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This Week in Poker Podcasts

The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


More new games at partypoker. 888 trials new client version.
Poker Insight

New online poker games, updated software, changes to the way fans will watch poker, the first-ever European shared liquidity agreement and more.


Partpoker has given its traditional Pokerfest series a makeover. Winamax and PokerStars France have adopted a very similar promotional approach to the coming Sunday’s tournaments.
Marketing Insight

Partypoker’s Powerfest, sponsored pros, discounted buy-ins and more.


Online poker bill in New York advances. California passes DFS act, angering online poker proponents.
US Insight

California, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Nevada, New Jersey and more.


The blockbuster story of the week is Amaya CEO David Baazov’s bid to take the company private by offering investors CA$21 per share.
Industry Insight

Amaya, GVC, Paddy Power Betfair, XLMedia, MPN and more.


Online poker revenues in the state of Delaware had another bad month in July dropping 8.2% from June and 10.3% from July 2014.
US Insight

Delaware, Michigan, New Jersey, New York and Wisconsin.


Staunch online gaming opponent Sheldon Adelson and his casino empire is in the spotlight in the first episode of a new web series. The Tim James Show compares…
New Web Video Promises to Reveal Hypocrisy in Sheldon Adelson’s Anti-Online Poker Stance

Where is it easier to gamble underage—online, or in a Las Vegas casino?


PokerStars adds casino games and moves closer to opening a New Jersey room. Lock Poker looks to have shuttered its operations leaving players up to $15 million out of pocket.
Poker Room Insight

Full Tilt reorganizes its cash game products to make the best use of its player liquidity.


PokerStars was the most visible victim of “technical problems,” which last week interrupted the tournament schedule from Thursday until Sunday, but it appears that several operators were targeted for Distributed Denial of Service attacks at the same time.
A Weekend of DDoS Attacks on Online Poker

PokerStars was not the only poker room to experience “technical problems” last weekend.


Delaware online poker numbers jumped 25% in February thanks in large part to the performance of Delaware Park whose revenues from online poker increased over 44% from its January figures.
US Insight

California, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas make headlines this week.


The Venetian, through Executive Director of Poker Operations Kathy Raymond, has released a statement regarding the issue.
Venetian Issues Statement over PokerNews MSPT Banning

A “business decision” was made due to PokerNews online poker affiliation.


The MSPT cites both PokerNews and the Venetian as partners of the tour on their website and the Main Event was scheduled to be covered on PokerNews.
PokerNews Banned from Covering the PokerNews MSPT at the Venetian

Despite being title sponsors of the Mid-Stakes Poker Tour, reporters were denied access to the ninth stop in one of Adelson’s casinos.


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