Lucky You, unless you actually had to watch this movie. But is it the worst poker movie ever? We wanted to do a ” Five Best Poker Movies Ever ” post but we could only think of one that would qualify
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In case anyone has forgotten, UltimateBet and Absolute Poker robbed people of their money and may bring down the entire online poker industry because of it. We were thinking to our collective selves, “UB really, REALLY needs someone capable of working with regulators in finally getting down to the bottom of all instances of super-user fraud
Finding Phil Laak at the WSOP was easy. All you had to do was look for the 60-year-old man sitting at his table.
This first WSOPE event of 2008 is shaping up to be a good one. Daniel Negreanu ended Day 1A of WSOPE Event #1 (£1,500 No Limit Hold’em) as the chip leader, stacked at 74,900.
Poker After Dark is running a new tournament next week, featuring Mike Matusow, Phil Laak, Phil Hellmuth, David Williams, Clonie Gowen, and Gavin Smith. Newsbites from the comments : Follow what’s going on with the taping of House of Cards; read about what happened at the taping of Best Damn Poker Show season 2; and read the latest rumor about High Stakes Poker season five’s air date (last week’s prediction of HSP’s taping date was wrong).
Ultimate Bet is going to need an army of lawyers to get itself out of this mess. MSNBC just published an exclusive story on the $85 million dollar lawsuit just smacked down on UltimateBet . The $75M claim was filed by Blast-Off Ltd
The WPT Borgata Poker Open just wrapped Day 4, playing down to its TV final table. Vivek Rajkumar will take the chip lead to the final table, stacked at 6,480,000.
Lee Jones acknowledges that the poker training landscape is changing once again.
50 years old? Really?
Already one of the two leading poker shows among critical audiences and poker players, including myself, Poker After Dark is proving yet again that it can stay ahead of the curve. In addition to its normal 6-person winner-take-all freezeout tournament, also referred to as the STT, the show has added two new formats: a cash game as well as a heads up competition. The results of these were mixed, but overall the show is still clearly the head of the class in televised poker.
Ok, maybe the pros themselves don’t follow poker as closely as we all do. Pro Poker Players Talk About Their Picks for the November Nine