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As part of an ongoing effort to become a global poker tournament brand, WPT is set to make its debut on Australian soil with the announcement of WPT Australia.
World Poker Tour is Heading to Australia for the First Time

Through its partnership with The Star Gold Coast Casino in Queensland, the World Poker Tour will be hosting its inaugural WPT event in Australia this year.


Partypoker has closed 42 fraudulent accounts in May 2019, as their clamp down on bots continues. May marks a decline on accounts shut in April and March.
Partypoker’s War on Bots Continues with Third Wave of Account Closures

Almost $1 million confiscated in the last six months, although the monthly rate has dropped significantly.


Lance and Donnie are back to talk Phil Ivey’s return to the World Series of Poker and much more.
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GVC’s online poker room, partypoker, has set a date for its long overdue next round of ecology changes that the company first began implementing nearly…
Partypoker to Force Players to Use Real Names in High Stakes and Heads-Up Games

The operator ultimately plans to require players to use real names at all of its online poker tables, but nearly 50 other changes are expected to be implemented in the next six to nine months.


On June 17, all players on the dot-com client will be prompted to set a new player alias when they first log in.
Partypoker Forges Ahead with Cash Game Ecology Changes with Forced Alias Change and Third-Party Tools Ban

Four years in the making, partypoker is finally taking the final step: Banning HUDs and all forms of third-party tracking.


SCOOP had very few overlays and set new records for biggest ever prize pool, and most successful Main Events.
Spring Online Tournament Series 2019: Nearly $160 Million Paid Out in Prize Money Across Four MTT Series

A detailed look at how PokerStars’ SCOOP, partypoker’s KO Series, GGNetwork’s Good Game Series 2, and 888’s XL Inferno performed.


After two weeks of intense action, partypoker’s bounty-exclusive Knockout Series has come to an end, turning out to be a great value for players as the…
Partypoker’s KO Series Overlays by Almost $1 Million

Over the course of two weeks, KO Series paid out $37.6 million but dozens of tournaments fell short of their guarantees.


We sit down this week with Jared Tendler, who coaches over 450 poker players, including some of the best players in the world. He’s a licensed mental health…
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Online gaming giant GVC Holdings, parent company of partypoker, has been approved for a two-year limited interactive gaming license in the state of Nevada.
Nevada Gaming Commission Grants Online Poker License to GVC Holdings

GVC is now formally approved to offer online poker in the state of Nevada.


GGNetwork (GGN), one of the industry’s fastest-growing online poker networks, has confirmed  that Short Deck Poker will likely make its debut on the network…
GG Network Will “Probably” Launch Short Deck Poker in 2019

The stripped deck version of Texas Hold’em continues to surge in popularity as GGNetwork is set to add this action-packed variant to its game offering.


PokerStars’ SCOOP has increased its guarantee by an additional $5 million this week, as the company revealed it had added five new events to the slate.
PokerStars Expands SCOOP Schedule With 6+ Events and $5 Million More Guaranteed

PokerStars has added five new events to the slate this week, upping the total guarantee of the tournament series from $75 million to $80 million.


GVC Holdings, one of the largest online gaming operators in the world and owner of the resurgent partypoker brand, is set to receive a license that would allow…
GVC License Approval Could See Partypoker Offering Online Poker in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Commission is expected to issue GVC a license to offer online poker on May 23.


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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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