One of the more unique takes on the online poker format came to a halt today with the closing of Duplicate Poker. Duplicate, which operated openly in several US states as a result of it’s original approach to poker, announced the closing in a brief statement on the room’s website: 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.
I don’t think there’s a way you could possibly write and perform a rap song about poker without it inspiring comparisons to (insert the most awkward thing you’ve ever experienced here).
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Rini continues ‘online poker not rigged’ posting series
UB running a Phil Hellmuth look-alike contest
It’s a little strange to see these opinions from a generally sober corner of the pokerverse, but after the last year with the scandals at UB and Absolute, it’s pretty hard for anyone to not have had their faith in the integrity of online poker shaken.
We love a good rivalry, especially when there’s a healthy dose of shit tallking involved. Add five-figure pots and arguably the hottest woman in poker to the mix, and we love it 64% more
Two developments late last week in the ongoing story of the State of Kentucky’s attempt to seize control of some 140 gambling-related domain names. Background on that here . First, on Friday a Kentucky judge granted a continuance requested by iMEGA, effectively delaying implementation of the seizure.
Affiliate tournament busted in Spain
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WSOP ME Day 1 coverage wraps up this Tuesday
The $25,000 Heads-Up Omaha championship on Full Tilt Poker this past weekend attracted some of the biggest names in the poker world. The event brought in a plethora of Omaha’s biggest cash game players and online tournament specialists, all hoping to get a shot at winning the $560,000 first-place prize.