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PokerStars has announced that it will be replacing regular heads-up cash games with its Zoom variant from tomorrow as it continues efforts to become more amateur-friendly.
The online casino at partypoker is reportedly considering re-entering 21 ‘grey-area’ markets in Europe and South America such as Brazil and Poland over the coming weeks.
The Federation Internationale De Poker Association (FiDPA) has joined forces with MainEventTravel.com to launch a new service catering specifically to those looking to travel the live poker tournament circuit.
PokerStars is set to celebrate the upcoming tenth anniversary of its flagship Sunday Million online poker tournament by offering a special $10 million prize pool.
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