U.S. online poker tournament players would be wise to mark Sunday, November 9 on their calendars as the Carbon Poker OPS will get underway.
Here you find the latest online poker news.
A California tribe that has repeatedly announced its intentions to launch an online poker site in advance of legislative approval claims the roll out is coming.
November is a big month for Full Flush Poker and the U.S.-friendly poker room is treating its loyal customers to an awesome reload bonus.
Following the rip-roaring success of the Winning Poker Network’s (WPN) inaugural debut of “The Cage” last month, a Pot-Limit Omaha game is scheduled.
Nevada and Delaware ipoker revenue figures have been released for September and show that a kickstart in player traffic is sorely needed.
An additional 32 seats are now available to be won in satellite tournaments at Americas Cardroom (ACR) for the $1 million guaranteed Winning Millions.
Online poker players in California who have tired of waiting for the state’s gaming interests to find common ground can rejoice in some good news.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has once again called for state officials to convene and discuss matters pertaining to Atlantic City gaming.
The Real Gaming online poker website in Nevada has lost its “soft launch” label and is expected to perhaps compete on a par with its rivals.
The projected closing date of November 13 for the Trump Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City has been postponed at least until December.