Nevada recently approved a plan for 888 and WSOP to create an intrastate network, to conjoin players and aiming for bigger and better with online gaming.
Beginning on July 10th, WSOP.com is going to host a series of 8 mid-to-high stakes buy in tourneys. Many of which offer a low buy-in and high winnings.
The average poker player needs to have time and money for big-time poker events. Aria is offering a poker event that can remedy both of these for players.
Kevin Mathers was backed for a World Series of Poker Main Event seat. This $10,000 entry fee came from backers and was the idea of Daniel Alaei.
Players, led by Daniel Alaei and Daniel Negreanu, pitched in money until one well known poker journalist’s $10,000 WSOP Main Event buy-in was reached.
Rather than playing it safe, WSOP took a chance on their 25 Seat Scramble and it paid off. The turnout was huge and is a great sign prior to the Main Event.
Eric Raskin accurately tells the story of Chris Moneymaker and his unprecedented run to the 2003 World Series of Poker title that changed poker forever.
Supporters of poker player Sean Drake spark controversy at WSOP in Vegas by wearing shirts with one of his Twitter slogans on it. How will fans react?
It’s been an exciting week in the Nevada online poker, but the really big news this week has been coming out of the state’s brick & mortar gaming industry.