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Private Poker Coaching

Posted July 20, 2015 by Chris Wilcox

As of a couple of weeks ago I am now living full time in Las Vegas and am offering private poker coaching on a full time basis. As anyone who has ever gotten coaching from me knows, I am one of the few coaches available who puts together a custom program for each client. I […]

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WSOP Online Poker Bracelet Event New For 2015

Posted March 23, 2015 by Chris Wilcox

I have to admit I am kind of interested to see how the first ever ONLINE WSOP event turns out. As an advocate for online poker in the past, and as a person who is incredulous as to why it remains basically illegal in the US except for Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware, I am […]

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2013 Passes Without Much Progress For Online Poker In The US

Posted December 30, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

It could be argued by those that view the glass as half full, that online poker made some small strides in the US in 2013. Nevada became the first state to offer real money online poker legally in the US after passing legislation to do so back in 2011 after Black Friday. Ultimate Poker and […]

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More On Full Tilt Repayment to US Online Players

Posted October 9, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

If you haven’t heard by now, you can file your petition for remission with the Full Tilt Poker Claims Administration here:http://www.fulltiltpokerclaims.com/ It’s a fairly short form that you need to fill out and you will need to enter in the email address for your old Full Tilt Poker account. You will then get the amount […]

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Online Poker Legislation in 2013

Posted August 11, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

Even though the State of California is not looking likely to join Nevada in legalizing online poker this year, there may still be hope of getting a bill passed federally. Many were optimistic that CA would pass some legislation in 2013 with 3 bills on the table, but with the session ending to an end […]

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