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My New NO BS GUIDE Texas Holdem Book!

Posted November 27, 2012 by Chris Wilcox

Please check out my fundraising campaign at  INTERNET POKER COACH NEW NO BS GUIDE! I need your support to fund my new book, The No BS Guide to No Limit Texas Holdem Vol II

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Poker Legislation

New PPA Updates on the Fight for Legalized Online Poker

Posted December 9, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Weekly Update from Rich Muny, VP of Player Relations Online poker advocates are clearly being heard on Capitol Hill. I thank every one of you for making that happen. Without our actions and determination, those who would ban online poker could have succeeded in their efforts to convince lawmakers that Americans want government bans on […]

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Latest Full Tilt Poker Paying Back Players News

Posted November 3, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Laurent Tapie, CEO of Groupe Bernard Tapie (GBT) – the company seeking to take over Full Tilt Poker – has confirmed that a deal reportedly struck between representatives of GBT and the US Department of Justice to repay ex-players of the suspended online poker site should be confirmed within two weeks. Speaking in an interview […]

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Ultimate And Absolute Poker Paying Back Players?

Posted October 31, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

This could be a little bit of good news for online poker players who have money stuck in UB and Absolute. An announcement released by the Kahwanake Gaming Commission has raised hopes that Ultimate Bet and Absolute Poker could be paying some of the money back owed to players after their effective shutdown on Black […]

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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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