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Online poker giant PokerStars has begun a limited beta test of its new Duel heads-up app for users of mobile devices.
The National London stop of the World Poker Tour (WPT) drew to a close earlier this week with Lubys Zanas winning its main event title and £21,500 ($31,254) in cash.
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.
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