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In a sign of solidarity to many in the sports world, poker players across the globe are attempting to stage so-called “Kneels for Deals” protests during tournament director “Shuffle Up and Deal” announcements.
Poor etiquette and manners at live poker tables could be a thing of the past as the World Series of Poker will begin mandating etiquette training for all bracelet winners beginning in 2018.
Todd Brunson is among a growing list of pros becoming increasingly worried over a loose-passive Las Vegas regular who suddenly plays world class poker when drunk.
The use of “One Time” has increased 400% since a landmark online gambling bill was passed in Pennsylvania last week leading anxious online gamblers to demand action in their own states.
Winning at a casino could be a thing of the past after a judge declared that “Gamblers should never win anything” less than a week after the Phil Ivey edge sorting case.
As he approaches 44, is Daniel Negreanu being disingenuous by letting people continue to call him “Kid” Poker? A recently filed lawsuit says yes.
A poker player playing in this year’s WSOPE has adopted an unusual method to gain an edge — a British accent, despite the event held in the Czech Republic.
In an effort to keep their poker streaming coverage coming, PokerGo will begin broadcasting home games, starting with a game at some random dude’s house.
Poker brat and 14 time WSOP champion Phil Hellmuth has met an untimely demise during the Westeros Poker Open. Hellmuth was among several pros beheaded.
A poker player from Jacksonville, Florida was recently seen at a poker table calling a river bet, citing concerns about a bluff. “I knew he had me beat.”