Bodog to Offer the Equivalent of TV Poker With Hole Cards
Bodog now has a feature that allows you to request the hole
cards of players at your table 24 hours after a hand is
completed. The company decided to do this to address the concerns of
players regarding collusion. However, I like the statement
that they made regarding the new feature. Bodog said that, "Once all the noise of whining poker 'pros'
who could no longer use software allowing access to data on
how you play your game against Bodog players died down the
only credible complaint was the threat of collusion,"
Collusion in Poker,
Online Hole Cards
Poker Backers Should Be More Like Auction Hunters
Recently, I have begun to take part in local auctions. At
these auctions, I have come across numerous interesting
finds and have picked up various antiques and treasures that
can either make me a few bucks or will be something I can
hold onto to gain future value. Part of my ability to find these items is based on knowledge
of the products and then acting according to that knowledge. After attending a few of these auctions, I started trying to
make parallels between auctions and poker.
backing in poker,
backing poker players,
Ray Bitar Apologies as Poker World Collectively Flips Him the Bird
Earlier today PokerStrategy. com released an interview
conducted with the Full Tilt press release writer. Oh wait.
Ray Bitar Apology,
Epic Poker League Files For Bankruptcy - Cue Negreanu "I Told You So" Blog
Federated Sports and Gaming announced today that they filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the end of the day on Tuesday. Cue Daniel Negreanu's "I told you so" video blog. No, he hasn't made one.
Epic Poker League
Bodog Indicted - Are We Surprised?
By now, most of you know that Bodog. com and its founder
Calvin Ayre was indicted as well as three other defendants. This indictment didn't really shock or surprise me, or
really anyone that has followed online poker's legal battle
since last year. The real surprise comes in the fact that it took them 10
months to file this indictment.
Calvin Ayre Indictment,
What Was Doyle Thinking?
I'd really like to know what Doyle Brunson is thinking. I'm sure that many of you by now have read Doyle's recent
Blog post but for those of you that haven't, he essentially
says while Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson made "terrible
mistakes," he doesn't hold any ill-will towards them and
thinks they should be welcomed back into the poker
community. The fact that Doyle comes out supporting his friends doesn't
surprise me. The fact he's doing so now during a time where
he should almost expect to take major heat for his words
Full Tilt Poker,
Drew McIlvain Can Only Blame Himself for Chip Dumping Incident
Drew McIlvain was recently kicked out of the Tunica WSOP
Circuit Main Event for collusion in chip dumping from
another player. Â An interview with him and WSOP VP of
Corporate Communications Seth Palansky is currently featured
over at PokerNews. com with McIlvain giving his side of the
story and Palansky explaining why they took action. The skinny of the article is as follows:
A player suggested dumping his stack to McIlvain
McIlvain never said no and continued to talk with him at
length about it.
Tunica WSOP Circuit,
WSOP Circuit Tunica
Jonathan Duhamel's Bracelet Returned - Or Rather What's Left of It
Well, there is good news and bad news in the Jonathan
Duhamel home invasion case. The good news is that his 2010 WSOP Main Event bracelet has
been recovered. The bad news is that it looks like this:
Here is the shot of the back:
My first reaction at seeing this was "Oh, no. That sucks
2010 WSOP Main Event,
2010 WSOP Main Event bracelet,
Jonathan Duhamel home invasion
February Redhead of the Month - Epic Fail Redhead
I was contacted a couple of weeks ago by someone that wanted
to be my redhead of the month. While she looked to be a bottle red, she offered to do a
video, so I jumped at it. What I got.
Epic Fail Redhead,
Redhead of the Month
Washington DC Repeals Online Gaming Law - I Told You So
I told you so. On April 14th, 2011, I posted a blog regarding the Lottery
Modernization Act of 2010 becoming law in Washington D. C. Shari Gellar of Poker Player Newspaper pointed out that
there were still several legal hurdles to clear, but she
felt that games would be available in 2012.
I Told You So,
Washington DC Online Gambling Bill,
Washington DC Online Gambling Bill Repeal,
Washington DC Online Poker