The news in the US about online poker keeps getting better. Nick and Mike bring you the latest developments surrounding the Wire Act and interstate liquidity sharing. The guys also discuss the latest round of updates to the Run It Once software and the news out of Europe about legislation that affects online poker in Switzerland and the Netherlands.
Nick and Mike are back at discussing the start of the World Series of Poker, the evolving situation with US shared liquidity for online poker, the changing landscape of PokerStars ambassadors including the departure of Daniel Negreanu, and recent overlays in the world of online poker tournaments.
David Sklansky joins the Pokerfuse Podcast for its first Special Edition episode to discuss his new book The Theory of Poker Applied to No-Limit. In addition, Sklansky speculates on poker might help keep a person's brain healthy, the future of No Limit Hold'em and rules changes that could make it more difficult for artificial intelligence to be used in online poker.
Nick and Mike discuss the potential of partypoker launching online poker in Nevada, they then take listeners through a slew of recent upgrades rolled out by various online poker operators including some cool innovative features, and they wrap up the topics of the week talking about the mainstream media coverage of poker staking that appeared on CNBC.
With Mike OOO galavanting in Las Vegas, the pair still take time out of their busy schedule to bring you all the latest from the world of online poker: The latest in online poker tournaments from PokerStars, partypoker and GG Network, with some on-air breaking news; getting a handle on the first quarter financial results from The Stars Group; and the latest wave of bot account closures from partypoker and the issues with banning hand histories and HUDs.
In this week's episode, Nick and Mike waste no time in diving into an in-depth discussion on Wednesday's big news on The Stars Group's partnership with FOX Sports, what it means for US sports betting, and any ramifications to online poker. Mike then provides a brief update on the latest on the regulatory front, and then the pair finish up with a discussion on partypoker's ambitious MILLIONS Online plan for next December, and their last-minute Las Vegas announcement.
Nick and Mike kick off the show by discussing things they won't discuss on this episode. The guys update listeners on potential paths forward for shared liquidity in the US and the status of the upcoming WSOP online events. The conversation then shifts to more new games on PokerStars and things wrap up with news of the latest on the poker-streamer front.
Back after another week's unplanned break, Mike and Nick talk the planned ban of HUDs on partypoker, PokerStars' new Aurora game engine and the operator's ramp-up to 200 billion hands. Mike then takes us through the latest from Pennsylvania, and they wrap up on the latest on the bot issue at WPN.
In the show's first 1 hour+ episode, Nick and Mike discuss the reason for taking a week off, the huge Spring Online Poker Series season, the announcement of partypoker MILLIONS Online, the Global Poker Awards, Bots and Seating Scripts, UFC Spins, PokerStars VR and more!
In a jam-packed episode about the happenings in the world of online poker, Nick and Mike discuss the upcoming release of The State of the Online Poker Industry Spring 2019 from Poker Industry PRO, the newest game from partypoker - Short Deck Hold'em, West Virginia welcoming online poker, more info on the UFC-themed games on PokerStars, updates to Stars Rewards going global, Zynga Poker introducing Spins, and more!
Nick and Mike provide their insights into the latest happenings in the world of poker including the new changes to the PokerStars rewards program, the status of several novelty poker games at PokerStars including Split Omaha, 6+ Hold'em and what may be a new UFC-themed Spin & Go, plus the guys share their opinions on how to improve the Global Poker Awards.
Nick and Mike discuss the latest in the world of poker including the inaugural Global Poker Awards, the latest news about online poker from the US, what to expect from upcoming online poker tournament series, and analysis of 888's financial reporting.
Nick and Mike highlight the latest in online poker news. It's financial reporting season, and the guys discuss the poker companies' results for 2018 & outlook for 2019. There is news about the launch of online poker in Pennsylvania, an update on the Wire Act situation, and the guys discuss some of the changes being implemented to automated seating scripts as a result of the new policy at PokerStars going into effect.
Nick and Mike sit down once again to bring you the latest in online poker news in an easily digestible half an hour. The pair start off with a discussion on Split Omaha - is it real? Are PokerStars messing with us? - then Mike brings you up to speed on why you shouldn't get too excited about a bill's progress in West Virginia and Nick talks about Relax Gaming's plans to expand into France. We end the show with ...
Nick and Mike discuss all the movements in the Great Twitch shakeup and coin the term The Live Streaming Carousel; they raise a glass to the Dutch online gambling regulation as is passes through the Senatel they think on their feet as WSOP drop the online bracelet PR; and they talk about GG Network's Splash The Pot-inspired new game.
Coming a couple of days later than the regular slot, Mike and Nick discuss the announced reduction in rewards for PokerStars' MTT players and the subsequent planned boycott; the latest regulatory developments in the Netherlands and the significant live investment in Spain thanks to European shared liquidity. Mike then gives an update on the latest in the United States following the new Wire Act reinterpretation, and the pair discuss the first week success of Run It Once Poker.
This week on the pokerfuse Podcast we take a look at the Sunday Million, discuss the latest on seating scripts, review the highs and lows from 2018 for New Jersey online poker and talk about the most recent change to shared liquidity in Europe.
The pokerfuse Podcast January 25, 2019 Topics include: - 6+ Hold'em (aka Short Deck Hold'em) - The new DOJ opinion on the Wire Act - The new buy-in for the PokerStars Sunday Million
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The following interview first appeared on Poker Industry PRO and is being republished here as a service to our readers.
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