Tag: Cole South

888poker Ranks the Most Influential Poker Books

How many of these poker books have you read and digested?

Brian Hastings Quits Poker

Brian Hastings has quit poker, explaining his past indiscretions in his blog. PokerNews traces back his decisions that led to this point.

The Online Railbird Report: "bbvisbadforme," Danzer, and Haxton Drive Action

It was a rather slow week at the high-stakes tables this week, but that didn't stop "bbvisbadforme," George Danzer & Ike Haxton from putting in some hours.

The Online Railbird Report: Blom Week's Biggest Loser; Antonius Misses High Stakes Poker

"JayP-AA" finished as the biggest online winner of the week with $204,576 in profit, while Viktor "Isildur1" Blom dropped $116,597 to finish as big loser.

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.

IveyPoker Acquires LeggoPoker

IveyPoker has acquired LeggoPoker to start Ivey League, a subscription-based poker teaching site featuring training videos and content from Team Ivey.

Top 10 Stories of 2012: #10, Phil Ivey Returns in a Big Way

The year is winding down and we've decided to take a look back at the Top 10 Stories of 2012, beginning with #10: Phil Ivey Returns To the Felt in a Big Way.

The Weekly Turbo: DOJ Discusses Full Tilt Poker Repayments, Lederer Petition, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including a hearing between the Poker Players Alliance and the Department of Justice about Full Tilt Poker refunds, a petition to ban Howard Lederer from a poker room in Las Vegas, and more.

PokerNews Weekly: Noah Schwartz wins WPT Jacksonville; Phil Ivey Signs Cole South

A look at the top poker news stories of the week.

The Nightly Turbo: Phil Ivey Recruits Cole South, PPA Meets with Feds, and More

Phil Ivey recruited Cole South as an instructor for his training site, and the Poker Player's Alliance met with the Department of Justice.

Online Railbird: South Heads North While Hansen and Blom Book Wins

The high-stakes online action heated up over the past week, especially between Gus Hansen and Patrik Antonius who each experience million-dollar swings.

PokerNews Op-Ed: Hand History Analysis Has and Always Will Be Part of Poker

He may be heading home from Cornell University on winter break with an extra $4.2 million in his bank account, but Brian Hastings is biting his tongue right now. Three thousand miles west in Santa Barbara, Brian Townsend’s perpetually furrowed...

Phil Ivey Wins Close to $1 Million - The Online Railbird Report Vol. 24

With the World Series of Poker in the rearview mirror, a busy week of online high stakes poker produced several big winners.