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Epic Poker Bankruptcy Leaves Mountain of Debt

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The Weekly Orbit with Online Poker Legislation

Interest for online poker is on a heater of sorts after the Department of Justice letter in December paved the way for states to pursue intrastate industries.

Bankruptcy Documents for the Epic Poker League

On Thursday, Card Player reported on the massive debt left behind from the recent bankruptcy of the Epic Poker League’s parent company, Federated Sports and Gaming. Here is a list …

Four Poker Maximus Main Events This Sunday With $650,000 In Guarantees

The popular Poker Maximus online poker tournament series will conclude this weekend with four Main Events being played out starting at 3:00 pm EST.

Anonymous source says Full Tilt sale a “Done Deal”

A fourth poker news outlet has come forward to say the Full Tilt Poker sale to Groupe Bernard Tapie is virtually a “done deal”.

Daniel Tzvetkoff To Testify in Poker Trial Next Month

The Australian payment processor at the centre of the Black Friday online poker indictments, Daniel Tzvetkoff, will appear as a witness for the prosecution at next month’s trail of his …

William Hill Poker’s $200,000 Guaranteed Sunday Blast Cut To Half Price

Renowned British bookmaker William Hill Poker are offering an incredibly good deal for their poker-playing customers over the next few months as they reduce the buy-in for their splendid Sunday Blast tournament to half the normal price while retaining the guaranteed $200,000 prize pool. Yes, it’s going to be a great summer for William Hill players with the usual buy-in of $200+$15 reduced to just $100+$9 over three of the next four months.

Monday Headlines: More on Full Tilt sale, Utah opts-out and more

What started off as a fairly slow weekend in the world of poker really picked up steam Sunday and into early Monday as news story after news story came to light. By the end of the weekend the poker world was not only talking about the MicroMillions on PokerStars and the Poker Maximus tournament series on Lock Poker, but also new rumors that the Read Full Article Related posts: Utah bans online poker opts-out of federal legislation In a preemptive strike against the possibility of a federal..

HogWild Poker Offers Free VIP Package To Derby Poker Championship

If you’re both a poker fan and a horse racing fan, it doesn’t get much better than entering free and winning a $710 Buy-In/VIP package to 2012 Celebrity Derby Poker …

Online Poker Industry Rumor Dashed

A rumor had been floating around online poker forums that the Merge Gaming Network would unveil their own fast-paced poker software similar to PokerStars’ recent launching of Zoom Poker, but the poker industry scuttlebutt turned out to be not true.

This Week In Tournament Poker — Mar. 26th – Apr. 2nd

In this Card Player feature we are looking to provide our readers with a guide to some of the biggest poker events taking place in their area for the upcoming …

PokerStars’ Provisional Schedule Announced For SCOOP 2012

PokerStars have revealed their provisional schedule of events for this year’s Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) – although the poker room are asking for feedback and input on the planned tournaments from their players before the timetable is finalised. The initial schedule includes 38 events – with each comprising three levels of buy-in for a total of 114 tournaments – that will kick off on Sunday, May 6, for 15 days of poker action that ends with the main event on Sunday, May 20.

PokerStars preliminary 2012 SCOOP schedule available

On Monday, just a day after the conclusion of the site’s MicroMillions tournament series PokerStars announced the preliminary schedule for the 2012 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP). The schedule is not finalized according to the PokerStars blog, with PokerStars looking for feedback from players before they announce the final schedule.

Will Online Poker Come Back?

Will online poker return to the United States?

Party Poker Premier League V Expected to be ‘Strongest Field Ever’

Party Poker’s fifth staging of their Premier League Poker is to be included on the World Poker Tour (WPT) as a special tournament that promoters believe will attract “ the strongest field ever ” when the pros arrive in Austria in early April. Officially known as the WPT Premier League V presented by Party Poker, the event will take place at the Montesino Casino from April 4 to 10 – essentially as a warm-up to the WPT Vienna, although it will offer a $125,000 buy-in event, so can most certainly be considered a super high roller tournament for the 16-player line-up