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.
Screen names will still be allowed, but players will be required to use their real names to play at a Final Table.
GGPoker will become the first international poker network to offer official WSOP bracelet events on its online poker platform.
Another live tour goes online as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the live poker tournament scene.
The network withdraws from a dozen European markets, but will seek licensing in more countries.
Blade Series promises an astonishing schedule, with two $10,000 buy-in high roller tournaments every day across its eight-day schedule.
Asia-focused network becomes the latest operator to spread fast-fold games, which are all denominated in Chinese Yuan.
The inaugural MTT festival boasts over $3.5 million in guarantees spread over the course of two weeks, including an ultra-ambitious $25,000 buy-in super high roller.
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Last updated July 10, 2020Original publish date: June 25, 2020
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