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Congratulations on your win during the inaugural WSOP $1,000 Double Up or Nothing bracelet tournament, an event which saw a record-breaking number of gold bracelets awarded.
A notorious losing and self proclaimed “unlucky” poker player is set to become a losing sports bettor in the wake of Monday’s landmark Supreme Court PAPSA ruling.
In a shocking development, PokerStars has added 2016 WSOP Main Event winner Qui Nguyen to head their legal team to defend against a $700k Gordon Vayo lawsuit filed this week.
A local Las Vegas poker player is revolutionizing live poker with his unconventional brand of table talk that some say is single-handily threatening to change the face of comedy.
Not Fair! These Two Brothers Have Been The Same Weight For Years But Bill Perkins Hasn’t Given Them A Dime!March 28, 2018 | Keith Woernle
Bill Perkins has reportedly refused to pay two brothers inspired by Jaime and Matt Staples after they demanded to be compensated for weighing the same for 14 years.
New US-Facing Poker Site Lets Players Deposit By Dropping Off A Bag Of Cash Under The 5th Ave. Bridge Between 3 And 4 AMMarch 20, 2018 | Keith Woernle
A new online poker room catering to U.S. players in 50 states is hopping to bring back online poker with a bang by introducing a game-changing new deposit method that has the industry buzzing.
Several 2nd Place Finishers Come Forward With Chip-Dumping Allegations Against Mike Leah, Hashtag #IChoppedtoo TrendsFebruary 15, 2018 | Keith Woernle
In mere hours, Mike Leah’s win at WPT Fallsview quickly turned from glory into a national disgrace after the poker pro was accused of “buying” a title. In the fallout, dozens of pros have come forward to reveal they to have made deals with Mike Leah in exchange for titles.
Defying overwhelming odds, seventy-eight year old T.J. Cloutier has gone from successful old-school pro without a computer to the latest master of GTO, which he has recently parlayed into an impressive high paying coaching gig.
A Lansing Michigan man who has been struggling as a professional poker player has been energized by a $11 profit trading cryptocurrencies, leading some industry observers to speculate he may be the next self-proclaimed financial wunderkind.