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.
In an effort to improve MTT ecology, partypoker introduces a new line-up of tournaments with shorter late registration periods and limited re-entries, and quietly drops rake in Sit & Go tournaments.
The event will now run on partypoker.com between November 15 and 24.
In response to player request, partypoker has added the option to observe high stakes cash games.
In what is becoming the norm, partypoker’s annual Bahamas spectacle moves to the virtual felt due to Covid-19 this November.
With PokerStars PA already operating and 888 also awaiting approval, the expansion by the partypoker US Network could make Pennsylvania the online poker capital of the US by the end of the year.
Operator kicks promotions into high gear as it launches extensive satellite program, $500k in ticket drops and $100k in leaderboards.
Changes include the tournament finishing on a Monday, the use of real names, a streamlined Day 1 and the return of Micro and Mini tournaments.
An overhaul on the Sunday major includes a streamlined Day 1 schedule, real names at the table, and a final day playing out on Monday.
GGPoker will become the first international poker network to offer official WSOP bracelet events on its online poker platform.
After paying out almost $53 million in the recently-concluded WPT Online, operator plans an audacious nine-figure series.
A boom in online poker traffic, plus a generous new leaderboard promotion, leads to a spike in cheaters caught on the site.
Real name tables “here to stay” as operator ditches player aliases at more and more of its big tournaments.
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