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    US Judge Rules Leon Tsoukernik’s Alleged $2 Million Debt Isn’t Enforceable
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    US Judge Rules Leon Tsoukernik’s Alleged $2 Million Debt Isn’t Enforceable

    October 18th, 2017 | by Kaycee James
    Kings Casino owner Leon Tsoukernik has won part of his recent legal battle against Australian poker pro Matthew Kirk, but he may still have to payout $2 million. Following a lawsuit brought against him by Kirk back in June 2017,...
    Harvey Weinstein Creates Twitter Beef Between Matusow and Selbst
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    Harvey Weinstein Creates Twitter Beef Between Matusow and Selbst

    October 13th, 2017 | by Kaycee James
    Controversial Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has caused a stir in poker world after Mike Matusow decided to comment on his alleged crimes. As more actresses and Hollywood insiders come forward with claims pertaining to the...
    Absolute Poker’s Scott Tom Spends Just One Week in Jail
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    Absolute Poker’s Scott Tom Spends Just One Week in Jail

    October 11th, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
    Absolute Poker founder Scott Tom has been released from jail and taken a one-way trip back to the US after spending just one week behind bars. Tom was initially charged with operating an illegal online betting site back in 2011....
    Las Vegas Shooter’s Video Poker Habits Give Clues But Not Answers
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    Las Vegas Shooter’s Video Poker Habits Give Clues But Not Answers

    October 6th, 2017 | by Kaycee James
    As stories about Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock emerge, the first bits of information available about the semi-reclusive man who killed 58 innocent concertgoers and injured nearly 500 revolve around his life as a regular...
    Las Vegas Shooter’s High-Stakes Gambling Surged Prior to Mass Killing
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    Las Vegas Shooter’s High-Stakes Gambling Surged Prior to Mass Killing

    October 5th, 2017 | by Kaycee James
    Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was gambling up to $30,000 a day in the weeks leading up to Sunday night’s deadly massacre, according to police. An anonymous source told the Associated Press the gunman got the two-room suite...
    Las Vegas Killer Identified as Public Grapples with Worst Mass Shooting in US History
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    Las Vegas Killer Identified as Public Grapples with Worst Mass Shooting in US History

    October 3rd, 2017 | by Kaycee James
    It was the deadliest shooting in US history. So far, 59 people have been confirmed dead and 527 injured at Sunday night’s Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas. According...
    PokerStars WCOOP Pays Out Record $90 Million, Tournaments Unaffected by Corporate Turmoil
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    PokerStars WCOOP Pays Out Record $90 Million, Tournaments Unaffected by Corporate Turmoil

    October 2nd, 2017 | by Jason Reynolds
    More than 100,000 players from 130 countries competed in PokerStars’ 2017 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP), which wrapped up last week. The large turnout resulted in a record $90.6 million in prize money, far...
    Portland Meadows Could Lose Cash Cow Lottery Terminals if Poker Room Doesn’t Change
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    Portland Meadows Could Lose Cash Cow Lottery Terminals if Poker Room Doesn’t Change

    September 28th, 2017 | by Brian Corlisse
    The Portland Meadows racetrack, is facing a new deadline in its ongoing battle with Oregon Lottery officials, who are continuing an effort to dismantle the city’s poker scene, claiming the largest poker room in the state’s...
    Hawaii Cracks Down on Gambling Dens as Online Legalization Efforts Fizzle
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    Hawaii Cracks Down on Gambling Dens as Online Legalization Efforts Fizzle

    September 26th, 2017 | by Brian Corlisse
    Police in Honolulu gave a heads-up to an estimated 100 illegal card rooms and underground slot parlors, warning that in coming weeks they intend to conduct raids. The announcement last week coincides with a crackdown on gambling...
    New Jersey Online Poker Director Not Folding on Liquidity Sharing Deal
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    New Jersey Online Poker Director Not Folding on Liquidity Sharing Deal

    August 2nd, 2017 | by Brian Corlisse
    New Jersey online poker officials are once again looking at a liquidity sharing deal with Nevada as European countries get set to breakdown their virtual borders. According to a recent interview with Global Gaming Business (GGB)...