08 March 2016
Pius Heinz Back To Winning Ways
German professional poker player Pius Heinz pocketed €44,814 ($49,597) in cash last week after taking down the €5,300 ($5,856) buy-in super high-roller event at the latest stop of the Eureka Poker Tour.
Baby Tartanian 8 Crowned Champ
Software developers believe that we are edging ever closer to the creation of a ‘perfect poker bot’ after Baby Tartanian 8 won the latest instalment of the Annual Computer Poker Competition.
07 March 2016
Leaderboard Campaign Now On
Video poker, roulette and blackjack players are being offered the chance to win a share of $2,000 in cash thanks to a special leaderboard competition now on at Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes.
Poker History For Ying Lin Chua
Malaysian poker player Ying Lin Chua secured a little piece of tournament history last week after taking down the largest freezeout competition ever to be held in the Asia-Pacific region.
David Shallow Triumphs In London
English professional poker player David Shallow won the main event at the London stop of the Unibet Open over the weekend to bank £62,000 ($88,426) in cash.
Living The Dream Wraps Up
Juicy Stakes and Intertops Poker have released their final video report concerning the main event at the recent Seefeld stop of the Casinos Austria Poker Tour (CAPT).
03 March 2016
Nottingham Win For Edmund Yeung
The third edition of the UK Poker Championships (UKPC) tournament series took place recently and saw Edmund Yeung walk away with its main event title and £210,000 ($296,027) in cash.
Itai Freiberger Promoted At 888
Online poker and casino operator 888 Holdings has promoted Itai Freiberger to the post of Chief Executive Officer with former boss Brian Mattingley stepping aside to become the firm’s Non-Executive Chairman.
02 March 2016
Phil Hellmuth Gets Political
American Presidential candidate Donald Trump has rarely been far from the headlines recently but the outspoken businessman has now received a mention from one of the most unlikely of sources.
Swedish Court Spares ‘Bot’ Users
An appeals court in Sweden has overturned the fraud convictions of five people that allegedly designed a poker-playing ‘bot’ before using it to win some SEK2.5 million ($290,151) on SvenskaSpel.se.