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Phil Ivey and Borgata Lawsuit Take Another Turn

Posted March 28, 2015 by Chris Wilcox

At this point it’s been fairly well documented that the Borgata casino in Atlantic City has sued Phil Ivey for basically what amounts to cheating at baccarat. Ivey used a technique called ‘edge sorting’ that pretty much allows a player to utilize patterns on the back of the cards in order to identify them. What […]

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Online WSOP Poker in Nevada

Posted April 9, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

In my never ending quest to clear up all the misconceptions and misinformation about online poker in the US, I thought I had better make more players aware of what is happening as far as the legalities of online poker in the lovely state of Nevada. At this point, Nevada had legalized online poker within […]

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Internet Poker Coach Opinion of Online Poker in the US

Posted October 15, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

So, obviously, Full Tilt, PokerStars and the other big boys of the industry are done in the US for the time being. They are not taking US players, nor could they even if they wanted to. Hell, Full Tilt isn’t even in business anymore. However, there are still smaller sites out there that are letting […]

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PPA Tweet Obama for Online Poker

Posted July 7, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

I got this from the PPA today and would like to ask anyone who reads my blog to go ahead and click on the link and send a Tweet to President Obama: Don’t forget today at 2PM EDT, President Obama will be hosting a Twitter town hall and answering questions tweeted to him.   Please take […]

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Poker a Game of Skill- No Kidding?

Posted May 21, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

– Steven D. Levitt, “Freakonomics” author and famedUniversity of Chicago economist, is upset about the recent events regarding online poker. Thetitle of his latest piece, “The ‘Daughter Test’ of Government Prohibitions (And Why I’m soAngry about the U.S. Internet Poker Crackdown),” and a recent working paper he published getto the nub of the problem faced […]

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2011 WSOP Turnout Expected To Be Big

Posted May 13, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Despite the shutdown of the three largest online poker sites in the United States, World Series of Poker officials are hopeful that the Black Friday indictments won’t have a negative effect on participation in their events. If the World Series of Poker keeps its attendance at a similar level to last year’s series, it would […]

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