18 February 2016
Six Plus Hold‘Em Hits iPoker.com
The online poker room at iPoker.com is soon set to launch games of Six Plus Hold‘Em, which is its stripped back version of the more traditional Texas hold‘em.
Dublin Win For Vladas Tamasauskas
The fifth season of the UK And Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) came to a conclusion earlier this week in Dublin with Lithuanian player Vladas Tamasauskas winning its main event for a €176,900 ($196,109) pay-day.
17 February 2016
Team Event For Next WSOP?
The 47th edition of the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) is due to kick off in late-May and may well be about to feature a team event for the first time since 1983.
Merger For Full Tilt
In a move that has been widely anticipated for some time, Full Tilt has announced that it will be merging with sister site PokerStars later in the year.
16 February 2016
Chris Moorman Triumphs Again
Chris Moorman, online poker’s leading all-time money earner, put further distance between himself and the chasing pack over the weekend after victory in the 888poker Sunday Challenge took him to over $13 million in career winnings.
Controversy In Florida
One of the most popular poker rooms in the American state of Florida has been charged by authorities with eleven offences following complaints from a group of players that included professional grinder TJ Shulman.
15 February 2016
Mustapha Kanit Wins In Dublin
Italian poker player Mustapha Kanit won the €25,750 ($28,792) buy-in high-roller event at the Dublin stop of the European Poker Tour (EPT) on Sunday evening to bank €501,640 ($560,863) in cash.
Max Silver Releases SnapShove
Professional poker player Max Silver has just launched an app for all those who have ever struggled to zero in on the correct range of hands to shove with while deep in a no-limit hold‘em tournament.
12 February 2016
PokerStars Test Launches Duel
Online poker giant PokerStars has begun a limited beta test of its new Duel heads-up app for users of mobile devices.
Main Event Success For Lubys Zanas
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.