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Poker Legislation

AGA Poker Bill

Posted July 13, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

In late June, Congressman Joe Barton (R – Texas) introduced a new bill in the United States House of Representatives aimed at legalizing and regulating online poker.  The bill, the Internet Gambling Prohibition, Poker Consumer Protection, and Strengthening UIGEA Act of 2011, was well received by the poker community and co-sponsored by, amongst others, Rep. […]

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Poker News

Ultimate Bet Lays off Poker Pros

Posted May 11, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

The parent company of online poker websites Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet said Monday it laid off 11 sponsored poker professionals in the United States as two of its executives face charges of tricking banks into processing illegal gambling payments. Antigua-based Blanca Games said it has severed ties to players including Joe Sebok, Prahlad Friedman, […]

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Learning Poker

IPC Poker Boot Camp Live in Las Vegas

Posted May 8, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

 INTERNET POKER COACH WANTS YOU!   If you are interested in becoming a consistently winning tournament poker player, then sign up for THE most personal and interactive poker boot camp there is!   Sure, other poker boot camps can tell you about how they have the most ‘pros’ to give you advice and that […]

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Poker Rooms

Poker Happenings Around Las Vegas

Posted May 6, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Three Card Poker 6 Card Bonus Three card poker is one of our most popular table games and we’re making some changes to make it even more popular! We are adding something EXCLUSIVE only to our Las Vegas resorts – a $1 million payout on the 6 Card Bonus side wager if you get a Super Diamond […]

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Poker Legislation

Federal Crackdown on Internet Poker Makes Little Sense

Posted May 6, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Online poker won’t go away any time soon, and placing artificial obstacles in its way is bad for players and worse for government, which wastes scarce resources in pointless regulatory pursuits. By its nature, gambling is an uncertain proposition for the player. But here’s a bet you can’t lose: If a U.S. gambling regulation is […]

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