<p>Poker and the world of celebrity endorsements just don’t seem to jive.</p> <p>On the one hand, you’ve got poker players, very few of which have been able to translate...
Poker Central is launching a new high-stakes tournament series: The eight-event U.S. Poker Open at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Online poker satellites have always offered a cheap way to get into events, now they could represent the next wave of the poker boom in the US.
US poker players fared relatively well at the WSOP Europe, despite not turning up in huge numbers at King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.
Revenue numbers for legal and regulated online poker in the US aren't really all that impressive. However, that may soon change.
Nevada Poker rooms continued on an upswing in the state in September, marking the fifth month in a row poker room revenues were on the rise.
Buried at the bottom of a story here was word the one-time consensus best poker player in the world, Phil Ivey, will be playing more tournaments in 2018.
A new King of the Hill was crowned in Pennsylvania last week, all while PA lawmakers passed online poker and gambling legislation.
It appears US Poker star Phil Ivey won't be receiving the £7.8 million he won playing Baccarat at London's Crockfords casino in 2012.
Online poker players in New Jersey will now have a chance to take advantage of MGM Resorts International entering the market. Qualify for WPT events today!