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Harry Law wins GUKPT Leeds
The GUKPT made its maiden visit to Leeds over the weekend with 228 entrants taking to the tables at the city's Westgate Casino for the Â£500 Main Event. (full story)
Sam Trickett Still Alive in WPT Merit Classic
After two opening days at this year's partypoker WPT Merit North Cyprus Classic Main Event has seen 404 players take to the felt. Easily surpassing last year's 262 entrants, the early action saw the likes of Sam Trickett, Toby Lewis and Nicolas Chouity all enjoying some sun, sea and 3-betting. (full story)
PokerStars WCOOP in Full Swing
The latest incarnation of PokerStars' WCOOP got underway yesterday and, by the time the registration desks had closed in the three opening events, more than 25,000 players had anted up in search $3 million in guaranteed prizes. (full story)
Tom Marchese's $1.3m Triumph
Tom Marchese has earned his second seven-figure score of 2014 after winning the latest $100,000 buy-in Aria Super High Roller. (full story)
Trickett's Iron Man Impression
We always knew that Sam Trickett was a high flier. We've never seen him take off at sea, mind. (full story)
Unibet Open Warm-Ups Start Now
Hold on to your hats, because the countdown is now on for the Unibet Open. Don't want to wait until the 27th November for some sweet live action? Then you don't need to, because the Unibet Open Warm-Ups start this weekend at Aspers Casino Stratford. (full story)
The USA has influenced many jurisdictions with its prohibition on online gambling throughout the years. The dispute with the World Trade Organization and Antigua and Barbuda being one problem that does not seem to be going away. Now the authorities in Costa Rica are pulling out all the stops by raiding the offices of Absolute Poker and PokerStars in an attempt to gather evidence regarding alleged wrong doing by those companies, as a reaction to the indictments put forth by the US Department of Justice...
The site, one of the first of its kind, grew like wildfire. Soon nearly 30,000 players were logging on at once, trying their luck at games like Texas Hold'em. In just four years, annual revenues rocketed past $200 million...
The Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, home to Absolute Poker, is ready to continue a fight in the World Trade Organization over the United States' actions to prevent Americans from playing online poker, according to a Thursday article on Reuters...