The inaugural WSOP.com Online Circuit event awarded its 13th and final gold ring and was a monumental success with huge fields and large prize pools.
This year’s Poker Hall of Fame inductees are John “Johnny World” Hennigan and poker TV producer Mori Eskandani, the man behind all the most popular shows.
The final WSOP.com online bracelet event of the summer did what the other three events did–set online poker records for the regulated US market.
The second WSOP.com online bracelet of 2018 was a historic one. It was both the site’s first Omaha event and the first online winner outside of Nevada.
The $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop event is back at the WSOP. Seats into the high roller event are filling up fast, with only 18 still up for grabs.
Big changes are afoot for Nevada online poker site WSOP.com. Here is what you need to do in order to be ready for May 1 and the start of shared player pools with New Jersey.
Starting May 1, poker players in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware can all play against one another with new player pooling on 888 Poker and WSOP.com.
He may be the Attorney General of the most casino-friendly state in America, but Nevada gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt is on a mission to shut down online gambling.
Two years after winning one of the first online WSOP bracelets, Anthony Spinella took down the first-ever online WSOP Circuit ring event, earning just over $35,000.