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California Intrastate Poker Bill Shelved Until 2009 CardPlayer.com, NV - 12 minutes ago The California bill that would tax and regulate an intrastate online poker industry will not go any further in 2008.
Thursday New York Compiled by NTRA Communications All times EDT KIP DEVILLE IN WOODBINE MILE Kip Deville, winner of last year’s Breeders’ Cup Mile at Monmouth …
The three largest pots ever played in online poker are believe to have been played yesterday. For two years, the largest online pot in a poker game was played in 2006 on Ladbrokes, a $465,451 pot won won by “Fast_Freddie” (Mohammad Kowssarie) against “bad_ip” (Johnny Lodden) according to pokerkingblog.com.
High-stakes regular and Deuces Cracked coach Jay Krantz, better known to railbirds as nosebleed player pr1nnyraid on Full Tilt Poker, reported on his blog yesterday that he’s about to head west to begin production work on a new reality TV show that features himself and a handful of other online chipslingers. Here’s a tongue-in-cheek capsule description of HOUSE OF CARDS from Krantz’s post: HOUSE OF CARDS, a half hour special, will chronicle the lives of a group of top-flight online poker players.
With WPT Legends in flooded stroke over at the Bicycle Casino the Calif. State Poker Championship module squawk soured in just a hebdomad at the Commerce. Starting Sept. 2 and streaming until Sept. 21 players of every power levels module hit a quantity to contend in No-Limit Hold’em events with buy-ins varied from $120 up [...]
LAS VEGAS — If things don’t work out at the Olympics, at least the U.S. basketball team should be ready for the World Series of Poker
Gold bracelet winners Phi Nguyen and Brandon Cantu were eliminated from the World Series of Poker.
Kip Deville toyed with the competition early before pulling away for a 2 3/4 -length victory in the $106,300 Poker Handicap at Belmont Park on Sunday.
NEW YORK — Kip Deville toyed with the competition early before pulling away for a 2 3/4-length victory in the $106,300 Poker Handicap at Belmont Park on Sunday. …