POKER NEWS

26 February 2016

WPT Win For David Ormsby
WPT Win For David Ormsby

Canadian poker player David Ormsby outlasted 422 others on Wednesday evening to claim his first World Poker Tour (WPT) title and CAD$383,407 ($289,999) in cash.

PokerStars Sets US Return Date
PokerStars Sets US Return Date

Bringing to an end its four-year absence from the online poker market in the United States, PokerStars has revealed that it will open a regulated domain for players in New Jersey from March 21.

CAPT Seefeld Coverage Begins
CAPT Seefeld Coverage Begins

Juicy Stakes and Intertops Poker have premiered their first video report concerning the Seefeld stop of the Casinos Austria Poker Tour (CAPT).

25 February 2016

Winamax Launches Hit & Run
Winamax Launches Hit & Run

France-facing online poker domain Winamax has launched a new form of satellite qualifier that is designed to get players involved in more hands.

Zynga Selling Headquarters
Zynga Selling Headquarters

Free-play online poker provider Zynga has put its headquarters in San Francisco, California, up for sale as it continues to downsize following a failed attempt to expand into real-money gaming.

24 February 2016

WSOP Releases Final Schedule
WSOP Releases Final Schedule

After releasing a preliminary schedule in December, the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) has published its definitive programme for the 2016 Las Vegas extravaganza.

Kara Scott Joins 888poker
Kara Scott Joins 888poker

Canadian poker reporter and television host Kara Scott has penned a deal to become the latest ambassador for 888poker.

23 February 2016

Newcastle Success For Nathan Farnaby
Newcastle Success For Nathan Farnaby

The latest leg of the Grand Prix Poker Tour took place over the weekend and saw British competitor Nathan Farnaby transform his $109 buy-in into a $35,000 pay-day.

Stars Poker Room Raided
Stars Poker Room Raided

The Stars Poker Room in Bangalore, India, which only opened in late-January, has had to cancel its inaugural poker tournament after being raided by local police.

22 February 2016

Dzmitry Urbanovich Dazzles In Dublin
Dzmitry Urbanovich Dazzles In Dublin

The Dublin stop of the European Poker Tour (EPT) finished over the weekend with Polish phenom Dzmitry Urbanovich winning its €5,300 ($5,926) buy-in main event to pocket €561,900 ($619,798).