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Keith Woernle continues his series on Part Time Poker discussing how to grow poker's popularity and global appeal.
Reads of the Week

Thoughts on making poker more popular, what to do about poker bots, an introduction to pari-mutuel style fantasy sports and more.


In a lengthy interview on the Daily Dot, Adam Kucharski, author of The Perfect Bet: How Science and Math Are Taking the Luck Out of Gambling, discusses How Big Data And Poker-Playing Bots Are Blurring The Line Between Man And Machine.
Reads of the Week

Thoughts on poker bots, the NJ DGE’s approval of GVC, happenings around the WSOP and more.


Scientific Games has secured PCI certification for lottery retail sales. Gamesys gets into the sportsbook business.
Industry Insight

888, Scientific Games, Gamesys, NYX, Microgaming, Amaya and more.


In May 2013, a poster on the Two Plus Two poker forums opened a thread claiming that $4000 had been stolen from his Skrill account.
UK Ombudsman Rules in Player’s Favor in Skrill Dispute

The financial ombudsman has sided with the player in a dispute with Skrill over money stolen from a customer account.


Are public WiFi networks safe for playing online poker? The answer typically is "It depends."
Take Security Precautions When Playing Online Poker at the World Series of Poker

Information security professional Gus Fritschie provides tips for online poker players looking to play online during the WSOP.


A security professional takes a look at the account security mechanisms present for the online gaming sites in New Jersey.
iGaming in New Jersey: A Security Overview

Information security professional Gus Fritschie examines the state of Account Security in the New Jersey igaming market.


LLPR Episode 58: State of iPoker, sorta.
This Week in Poker Podcasts: Online Poker Security, GPI Update and Mike Sexton

The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory for the week starting April 07, 2014.


PokerStars has confirmed that the 2014 EPT Barcelona will continue to use the Hotel Arts, Barcelona inspite of security issues that surfaced last year.
PokerStars to Use Same Hotel for EPT Barcelona 2014

Players staying at the hotel in 2013 suffered “sharking” attacks on laptops stolen from their rooms.


Network recon tools show related systems on a company network. Companies may not be aware or such related systems on their own network, or thought to be decommissioned, disclosing information presumed to be private.
Network Reconnaissance: A Key Function of Your Ongoing Security Strategy

Security Expert Gus Fritschie demonstrates how organizations can inventory and assess the vulnerability of key network assets.


An online hacker using the Twitter account *@smitt3nz* posted 175,333 email addresses and plain text passwords to a web site on Friday.
World Poker Tour Amateur Poker League Website Hacked

The league website for free live poker nights across North America and the UK has been compromised and login details exposed.


IT Security company, F-Secure has published details of the trojan program that was used in an attempt to defraud players during the EPT Barcelona.
Confirmed: EPT Barcelona Laptop Infected with Screen-Sharing Trojan

IT security experts confirm that a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) was installed on laptops left in hotel rooms at the EPT Barcelona.


PokerStrategy has explained that it will work with the iPoker security team in helping to identify poker bots.
PokerStrategy Coordinates with iPoker Security Team to Combat Bots

Cooperation arises following the purchase of PokerStrategy by Playtech.


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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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