New York Times examines Online Poker Issue

While some optimists predicted that the UIGEA would be lifted by now and people everywhere would be free to play poker as the please by the middle of 2009, this has not happened yet.  In fact, there doesn’t seem to any major ground-breaking news on the issue as of late either which prompted the New [...]

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Doyle Brunson proves He still has Game

With the game of poker growing to epic proportions and the influx of new, younger players into the game, many of the old timers have undergone intense scrutiny from critics.  Doyle Brunson is definitely one of the old timers to be criticized heavily and he may in fact be the most criticized out of anybody.
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Joan Rivers labels Poker Players Trash

I’m not the biggest fan of reality TV since I really think that there are too many of these shows on nowadays and most of them are pointless.  But I have checked out the Celebrity Aprentice 2 from time to time to see what’s going on with Annie Duke on there.  And, if anyone else has [...]

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Absolute Poker helping Out with College Tuition

Absolute Poker doesn’t exactly have the best reputation within the online poker community.  Even with the hole card scandal almost a year behind them, there are still many poker players that look down at Absolute Poker since many of their players were cheated out of money by a former Absolute worker.  That is a big reason why [...]

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Poker Room - One of the Pioneers Folds

During the mid-2000’s, it seemed as if the rising industry of online poker would never slow down.  Great stories such as Chris Moneymaker going from a no-name accountant to a WSOP champion catapulted the game to epic proportions and convinced everyone that they too could make millions off of poker.  WSOP winners such as Greg [...]

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