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WCOOP 2019 has been scheduled to run from September 5 spanning nearly three weeks. It represents an increase of 7% on last year’s total guaranteed prize pool.
PokerStars Reveals $75 Million WCOOP 2019 Schedule

Guarantees are up on last year, but it ends the three-year run of alternating growth between SCOOP and WCOOP.


PokerStars will change the name of KO Poker to UFC KO and give it a new look, with tables designed to resemble the famous octagon ring.
PokerStars Rebrands KO Poker, Announces $10 Million UFC KO Poker Series

To coincide with the launch of new look KO tables, PokerStars will be hosting UFC KO Poker Series across all its major markets.


After setting new records in the SCOOP, PokerStars' most prestigious tournament suffered a rare overlay last week.
Pokerstars’ $109 Sunday Million Misses its Guarantee for the First Time

PokerStars’ longest and oldest running tournament misses its guarantee by $100,000.


Join Steve in finding out what the whole HUP podcast gang is up to at the WSOP. Due to leave in the next few days, Steve is going over his plans and strategy…
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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.


SCOOP 2019 came to an end on Monday night, paying out a staggering $105,133,091 across 219 tournaments.
PokerStars’ SCOOP Hits New Highs with Over $100 Million Paid Out in Prize Money

For the first time in online poker history, a tournament series pays out nine figures in a single tournament series.


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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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.


PokerStars SCOOP is off to a strong start, with $6.5 million paid out on the opening day alone. Partypoker's KO Series has seen some big overlays, with each three opening Championship failing to cover.
First Week Spring Series Performance: PokerStars, partypoker and GG Network

How SCOOP, KO Series and Good Games Series stack up after their first few days.


Traditionally the busiest month for online poker tournaments, 2019 is no exception, with several operators lining up their flagship online tournament series to run over the next few weeks.
Spring Tournament Series, Wave Two: Breaking Down Every Major MTT Series Running This Month

How over $115 million in prize money is being paid out this May across some of the world’s largest online poker rooms.


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Bored Poker Community Kinda Wishing Mike Postle Would Start Cheating Again
With the Mike Postle and Stones Live cheating scandal calming down in recent days, some bored members of the poker community kind of sort of wish Postle would start cheating again -- but just a little bit. — read more »
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