, Anna Antimony Chop 1,659-Entry Borgata Event

The Borgata Fall Poker Open got underway last week with more than 1,600 turning up for a $560 event. Adam Goldberg and Anna Antimony made a deal for over $125,000 each.

Good For The Game: Saving Atlantic City

The recent U.S. presidential election may have had controversy surrounding presidential-elect Donald Trump, but New Jersey's voters deciding against casino expansion outside of Atlantic City may save it.

PokerStars Ready To Accept Challenges Coming out of NJ Festival

Neil Johnson talks to PokerNews about the challenges of putting on the first-ever PokerStars Festival New Jersey, including marketing issues and trying to understand player needs.

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: Michael Haberman Jr. Scores His Biggest Win To Date

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news for Nov. 7.

READ: Phil Ivey Loses Appeal Against Genting Casinos UK

Phil Ivey loses his appeal to retain his winnings from playing a form of baccarat in one of Genting Casinos UK's London casinos, Crockfords Casino.

UK Qualifier Living The Dream at PokerStars Festival New Jersey

The return of PokerStars live events to US soil brings with it the dream of qualifying online for a big-time poker experience for pennies on the dollar

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: Jesse "ROU$EY" Elliot Wins the NJCOOP Main Event for $38K!

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news.

From Stud to Stars: The Past, Present and Future of Poker in Atlantic City

PokerNews traces back the history of poker in Atlantic City. This weekend marks the return of PokerStars events to American soil.

New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: Moneymaker Chops NJCOOP Event for $16K!

It was another action-packed week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news.

Five Thoughts: Kassouf's Fame, Ivey's Split Decision and Becoming a Belieber

This Week's Five Thoughts considers if William Kassouf's 15 minutes of fame are up, Phil Ivey's latest court battle, Justin Bieber's foray into poker, David Yan's high roller hot streak and the truth about Timofey Kuznetsov on Twitter.

Court Opinion Split on Phil Ivey's $9.6M Baccarat Win

A federal judge ruled that Phil Ivey did not commit fraud playing baccarat at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City in April 2014, but that he did breach casino contract.

To Defend or Give Up? Playing Junky Hands from the Big Blind

Jonathan Little reviews a tournament hand in which he's short-stacked and having to decide over defending his blind with a speculative hand.

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