Caesars Set to Emerge From Bankruptcy
The long-running bankruptcy which has beset Caesars Entertainement Corp. will finally come to an end this weekend.
Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.
It was a time for the poker community in Florida to come together and support the charity efforts aimed at helping those affected by Hurricane Irma.
Recent decision by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission to grant a licence to the Iowa Tribe is at the very least a curious one.
Lifting the title and $257,638 at the WSOP Circuit Seminole Hard Rock Main Event couldn’t have come at a better time for 52-year old Joe Gotlieb.
Reactions have been varied, many tweeting in fear of loved ones while others have used Twitter to spread the call for help. Others yet have already started the expected political ‘discourse’.
High-stakes poker-playing playboy Dan Bilzerian has been slammed for running away from the mass shooting massacre in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Gary McGinty saw off a field of 544 players to take down the PokerStars Festival Dublin Main Event after a four-way deal.
The man who police believe carried out the mass shooting in Las Vegas gambled $10,000 or more per day in the run-up to the massacre of concert-goers.
It was Canadian-Korean ‘Jessica’ Bian Hong Yang who emerged victorious from a tough and youthful final table in Incheon this weekend to lift the WPT Korea Main Event title.
At least 50 concert-goers in Las Vegas are believed to have died and hundreds more injured when a gunman opened fire on a country music festival near the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Phil Hellmuth will be hoping for a repeat of the ‘white magic’ which he used to defeat Doug Polk and Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates last month.
The Phil Ivey edge-sorting case has spilled over into a court battle between the Borgata casino and the card manufacturers.
Ben ‘CowEyed’ Tollerene fought his way through a star-studded field to emerge victorious in the $25K High Roller event.