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The long-running court battle between Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino and professional poker player Phil Ivey continues to intensify as Borgata is now…
Borgata Goes After Phil Ivey Seeking His Las Vegas Assets

Borgata lawyers estimate assets of the ten-time WSOP gold bracelet winner at approximately $100 million.


Lottomatica, which shares liquidity with Totosi.IT on the Poker Club Italia online poker network in the regulated Italian market, has rolled out a major platform upgrade.
Poker Room Insight

A platform upgrade for Lottomatica, a new opportunity for subscription-based online poker, Winamax launches daily fantasy sports and more.


New rules for the Apple App Store to be announced next week could provide a fresh opportunity for successfully monetizing free-to-play online poker games.
New App Store Rules an Opportunity for Subscription Online Poker

New Apple rules to allow all apps to charge subscription fees could boost subscription-based online poker.


A listing on MergerNetwork, an online marketplace for buying and selling businesses, purported  that the Ivey League was seeking funding of at least $20…
Fake Business Listing Reported Phil Ivey was Seeking $20 Million in Capital for Internet Gambling Business

Ivey League listing to be taken down at the request of the Ivey League CEO.


With the midterm elections in the books, and the Republicans taking over control of the Senate, igaming in the US could be headed in a new direction.
Regulation in Review: US

Republican Senate win in the midterms casts shadow over online gambling efforts, plus the latest from California, New Jersey and Washington.


partypoker, 888 and Unibet all suffer downtime. Zynga responds to customer demand; IveyPoker shuts down its Facebook app.
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A weekly review of the latest software updates and upgrades in the online poker industry.


Phil Ivey’s Ivey Poker, which launched as a Facebook app in July last year, closed on October 25. Closing down Ivey Poker may seem to be a step backwards, but apparently not. The IveyPoker Team announced that this move is “actually just the first step in our evolution as we prepare to launch an even bigger and better gaming experience for you all in 2015.”
Ivey Poker Social App Closes, But Promises “Best is Yet to Come”

Facebook and mobile freemium gaming app, Ivey Poker, closes down—a “step in its evolution.”


Highlights of the weekend's action from the 2014 WSOP Main Event.
Sweden’s Martin Jacobson Takes Over 20 Million Chips into Day 7 of the 2014 WSOP Main Event

The final 27 play down to the final November Nine on Monday.


A summary of the tournament action from the day's play at the World Series of Poker 2014.
Gregory Kolo and Paul Volpe Turn Their Opening Chip Leads into WSOP Bracelets

Gregory Kolo’s gets his first cash in a WSOP and Paul Volpe outfaced Negreanu to win his event.



The big draw of Ivey League is naturally Phil Ivey himself--one of the most recognized and respected by poker fans and aficionados alike.
Insights into the Ivey League: Feature Preview and Interview with Aaron Jones

High stakes player and content manager Aaron Jones talked to pokerfuse about the new poker video training venture.


The Ivey League poker training site will officially launch later this month. In February last year, Ivey bought Leggo Poker and announced that it would close and be replaced by his Ivey League.
Ivey Poker to Unveil Ivey League Training Site

A year after buying LeggoPoker, Phil Ivey is ready to teach the world how to play better poker.


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Our Lord Jesus Christ Reminds Nick Marchington That He Would Also Like 10% Of His Winnings
Inspired by a recent WSOP staking dispute, The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is also mulling a lawsuit that would demand Nick Marchington also pay Him the 10% He says he is owed. — read more »
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