Michael Gentile, Editor
Mike has experience in business, technology, accounting and real estate with a background in media. His online poker career was derailed by the events of Black Friday. Though he plans to transition to live play in the fall, he hopes that will be cut short by the regulation of online poker in the US.
Recent Articles by Mike:
Tower Torneos migrates from 888 while the online poker network focuses on regulated markets.
The state of Michigan is poised to be the center of attention for online gaming stakeholders in the United States come…
Tom Wolf signs legislation to allow online poker, daily fantasy sports, casino games and slots.
The state of New Jersey announced earlier this month that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity…
Poker Industry PRO, the authoritative business analytics platform for the online poker industry, will be in Malta this…
Social poker hits the big leagues with PlayWSOP.com to be emblazoned on the shirts of Seville’s top-flight football team.
Record-setting live tournament series showcases newcomers, sponsored pros and celebrities.
The voice and text chat app offers a new platform for gaming operators to communicate with their customers.
Both online and land-based poker providers continue to embrace the medium as a means to reaching their target audiences.
Operator looks to repeat the sucess of its inaugural Sochi event in January with a bumper series including a $5 million Main Event.
The launch of PokerStars grew online poker revenue in New Jersey by 11% in 2016.
In some stories you may have never heard, Greenstein touches on the UltimateBet scandal, his stepson Joe Sebok, why PokerStars should be considered a “good actor” in the US and much more.