Poker players located outside of the U.S. have been playing for less guaranteed prize pool money of late on sites such as Full Tilt and Partypoker.
Here you find the latest online poker news.
Over the next few days, a few UIGEA-related headlines will start to appear in the poker press; but there is no need for players to be concerned.
U.S. online poker players who have been waiting and hoping for PokerStars to be allowed into their country got their wish – sort of.
The fate of the Revel Casino in Atlantic City remains unknown despite its acquisition earlier this year by real estate developer Glenn Straub.
Intertops Poker is offering players a 200% reload bonus this weekend to coincide with an event in which you could win a $4,000 package to the CPT Punta Cana
The online poker industry is in a tailspin with regard to player traffic, recording its seventh straight week of decreased action on the cash tables.
While much of the poker world is currently focused on the WSOP in Las Vegas, there has been progress in regulated online poker in California.
A new month means a new POP rake race at Full Flush Poker, and there is $5,000 up for grabs over the next fifteen days for players in five different categories.
The regulated igaming industry in the U.S. has seen improvement in the acceptance of credit card deposits by banks processing the transactions of players.
Americas Cardroom has produced another innovative promotion – giving players the chance to win a seat in the WSOP Main Event by playing Jackpot Poker.