Dr. David Dao Was “Going Nuts” in WSOP Event Prior to United Airlines Incident
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Dr. David Dao Was “Going Nuts” in WSOP Event Prior to United Airlines Incident

April 12th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
United Airlines passenger David Dao is a poker-playing doctor with a sordid past that involves drug trafficking and sex scandals. Dao made the headlines on April 9 when he was dragged from a United Airlines flight with his face...
Libratus Offspring to Prove AI Win Wasn’t Luck in $290K Match
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Libratus Offspring to Prove AI Win Wasn’t Luck in $290K Match

April 7th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
The legacy of Libratus is set to make an impact on Asia thanks to an exhibition match between Carnegie Mellon University’s artificial intelligence (AI) software and a team of Chinese players. When poker bot Libratus beat...
Commerce Casino Bans Cell Phones and Shades in New
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Commerce Casino Bans Cell Phones and Shades in New

March 27th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
The Commerce Casino in Los Angeles is planning to make live poker “fun” with a new tournament it’s called “the social experiment.” Under the guidance of tournament director Matt Savage, the Commerce...
Pretlow Talks Up Online Poker in New York During TV Interview
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Pretlow Talks Up Online Poker in New York During TV Interview

February 27th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
Potential regulation for online poker in New York received another boost recently after Assemblyman J Gary Pretlow (D-Mt. Vernon) signaled he’s ready to move the issue along. On February 7, 2017, Pretlow submitted A05250 in...
Unibet Poker Signs New Ambassadors in a Bid to Improve Online Presence
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Unibet Poker Signs New Ambassadors in a Bid to Improve Online Presence

February 22nd, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
Unibet Poker has drafted in three Irish pros with a strong social media presence to help increase its marketing potential across Europe. Dara O’Kearney, David Lappin and 2013 Irish Open Main Event winner Ian Simpson have...
Partypoker Live’s Big Prizepool Tournament Series Brings in EPT’s John Duthie
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Partypoker Live’s Big Prizepool Tournament Series Brings in EPT’s John Duthie

February 3rd, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
Partypoker LIVE has pulled on the talents of former EPT creator John Duthie, hoping that lightning can strike twice for the British pro poker player and television producer. Duthie will be the new director of the multimillion...
Could Creativity Help Humans Beat Poker Bot Libratus?
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Could Creativity Help Humans Beat Poker Bot Libratus?

January 18th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
Humans’ superior poker playing powers are under threat from Libratus after the artificial intelligence (AI) computer raced to a commanding lead on Day 7 of the man vs. machine challenge. After quickly taking the lead in its...
Biggest Post-WSOP Poker Tournament Highlights of 2016: Who Amazed Us in the Second Half of the Year
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Biggest Post-WSOP Poker Tournament Highlights of 2016: Who Amazed Us in the Second Half of the Year

January 2nd, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
When it comes to poker tournaments, the World Series of Poker (WSOP) is the largest series of the year. But it’s far from the only one. There are events held across the world, and we thought it worthwhile to take a look back at...
Pennsylvania and California Online Poker Legislation in 2016: Much Ado About Nothing Being Passed
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Pennsylvania and California Online Poker Legislation in 2016: Much Ado About Nothing Being Passed

December 28th, 2016 | by Jason Reynolds
When it came to Pennsylvania and California’s online poker passage plans in 2016, hopes were high, but delivery was low. Although many around the poker community expected Pennsylvania to pass legislation long before the...
Holiday Poker Events Becoming the New Normal as Traditions Change
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Holiday Poker Events Becoming the New Normal as Traditions Change

November 25th, 2016 | by Jason Reynolds
Not to sound clichéd, but the world is ever-changing. Spending 24 hours a day with family during major holidays was a given once upon a time. But today, with fewer traditional families than 20 years ago, many partake in...