Tweets of the Week: Bad Beat Stories, Family, and Ball-zerian

Posted by Thomas Vanbrabant April 8, 2014
Bad beats Twitter is a great platform for anger management. After a poker player gets eliminated or loses money, he immediately tells the world how unlucky he was. It’s a relief to share your pain. Jeff Madsen pleads not guilty. Just lost...

Drawing Against a Made Hand

Posted by Coffee April 3, 2014
Last Wednesday, two bills were introduced into the United States Congress that aimed to reform the Wire Act so that it covers internet gambling. In effect, these bills would signal the end of the poker-playing era online until new legislation could...

Tweets of the Week: Hometown Title, Canadians, and She Said Yes

Posted by Thomas Vanbrabant March 28, 2014
WPT Rolling Thunder Local legend JC Tran has won his second WPT title. He was the last man standing in the Thunder Valley casino near his hometown of Sacramento. Cards are in the air at the #WPTRollingThunder final table. @wuocs leads w/5.58 M...

Sheldon Adelson’s Real Agenda

Posted by Matt Kaufman March 26, 2014
At last week’s iGaming North America conference at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Caesars Acquisition Company and Caesars Interactive Entertainment CEO Mitch Garber debated Las Vegas Sands’ VP of Government Relations Andy Abboud. The...

Tweets of the Week: WPT’s, buying stuff and losing money

Posted by Thomas Vanbrabant March 19, 2014
World Poker Tour There were two big WPT events this past week. The annual Shooting Stars tournament was held at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Florida. None of the Shooting Stars made the final table. Jeff Madsen was the last pro standing. This is...

Some Bracelets Are More Equal Than Others

Posted by Coffee March 18, 2014
This summer will mark the 45th annual World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Although most people probably know only the Main Event, the series (as the name implies) is actually a group of tournaments run on consecutive days, and in most cases,...

WPT Season 12: Borgata Open, Part 1 Hand Analysis

Posted by Dave Consolazio March 7, 2014
Last weekend’s World Poker Tour television coverage was of the $3500 buy-in Borgata Poker Open. 1,189 entrants created a prize pool of $3,805,989 with $825,099 going to first place. The most familiar face at the 6-handed final table was...

Tweets of the Week: Oscars, Green Friday, and ‘I wont million’

Posted by Thomas Vanbrabant March 6, 2014
And the Oscar goes to… A lot of poker players made bets on who would walk away with an Oscar. Some did better than others. I am getting wrecked on my massive Oscar bets. — Dani Stern (@TheRealAnsky) March 3, 2014 Nevermind, best picture...

For Negreanus Only

Posted by Coffee March 5, 2014
Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu engaged in a Twitter spat earlier this week regarding which tournaments should count towards the Global Poker Index rankings. For those who don’t know, the GPI is a website that purports to crown the best poker...

Networking: Why Nevada and Delaware Are So Important

Posted by Coffee March 3, 2014
On February 25, the governors of Nevada and Delaware entered into an agreement that would allow them to share player pools on their online poker sites. Nevada and Delaware are two of only three states (the other is New Jersey) with legal online...
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