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In this episode of the podcast, Andrew tells us how he’d spend $1600 at the grocery store. Busi shares how Andrew ruined her chances at riches at the Derby…
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The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


Donnie is back from his wedding to join Lance and talk about how the poker world went a little crazy over the past week. On this episode of The Fives, the crew…
This Week in Poker Podcasts

The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


One year after it was first announced, Phil Galfond takes to twitter to assure followers that the RIO real money online poker project is still in the works.
Luck-Based Poker, EU Shared Liquidity, and Run It Once a Year: This Week in Online Poker

Run it Once Poker is still in the works. You would be excused for forgetting about Phil Galfond’s plan to launch a real…


MPN and Full Tilt run September tournament series, while 888 increases weekly schedule. Romania and Ireland announce licensees, plus new launches in Belgium, Italy and Denmark.
Poker Room Insight

Fall tournament series, lottery sit and go innovations, dozens of new dot-country online poker rooms, new payment processing solutions and more.


DFS' skill gap problem. The potential effects of lottery-style sit and gos on the New Jersey market.
Reads of the Week

Online poker tracking software, the potential impact of lottery-style sit and gos on New Jersey and the storm on the horizon for daily fantasy sports.


A new feature that will allow players on MPN  to change their screen names will soon be available. MPN ’s Head of Poker Alex Scott explains that one of the reasons for the change is to “stop parasitic players from ruthlessly pursuing weaker opponents.”
MPN Screen Name Change Facility Rolling Out This Month

Over the course of the coming weeks, MPN will update its software to allow players to change their screen names on a regular basis.


Former Full Tilt Team Pro Patrik Antonius has explained that he no longer plays high stakes online because of the use of poker tracking software.
Patrik Antonius: Tracking Software Makes Online Poker Unfair

“I lost about a million straight and then I realized that I couldn’t beat the ring-games anymore and that was largely due to tracking software.”



Denmark’s Gus Hansen came extremely close to reaching $20 million in all-time career online high stakes cash game losses this past week, but ended the week with a $145,718 profit.
High Stakes Online Cash Report: Gus Hansen Flirts with $20 Million Career Loss

The Great Dane still dangerously close to unwanted all-time online high stakes milestone.


Patrik Antonius*  mowed over the high stakes online cash game tables at Full Tilt last week to walk away with nearly $432,000 in profits.
High Stakes Online Cash Report: Patrik Antonius Tops All Winners for the Week

Alex Luneau and Isaac Haxton round out top three winners of the week at the nosebleed stakes.


Pokerfuse highlights some of the biggest winners and loser in the high stakes online cash games.
High Stakes Online Poker Report: Big Names Suffer Big Losses

Ivey, Galfond and KPR16 each drop over half a million.



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Poker Players Go To Extreme Lengths To Sabotage Venetian $150K
In the wake of controversy over the Venetian's $150k "Total Prize Pool," poker players are banding together to keep participation in the event to a minimum. — read more »
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