If you are in Pennsylvania or New Jersey (or planning to be there), and you enjoy playing poker, have we got a deal for you! PokerStars, the biggest and most trusted name in online poker, has launched two 100% legal, fully regulated online poker rooms and they have Special Offers for new players.
With state regulators pushing to launch internet gaming in the state before the end of the year, we take a look at which online poker brands are likely to be present when Michigan igaming becomes a reality.
All major operators bar 888 now offer an alternative super-fast version of the jackpot sit and go in the segregated European market.
The virtual reality game by PokerStars now gives players a virtual casino experience away from the poker tables.
Bodog88 and Bodog India close their doors, while 888poker has pulled its global client from India.
SECOOP returns for its third edition in the FRESPT market with €10 million guaranteed while ICOOP in Italy guarantees €5 million.
PokerStars, Adda52, PokerBaazi and Spartan Poker all withdraw from Andhra Pradesh after state government follows suit of its neighboring Telangana and criminalizes online gambling.
Yet another online tournament festival kicks off for New Jersey players, culminating in a $75,000 guaranteed event this Sunday, October 18.
GGPoker launches a bounty-exclusive tournament series with tournament fees capped to 5%.
In an effort to improve MTT ecology, partypoker introduces a new line-up of tournaments with shorter late registration periods and limited re-entries, and quietly drops rake in Sit & Go tournaments.
Following the alleged use of real-time assistance tools by a high-profile player, GGPoker bans 40 accounts and compensates thousands of affected players with a share of $1.175 million confiscated funds.
The bounty-exclusive series follows WCOOP with $30 million in guaranteed prizes, its largest yet.
Taking place mid-October, both series combine to give nearly $1.5 million in guarantees.
The oldest and longest running tournament series on Global Poker kicks off today. Eagle Cup IV will feature more than…
Progressive Knockout tournaments (PKO) have become one of the most popular poker tournament formats over recent years.
Ep 211 – Preflop Craziness in Cash Game (@Binkley)
Live poker rooms are slowly starting to come back in Pennsylvania, having been closed for much of the year due to the…
With the launch of iGaming on the horizon in Michigan, we take a look at which online poker rooms are expected to…
Pennsylvania online poker generated nearly $2.4 million in revenue during the month of September, according to figures…
PokerStars has livened up its Virtual Reality product, PokerStars VR, with the addition of casino-style games such as…
For the first time in the history of the New Jersey online poker market, online poker rooms on the partypoker US…