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RedKings Poker signs Hungarian

Toth was born in a small town near Budapest. He’s been playing online poker with great success at RedKings, and capitalized on his experience with a cash in the ((PokerStars.com)) European Poker Tour Grand Final last year. He finished in 45th place in the Grand Final to collect more than $53,000 for his efforts.

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Ziigmund gets called out

Especially when you’re playing online with the same players every day at nosebleed stakes, getting to know your opponents, and trusting your reads are the most important thing a player can do.

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Deluge of pros forecast for WPT NAPC

Built on a cliff that looks right over Niagara’s world-famous Horseshoe Falls, Fallsview Casino Resort is the largest gaming resort facility in Canada. To feel any closer to the falls you’d have to try your luck in a barrel.

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bwin Poker begins Bulgarian invasion

“We are delighted to have colored one of the last blank areas of the European Union in with bwin colors,” said Kevin O’Neal, bwin Poker press officer. “Bulgarian customers have already been able to enjoy our products, only so far everything was in a foreign language for them. Now that the full customization for Bulgaria is completed, we are looking forward to appealing to a broader audience in this promising market.” The Bulgarian site was launched Oct

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New features, $4m in promos spurring Party surge

But nothing brings the punters in like massive amounts of cash.

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PokerStars.com APPT to debut in New Zealand

This time around the Asian Pacific Poker Tour sets its sights on that isolated pair of islands to the south of Australia better known as New Zealand. This marks the first time PokerStars has ventured into New Zealand and, in all likelihood, the biggest poker tournament ever held in the country. APPT Auckland will, of course, take place in the largest city of New Zealand, known for its impressive Sky Tower, bustling night life, rugged coastline and temperate climate.

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SSIGI asks governor to end net gambling ban

“The Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative calls on Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to support the regulation of Internet gambling as a way to protect Kentuckians and generate billions of dollars in new revenue, rather than seeking to prohibit the activity,” said Jeffrey Sandman, spokesperson for SSIGI. Beshear and other elements of the Kentucky government have moved to seize 141 online gambling site domain names from sites they believe are illegally doing business in Kentucky. According to the law, the state has the right to seize and forfeit “gambling mechanisms” associated with illegal online gambling.

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Kentucky judge mulls online gambling case

Online gambling is considered to be illegal in Kentucky, and the hearing today was about whether Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has the right to seize and then obtain the forfeiture of 141 gambling Web site domain names that are accessible to Kentucky residents. The issue was thrust into the spotlight when the state obtained an order seizing the domain names on Sept.

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Duplicate Poker bids farewell

The poker site, which had touted itself as the only legal online poker room in the United States, now just has a message to its players on its homepage announcing its closure. The message says: Dear players, Duplicate is sadly bidding farewell to its players. Caught in the middle of the global financial situation the company is not able to continue to provide service.

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Emergency summit called over poker domain seizures

The Bluegrass Institute, which is an independent, non-partisan association of writers and speakers who analyze state and local public policy in Kentucky, has teamed up with the Poker Player’s Alliance and several other state and national groups to host an emergency summit in Frankfort to discuss the implications of the Kentucky government seizing 141 web site domain names including Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars and Absolute Poker.

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Brit’s poker session has record potential

Unless, of course, you are Dave Cain. In that case, the action is likely just getting going

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