A number of stories made headlines in 2018. However, USPoker has boiled it down to the top five. Here's the Top 5 Biggest Poker Stories of 2018.
PokerStars will launch a Pennsylvania online poker site in early 2019 and its only other US casino partner has decided not to even try to compete with it.
Heading into 2018's final month, Americans Willliam Alex Foxen and Justin Bonomo are neck-and-neck for the 2018 GPI Player of the Year points lead.
2013 WSOP Main Event champ Ryan Riess may not win the 2018 WSOPE Main Event, but he's proving he belongs in the conversation about the world's best players.
California regulators are set to crack down on card rooms with casino games, as the latest lines in a battle over what games the rooms can spread are...
Online poker players from across the US have been winning big in the Global Poker Eagle Cup and are now moving on to the series Tournament of Champions.
The lottery has been so ingrained into American culture, many don't consider it gambling. But make no mistake about it, it is.
September NJ online poker revenue numbers were the worst since launch, making the entire industry look more like it's ready to bust than boom.
Poker players often try to avoid minus EV plays, but many will line up to buy tickets for the record $868 million Mega Millions jackpot up for grabs...
Issues plague the US charity poker industry, born out laws helping nonprofits raise money that have been manipulated to allow poker in places it's illegal.