partypoker Still Slumped Over and Losing Guests
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partypoker Still Slumped Over and Losing Guests

September 14th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
partypoker’s ring game traffic has dropped to a two-year low, according to PokerScout.com. The site may have the lion’s share of online poker in New Jersey, with over 40 percent of the market through its relationship with the...
New Zynga Poker App Includes Skill-Matching Features
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New Zynga Poker App Includes Skill-Matching Features

September 12th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Zynga Poker has never been the go-to app for serious poker players, but that doesn’t take away from its importance in the poker world. It’s the leading way for casual poker players to engage in play money games, and...
California Closed Door Poker Policy Could Stifle Industry
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California Closed Door Poker Policy Could Stifle Industry

September 11th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Online poker in California is being hailed as the next big development in the iGaming world, but could the state’s hardball tactics hamper its chances of success? Over the past five years, California legislators have been...
Jason Helder Swoops WinStar Main Event for $1M
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Jason Helder Swoops WinStar Main Event for $1M

September 5th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
The WinStar River Poker Series (WRPS) Main Event may not have been the biggest tournament poker story of the week (that honor likely goes to the $10 million guaranteed event at the Seminole Hard Rock in Florida), but it was a...
Delaware Online Poker Sees Small Gains in July
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Delaware Online Poker Sees Small Gains in July

September 2nd, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Delaware’s online poker system certainly isn’t the most glamorous Internet gambling marketplace in the world. Even in the United States, it’s clearly the smallest of the three states that have legalized Internet...
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Dip in July
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Nevada Online Poker Revenues Dip in July

August 31st, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Nevada’s online poker sites had a record-breaking month in June. It was the first time they had ever surpassed the $1 million mark in revenues, and was fueled mostly by the presence of tens of thousands of poker players in...
888 to Expand as CEO Mattingley Steps Down
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888 to Expand as CEO Mattingley Steps Down

August 29th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
888 Holdings PLC made two big announcements this week ahead of the company’s push for dominance in the American market. The first snippet of news was confirmation that Brian Mattingley will be stepping down as...
Rumors Swirl Around Daniel Cates Hitman Allegations
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Rumors Swirl Around Daniel Cates Hitman Allegations

August 27th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Did Daniel Cates, long considered one of the best online and heads-up poker pros in history, hire a hitman to enforce an outstanding debt? That’s the question the poker community is currently asking after the American...
Reddit Says that Poker Not A Sport
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Reddit Says that Poker Not A Sport

August 24th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Is poker a sport? It’s a question that poker players have wrestled with for a number of years, but one that doesn’t appear to have a clear answer. However, thanks to Reddit, we may now have more of an idea of where...
PokerStars Confiscating Funds of Americans Playing for Real Money
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PokerStars Confiscating Funds of Americans Playing for Real Money

August 21st, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
When PokerStars was forced out of the American market by the US Department of Justice after Black Friday, many poker players in the United States looked for ways around this restriction. PokerStars itself was willing to keep...